‘When she gets randy, her extra finger comes in handy’

By Ivor Traktor, Farming Correspondent (intern)

A man with a banjo has created a music video to offer useful advice about dating Fenland women.

With his band, the Ouse Valley Singles Club, he says it is difficult to understand the speech of a woman from Wisbech, but that “when she gets randy, her extra finger comes in handy”.

The video, shown below, portrays life in rural Cambridgeshire very accurately, and confirms how closely related they must be to people from Norfolk.

You’ll enjoy this if you like country music or a ukulele band.

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