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Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 6:52 am
by Jep
Visser wrote:
Jep wrote:
YaTingPom wrote:
RainMan wrote:First two cars I had a fuck in, girlfriends 850 mini and the old man's 60's something beetle...still got a sore back.
What about your sisters back?





Ok. Below the belt.
I lost my virginity in either a Jaguar XK120 or my Mini van (1100cc).
Oh! For God Sake Man ,if you cant remember.. you are a liar. Everybody remembers,,maybe u lost ur viiginity twice.
He's talking about a girl as well as an old man so chances are he lost his virginity twice.
Indeed.Mr YaPingPong looks really gayish(I saw the wedding pics) id guess the girl came 50 yrs after the old man.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 7:49 am
by spitthedog
Many developed nations in the world drink coffee to sober up abit after drinking 10 pints of beer.

The Irish on the other hand, will usually pop a brandy and cream in the coffee to let the fun continue into the wee small hours.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:25 am
by ផោមក្លិនស្អុយ
spitthedog wrote:Many developed nations in the world drink coffee to sober up abit after drinking 10 pints of beer.

The Irish on the other hand, will usually pop a brandy and cream in the coffee to let the fun continue into the wee small hours.
Irish coffee has whiskey not brandy

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 12:27 pm
by RainMan
My ex wife could've flattened an Irish Rugby team...god bless her cold steel heart.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Sun Sep 23, 2018 7:52 pm
by AnassRamaIV
I think the key thing is how much booze we've had.

I can be the most heroic, brazen brawler "i'll do the fukin lottta ya" after 12 pints

Less so if i have a crippling hang-over.

thus is everything with us micks

there may be an extra elementt of " none so quiet as a Larne catholic" defence mechanism going on too. im not a fkin psyciatrist, who gives a fk anyhow.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 9:39 am
by boomer
AnassRamaIV wrote:I think the key thing is how much booze we've had.

I can be the most heroic, brazen brawler "i'll do the fukin lottta ya" after 12 pints

Less so if i have a crippling hang-over.

thus is everything with us micks

there may be an extra elementt of " none so quiet as a Larne catholic" defence mechanism going on too. im not a fkin psyciatrist, who gives a fk anyhow.

not to brag, but we Belgians never had a shortage of booze... :)

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:16 pm
by YaTingPom
boomer wrote:
AnassRamaIV wrote:I think the key thing is how much booze we've had.

I can be the most heroic, brazen brawler "i'll do the fukin lottta ya" after 12 pints

Less so if i have a crippling hang-over.

thus is everything with us micks

there may be an extra elementt of " none so quiet as a Larne catholic" defence mechanism going on too. im not a fkin psyciatrist, who gives a fk anyhow.

not to brag, but we Belgians never had a shortage of booze... :)
I’d drink too if I was Belgian.
It’s funny the Flemish speakers dislike the French speakers lot and visa versa but the Dutch and the French dislike all of you! :lol:

I think the Germans are ambivalent.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 1:09 pm
by ផោមក្លិនស្អុយ
AnassRamaIV wrote:I think the key thing is how much booze we've had.

I can be the most heroic, brazen brawler "i'll do the fukin lottta ya" after 12 pints

Less so if i have a crippling hang-over.

thus is everything with us micks

there may be an extra elementt of " none so quiet as a Larne catholic" defence mechanism going on too. im not a fkin psyciatrist, who gives a fk anyhow.
‘A Larne catholic’
That’s a comment that will go over the heads of 99.99% of forum readers.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:27 pm
by YaTingPom
ផោមក្លិនស្អុយ wrote:
AnassRamaIV wrote:I think the key thing is how much booze we've had.

I can be the most heroic, brazen brawler "i'll do the fukin lottta ya" after 12 pints

Less so if i have a crippling hang-over.

thus is everything with us micks

there may be an extra elementt of " none so quiet as a Larne catholic" defence mechanism going on too. im not a fkin psyciatrist, who gives a fk anyhow.
‘A Larne catholic’
That’s a comment that will go over the heads of 99.99% of forum readers.
Yes. A Gusty comment.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:12 pm
by Visser
YaTingPom wrote:
boomer wrote:
AnassRamaIV wrote:I think the key thing is how much booze we've had.

I can be the most heroic, brazen brawler "i'll do the fukin lottta ya" after 12 pints

Less so if i have a crippling hang-over.

thus is everything with us micks

there may be an extra elementt of " none so quiet as a Larne catholic" defence mechanism going on too. im not a fkin psyciatrist, who gives a fk anyhow.

not to brag, but we Belgians never had a shortage of booze... :)
I’d drink too if I was Belgian.
It’s funny the Flemish speakers dislike the French speakers lot and visa versa but the Dutch and the French dislike all of you! :lol:

I think the Germans are ambivalent.
We generally don't have a problem with the French speakers, instead of butchering our language as the Flemish do they just refuse to speak it.
(Until you stand up and walk out of the restaurant at which point they magically gain the power to speak Dutch :lol: )

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 11:10 pm
by YaTingPom
:lol:
My Dutch mate’s face physically winces when he's in Belgium and listening to them speak. He prefers to speak English and I’m a good excuse to do it.

He turned down a very good job near Ghent for that reason.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 11:43 pm
by Lucky Lucan
ផោមក្លិនស្អុយ wrote:
spitthedog wrote:Many developed nations in the world drink coffee to sober up abit after drinking 10 pints of beer.

The Irish on the other hand, will usually pop a brandy and cream in the coffee to let the fun continue into the wee small hours.
Irish coffee has whiskey not brandy
Ireland has always been a nation of tea, rather than coffee, drinkers. I don't believe coffee was much of a thing until relatively recently (1950s on). Irish Coffee is not really an Irish thing as far as I know, it was just invented in the once important Shannon Airport. I grew up in Ireland (in a relatively teetotal family) and never heard of it. I remember Hot Toddy's (whiskey/ honey/ cloves/ lemon/ boiling water) were a traditional cure for colds etc, Irish Coffee was just some bastardized nonsense that went mainstream in the 80s.

Ireland is high up on this list of top tea consumers per capita, other studies put them in lower positions.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_c ... per_capita

Cupán tae?

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 12:20 am
by boomer
YaTingPom wrote::lol:
My Dutch mate’s face physically winces when he's in Belgium and listening to them speak. He prefers to speak English and I’m a good excuse to do it.

He turned down a very good job near Ghent for that reason.

I'm very happy that i can speak my local Flemish dialect and Belgian Dutch, helps me a lot here in SEA! Leaving the sentence structure out of it of course, but the sounds, plenty of similarities....

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 12:52 am
by Visser
boomer wrote:
YaTingPom wrote::lol:
My Dutch mate’s face physically winces when he's in Belgium and listening to them speak. He prefers to speak English and I’m a good excuse to do it.

He turned down a very good job near Ghent for that reason.

I'm very happy that i can speak my local Flemish dialect and Belgian Dutch, helps me a lot here in SEA! Leaving the sentence structure out of it of course, but the sounds, plenty of similarities....
Not sure what obscure dialect you're speaking but even when doing my best Urbanus imitation I can't see the similarities with any SE-Asian language except maybe Bahasa or Javanese which still uses a lot of Dutch words.

Re: Are Irish citizens the toughest guys in the world?

Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 7:00 am
by boomer
Visser wrote:
boomer wrote:
YaTingPom wrote::lol:
My Dutch mate’s face physically winces when he's in Belgium and listening to them speak. He prefers to speak English and I’m a good excuse to do it.

He turned down a very good job near Ghent for that reason.

I'm very happy that i can speak my local Flemish dialect and Belgian Dutch, helps me a lot here in SEA! Leaving the sentence structure out of it of course, but the sounds, plenty of similarities....
Not sure what obscure dialect you're speaking but even when doing my best Urbanus imitation I can't see the similarities with any SE-Asian language except maybe Bahasa or Javanese which still uses a lot of Dutch words.
The words have different meanings, but the sounds i mean...