People of norfolk

#1
I work with a female civi who has tried to tell me seriously that people from Norfolk are called Norfucklians. Now i know this not to be true, can you help with desciptors of other people from other counties/ countries and what are people from norfolk really called?
 
#2
I know them as coneheads ,but open for other suggestions!!!
 
#3
thickasabrick said:
I work with a female civi who has tried to tell me seriously that people from Norfolk are called Norfucklians. Now i know this not to be true, can you help with desciptors of other people from other counties/ countries and what are people from norfolk really called?[/quote]

Inbred, hick, 6 toed, kid f ucking, rednecked, carrot crunching, c-unt bubbles.

Hope this helps.
 
#4
NFN - normal for Norfolk...

I am a Berkshire Boar by birth...sadly some would say by conversation too...
 
#5
Personally I have Norfolking idea.
:)
 
#7
shortfuse said:
Inbred, hick, 6 toed, kid f ucking, rednecked, carrot crunching, c-unt bubbles.

Hope this helps.
Oorrfff ,shorty i hope that's you doing your discomania on a saturday night in that pic? :D
 

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#8
I believe the officially recognised term is 'Perverts'.
 
#9
Officially People from Norfolk are called Nor-Folk [northfolk] but generally any variation of the 'Tractor-driving-bogheaded-inbred-fcuktards' theme is deemed acceptable and more likely to get their attention.
 

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#11
I'm just going for a drive, up past Thetford way!
 
#12
'Defendent', 'two-tone pointy head', the list is probably endless!

I think it was Jasper Carrott who once said 'the people of Norfolk are actually looking forward to global warming, it means they can use their webbed feet.....'
 
#13
Normal for Norfolk seems pretty accurate , anti social , inbred, tree lickers...they still burn witches down here at the weekend, and if you're into late 70's fashion / surf wear , you'll be in heaven....the funny thing is no one will admit to being a Norfolkian ,if you ask them they'll all Londoners who moved with their parents when they were 3 months old......and the accent is pure retard
 
#14
I agree with TTT, I have no choice in living here. Parents are from London and I was the first born here.

Most (not all) of the locals are completely anti-social, the place is completely backward and the accent around here to me sounds like someone scraping nails down a blackboard.

The town I live in was found to be on par with Royston Vasey when the League of Gentlemen blokes ran a poll, something to do with it being the most unfriendly town in England.

Lovely scenery just a shame about the locals. Can't wait to move back to London.
 
#15
Oi'm frarm Narfock und there ain nuffin rong with me, boi. 8O :?

Wasn't born here :wink: but lived here since I was five, apart from when I was in the forces. The yocals are pretty weird and Yarmouth and Thetford are full of imigrant workers/asylum seekers. As I'm a telephone engineer I get around, and you get funny looks of people wondering what your doing in "their" village. Brother and sister combo's too; no joke.

Just as well that the powers that be are letting half of North Norfolk fall into the sea over the next 20 years. I'll be long gone by then, off throwing some shrimps onto the barbie.
 
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#17
Found this on the web:
'In England and Wales the Mental Health Act 1983 defines "mental impairment" and "severe mental impairment" as "a state of arrested or incomplete development of mind which includes significant/severe impairment of intelligence and social functioning and is associated with abnormally aggressive or seriously irresponsible conduct on the part of the person concerned."[4] As behavior is involved, these are not necessarily permanent conditions: they are defined for the purpose of authorising detention in hospital or guardianship. However, English statute law uses "mental impairment" elsewhere in a less well-defined manner—e.g. to allow exemption from taxes—implying that mental retardation without any behavioural problems is what is meant. Mental Impairment is scheduled to be removed from the Act when it is amended in 2008 and replaced with the term 'From Norfolk'.
 
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#19
FatBoyGeorge said:
Oi'm frarm Narfock und there ain nuffin rong with me, boi. 8O :?

Wasn't born here :wink: but lived here since I was five, apart from when I was in the forces. The yocals are pretty weird and Yarmouth and Thetford are full of imigrant workers/asylum seekers. As I'm a telephone engineer I get around, and you get funny looks of people wondering what your doing in "their" village. Brother and sister combo's too; no joke.

Just as well that the powers that be are letting half of North Norfolk fall into the sea over the next 20 years. I'll be long gone by then, off throwing some shrimps onto the barbie.
Think yourself lucky you don't have to go out west...! They may be bad where you are, but every pub around here goes dead as soon as an "outsider" walks in. Should you not speak with the worst of Norfolk accents you then get 20 questions at the bar from the nearest fuckwit.

Could be worse could live in Lincolnshire (or Wisbech!). :D
 

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#20
Let's not forget, Nelson was from Norfolk, although he was born in Middlesborough........................ok, forget him!

I believe the celebrated author of popular westerns, J.T. Edson was from norfolk, and was actually a rotund postman.

Has some nice Broads though.
 

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