I think i included everyone?

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Don't worry I don't call Budweiser beer, more like sewer water. Only people who drink that shit are white trash, rednecks, and people born without taste buds.


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Haha that made me laugh.

I think you could add "being socially acceptable to wear socks and sandles" to the German list.
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hippy_man99 wrote:what about the DUTCH?!? we are on the Amsterdam coffeeshop directory here... :)
1. You can get arrested for growing plants, but not for smoking them.
2. You can make jokes about the Belgians and still drink their beer.
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Boner, those Sandals are good example of British patriot, stamping the Union Jack into the foreign sand on beaches in lands far away.
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Sir Niall of Essex-sire wrote:Boner, those Sandals are good example of British patriot, stamping the Union Jack into the foreign sand on beaches in lands far away.
Do you mean like this?

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Although I have to admit that picture was took in Newquay and not somewhere far away. ;)
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ok here's my tuppence worth....you mean those aren't targets painted on a mod's parka?.......the dutch? build better dykes(barriers) than the americans...built east anglia up outta the sea.....cigars,coffee,diamond cutting and trading....swallowed up the last of P&O freight side....coffeeshops,shipping,coffeeshops,tulips....set the standard for carrot colour....were the original masters of green energy(windmills/pumps) ,coffeeshops....DAF66 variomatic cars lol
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Valo wrote:Haha that made me laugh.

I think you could add "being socially acceptable to wear socks and sandles" to the German list.
and fanny packs (or bum bags)
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Technically aint a Union Jack...only a Jack when its on a ship :wink:


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craig_ulsterman wrote:Technically aint a Union Jack...only a Jack when its on a ship :wink:


Thanks Stephen Fry :lol:
What about when its flying in the Shankhill?

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When it's on the Shankill, it's whatever they say it is and I dare ya to go up there and tell them something different!. :shock:

Otherwise, Craig is right, technically it's a 'Union flag'.

During our Mod days back home they had Green, white and gold targets and badger shoes to even things up a tad. :roll: :D
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Your speaking to a Shankill Road Boy :wink:
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DC wrote:When it's on the Shankill, it's whatever they say it is and I dare ya to go up there and tell them something different!. :shock:
:lol:

I hope your not suggesting the Shankhill is home to rather ' unsavory' characters? :shock: I heard they put on a bonfire for the kids and a jolly wee parade on the 12th of July. Apparently its a carnival, open to everyone. But they wouldnt let me in, i even wore a celtic top, i saw alot of rangers ones i thought they must of liked Scottish football. Christ knows what was wrong, should of seen the scenes when i tried to get a sing song of Feilds of Athenry... :wink:

Craig i lived near there for a few months years back, on the Village. Also lived in the Falls and Ardoyne for a few weeks. Was part of a study my old lecturers carried out and wanted some help. It was...interesting...
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DC wrote: During our Mod days back home they had Green, white and gold targets and badger shoes to even things up a tad. :roll: :D
:lol:

A life in belfast eh? Miss it much?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOk72NP9 ... re=related
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:roll: Scotish Football

Awk well culture is a great thing aint it.... just as long as it doesnt offend
anyone, make anyone feel bad, make anyone cry ...... but sure thats all over and done with now, were all the same now. The Falls come over to our side for drumming and flute lessons and we go over to the Falls to play Gaelic Footie and Hurling :lol: [/quote]
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There's a few 'unsavory' types on the Shankill, but only from the Woodvale down. :wink: :lol:

I'm very proud of where I come from, but nah, I don't miss it too much. It isn't the best place to live if ya like any quality in what ya smoke.

Craig, the first place I ever lived was Brookmount st. 8)
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craig_ulsterman wrote::roll: Scotish Football

Awk well culture is a great thing aint it.... just as long as it doesnt offend
anyone, make anyone feel bad, make anyone cry ...... but sure thats all over and done with now, were all the same now. The Falls come over to our side for drumming and flute lessons and we go over to the Falls to play Gaelic Footie and Hurling :lol:
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Yea it was mostly like that when i was there. Mount Vernon was a wee bit dodegy, but it was alot of petty crime running around as well. Im glad to see the progress is continuing.
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