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  • When I was a lad we lived in a little village in Devon called Crapstone, and I yearned to move so that my school-mates would stop teasing me about it.

    England Made Them

  • "Crapstone," though it is unclear what that meaning is. - Home Page

  • "Crapstone," the neighbor said forthrightly, Mr. Pearce related, whereupon the person on the other end of the telephone repeated it to his co-workers and burst out laughing.

    Andrea Harner

  • No Snickering: That Road Sign Means Something Else about a place called "Crapstone" England.

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  • In the scale of embarrassing place names, Crapstone ranks pretty high.

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  • The people in Crapstone have not had similar problems, although their sign is periodically stolen by word-loving merrymakers. - Home Page

  • Jacqui Anderson, a doctor in Crapstone who used to live in a village called Horrabridge, which has its own issues, said she no longer deals with the "crap" in "Crapstone." - Home Page

  • And their village became a stock joke a few years ago, when a television commercial featuring a prone-to-swearing soccer player named Vinnie Jones showed the athlete's automobile breaking down just under the Crapstone sign. - Home Page

  • "I say: 'It's spelled crap, as in crap,'" explained Pearce, 61, who has lived for decades in Crapstone, a one-shop country village in Devon. - Home Page

  • "I say, 'It's spelled" crap, "as in crap, '" said Mr. Pearce, 61, who has lived in Crapstone, a one-shop country village in Devon, for decades.

    Andrea Harner


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  • A village in Devon, England.

    November 16, 2009