Wally (Tyrone) - Posts:125 - 28/02/2013 13:33:48 1340311
It's happening to me too.. No big deal though.
waynoI (Dublin) - Posts:10891 - 28/02/2013 13:54:35 1340329
I've had it the last few times aswell Wally and i'm across the water. I'd say it's more the search engines fault though.
tribeinbrum (Galway) - Posts:3733 - 28/02/2013 13:58:00 1340333
I could say a lot but won't; the Dubs and Cork Union flag wavers might enjoy it though.
Ulsterman (Antrim) - Posts:7604 - 28/02/2013 14:02:28 1340335
Its a partitionist plot by the powers that be, time for Ulsterman to call them out!
brendtheredhand (Tyrone) - Posts:10719 - 28/02/2013 14:11:04 1340342
About time : )
realdub (Dublin) - Posts:5099 - 28/02/2013 14:31:16 1340356
Sorry sorry sorry lads, but that, thats funny :)Come one UM, even you have to admit, thats funny :)
Liamwalkinstown (Dublin) - Posts:6436 - 28/02/2013 14:35:55 1340360
UlstermanOne cannot truly be free without letting go and moving on. They also waved the union flag in France and Germany.Time for those that can move on... to move on.Condemn all you want but such attitudes will get you nowhere.Why do you think you signed a treaty up north?And now sit beside and shake hands and smile to the cameras with the biggest union flag wavers of all.All the best
Beelzedub (Dublin) - Posts:470 - 28/02/2013 14:37:28 1340362
Well I am not happy!!!
Wally (Tyrone) - Posts:125 - 28/02/2013 14:50:36 1340370
UlstermanCounty: AntrimPosts: 58511340335 I could say a lot but won't; the Dubs and Cork Union flag wavers might enjoy it though.Ulsterman, I'd be interested to know why you describe Cork people as Union flag wavers. Can you tell me why?
Midleton (Cork) - Posts:465 - 28/02/2013 14:51:23 1340372
Maybe its just to remind you that you are in the UK?
AfricanGael (UK) - Posts:493 - 28/02/2013 14:58:55 1340376
Or maybe it is a conspiracy to try and get into our heads, so that come August there will be no northern teams left in the race for Sam/Liam.As everyone knows, folk from the south are **** scarred of us nordies!
Wally (Tyrone) - Posts:125 - 28/02/2013 15:37:53 1340412
Indeed wally, scarred for life
TheMaster (Mayo) - Posts:14923 - 28/02/2013 16:46:50 1340470
WallyCounty: TyronePosts: 801340412 Or maybe it is a conspiracy to try and get into our heads, so that come August there will be no northern teams left in the race for Sam/Liam.As everyone knows, folk from the south are **** scarred of us nordies! Is it scarred of ,or scarred by.
AthCliath (Dublin) - Posts:4059 - 28/02/2013 21:28:21 1340620
MidletonCounty: CorkPosts: 170Ulsterman, I'd be interested to know why you describe Cork people as Union flag wavers. Can you tell me why? Middleton I'd say he is saying it because when the english queen elizabeth saxe-coborg last visited Cork the people came out on the streets waving union jacks and carrying photographs of her. This was broadcast on all tv channels and printed in the national media and images and stories can be found by using google.
Tom1916 (Armagh) - Posts:1839 - 01/03/2013 09:03:52 1340654
as much as it grieves me i have to agree with liam. thats bloody hilarious :) come on even those in the six counties has got to see the funny side of it, and in fairness most have had a gleeful response on hear,
royaldunne (Meath) - Posts:8555 - 02/03/2013 10:12:13 1341178
The map is hilarious, lets be honest : )
realdub (Dublin) - Posts:5099 - 02/03/2013 16:41:30 1341291
Indeed Tom if the Corkonians had dropped rose petals for Her Maj Liz The Great to walk on it wouldn't have surprised me. It really was psychophance of the worst kind..........Stockholm Syndrome I think it's called.
Ulsterman (Antrim) - Posts:7604 - 02/03/2013 16:52:49 1341293