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cailin maith
13th March 2009, 09:37
What are ye all doing?

Mr Crosby
13th March 2009, 09:39
Taking the kids tobogganing at the snow dome.

conned tractor
13th March 2009, 09:42
Daughters 4th birthday (god time flies). Having a party at an indoor adventure type climbing frame thingy called adventure land. Its great there as they encourage the adults to go on too.

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 09:44
What are ye all doing?

Stop poking your nose over my fence, it's perfectly legal!

TheFaQQer
13th March 2009, 09:46
Saturday - lunch with my sister to celebrate my birthday.

Sunday - lunch with my sister-in-law to celebrate my birthday.

Then packing for my flight on Monday morning (assuming that the agency comes up with a reworded contract today).

cojak
13th March 2009, 09:49
House clearing...

and picking up Dad's car - I'm now the proud owner of a Skoda Fabia... :emb

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 09:53
House clearing...

and picking up Dad's car - I'm now the proud owner of a Skoda Fabia... :emb

:spel rebadged VW Polo

Moscow Mule
13th March 2009, 09:55
:spel rebadged VW Polo

Isn't that a good thing?

My old Polo is still going strong, despite being left un-tended by it's new owner in our road for 6 months.

AlfredJPruffock
13th March 2009, 09:58
Day Trpping

Got a good reason
For taking the easy way out

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 10:01
Isn't that a good thing?

My old Polo is still going strong, despite being left un-tended by it's new owner in our road for 6 months.

My point is Skoda is seen as bad whereas VAG is seen as V good.

What Car has had the Fabia small car of the year for a few years. But obviously public opinion is still that Skoda are inferior to VW/Audi by some margin, yet the car uses the same parts. Market differentiation I believe the economic term is, i.e. selling your product to several markets at different prices by implying added value or not. The public are very gulible.

Rookie
13th March 2009, 10:06
This weekend I shall mostly be.....celebrating my birthday. :banana:

Happ Birthday to TheFaQQer too! :banana:

TheFaQQer
13th March 2009, 10:20
This weekend I shall mostly be.....celebrating my birthday. :banana:

Happ Birthday to TheFaQQer too! :banana:

Thanks - we need a separate thread for it, though :)

Pogle
13th March 2009, 10:47
Birthday felicitations to all :wave:

Sat - I will be found shopping with my daughter for her Holy comnunion dress.
Sun - St Pat's day parade with in-laws, who will go on about how "its a shame there is no float from Co Wicklow" :D

also will be celebrating slight extension to May :yay:

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 10:49
Is it 32 days now?

Gonzo
13th March 2009, 10:50
Watching the India v New Zealand 50 over cricket at Eden Park on Saturday.

jmo21
13th March 2009, 11:23
Tonight, pick up my new car, then off for a curry with my better and half and my folks.

Tomorrow, off to a friends wedding.

Sunday, watching Rangers thump Celtic in the CIS cup final :smile

Churchill
13th March 2009, 11:33
Tonight - Getting pissed in Cambridge and looking for a fight!

Tomorrow - Assuming I'm not arrested I shall be packing the car and heading to Scotland for a few days of solitude and whatever.

Pickle2
13th March 2009, 11:37
Taking the bird to Madrid for tapas and rumpypumpy.

Mr Crosby
13th March 2009, 11:45
Taking the bird to Madrid for tapas and rumpypumpy.

Make sure you take a suitecase full of dosh, I was there last september got through a fortune.

Moscow Mule
13th March 2009, 11:47
Watching the India v New Zealand 50 over cricket at Eden Park on Saturday.

Have they finished knocking it down yet?

Pickle2
13th March 2009, 11:52
Make sure you take a suitecase full of dosh, I was there last september got through a fortune.

I was kinda hoping she would put out for free. :confused:

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 12:26
Tonight - Out after work.
Tomorrow - Rugby
Sunday - Beginning of the Paddys Day Festivities :D

Incognito
13th March 2009, 12:36
Sunday - At Hampden watching the mighty Rangers destroying the forces of darkness and laughing at the 'traditional Irish folk song' choir when they're all 'going home'. :)

Oh hoakey, hoakey, coakey....

oracleslave
13th March 2009, 13:04
Friday - Drinking
Saturday - Dinner date with the wife
Sunday - Friends coming to lunch

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 13:06
Diner Date with wife, wot wot

oracleslave
13th March 2009, 13:12
Diner Date with wife, wot wot

Would give you further details but the vision I have of you typing with one hand whilst furiously touching yourself is not one I need after lunch :sick

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 13:15
Shut up she's on the vinegar strokes, she says "He's not going up the OXO tower again"

oracleslave
13th March 2009, 13:16
Shut up she's on the vinegar strokes, she says "He's not going up the OXO tower again"

:laugh

minestrone
13th March 2009, 13:18
Sunday - At Hampden watching the mighty Rangers destroying the forces of darkness and laughing at the 'traditional Irish folk song' choir when they're all 'going home'. :)

Oh hoakey, hoakey, coakey....

Bigot, pure and simple. you cannot support a football team without making reference to the Catholic Mass.

Anyway, mighty rangers? Smashing up Manchester? Nazi salutes in Israel? You have won bugger all in 4 years.

I will be in the other end.

oracleslave
13th March 2009, 13:21
Get it every night from the other half.




I will be in the other end.

Foxymoron I think this is what you are after :smile

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 13:22
I think I can insert something in there

minestrone
13th March 2009, 13:23
Sunday - At Hampden watching the mighty Rangers destroying the forces of darkness and laughing at the 'traditional Irish folk song' choir when they're all 'going home'. :)

Oh hoakey, hoakey, coakey....

http://img400.imageshack.us/img400/7907/2qm0jmfoo8.jpg

Incognito
13th March 2009, 14:13
Bigot, pure and simple. you cannot support a football team without making reference to the Catholic Mass.

Anyway, mighty rangers? Smashing up Manchester? Nazi salutes in Israel? You have won bugger all in 4 years.

I will be in the other end.


You really are a tool aren't you, keep your cr@p for the likes of Kerrydale. You see what I mean about the mock offended, how anyone can equate the hoakey coakey to the catholic mass I just don't know. Instead it's idiots like you who most probably see no harm in the 'folk' songs your lot sing, but anyone else must be a bigot. You didn't happen to write a letter to the Irish embassy not that long ago did you?

Incognito
13th March 2009, 14:16
http://img400.imageshack.us/img400/7907/2qm0jmfoo8.jpg

And we can all dig photos up from the net

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00402/Celtic385_402209a.jpg

And if you're going to try and fling mud, get it right. It is a misconception that the raised hand is a Nazi salute, it's actually a reference to the red hand of Ulster you bearded chimp. Which I don't actually indulge in, sorry to disappoint your small little view of the Rangers and how we all must be some rabid Orange Lodge, Masonic, Presbyterian card carrying drum banger.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 14:25
And we can all dig photos up from the net

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00402/Celtic385_402209a.jpg

And if you're going to try and fling mud, get it right. It is a misconception that the raised hand is a Nazi salute, it's actually a reference to the red hand of Ulster you bearded chimp. Which I don't actually indulge in, sorry to disappoint your small little view of the Rangers and how we all must be some rabid Orange Lodge, Masonic, Presbyterian card carrying drum banger.

:laugh I love it when the plastic paddys scrap :rollin:

No offense boys but the scottish playing football shouldn't have anything to do with the Irish...

DaveB
13th March 2009, 14:26
And yet again another perfectly innocuous thread on CUK ends up in bitching and name calling.

:sick

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:28
And we can all dig photos up from the net

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00402/Celtic385_402209a.jpg

And if you're going to try and fling mud, get it right. It is a misconception that the raised hand is a Nazi salute, it's actually a reference to the red hand of Ulster you bearded chimp. Which I don't actually indulge in, sorry to disappoint your small little view of the Rangers and how we all must be some rabid Orange Lodge, Masonic, Presbyterian card carrying drum banger.

What's Freemasonry got to do with your little tiff? Would you care to enlighten?

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 14:28
And yet again another perfectly innocuous thread on CUK ends up in bitching and name calling.

:sick

Dave - you are in General...... it's par for the course!

Come back to TPD.... :hug:

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:29
Dave - you are in General...... it's par for the course!

Come back to TPD.... :hug:

Can I have one of those please?
(If you have any spare?):p

DaveB
13th March 2009, 14:30
Dave - you are in General...... it's par for the course!

Come back to TPD.... :hug:

Yes Maam! :D

cojak
13th March 2009, 14:30
My mother was Irish but I'm English.

No Plastic Paddying for me...

But my next cocktail will be a black velvet (my last obsessional cocktail was a bellini - it must be the champers...)

minestrone
13th March 2009, 14:32
And we can all dig photos up from the net

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00402/Celtic385_402209a.jpg

And if you're going to try and fling mud, get it right. It is a misconception that the raised hand is a Nazi salute, it's actually a reference to the red hand of Ulster you bearded chimp. Which I don't actually indulge in, sorry to disappoint your small little view of the Rangers and how we all must be some rabid Orange Lodge, Masonic, Presbyterian card carrying drum banger.

Right, you dont think giving a nazi salute in Israel is wrong.

So what is the "Oh hoakey, hoakey, coakey...." comment about?

The sad thing is that when you are down you get angry, you have not seen you team win the league in 5 years and you cannot stand it. The SKOL cup gets you excited.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 14:32
My mother was Irish but I'm English.

No Plastic Paddying for me...

But my next cocktail will be a black velvet (my last obsessional cocktail was a bellini - it must be the champers...)

CJ.... you are a nice girl.... you'd fit in in Mullys!! :yay: :yay:

cojak
13th March 2009, 14:34
Where's that?

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 14:35
Where's that?

Skanky, stinky hole... in an Alleyway just off deansgate (wear your heels!!) ... it's fabbo!!

Incognito
13th March 2009, 14:36
:laugh I love it when the plastic paddys scrap :rollin:

No offense boys but the scottish playing football shouldn't have anything to do with the Irish...

I entirely agree with you my dear. Unfortunatly the Celtic don't seem to:

http://smokebelch.files.wordpress.com/2007/08/celtic.jpg

Although they also seem to have sympathies with the Basque and PLO judging by the flags that get flown at Parkhead nowadays.

But apparently not poppies (http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_ewG4dtKAYgw/SRQVTjIBszI/AAAAAAAAANI/SqIPvpzfmIE/s400/RSNA0725A_682_642855a.jpg)??

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 14:37
Skanky, stinky hole... in an Alleyway just off deansgate (wear your heels!!) ... it's fabbo!!

should I?:eyes

minestrone
13th March 2009, 14:37
:laugh I love it when the plastic paddys scrap :rollin:

No offense boys but the scottish playing football shouldn't have anything to do with the Irish...

I agree, it's a football club to me, unlike the white supremacists in Ibrox who would not knowingly sign a Catholic for 60 years.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 14:38
What's Freemasonry got to do with your little tiff? Would you care to enlighten?

Ask Minestrone, he seems to think that the Freemasonary is an offshot of the Orange Lodge.

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:38
Skanky, stinky hole... in an Alleyway just off deansgate (wear your heels!!) ... it's fabbo!!

It's a great pub!

minestrone
13th March 2009, 14:39
Ask Minestrone, he seems to think that the Freemasonary is an offshot of the Orange Lodge.

It is in Glasgow.

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:40
Ask Minestrone, he seems to think that the Freemasonary is an offshot of the Orange Lodge.

You broached the subject. Why don't you tell us all?

It's Freemasonry btw.:wink

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:41
It is in Glasgow.

Oh no it isn't.

Panto season already, is it?

Pickle2
13th March 2009, 14:44
I agree, it's a football club to me, unlike the white supremacists in Ibrox who would not knowingly sign a Catholic for 60 years.

Honest question. Do any of you actually goto church week in, week out?

Or do you consider yourself a Catholic just because you think you are one. Or a protestant just because your dad thought he was one.

All seems bonkers to me. Its like fighting over a bit of land that no one actually wants to live on.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 14:44
I agree, it's a football club to me, unlike the white supremacists in Ibrox who would not knowingly sign a Catholic for 60 years.

Again spouting crap without researching. Read Bill Murrays book and you'll note with interest the following players:

Pat Lafferty (1886)
Tom Dunbar (1891–1892)
J. Tutty (1899–1900)
Archie Kyle (1904–1908)
Willie Kivlichan (1906–1907)
Colin Mainds (1906–1907)
Tom Murray (1907–1908)
William Brown (1912)
Joe Donnachie (circa.1914–1918)
John Jackson (1917)
Laurie Blyth (1951–1952)
Don Kitchenbrand (1955–1956)
Hugh O'Neill (1976)
John Spencer (1985–1992)

All Catholic.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 14:46
You broached the subject. Why don't you tell us all?

It's Freemasonry btw.:wink

Sorry, I stand corrected with the spelling. To note, I don't think the Freemasons are a sectarian organisation at all. Minestrone does.

minestrone
13th March 2009, 14:46
Oh no it isn't.

Panto season already, is it?

You try get a practicing Catholic into a Mason's hall in Glasgow, no feckin chance it will happen.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 14:48
Honest question. Do any of you actually goto church week in, week out?

Or do you consider yourself a Catholic just because you think you are one. Or a protestant just because your dad thought he was one.

All seems bonkers to me. Its like fighting over a bit of land that no one actually wants to live on.

I entirely agree with you mate. I was christened COS, but to me religion is all a big fairy tale and the root of a lot of the problems in this world. Last time I stepped foot in a church was about 10 years ago, but Minestrone would have me painted as this great drum banging orange man just because I support Rangers. Which in my eyes is just as bigoted as the FTP lot.

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:48
Again spouting crap without researching. Read Bill Murrays book and you'll note with interest the following players:

Pat Lafferty (1886)
Tom Dunbar (1891–1892)
J. Tutty (1899–1900)
Archie Kyle (1904–1908)
Willie Kivlichan (1906–1907)
Colin Mainds (1906–1907)
Tom Murray (1907–1908)
William Brown (1912)
Joe Donnachie (circa.1914–1918)
John Jackson (1917)
Laurie Blyth (1951–1952)
Don Kitchenbrand (1955–1956)
Hugh O'Neill (1976)
John Spencer (1985–1992)

All Catholic.

There you go!

In 106 years they've had 14 of 'em!

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 14:51
should I?:eyes

Deffo... :yay:


I agree, it's a football club to me, unlike the white supremacists in Ibrox who would not knowingly sign a Catholic for 60 years.

:)


It's a great pub!

Yes, it is...


Honest question. Do any of you actually goto church week in, week out?



Me :o

FiveTimes
13th March 2009, 14:51
tonight - taking DD2 to training.
tomorrow - <fingers crossed> watching Liverpool stuff Man U, and getting blind drunk regardless of the outcome.
sunday - doing all the things I should have done on saturday.

minestrone
13th March 2009, 14:51
Again spouting crap without researching. Read Bill Murrays book and you'll note with interest the following players:

Pat Lafferty (1886)
Tom Dunbar (1891–1892)
J. Tutty (1899–1900)
Archie Kyle (1904–1908)
Willie Kivlichan (1906–1907)
Colin Mainds (1906–1907)
Tom Murray (1907–1908)
William Brown (1912)
Joe Donnachie (circa.1914–1918)
John Jackson (1917)
Laurie Blyth (1951–1952)
Don Kitchenbrand (1955–1956)
Hugh O'Neill (1976)
John Spencer (1985–1992)

All Catholic.

It was not until the 1960’s that the burning issue of sectarianism reared its ugly head at Ibrox. A former player, Ralph Brand, made the sectarian policy at Rangers public knowledge and around this time the behaviour of Rangers fans was a real problem for the club. In 1963, Rangers fans jeered during the minute’s silence for assassinated Catholic U.S. President John F. Kennedy. Then, in 1967, then vice Chairman Matt Taylor was questioned about Rangers no Catholics policy and he stated that he felt that they policy was “part of our tradition....we were formed in 1873 as a Protestant boys club. To change now would lose us considerable support.”
Vice-Chairman Matt Taylor of Rangers.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 14:52
There you go!

In 106 years they've had 14 of 'em!

Actually it's more like 1886 to 1985 there was 14 of 'em!, then the whole Mo Johnston thing came along and apparently he was the first Catholic we'd signed in 60 years. (that was 1989)

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:53
You try get a practicing Catholic into a Mason's hall in Glasgow, no flipin chance it will happen.

A practicing Catholic is under threat of ex-communication by the Roman Catholic Church if he becomes a Mason.

There is nothing in Masonry that prevents a Catholic joining.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 14:54
A practicing Catholic is under threat of ex-communication by the Roman Catholic Church if he becomes a Mason.

There is nothing in Masonry that prevents a Catholic joining.

:spel Going to ladies night :wink

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:54
Actually it's more like 1886 to 1985 there was 14 of 'em!, then the whole Mo Johnston thing came along and apparently he was the first Catholic we'd signed in 60 years. (that was 1989)

Conceded.

I think my point is that the fact you've had to note the religion of your players is pretty sad. I'm not pointing out just Rangers for this Btw.

minestrone
13th March 2009, 14:55
Actually it's more like 1886 to 1985 there was 14 of 'em!, then the whole Mo Johnston thing came along and apparently he was the first Catholic we'd signed in 60 years. (that was 1989)

Why were you lot burning your books outside Ibrox when he signed?

Churchill
13th March 2009, 14:56
:spel Going to ladies night :wink

You're quite correct! :hug:

minestrone
13th March 2009, 14:58
Conceded.

I think my point is that the fact you've had to note the religion of your players is pretty sad. I'm not pointing out just Rangers for this Btw.

I think you will find that the late great Jock Stein stated that Celtic would sign the Protestant players first because rangers would never sign a Catholic player. They knocked back Dalglish 'cos the name was too 'Catholic' :eek

Incognito
13th March 2009, 15:00
It was not until the 1960’s that the burning issue of sectarianism reared its ugly head at Ibrox. A former player, Ralph Brand, made the sectarian policy at Rangers public knowledge and around this time the behaviour of Rangers fans was a real problem for the club. In 1963, Rangers fans jeered during the minute’s silence for assassinated Catholic U.S. President John F. Kennedy. Then, in 1967, then vice Chairman Matt Taylor was questioned about Rangers no Catholics policy and he stated that he felt that they policy was “part of our tradition....we were formed in 1873 as a Protestant boys club. To change now would lose us considerable support.”
Vice-Chairman Matt Taylor of Rangers.

http://www.kerrydalestreet.com/page/Rangers+-+quotes?t=anon

Hardly an objective website now is it. I mean I could link you to a page on follow follow that states "Big Jock Knew," does that make it true?

minestrone
13th March 2009, 15:01
A practicing Catholic is under threat of ex-communication by the Roman Catholic Church if he becomes a Mason.

There is nothing in Masonry that prevents a Catholic joining.

You can only ex communicate a Priest, not a practicing Catholic.

Churchill
13th March 2009, 15:01
I think you will find that the late great Jock Stein stated that Celtic would sign the Protestant players first because rangers would never sign a Catholic player. They knocked back Dalglish 'cos the name was too 'Catholic' :eek

I won't find because I couldn't give a sh!t.

If that was a general post then in future please don't quote me.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:02
You can only ex communicate a Priest, not a practicing Catholic.

Really?

I didn't know that...

minestrone
13th March 2009, 15:03
http://www.kerrydalestreet.com/page/Rangers+-+quotes?t=anon

Hardly an objective website now is it. I mean I could link you to a page on follow follow that states "Big Jock Knew," does that make it true?

Well I am sure your lot will be singing "who shagged all the boys" on Sunday.

Your lot are utter filth.

And poor losers.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 15:03
Why were you lot burning your books outside Ibrox when he signed?


I think it was more to do with the fact that he was Mo and he was an ex Celtic player. I mean Kenny Miller isn't Catholic and we weren't to happy about him coming back.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 15:04
You can only ex communicate a Priest, not a practicing Catholic.

Again speaking out your ar$e

http://www.news.com.au/story/0,27574,25146388-401,00.html

Churchill
13th March 2009, 15:06
You can only ex communicate a Priest, not a practicing Catholic.

The denomination with the longest history of objection to Freemasonry is the Catholic Church. The objections raised by the Catholic Church are based on the allegation that Masonry teaches a naturalistic deistic religion which is in conflict with Church doctrine.[55] A number of Papal pronouncements have been issued against Freemasonry. The first was Pope Clement XII's In Eminenti, April 28, 1738; the most recent was Pope Leo XIII's Ab Apostolici, October 15, 1890. The 1917 Code of Canon Law explicitly declared that joining Freemasonry entailed automatic excommunication.[56] The 1917 Code of Canon Law ... forbade books friendly to Freemasonry.

Churchill
13th March 2009, 15:07
Really?

I didn't know that...

Don't you worry your pretty little head about it, neither did he!

Incognito
13th March 2009, 15:08
Don't you worry your pretty little head about it, neither did he!


:rollin:

minestrone
13th March 2009, 15:08
I think it was more to do with the fact that he was Mo and he was an ex Celtic player. I mean Kenny Miller isn't Catholic and we weren't to happy about him coming back.

:spel

At least they teach us how to spell in the apartheid schools.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:09
:rollin:

Don't bloody encourage him :o :laugh

Incognito
13th March 2009, 15:10
:spel

At least they teach us how to spell in the apartheid schools.

Lost your original point caller? Got to resort to typos?

Sockpuppet
13th March 2009, 15:10
Diner Date with wife, wot wot

Is it possible to have a date with your wife? Shirley that's just a normal day out.


My mother was Irish but I'm English.

No Plastic Paddying for me...

But my next cocktail will be a black velvet (my last obsessional cocktail was a bellini - it must be the champers...)

Will you be talking Pirate :D


CJ.... you are a nice girl.... you'd fit in in Mullys!! :yay: :yay:

:sick That place always makes me drink too much.


:spel Going to ladies night :wink

You could always join one of the all lady lodges.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 15:10
Don't bloody encourage him :o :laugh

I did chuckle though.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:11
You could always join one of the all lady lodges.

**** off..... they sacrafice goats.... don't ya know?!

Mich the Tester
13th March 2009, 15:12
Is there a football match in Glasgow this weekend?

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:13
Is there a football match in Glasgow this weekend?

:laugh

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 15:13
Sounds like FC continuity IRA vs FC Real IRA

Mich the Tester
13th March 2009, 15:14
**** off..... they sacrafice goats.... don't ya know?!
Goat can taste quite good if it's stewed in a tajine with tomatoes and peppers and served with some couscous. I'd recommend a Chateau Meknes to go with it.

cojak
13th March 2009, 15:16
Will you be talking Pirate :D


Arrrrr, me lad!

Mich the Tester
13th March 2009, 15:17
:laughThey should reverse roles for a day and let the players have a rest. Stick all the fans on the pitch where they can kick the shit out of each other and let the players sit back with a drink, have a laugh and count their money.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 15:18
Well I am sure your lot will be singing "who shagged all the boys" on Sunday.

Your lot are utter filth.

And poor losers.

I think if you were to look at it objectively Minestrone, the only person that's really been on here attacking the other person is you. I have mates who are Celtic fans who I most probably won't speak to until the dust has settled after the game, but I don't see them as filth. It may also surprise you to know that my Mum is Catholic and my Gran lives in Shettleston (and they're both Tims), but that doesn't matter to me because as I've said before religion is make believe.

When it comes to Celtic, I hate the 'rhebels'. You know the ones; those guys sat singing their IRA songs and booing remembrance day etc. Oh and the mock offended. Has it occurred to you I put Hoakey Coakey because I knew it would draw you out? Like a moth to a flame you brought your bile with you. You Sir, are the filth. I'm off, have a good weekend everyone else.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 15:20
Sounds like FC continuity IRA vs FC Real IRA


Far from it dude. You've got one half right. :happy

minestrone
13th March 2009, 15:20
They should reverse roles for a day and let the players have a rest. Stick all the fans on the pitch where they can kick the tulip out of each other and let the players sit back with a drink, have a laugh and count their money.

We tried that

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daEMvQsWys8

They banned drinking, huns lost though.

cojak
13th March 2009, 15:20
OK - so are we talking about a pub called Mulligan's in Glasgow????

(They don't call me 'bullet' for nothing... :eyes :ohwell )

Never had a contract in Glasgow and not expecting to, I'll probably not manage it if it's north of Manchester

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:22
Goat can taste quite good if it's stewed in a tajine with tomatoes and peppers and served with some couscous. I'd recommend a Chateau Meknes to go with it.

:sick


Arrrrr, me lad!

:laugh


They should reverse roles for a day and let the players have a rest. Stick all the fans on the pitch where they can kick the tulip out of each other and let the players sit back with a drink, have a laugh and count their money.

Good plan :wink


OK - so are we talking about a pub called Mulligan's in Glasgow????

(They don't call me 'bullet' for nothing... :eyes :ohwell )

Never had a contract in Glasgow and not expecting to, I'll probably not manage it if it's north of Manchester

Sweetie - no, a pub in Manchester... them other fellas are on about some footie match at the weekend.

Next CUK do... I vote Manchester, so you can all see what Mullys is actually like :D

minestrone
13th March 2009, 15:25
Never had a contract in Glasgow and not expecting to, I'll probably not manage it if it's north of Manchester

After the huns in Manchester I doubt if any person would want to come to Glasgow.

FiveTimes
13th March 2009, 15:26
Is there a football match in Glasgow this weekend?

don't care :D but there's one happening in Manchester tomorrow lunch time

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:27
don't care :D but there's one happening in Manchester tomorrow lunch time

And I hope you lot whip those boys asses..... (for my sins, I have an allegience to City!!)

Mich the Tester
13th March 2009, 15:28
I had a mad old great auntie who was a really hardcore Scots presbyterian; she went apeshit when my cousin married a black man. Not because he we black, no, because he was catholic. My dad heard about it and said ‘well we all knew she’s a sectarian bigot, but at least she isn’t a racist sectarian bigot’.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:29
I had a mad old great auntie who was a really hardcore Scots presbyterian; she went apetulip when my cousin married a black man. Not because he we black, no, because he was catholic. My dad heard about it and said ‘well we all knew she’s a sectarian bigot, but at least she isn’t a racist sectarian bigot’.

:laugh Sounds like my family - except my aunt married a black prod (an american at that!!) Hilarious!!

Now, we couldn't imagine the family without them...

cojak
13th March 2009, 15:29
Well, I'm keeping an eye open an announcement and dates...

RH can tell us if it's just a matter of arranging a pub to meet up in and booking a table for dinner...

(though I'd not be surprised if the event turned his hair grey...)

oracleslave
13th March 2009, 15:31
There has been so much inane handbags in this thread I say come back CyberTory, all is forgiven, would rather pass the time reading your crap than this old chestnut.

minestrone
13th March 2009, 15:32
I had a mad old great auntie who was a really hardcore Scots presbyterian; she went apetulip when my cousin married a black man. Not because he we black, no, because he was catholic. My dad heard about it and said ‘well we all knew she’s a sectarian bigot, but at least she isn’t a racist sectarian bigot’.

:rollin:

That is it, I am predominately a German Catholic, still, I am told I am Irish.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:35
There has been so much inane handbags in this thread I say come back CyberTory, all is forgiven, would rather pass the time reading your crap than this old chestnut.

OS - it's not that bad.... we don't need him back...

Moscow Mule
13th March 2009, 15:37
You can only ex communicate a Priest, not a practicing Catholic.


Really?

I didn't know that...

That's because it's utter bollocks.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_excommunicated_by_the_Roman_Catholi c_Church

cojak
13th March 2009, 15:37
http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a289/amature/special_olympics.jpg

Foxy Moron
13th March 2009, 15:38
Very Classy

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 15:39
http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a289/amature/special_olympics.jpg

:laugh I wish that didn't make me laugh... but it did... and you are right!!

Churchill
13th March 2009, 15:48
**** off..... they sacrafice goats.... don't ya know?!

That's only because we've run out of virgins in Shaw!

minestrone
13th March 2009, 15:55
That's only because we've run out of virgins in Shaw!

I bet you could not get me in a lodge in Glasgow.

"Soooo, what school did you go to?"

"Our Lady of the Missions"

"Well thanks"

Rookie
13th March 2009, 15:56
That's only because we've run out of virgins in Shaw!

Shaw? Near Oldham? Been there once. Never again. It was like a scene from The Land That Time Forgot.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 16:05
I bet you could not get me in a lodge in Glasgow.

"Soooo, what school did you go to?"

"Our Lady of the Missions"

"Well thanks"

:laugh Nah, I've met the head goat sacrificer.... and he's a nice fella.... I don't mind being out with him!


Shaw? Near Oldham? Been there once. Never again. It was like a scene from The Land That Time Forgot.

:rollin: :rollin: I come from a small town in Ireland and even I think that :wink

Incognito
13th March 2009, 16:08
We tried that

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daEMvQsWys8

They banned drinking, huns lost though.


After the huns in Manchester I doubt if any person would want to come to Glasgow.

And you're on here prattling on about bigotry?

Linky (http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/2008/10/24/celtic-fan-wore-t-shirt-with-sectarian-message-on-uefa-cup-final-night-court-told-86908-20833881/)

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 16:10
And you're on here prattling on about bigotry?

Linky (http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/2008/10/24/celtic-fan-wore-t-shirt-with-sectarian-message-on-uefa-cup-final-night-court-told-86908-20833881/)

Ok - I am going to display a serious lack of knowledge here but I thought Huns were germans?

What am I missing?

Jog On
13th March 2009, 16:13
I shall be taking delivery of my new toy and setting it up:


MSI P31 Neo-F LGA775, DDR2, SATA2, ATX
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16Ghz LGA775 Processor
4Gb (4x1Gb) Dual Channel DDR2 667Mhz Memory
1Gb ATi Radeon HD 4650 PCI-Express VGA Card
500Gb Samsung Spinpoint F1 7200rpm S-ATAII 300 Hard Drive
NEC AD-5200A-0B 20x+/-DVD-R Dual Layer Dvd Writer- Black
N-880D Black ATX Case With 450W PSU
2500W PMPO 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers With Subwoofer


:nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 16:14
I shall be taking delivery of my new toy and setting it up:


MSI P31 Neo-F LGA775, DDR2, SATA2, ATX
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16Ghz LGA775 Processor
4Gb (4x1Gb) Dual Channel DDR2 667Mhz Memory
1Gb ATi Radeon HD 4650 PCI-Express VGA Card
500Gb Samsung Spinpoint F1 7200rpm S-ATAII 300 Hard Drive
NEC AD-5200A-0B 20x+/-DVD-R Dual Layer Dvd Writer- Black
N-880D Black ATX Case With 450W PSU
2500W PMPO 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers With Subwoofer


:nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd

:nerd

sasguru
13th March 2009, 16:14
I shall be taking delivery of my new toy and setting it up:


MSI P31 Neo-F LGA775, DDR2, SATA2, ATX
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16Ghz LGA775 Processor
4Gb (4x1Gb) Dual Channel DDR2 667Mhz Memory
1Gb ATi Radeon HD 4650 PCI-Express VGA Card
500Gb Samsung Spinpoint F1 7200rpm S-ATAII 300 Hard Drive
NEC AD-5200A-0B 20x+/-DVD-R Dual Layer Dvd Writer- Black
N-880D Black ATX Case With 450W PSU
2500W PMPO 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers With Subwoofer


:nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd

Don't forget to wipe on the curtains after you take delivery.

Rookie
13th March 2009, 16:15
I shall be taking delivery of my new toy and setting it up:

MSI P31 Neo-F LGA775, DDR2, SATA2, ATX
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16Ghz LGA775 Processor
4Gb (4x1Gb) Dual Channel DDR2 667Mhz Memory
1Gb ATi Radeon HD 4650 PCI-Express VGA Card
500Gb Samsung Spinpoint F1 7200rpm S-ATAII 300 Hard Drive
NEC AD-5200A-0B 20x+/-DVD-R Dual Layer Dvd Writer- Black
N-880D Black ATX Case With 450W PSU
2500W PMPO 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers With Subwoofer
:nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd

A new car? Very nice.

minestrone
13th March 2009, 16:19
Ok - I am going to display a serious lack of knowledge here but I thought Huns were Germans?

What am I missing?

Harland and Wolff moved to Govan and as they had a no Catholic policy so they were called the huns as both names were German. Since they got pulled for singing "up to our knees in Fenian blood" they have tried to say the use of Huns is sectarian.

voodooflux
13th March 2009, 16:22
Don't forget to wipe on the curtains after you take delivery.

Just watch out for the static discharge.

Mich the Tester
13th March 2009, 16:23
Harland and Wolff moved to Govan and as they had a no Catholic policy so they were called the huns as both names were German. Since they got pulled for singing "up to our knees in Fenian blood" they have tried to say the use of Huns is sectarian.The Huns weren't German. They were Asians, who spread to Europe via what is now Turkey and the Balkans. Me Great Uncle Attila (nein ich bin kein plastic German) was actually from somewhere in the Balkans, possibly in modern day Serbia.

The British started calling Germans Huns durng WWI, as in 'Tally ho chaps, we'll show the hun what British chaps are made of', prior to showing everyone that British chaps were made of flesh and blood just like all the other poor sods who got mutilated by machine guns.

voodooflux
13th March 2009, 16:24
I shall be taking delivery of my new toy and setting it up:


MSI P31 Neo-F LGA775, DDR2, SATA2, ATX
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16Ghz LGA775 Processor
4Gb (4x1Gb) Dual Channel DDR2 667Mhz Memory
1Gb ATi Radeon HD 4650 PCI-Express VGA Card
500Gb Samsung Spinpoint F1 7200rpm S-ATAII 300 Hard Drive
NEC AD-5200A-0B 20x+/-DVD-R Dual Layer Dvd Writer- Black
N-880D Black ATX Case With 450W PSU
2500W PMPO 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers With Subwoofer


:nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd :banana: :nerd

Settling for onboard sound on your DAW?

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 16:24
Harland and Wolff moved to Govan and as they had a no Catholic policy so they were called the huns as both names were German. Since they got pulled for singing "up to our knees in Fenian blood" they have tried to say the use of Huns is sectarian.

Oh......

Rookie
13th March 2009, 16:28
Oh......

Yes, its really interesting isn't it?

Jog On
13th March 2009, 16:29
Settling for onboard sound on your DAW?

I have one of these (http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/FastTrackPro.html) :D

Mich the Tester
13th March 2009, 16:30
I have one of these (http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/FastTrackPro.html) :D
I was hoping to keep my trousers dry until I get home.

dinker
13th March 2009, 16:31
I`ll be trying to make some headway with Autodesk Maya, been slogging away at it for a week now.

voodooflux
13th March 2009, 16:32
I have one of these (http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/FastTrackPro.html) :D

That looks decent - I might be after something like that for my laptop soon.

Rookie
13th March 2009, 16:32
I have one of these (http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/FastTrackPro.html) :D

Does it have any flashing lights?

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 16:33
Yes, its really interesting isn't it?

:o I just don't get it... the whole sectarianism... I've seen both sides. No one is ever going to "win" so whats the point?

Jog On
13th March 2009, 16:34
Does it have any flashing lights?

It does but they're not very impressive.

Sockpuppet
13th March 2009, 16:35
**** off..... they sacrafice goats.... don't ya know?!

Dammit. I though it was like the female only accommodation at Uni (aka the Virgin Megastore).

On a side note calling it Zavvi just doesn't have the same ring.

minestrone
13th March 2009, 16:37
The Huns weren't German. They were Asians, who spread to Europe via what is now Turkey and the Balkans. Me Great Uncle Attila (nein ich bin kein plastic German) was actually from somewhere in the Balkans, possibly in modern day Serbia.

The British started calling Germans Huns durng WWI, as in 'Tally ho chaps, we'll show the hun what British chaps are made of', prior to showing everyone that British chaps were made of flesh and blood just like all the other poor sods who got mutilated by machine guns.

Beware of the Hun in the sun

Rookie
13th March 2009, 16:37
It does but they're not very impressive.

Oh. :frown Thats a shame. At least it has a few twiddly things and some pushy pushy buttons to keep you entertained.

Incognito
13th March 2009, 16:38
Harland and Wolff moved to Govan and as they had a no Catholic policy so they were called the huns as both names were German. Since they got pulled for singing "up to our knees in Fenian blood" they have tried to say the use of Huns is sectarian.


I think you'll find it was the courts saying that the use of Hun is sectarian. But then 'your lot' always seem to miss the point when it comes to Sectarianism.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/2326342/Celtic-done-no-favours-by-Findlays-own-goal.html

** And to point out the sectarian connotation of Hun, it's referring to the Germanic origin of the Protestant religion. It's normally followed by an expletive of their choice, i.e Dirty Hun ba**ard, etc, etc.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 16:41
Beware of the Hun in the sun

They will be the ones putting their towels out early?

Feck... thats my Da actually... he does that all the time :o

Jog On
13th March 2009, 16:43
Oh. :frown Thats a shame. At least it has a few twiddly things and some pushy pushy buttons to keep you entertained.

The flashing lights are OK, but I have seen better.. :eyes

sasguru
13th March 2009, 16:45
:o I just don't get it... the whole sectarianism... I've seen both sides. No one is ever going to "win" so whats the point?

There's nothing to get. It's just stupid human nature.

Israelis vs Palestinians
Catholics vs Protestants
Muslims vs Everyone else
<<My group>> vs <<Your group>>

My lot are better/superior/cleverer than yours etc.
Instead of realising that it's all chance and randomness.:rolleyes:

minestrone
13th March 2009, 16:51
** And to point out the sectarian connotation of Hun, it's referring to the Germanic origin of the Protestant religion. It's normally followed by an expletive of their choice, i.e Dirty Hun ba**ard, etc, etc.

I think you will kindly refer to my previous statement where I mentioned that I was German Catholic you stupid hun.

oracleslave
13th March 2009, 16:53
There's nothing to get. It's just stupid human nature.

Israelis vs Palestinians
Catholics vs Protestants
Muslims vs Everyone else
<<My group>> vs <<Your group>>

My lot are better/superior/cleverer than yours etc.
Instead of realising that it's all chance and randomness.:rolleyes:

I vote for a joint award for this weeks village idiot prize.

sasguru
13th March 2009, 16:57
I vote for a joint award for this weeks village idiot prize.

:laugh
I've been gunning for that prize for a long time.

Rookie
13th March 2009, 16:58
:laugh
I've been gunning for that prize for a long time.

And apparently you win a joint. Happy toking.

cailin maith
13th March 2009, 16:59
:laugh
I've been gunning for that prize for a long time.

AtW has only been gone a few weeks.....

Has he been in actually?

Incognito
13th March 2009, 17:07
I think you will kindly refer to my previous statement where I mentioned that I was German Catholic you stupid hun.

What difference does that make? I'm pointing out why you lot use the Hun word to refer to us as Protestants. (Not Germans just to make that clear for you)

And Hun doesn't bother me pal, I told you I don't believe in religion. Is it not about time you went home?

Cliphead
13th March 2009, 19:46
What difference does that make? I'm pointing out why you lot use the Hun word to refer to us as Protestants. (Not Germans just to make that clear for you)

And Hun doesn't bother me pal, I told you I don't believe in religion. Is it not about time you went home?

I thought a Hun meant a rangers supporter?

minestrone
13th March 2009, 21:53
What difference does that make? I'm pointing out why you lot use the Hun word to refer to us as Protestants. (Not Germans just to make that clear for you)

And Hun doesn't bother me pal, I told you I don't believe in religion. Is it not about time you went home?

Hun

definition: Hun: A barbarous or destructive person.

Evidence: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNA4GkVVHCQ&feature=related

You are a hun, your supporters are a bunch of huns.

I am glad where I sit.

Churchill
14th March 2009, 08:44
I thought a Hun meant a rangers supporter?

Where as a "Celt" is a Celtic supporter?

Pogle
14th March 2009, 10:28
When I worked in Glasgow almost the first question I was asked by the four guys in the team was "What colour are you?".
They were all local and I was not and frankly didn't understand the question.
Apparently as I'm a Catholic I'm green.

Frankly I was shocked that the first thing they wanted to know about me was my religion!
Despite that really enjoyed the rest of my stay in Glasgow I had a great time up there.

But I had to admit I was scared when walking down Deansgate during the Rangers match in Manchester and hoards of pi££ed Rangers fans were rampaging down the street singing anti - Catholic songs. It was frightening.

Its not nice to feel hated by people who don't know you.

:eyes

FiveTimes
14th March 2009, 18:43
tonight - taking DD2 to training.
tomorrow - <fingers crossed> watching Liverpool stuff Man U, and getting blind drunk regardless of the outcome.
sunday - doing all the things I should have done on saturday.

How sweet was that :yay:

Even the prolific Dossena scored - that's 2 in 2 :yay: :banana: :yay: :banana:

OwlHoot
14th March 2009, 19:20
Hun

definition: Hun: A barbarous or destructive person.

Evidence: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNA4GkVVHCQ&feature=related

You are a hun, your supporters are a bunch of huns.

I am glad where I sit.

:spel hoon

definition: hoon: A complete and utter "C t", named after Labour cabinet minister Geoff Hoon

Evidence: http://www.geoffhoonmp.co.uk/

e.g.: You are a hoon, your supporters are a bunch of hoons

minestrone
15th March 2009, 01:39
How sweet was that :yay:

Even the prolific Dossena scored - that's 2 in 2 :yay: :banana: :yay: :banana:

Really never seen that one coming, Ferguson must have been going mental after the game. 4-1 is a stinger.

minestrone
15th March 2009, 01:54
Anyway, the main event starts in 13 hours, I'll get my suit on tomorrow and head down to hampden, we will hear the filth sing their 'party' songs as we give them a going over on the park.

minestrone
15th March 2009, 20:46
Sunday - At Hampden watching the mighty Rangers destroying the forces of darkness and laughing at the 'traditional Irish folk song' choir when they're all 'going home'. :)

Oh hoakey, hoakey, coakey....


Not so mighty today were you?

The "'traditional Irish folk song' choir" were in full voice when 2 Republic players scored. :D

GET IT RIGHT ROOON YEEES