pinder, 29, appears to be nonplussed, telling the website, “The shoot is meant to be fun and very tongue-in-cheek.”
There is a parody upon the same ballad in the "pinder of Wakefield" (London, 1621).
"That's just reet," said pinder, when his wife bote hur tung i' two!
“Billy,” as the gentleman was ordinarily called, occupied the position of pinder for a score of years.
After a short but sharp contest, the kite fell suddenly to the earth, not far from Mr. pinder.
pinder, the man in charge of the pound or pinfold, was the name of a famous wicket-keeper of the last century.