You and BtB are indeed top class wind up merchants. The two of you have a good sense of humour too. Indeed, the two of you could be mistaken for Nationalists.I can only think of one better thread starter on this site.
Answers on a postcard to
Death or Glory,
thread starter extraordinaire.
Translation: I bit and am too dumb to realise I bit...Clicked on this only to see whether it was bridget or the DOG fella.....
The unionist community must be very proud of them as they strive to start the biggest number of trolling threads.....
Masturbating in the conventional fashion is a more pleasurable way of passing the time, lads.....goes without saying that you won't heed advice from a shinner, but you'd want to find a hobby...any hobby....because this isn't productive...
I don't think he said anything.What was he saying in that post that I replied to? Riddle me that.
Exactly...No one respects cowards, he considers the Provies cowards for going for the Peace Process. Which means that he respects the physical force Republicans for having nothing to do with it.I don't think he said anything.
It was a picture of a man hiding in a box holding up a white flag.
After giving it a great deal of consideration,
me thinks he was suggesting that the cowards in the RA surrendered.
No you are extrapolating something that isn't there and well you know it.Exactly...No one respects cowards, he considers the Provies cowards for going for the Peace Process. Which means that he respects the physical force Republicans for having nothing to do with it.
I don't mind those planters having a day out but I'm disappointed to see a titian topped souper there too. Goddammit if she doesn't know her tribe we're all lost. It's the end of barbarism as we know it like.The 2nd Battalion The Rifles (2 Rifles) were welcomed home from a tour of duty by HRH The Earl of Wessex and a large crowd of proud OWC citizens...
Commanding officer Lt Col Neil Belamy said it was a great honour for the regiment. The unit has recently returned from Operation SHADER in Iraq and this weekend is the perfect opportunity to come together and celebrate being a unit with our local community, he said.
Lisburn has been our home for a few years and we have been made to feel very welcomed. We have forged great relationships and the high point of this for me will be Friday when we get to parade through our home town in front of all of our friends.
Read more at: https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/in-pictures-royal-welcome-for-homecoming-troops-1-8409497
The Mayor, Councillor Tim Morrow paid tribute to the soldiers on their return home.
It was an honour to welcome the Earl to Lagan Valley Island and to Lisburn," he said.
"I was very pleased to welcome our serving troops to Lagan Valley Island following their recent return from Iraq. We of course respect their bravery, camaraderie, and dedication to duty. It is for these very reasons that it was a privilege to welcome 2 Rifles today."
I'm sure all p.iesters share moi's warm welcome home for our boys...