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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Der Kaiser, Mar 18, 2017.
Whatever my language abilites, I'm more than financially stable and not many people can say that
Not many would want to. Well the literate ones anyway.
What's your problem dude...Stop being such a bitter little man.
Just over celebrating with my colleagues on what was a great victory. We expected a huge loss such is the greatness of England but the Irish would have none of it.
The Guinness is going down a treat too guise. Analysing the game and we all came out with the same conclusion...
3 cheers for the red white and blue please
Not too much on the wireless this morning about the impromptu test match against the All Blacks!
British lions tour of NZ is coming up soon.
So Ireland won the poofball.
I'm sure someone somewhere gives a ****
But overall England were the biggest poofs and won poofball tournament
At least they know the difference between Yanks and Canadians , which seems to be a problem for The English . Also , that was amazing ..........you managed a lengthy conversation .. Also , when the Story of " David vs Goliath " was made famous ....... it wasn't because of Goliath, IRELAND kicked ass , done dealy .
Stevenage next to Luton in the league, that's a tasty derby though Luton's true local rivals are of course Hitchin Town.
What the **** you dribbling on about.
Stevenage vs Barnet used to be considered a bit of a spicy Herts derby.
Swaffham v Long Stratton is also pretty tasty by all accounts.
Bowls or croquet?
Thing is: all the glory hunters like to attach themselves to one side or other in the "top derbies", there are even ****S in the UK who "support" Barcelona or Real Madrid for example, yet the real derbies are the ones local to where you live against people down the road.
^^^still seething the last 2 posters,New Zealand press take a different view,
Writing in the New Zealand Herald, Chris Rattue says it is Ireland, rather than “stilted” and “overrated” England, who can claim to be the second best side in the world.
“As almost always happens to England under pressure, they lose the ability to pass the ball smartly,” writes Rattue. “England were wrecking balls in chains. A lot of them looked like overstuffed plastic shopping bags in desperate need of a trolley.”
“England – with one victory in the last 15 Tests against New Zealand – are light years away from living up to the hype,” he continued.
“England aren’t even the second best team in the world, despite what the primitive ranking system claims. Ireland, under the astute coaching of Joe Schmidt, deserve that respect.”
ps Barca v Real Madrid is not a derby
oh dear, the globe falling apart faster than englands world record dreams