Small very nice modern village on the edge of the Brecon beacons in wales, fantastic countryside, nearest other village cefn Coed y cymmer approx 2 miles.
cefn is where the local trefechan people have to go foe a beer in the three pubs and clubs they have there.
the main towns in the area are Aberdare, merthyr, and Brecon
A town found in the South of Wales. It has a population of about 30,000 and was once the largest town in country.
Enough of that boring stuff, it's home to the most beautiful accent and the people there are really nice. Also some of the front men from the best bands (in my opinion) hail from this town
Examples of people from Merthyr Tydfil:
Sean Smith - The Blackout
Gavin Butler - The Blackout
Ian Watkins - Lostprophets
|3.||Merthyr defence, The|
A legal defence to accusations of theft, popular in the somewhat down-at-heel South Wales Valleys town.
The defence consists of 'It wasn't nailed down, your honour.'
'I drank one of Rob's bottles of wine. I intend to use the Merthyr defence - wasn't nailed down, was it?
A plastic carrier bag, usually from Kwik Save, which can be found blowing around the valleys of South Wales on a windy day.
Dai, is that a Merthyr Tumbleweed blowing around the pub car park?
Hanging mess is a way to describe someone who looks very ugly. This term is usually used in South Wales, Merthyr Tydfil. It can also be used to describe what you look like with a hangover.
Pretty Girl: (looks at an ugly girl and says) That girl is a hanging mess.
After a hangover...
Boy: How are you?
Boy2: I'm a hanging mess
|6.||sound as a pound|
Welsh valleys slang, believed to either have originated from, or given rise to, the 'can of lager/alcopop for £1 until 7pm' promotion that Merthyr's former premier nitespot The Zone used to run. Now means much the same as sound and safe in the complimentary 'cool' sense, expressing one's admiration for another individual/thing.
'That guy's sound as a pound, mun'
A crap nightclub in a provincial town.
'The Zone is Merthyr's Premier NiteSpot!!!!'