The single word used to describe a person who originated from the city of Leicester, East Midlands, UK.

Proper "Leicesterites" have a very unique accent where spoken words nearly always end with "arr" or "ahh";
see also: monsellite, braunite and shiltonite - all derivatives of leicesterite

Very oftenly the words grammar and punctuation mean nothing, and spelling is seen as something you learn at university
"i'm from Lestdarr"
"'ow uh yarr"
"wot yu fukkin lukkin at yahh wankarr"
Beküldő: Adey 2004. augusztus 9.
A Leicesterite, by enlarge, is a chav or a paki. They wear babies and pyjamas, respectively and they make their livings down the Job Centre or the Hand Car Wash.

A Leicesterite who is not from chav or paki bloodline will most likely be from Oadby or Stoneygate. Unless they are one of the many, many other immigrants.
David Attenbourgh needs to bring his cameras down Lesta and capture the Leicesterite in its pure exotic, filthy form.

The Elephant Man would be well proud of what the Leicesterite has become.

Lesta is well good cos all the Leicesterites are pure good mates, don't matter if they black, white, yellow or brown. No word of a lie, we celebrate Eid, Xmas, Caribbean Carnival and Diwali all together.
Beküldő: General Hot 2011. augusztus 29.

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