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May 10, 2013

VILLAGE OF THE WEEK

Unfortunately our strict policy prohibits us from presenting the Village of the Week.

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)

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Isn't beaver taco a little redundant?

Okay so comment went to the worng thread, d'oh!
?8-P

Definition of happiness, right there.

Judging by the pics I'd say it's Icedwang

Works.

Well, I'm a standing on a corner in Wetwang,Arizona
and such a fine sight to see.

"The great fire of Wetwang" I hear they have shots for that now.

Desk sergeant "Wetwang Police department, how may I help you?"

Bwhahahaah!

It doesn't help that their police HQ is located on Stickywilly Circle.

Is there a Dryholeshire nearby ?

No, but Wetwang butts up against Tallywacker Downs.

Wetwang also appears on JRR Tolkein's map of Middle-Earth, but there it's a large swamp.

We twang ??

Did you know VERY RABAD is an anagram of DAVE BARRY. I immediately saw this as I have 20/20 Anagramatical Dyspepsia, this is a vision syndrome (which I just made up)

The official Wikipedia explanation for being 'Very Rabad' is suffering in an advanced state of Rabies exacerbated by being bitten by Dave Barry.

Rob Lear

I might be confused but didn't they invent that fun prank where you lick your finger and stick it in somebody's ear?

What Hillary Clinton really said was "It takes a Wetwang." And she wasn't talking about raising kids either.

There are 4 anagrams for Wetwang. One of them is Wag Newt.

The Village Pond ... is home to several families of ducks and the occasional pair of geese. At the end of the pond there is a secluded seat where you can while away the hours watching nature.

Or you can visit the drying paint museum.

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