Carrot crunchers are the country bumpkins from the little Hampshire farming community of Portsmouth. They are also known as Worzels.
Ize a wurzelling carrot cruncher from Portsmouth, ize is.
A wurzel is a farming bumpkin from the little Hampshire village of Portsmouth.
A straw-chewing wurzel: Ize a right pompey dinlo ize is.
Bumpkins are residents of the small country town of Portsmouth in Hampshire. They dress like scarecrows and speak with a quaint rural dialect, using Romany words like dinlo and shant. These poor simpletons are also know as carrot crunchers or worzels.
Look at that pathetic bell-ringing bumpkin in the long blue wig.
Dinlow, or dinlo, is the Romany word for an idiot or fool. It has also been incorporated in the rural dialects of some farming communities, such as Portsmouth in Hampshire, where there is a large gypsy population.
A worzel overheard talking in a Portsmouth inn: "I are a right dinlow when I bin shanting."
Portsmouth is a small farming town in Hampshire. The locals dress like scarecrows, speak in a strange Romany-influenced rural dialect, and are known as worzels or carrot crunchers.
Portsmouth is where the carrot-crunching worzels live, oohhh arrrhh.