More British honours for Ulster folk

death or glory

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tokkie

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It's that time again when the New year honours are anounced.

Isn't it great that we have a system where people who do a lot for the community are rewarded by the British establishment.

Among those who took the soup are Eamon Holmes.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/northern-ireland-new-year-honours-list-2018-in-full-36444324.html

Isn't great that the vast majority of the CNR community can accept our British reality.
Do you have any?
 

death or glory

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Do you have any?
Not yet, but I was checking the papers this morning with anticipation.

What about you, did you get one and would you accept it if you did.
 

InsideImDancing

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Take the soup?

Fook'n knacker..
 

death or glory

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Take the soup?

Fook'n knacker..
Don't be bitter, there's always next year for you.
Would you be allowed to get a British honour for services to the GAA?
 

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Not yet, but I was checking the papers this morning with anticipation.

What about you, did you get one and would you accept it if you did.
DOG are you growing soft in your old age? Are you not furious that one of themuns got an honour while a true and Loyal son of Ulster such as yourself was passed by?
 

Niall996

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It's great that they save everyone a lot of trouble by publishing the target list.
 

death or glory

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DOG are you growing soft in your old age? Are you not furious that one of themuns got an honour while a true and Loyal son of Ulster such as yourself was passed by?
Hard as nails me. I love seeing the CNR community embrace our British identity, it means the union is secure.
 

tokkie

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Not yet, but I was checking the papers this morning with anticipation.

What about you, did you get one and would you accept it if you did.
Don't give up. There's plenty of scope and opportunity for you to get one.

You could start a GAA club for the kids of OO members. It would help with cross community relations.

You could teach grammar and literacy to Craigmore.
 

Craigmore..

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Don't give up. There's plenty of scope and opportunity for you to get one.

You could start a GAA club for the kids of OO members. It would help with cross community relations.

You could teach grammar and literacy to Craigmore.
Oh look here socially inept boy is here to tell me that I cannot hold opinions and give us a window into his mental disturbance...
 

NMunsterman

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It's that time again when the New year honours are anounced.

Isn't it great that we have a system where people who do a lot for the community are rewarded by the British establishment.

Among those who took the soup are Eamon Holmes.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/northern-ireland-new-year-honours-list-2018-in-full-36444324.html

Isn't great that the vast majority of the CNR community can accept our British reality.
The Irish Nation has already granted the right of the people in the North - as per the GFA - the right to identify as Irish or British or both.

The British minority in Ireland also voted to accept the GFA.

After the Re Unification of Ireland, our British minority in the north-eastern 6 counties of our country will be allowed to continue to identify as British as per the GFA, so no issue.
 

former wesleyan

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The Irish Nation has already granted the right of the people in the North - as per the GFA - the right to identify as Irish or British or both.

The British minority in Ireland also voted to accept the GFA.

After the Re Unification of Ireland, our British minority in the north-eastern 6 counties of our country will be allowed to continue to identify as British as per the GFA, so no issue.

Lighten up ffs !
 

vivabrigada

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Hard as nails me. I love seeing the CNR community embrace our British identity, it means the union is secure.
A late entry for comedy post of the year.
 

Boy M5

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It's that time again when the New year honours are anounced.

Isn't it great that we have a system where people who do a lot for the community are rewarded by the British establishment.

Among those who took the soup are Eamon Holmes.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/northern-ireland-new-year-honours-list-2018-in-full-36444324.html

Isn't great that the vast majority of the CNR community can accept our British reality.
In fairness, looking at the cut of him, Holmes has long taken soup, pies, chips, lard.....
 

AhNowStop

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Don't give up. There's plenty of scope and opportunity for you to get one.

You could start a GAA club for the kids of OO members. It would help with cross community relations.

You could teach grammar and literacy to Craigmore.




Lmao .... ffs Tokkie, Doggy is undoubtedly wet for a pat on the head from his real British masters but trying to educate craiggy baby is a step to far ... an impossible task surely :shock:
 


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