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Definition funny of Hawick:
A place below that of Hell, damnation or purgatory. The human mind cannot comprehend the atrocity of Hawick. Mythical legends claim that Neds, inbreeding and creatures called "rugby bufters" created this abomination. Other myths claim one named "The Cornet" rode into hawick on a horse and said "Safe Oot Safe In" and these words caused such a cataclysmic effect due their unbelievable meaninglessness and feelings of idiocy that the place became damned!
1. You're doomed if you go to Hawick 2. Hawick is horrific! 3. "A day out of Hawick is a day wasted" (local ironic joke)
Songs about Hawick:
16/ We Are The Heart of Hawick (Bonus Track 2) by The Glg Band from the Album Staying's Not An Option
Border Marches: Hawick, Queen of the Border - Rose of Allandale - Four Hundred Horsemen by Bill Douglas and his Scottish Dance Band from the Album Lilt o' Scotland
Border Marches: Hawick, Queen of the Border / Rose of Allandale / Four Hundred Horsemen by Bill Douglas and his Scottish Dance Band from the Album Ceilidh Classics, Vol. 2
Border Marches: Hawick, Queen of the Border / Rose of Allandale / Four Hundred Horsemen by Bill Douglas and his Scottish Dance Band from the Album Ceilidh in the Village Hall
The Grand March: Hawick, Queen of the Border - Rose of Allandale - Four Hunderd Horsemen. by Bill Douglas Band from the Album Scottish Collection
The Grand March: Hawick, Queen of the Border / Rose of Allandale / Four Hundred Horsemen by Bill Douglas Band from the Album Highland Schottische: The Best of the Best Scottish Ceilidh Music, Vol. 8
I Like Old Hawick the Best by Nan Scott from the Album Borders: Songs and Dances of the Scottish-English Border
Books about Hawick:
Hawick: A History from Earliest Times by Alistair Moffat (Oct 1, 2014)
Pringle of Scotland by Hugh Barty-King (Mar 23, 2007)
Hawick Through Time by Alastair Redpath (Jun 23, 2014)
Hawick: Webster's Timeline History, 1514 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Hawick and Its Old Memories: With Appendix; Containing Biographical Sketches (Classic Reprint) by James Wilson (Jul 1, 2012)
Hawick's annual festival, and other verses by J. Cumming. Goodfellow (Jan 1, 1911)
"ALL THESE FINE FELLOWS" Hawick & District and the Great War 1914 - 1918 by Derek Robertson (Nov 13, 2013)
Wiki information Hawick:
Hawick is a town in the Scottish Borders council area and historic county of Roxburghshire in the east Southern Uplands of Scotland. It is 10.0 miles south-west of Jedburgh and 8.9 miles south-southeast of Selkirk. It is one of the farthest towns...
Hawick Rugby Football Club is an amateur rugby union side, currently playing in the Premiership Division One and Border League. The team are based at Mansfield Park at Hawick in the Scottish Borders. Hawick RFC are one of the most famous rugby clubs...