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Definition funny of Sooke:
The other ghetto on Vancouver island, besides esquimalt. Sooke inhabits some of the hottest guys and the sluttiest girls. Sooke is also known for it's large number of pot heads.
Girl: wow! That guy over there is soo hot! Girl #2: he must be from sooke!
Songs about Sooke:
Sooke Hey Hey (1) by Al Siegel's Orchestra from the Album Early Chicago Jazz Vol. 1 1923-1925
Sooke Hey Hey (2) by Al Siegel's Orchestra from the Album Early Chicago Jazz Vol. 1 1923-1925
Sooke Hiway by Gord Phillips from the Album Looking Glass
Sooke River by Four Chords of Wood from the Album Stokin' the Fire
Books about Sooke:
A Dreamspeaker Cruising Guide: Gulf Islands and Vancouver Island Sooke to Nanaimo (Paperback) by Anne & Lawrence Yeadon-Jones (1998)
Art of Sooke Harbour House, Featuring Recipes Inspired By the Art by Frederique Philip (2003)
Secret Lakes of Southern Vancouver Island: Exploring the recreation, nature and history of 25 lakes from Saanich... by Adam Ungstad (Jun 26, 2012)
Dreamspeaker Cruising Guide Series: The Gulf Islands & Vancouver Island, New, Revised Third Edition: Victoria... by Anne Yeadon-Jones and Laurence Yeadon-Jones (Oct 13, 2010)
Dreamspeaker Cruising Guide Series: The Gulf Islands & Vancouver Island: Victoria & Sooke to Nanaimo, Volume 1... by Anne Yeadon-Jones and Laurence Yeadon-Jones (Mar 10, 2006)
Sooke and Duncan map-areas, Vancouver Island, by C. H. Cooke, Harold Caswell, Clapp (1917)
SOOKE AND DUNCAN MAP-AREAS, VANCOUVER ISLAND (1917) Canada Department of Mines, Memoir 96, No. 80 Geological Series... by C. H . Clapp (1917)
Wiki information Sooke:
Sooke is a district municipality situated on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Canada. About a 45 minute drive from the city of Victoria, Sooke is considered the westernmost of the Greater Victoria region's "Western Communities." It is situated...
Alastair Sooke is an art critic and broadcaster, most notable for writing and presenting documentaries on art and art history for BBC television and radio. He is currently deputy art critic of The Daily Telegraph, after joining as a trainee...