The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

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Re: The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

Postby DB10GOONER » Wed Jun 19, 2019 5:15 pm

The Green Party....Oierland's newest bandwagon.. Yes we all nod our heads in unison about carbon emissions and global warming, and all agree something must be done..However as long as it doesn't affect my lifestyle or bank balance.
Hippy. :censored:
:lol: :wink:
So the Oirish Green bandwagon lasted about three weeks..The government panicked and hastily put together a "green initiative " turning up for it in a cringy hybrid bus suitable for photo opportunities..Anyway once the snowflake generation realised the green revolution was going to cost them a lot more than they realised they hit the airwaves yesterday to criticise the plan...
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All so typical of this government and the snowflakes.... :roll: :lol:

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Re: The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

Postby Bradywasking » Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:32 pm

Ole ole ole...we are a nation of golf lovers..you'll never beat the Irish...

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Postby DB10GOONER » Tue Jul 23, 2019 5:44 am

Ole ole ole...we are a nation of golf lovers..you'll never beat the Irish...
:lol:

The usual wànkers in work that LOVE the towel flicking (when the 6 nations is on) and LOVE manure / mousers (if they're in a final) and LOVE NFL (in the week building up to the Superbowl) the type of cùnts that call football "soccer" etc etc now all LOVE golf. They fucking LOVE it. A game not one of them has spoken about once ever in the past. One of the less intelligent ones even suggested we have a national holiday named in the guy's honour ffs. :oops: :roll:

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Postby Bradywasking » Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:14 am

Ole ole ole...we are a nation of golf lovers..you'll never beat the Irish...
:lol:

The usual wànkers in work that LOVE the towel flicking (when the 6 nations is on) and LOVE manure / mousers (if they're in a final) and LOVE NFL (in the week building up to the Superbowl) the type of cùnts that call football "soccer" etc etc now all LOVE golf. They fucking LOVE it. A game not one of them has spoken about once ever in the past. One of the less intelligent ones even suggested we have a national holiday named in the guy's honour ffs. :oops: :roll:
I like national holidays...Winning the Open was a grrat achievement and I'm not belittling that but it's the usual hysteria that follows success , perceived or tangible, by Oirish sports people or teams that gets me.

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Postby DB10GOONER » Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:19 am

Ole ole ole...we are a nation of golf lovers..you'll never beat the Irish...
:lol:

The usual wànkers in work that LOVE the towel flicking (when the 6 nations is on) and LOVE manure / mousers (if they're in a final) and LOVE NFL (in the week building up to the Superbowl) the type of cùnts that call football "soccer" etc etc now all LOVE golf. They fucking LOVE it. A game not one of them has spoken about once ever in the past. One of the less intelligent ones even suggested we have a national holiday named in the guy's honour ffs. :oops: :roll:
I like national holidays...Winning the Open was a grrat achievement and I'm not belittling that but it's the usual hysteria that follows success , perceived or tangible, by Oirish sports people or teams that gets me.
Yep me too. It's like a national pastime.

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Re: The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

Postby Bradywasking » Sun Sep 22, 2019 8:16 am

And we're off...Collars up , lets answer Oierland's call..

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Postby Bradywasking » Sun Sep 22, 2019 12:50 pm

And we're off...Collars up , lets answer Oierland's call..
And now the WhatsApp in work is going with the "real man's game" line.

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Postby DB10GOONER » Mon Sep 23, 2019 6:22 am

In my barbers Saturday morning the two barbers were having a right go at each other. One is a football fan the other a towel flicking closet job - or "rugby fan" as they are sometimes called.

Best line? Footy fan said "just be careful when you are lighting each others farts. Oh and fingering each others holes". :lol:

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Postby Bradywasking » Mon Sep 23, 2019 6:50 am

In my barbers Saturday morning the two barbers were having a right go at each other. One is a football fan the other a towel flicking closet job - or "rugby fan" as they are sometimes called.

Best line? Footy fan said "just be careful when you are lighting each others farts. Oh and fingering each others holes". :lol:
Two neighbours discussing Rugby World Cup. First one said " rugby starts today" ..then followed a lot of talk between the two about it..second neighbour then asked " how is our group looking?"...Fucking thing hadn't started at that time.. By the way both are Man U "fans" ..One told me , years back, that " yer man Barbietop " scored for Man U. Turned out it was Berbatov.(sp?)..The other asked me one day " is this some sort of cup game?" , that was after I had to tell him Man U were playing Fulham.

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Postby DB10GOONER » Mon Sep 23, 2019 4:00 pm

In my barbers Saturday morning the two barbers were having a right go at each other. One is a football fan the other a towel flicking closet job - or "rugby fan" as they are sometimes called.

Best line? Footy fan said "just be careful when you are lighting each others farts. Oh and fingering each others holes". :lol:
Two neighbours discussing Rugby World Cup. First one said " rugby starts today" ..then followed a lot of talk between the two about it..second neighbour then asked " how is our group looking?"...Fucking thing hadn't started at that time.. By the way both are Man U "fans" ..One told me , years back, that " yer man Barbietop " scored for Man U. Turned out it was Berbatov.(sp?)..The other asked me one day " is this some sort of cup game?" , that was after I had to tell him Man U were playing Fulham.
Typical plastics just want to be involved in any old shit if it's on the telly or social media. Arseholes. :censored:

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Re: The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

Postby Bradywasking » Mon Sep 23, 2019 9:19 pm

In my barbers Saturday morning the two barbers were having a right go at each other. One is a football fan the other a towel flicking closet job - or "rugby fan" as they are sometimes called.

Best line? Footy fan said "just be careful when you are lighting each others farts. Oh and fingering each others holes". :lol:
Two neighbours discussing Rugby World Cup. First one said " rugby starts today" ..then followed a lot of talk between the two about it..second neighbour then asked " how is our group looking?"...Fucking thing hadn't started at that time.. By the way both are Man U "fans" ..One told me , years back, that " yer man Barbietop " scored for Man U. Turned out it was Berbatov.(sp?)..The other asked me one day " is this some sort of cup game?" , that was after I had to tell him Man U were playing Fulham.
Typical plastics just want to be involved in any old shit if it's on the telly or social media. Arseholes. :censored:
To be honest they are two decent blokes and are good neighbours and good in the community. But their attitude towards sport is one of pure bandwagonism. Boils my piss to see it.

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Re: The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

Postby Bradywasking » Sun Sep 29, 2019 6:28 am

Arrived into work on Saturday morning..TV on in the canteen for Oierland v Japan , I got a bit of slagging because I dont hide my hatred of rugby and don't buy into the whole you have to support them because they are Oierland thing.
A lot of shouts at the TV and players being called by their first name and Oierland were winning.
TV turned off and off to work we go with lads dreaming of games v South Africa to come in the quarter finals.
Word gets out that "we" lost and we suddenly becomes "they."
Break time and one man declares that he "hates rugby and those lads only play it because they are not capable of playing a real sport "
Saturday morning in Dublin..wheels off the bandwagon.

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Re: The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Sun Sep 29, 2019 2:19 pm

Arrived into work on Saturday morning..TV on in the canteen for Oierland v Japan , I got a bit of slagging because I dont hide my hatred of rugby and don't buy into the whole you have to support them because they are Oierland thing.
A lot of shouts at the TV and players being called by their first name and Oierland were winning.
TV turned off and off to work we go with lads dreaming of games v South Africa to come in the quarter finals.
Word gets out that "we" lost and we suddenly becomes "they."
Break time and one man declares that he "hates rugby and those lads only play it because they are not capable of playing a real sport "
Saturday morning in Dublin..wheels off the bandwagon.
:lol:

Sorry to report that your two lads will be back on it come Thursday morning when you beat the Russians. Oireland might not finish top as expected but will still be runners up in the group (at least) so plenty more 'bandwagoning' to follow :lol:

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Re: The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

Postby DB10GOONER » Mon Sep 30, 2019 4:25 pm

I'm actively cheering on every cùnt except Oireland's southside closet jobs. :D

By "actively" I do of course mean "not watching any of this tedious fat homoball rubbish". 8)

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Re: The 'Irish love a bandwagon' thread

Postby Bradywasking » Mon Sep 30, 2019 4:31 pm

A video has appeared on the internet of Oirish Rugger fans singing (and standing up) "stand up for the Japanese " after Saturday's game.. It was a sporting tribute to their valiant conquerors....Can't see it catching on in Ibrox..or Croke Park or anywhere the sport is more important than the occasion.


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