Historically, a Janner is someone who lived by the sea. In naval terms it transcended to someone from the Westcountry, specifically Plymouth.

Nowadays it has come to symbolise the common man of Plymouth, the local, the pasty-munching, Argyle-supporting inbred.

2 Responses to Janners*

  1. Kevin Brandt says:

    Where exactly are you from?

    A pointless pathetic website. I could go on, but can’t be bothered to waste my time…..

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