Tuesday, September 24, 2013 10:14:10 AM
@QueenZira: London. "Unfordable River Town" has since been reclassified: "Unaffordable River Town". "Swampy Hole" is not far from the truth; it's still a sith-hole.
Monday, September 23, 2013 2:03:41 PM
LordJim, It was a good one, once I was able to fill in the missing info. I'm always willing to learn something new, particularly when I`m not from around thereabouts.
Byfield I thought Ireland was named after Eriu, a local tribal goddess in the native tongue. Which is what makes me question the definition of "Land to the West." But your story is good too XD
Monday, September 23, 2013 12:46:49 PM
You know what Ireland used to be called? Hibernia. Which means 'Wintry`. The romans went there, decided it was pooe, left and effectively called it `pooehole`. Ireland used to be named `Winter hellhole`.