Monday, 5 May 2014

Crap Map UK


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  1. Pies, Rust, Rain, Yet More Rain?

    I suspect it's Pies!

    Who ate all the Pies?

    Not Mitzi...

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    1. I suspect it was the poison dwarves.

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    2. I live in the Geoffrey Boycott area near the coast. No pies for Mitzi.

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    3. The fat lasses from Rust have eaten all the pies!

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  2. Are they Fray Bentos pies?

    Shouldn't the entire kingdom be labelled "Crazy accents?"

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    1. Probably Greggs pies, they can't get enough of them in wakefield lots of piesexuals that live there!

      The colour of that area named "crazy accents" should give you a clue as to why. * shudders*

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  3. My ancestors are from the "Sheep" and "Cider" areas, which probably explains a lot.

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    1. I like the sheep and cider areas, less populated. Did you know the area of New Zealand is 103,483 square miles with a population of 4.4 million. The UK is a mere 94,060 square miles with the population of 64 million. Someone in your family's past had the good sense to leave.

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  4. I'm sorry to have to ask, but which one is your area? Or, if you prefer, your patch?

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    1. My patch is Geoffrey Boycott in yellow, I know, but somebody has to live there.

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    2. I had to Google "Geoffrey Boycott."

      Obviously there is a gap in my education.

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    3. I had to Google Geoffrey Boycott too, I always thought he was a jockey!

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  5. Hello Mitzi:

    We are not overly impressed to find that we are living when in the British Isles in 'Old People'. Even neighbouring 'Golf Courses', and how dreadful is that, seems marginally, albeit marginally, better,

    Knowing all of this is not a good way to start the day!!

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    1. They have definitely mixed up East and West Sussex or perhaps the creator of this map was trying to be ironic. I'm sure the old folk at Bexhill, Hastings and Eastbourne will be thrilled to bits with the title of 'Hipsters' as they go riding up and down the prom on their mobility scooters, flashing their Nye Bevans to passers-by.

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  6. I live in Cider... they should have called it Cow Pat.
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  7. I've lived in Sheep. Now I want to live in Cider instead of Tories.x

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  8. Your map is brilliant. Although you forgot the Lesbians of Lincolnshire.

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  9. Are you off cruising somewhere? Too much cider?
    Sx

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