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Old 06-09-2017, 08:57 PM
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An Irishman / woman who copies English ways...Like Quinner...the citizen of the Irish Republic....lol.
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Old 06-09-2017, 09:21 PM
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It's ok Katie...That is only used in Northern Ireland..never heard it mentioned by an Englishman in England.....

But, as I have spent eight years with our friends up North I have heard it zillions of times from both sides of the power sharing debacle.....
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Old 06-09-2017, 11:58 PM
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LOL.....That is what it was referred to in Belfast......But, how would a sailor know that.....

Yes, I am a citizen of the Republic of Ireland and only that....

are you jealous...?
So am oi....norra lorra eejits know dat.
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WOW !!!! quinner quinner quinner....will ye stop yerself ffs....ye now spinning out of orbit wicher Irish history man.

The partition of Ireland was the division of the island of Ireland into two distinct jurisdictions, Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland. It took place on 3 May 1921 under the Government of Ireland Act 1920.

Remember ???? the King's speech an all dat eh ?.Now I sit and watch how you will limbo dance your way out of that big FU you made.....but you will find a way.....usually by changing tack....Bring it on...

Remember ???? the King's speech an all dat eh ?.
Just ignore it quinner it might go away....lmao
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Old 07-09-2017, 12:11 AM
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Just ignore it quinner it might go away....lmao
History is always there.......

Whodunnits have a very short time on this earth.......


Now get reading and learn something.......Learn to handle the truth...
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Old 07-09-2017, 12:32 AM
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History is always there.......Whodunnits have a very short time on this earth.......Now get reading and learn something.......Learn to handle the truth...
Me get reading and learning....rofpml....what bout this out an out crap below here.....


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Two Irelands were created in 1922......Whether you like it or not....
WHEN ?....

now don't try fudge it as usual....you got it wrong....didn't you ?
You the master of the non whodunnit real world....OK Walter.... Mr Mitty...delude yourself as long as ye please but ye better start reading yor Irish History....especially that of the North ye worked and lived in for so long...
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Me get reading and learning....rofpml....what bout this out an out crap below here.....


WHEN ?....

now don't try fudge it as usual....you got it wrong....didn't you ?
You the master of the non whodunnit real world....OK Walter.... Mr Mitty...delude yourself as long as ye please but ye better start reading yor Irish History....especially that of the North ye worked and lived in for so long...
Lol.....Like I said...amusingly ignorant........

I bet you are fuming that you didn't learn history over all those years you were incarcerated in your steel cell.......

A library full of whodunnits and you were hooded....

''you cannot handle the truth''...........

I await a tirade about the newspapers I don't read.....another form of whodunit///but easy to solve as it was never me.......Haven't read a newspaper since 1969.......for the simple reason that they printed lies.....

Now, why did they not act on the 1918 mandate...?

The Country voted for ''we ourselves''.......Clear as a Bell.....The country heeded Pearse because he had foresight....One Ireland embracing all who live there.............
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An Irishman / woman who copies English ways...Like Quinner...the citizen of the Irish Republic....lol.
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LOL.....That is what it was referred to in Belfast......But, how would a sailor know that.....

Yes, I am a citizen of the Republic of Ireland and only that....

are you jealous...?
Shoneen has been replaced by the term 'west brit' in the republic. Amounts to the same thing, more or less...
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Old 07-09-2017, 10:58 AM
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I'd love to know what "British ways" are.......sounds a bit silly imo.......
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