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Go W&G Posted: Dec 7th 2007

I definandly think he's English


Squish Posted: Feb 23rd 2008

What do you mean?!?! I think he isas English as they get! lol That's what I love about him. Always has a cup of tea!


Mark the shark Posted: Feb 23rd 2008

Of course he is.;)


gromitnhutch4ever Posted: Mar 2nd 2008

Defo English. Who else would read a magazine called 'Ay-Up'?>:-)


Wadsworth Posted: Mar 15th 2008

Bad teeth= English hehe:Djk,lol|-)


mcgraw rules Posted: Mar 25th 2008
8)

well they made him speak many languages so yes and no


Joel the pole Posted: Apr 3rd 2008

duh


Gromitt Posted: Apr 29th 2008

His is totaly English, from the sweater and bow tie, to the cups of tea, he is a totaly English guy. Can't you tell by his accent?


Fourthtry Posted: May 6th 2008

Yeah,Duh!


VincentAnimations01 Posted: May 11th 2008

He's from Lancashire in the N.W of england


Matt08 Posted: Jun 16th 2008

he's a traditional lancashire lad, he's from my home town of preston :)

That's why there's the reference to "Tom Finney" in the cracking contraptions series. Tom Finney was known as the phantom winger who played for preston north end in the 50's


gromitlove Posted: Jun 20th 2008

Who was Nobby Stiles?


Matt08 Posted: Jun 23rd 2008

according to wikipedia:

"Norbert "Nobby" Peter Stiles MBE (born Collyhurst, Manchester, 18 May 1942) is an English former football midfielder. He was the toothless midfield ballwinner of England's 1966 World Cup winning squad. Stiles, Bobby Charlton and Ian Callaghan are the only Englishmen to have won both World and European Cups."

It also says that he played for preston north end which is probably why he gets a mention:

"Years Club App (Gls)*
1960–1971 Manchester United
1971–1973 Middlesbrough
1973–1975 Preston North End"


joshua2 Posted: Jul 5th 2008

i deffenatly think he's english


Wallace Posted: Jul 13th 2008

I am from england!


spain Posted: Aug 15th 2008

of corse is english who would get his wensladyle cheese


plasjas Posted: Sep 19th 2008

nah i think he is japanese...of course he is english


gromitlove Posted: Sep 26th 2008

Thank you dear Matt08, I lost track of the thread-- now I can try to study the frames for a hint!:)


gromitlove Posted: Sep 26th 2008

I find Wallace to be such a naturally natty dude, maybe he's actually Italian! But came to Preston at a very young age... (can't you just see Gromit roll the eyes and mock-slap own forehead?)


Enigma101 Posted: Sep 27th 2008

Well what else would he be! He's a northerner and has tea all the time.


Oakes Posted: Oct 2nd 2008

u know that magazine wallace was reading ay up? well if u get the closest view u can get of it, then zoom up to the top right, it shows a picture called rude veg, and it has a carrot and two onions( u know were) honest, im not sick, im just wondering why aardman put it in?


2485 Posted: Oct 8th 2008

yes hes english


crackingtoast Posted: Dec 26th 2008

is that a trick question?
of course he's english!


iluvfluffles123 Posted: Dec 26th 2008

but hw do u no that corse i think he is english but he might nt be.


iantimothy Posted: Dec 26th 2008

when gromit trys to throw the bomb out the window, he trys to throw it over the yorkshire broder, unless there another yorkshire somewhere im geusing he lives in england


thetopbun Posted: Dec 26th 2008

Yes he is English! There settled! Although he speaks very good French in AMOLAD! Oui Oui and Bon Apetit!

Haha! Cracks me up!


iantimothy Posted: Dec 26th 2008

haha


thetopbun Posted: Dec 26th 2008

I laughed so hard then and so did my sister! She is fluent in French...


potatoes63 Posted: Dec 28th 2008

You know, the creators of Wallace and Gromit originally made Wallace to be a profound French investor. I mean he even started out with a tall black hat...


thetopbun Posted: Dec 30th 2008

Ha ha cool!


pengi502 Posted: Jan 6th 2009

According to Wikipedia , Wallace and Gromit live in Wigan.


samG Posted: Jan 11th 2009

& are certinly english they drink tea and eat crackers how more british could you get lol


ferretman Posted: Jan 14th 2009

i think wallace is english


TT the dog Posted: Jan 15th 2009

he is deffinatly English!


TT the dog Posted: Jan 15th 2009

He's from up North.




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