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Definition funny of Wese:
A white person who tries to act mexican. For those of you who don't get it; mexicans commonly call themselves ese's, white people can't call mexicans this.
Jesus: Look at Clark wearing all his mexico stuff, and listening to mexican rap, and he is white holmes. Juan: what a wese, lets jump him holmes.
Songs about Wese:
Ax Le Wese by Mehmet Çak?rkaya from the Album Keçe Were
Met My Asem En My Wese by Johan Vercuiel from the Album Dons Veertjies
Met My Asem En My Wese by Johan Vercueil from the Album Besluit Vir God Se Koninkryk
Munhu Wese by Culture Benz from the Album Best of Zimdancehall 2014, Vol. 1 (Punchline Entertainment Presents)
Vader Van Die Wese by Gene Willemse from the Album Musiek uit die Wakis
Vreemde Wese by Herman van den Berg from the Album Dit Is Wat Dit Is
Wese- Afro (Original Mix) by Hans Leip from the Album Especial.9
Books about Wese:
Unsere Muttersprache ihr Werden und ihr Wese by O Weise (1904)
Parallele Der Chemischen Theorie Und Der Volta'schen Contracttheorie Der Galvanischen Kette: Mit Besonderer Rücksicht... by Anonymous (Apr 12, 2010)
Nautical Chart No. 3506. North Sea - Germany. Die Wese, Hohe Weg Light to Bremen. From the Gernman Governent Charts... by Rear Admiral H E Purey-Cust Admiralty (1973)
The WESES Collection - a West Country Connection: Volume one by Adrian Menear (Mar 2013)
Die Grundwissenschaft. 1. Teil Das Wese
Literatuuropvattings: "wese" en "waarhede" van 'n nuwe literere teorie (Acta academica) (Afrikaans Edition) by Jan Senekal (1987)
Die historiese opvoedkunde: Oorsprong, grondstrukture, aard en wese (Manualia) (Afrikaans Edition) by I. S. J Venter (1985)
Wiki information Wese:
WESE, known as "POWER 92 JAMZ", is an urban contemporary radio station based in Guntown, Mississippi, USA, and serves Tupelo and Northeast Mississippi with an ERP of 12,000 watts. WESE is owned by URBan Radio Broadcasting.
The Weser is a river in north-western Germany. Formed at Hannoversch Münden by the confluence of the rivers Fulda and Werra, it flows through Lower Saxony, then reaching the Hanseatic-town Bremen, before emptying 50 km further north at Bremerhaven...