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GAA Discussion / Best Local GAA Papers In Your County
« on: November 16, 2006, 11:02:19 AM »
Yip thats the one No1. In fairness The Wobbler hasnt a lot to compete with in the Newry Democrat. The preview stuff he does at the start of the season/championship is good reading even though his predictions are usually as far away as my last shite. :P

GAA Discussion / Dublin v Kerry Tom Humphries
« on: November 16, 2006, 10:30:12 AM »
Its been said on here before many times that like him or loathe him Laim Hayes book "Out of our Skins" set the GAA auto biog benchmark. Very difficult to get now.

If he brought out an update he would clean up I'd say.

GAA Discussion / Cheeky Dubs cash in on Xmas
« on: November 16, 2006, 10:16:36 AM »
Down did the what.... good move by the County Board

(Never ever thought I would use those last 5 words in that order:-\)

GAA Discussion / Best Local GAA Papers In Your County
« on: November 16, 2006, 01:03:43 AM »
The Democrat...the Wobbler beats them out the gate...

GAA Discussion / Noel Thompson
« on: November 14, 2006, 10:48:16 AM »
In fairness lads I think its a bit harsh having a go at Jerome over an off the cuff comment made by a dickhead like Thompson....there have been enormous strides made by the BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation on coverage of our games in the 6 counties..Think of it like this....I played in McRory Cup Final in the early 80s....the result was mentioned as a "by the way" comment at the end of that evening's sports bulletin.....the rugby schools cup was the subject of extensive the McRory Final is covered live.....Quinn has been instrumental in the recent improvements and should get credit where its due...not lambasted for a comment by an arsehole he has no control over.

GAA Discussion / Re: Introduce yourself - what's your club and county!!
« on: November 11, 2006, 07:24:38 PM »
Club: Clairseacha Bhaile Cholmain

County: Down

Best GAA moment: Paddy O'Rourke kicking the ball into the Hogan Stand in 1991.

BTW the Avatar....I have a feeling I might know a few of your Dungannon mates...

General discussion / Corny One for Friday
« on: November 10, 2006, 05:38:48 PM »
Thats the new discussion board rules out the windy then :D

Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: November 10, 2006, 12:36:38 PM »
You could be right Lecale...I lost all interest after last week :-\

General discussion / Corny One for Friday
« on: November 10, 2006, 11:22:24 AM »
I'll get her going with a few classics from

I was in college with a guy from the north side. We were talking about the girls in the class. He refered to one girl as a butter bird. Didn't know what he was on about till he said. Nice body but her face in minging.

Waiting room in James hospital. Two old dears are waiting to see the doc.

First old dear: "what are you in for"?
Second old dear: "Iím having the scope put down my throat"
First old dear: "you better go in first"
Second old dear: "why?"
First old dear: "because Iím having it stuck up me arse".

A work collegue had come in to show off her new baby. We were all gathered around cooing over her gorgerous son.... everyone knew she had undergone IVF but of course no one was letting on... until the tea lady leaned in and announced ;
"she got that baby off the UVF you know" !

I heard an old lady on a bus tell her friend
"If God spares me I'll be buried in Balbriggan"

Two young wans (teenage girls) upstairs on a bus on O'Connell St. The bus was forced to pull in as an EU motorcade passed. One girl asks "Wha' de f**k is dat?" Her friend replies, "Ah, I know wha' dat is, that's all dem bleedin' taoiseach shitheads!"

At a Pub Quiz in the Traders Pub during the sports round the following question was asked: "What would you use an eskimo roll for?"

One of the lads answers... "to wipe an eskimo's arse?"

In Lees Kitchen in Dalkey one Friday night and a guy was asking the Chinese Guy behind the counter for ribs. Even though the shop was packed he kept shouting he wanted ribs and every time the Chinese guy kept saying "No ribs....". With a growing crowd behind him the guy lets rip a HUGE fart. In the stunned silence that followed for a second, the guy says dead proud "Coooook dah in your pan!"

A few years ago my dad and his mate were walking home from a pub in dublin. On the way back the local priest (known for condeming to hell anyone who smoked, drank, swore etc), was passing by. He gave the a scornful look and said "ahhh..drunk again boys". My da replied "its ok father we understand ..sure we've had a few ourselves!!"

Myself and my mates queueing for night club on Eyre Sq. One of the lads was completely hammered, swaying from side to side with his eyes closed. Got as far as the bouncer, who immediately pulled him from the queue and ordered him to "go way and get a cup of coffee and then I'll think about lettin you in". Pi**-head lands back to the bouncer and hands him the mug of coffee, sayin "there's yur muga coffee, can I get in now"? Bouncer laughs and lets him in.

I was at the pizza counter in a well known supermarket in town, and there was no one to serve me. A helpful nearby assistant told me that the girl who made up the pizzas would be back in minute. When she finally returned I chose my toppings and she started to pick them out of the containers and spread them on the pizza. She apologised for the delay and then added "Sorry for the delay. I was just upstairs havin a shite"

Couple of Years ago, was checking out the Last Of the Mohicans in the Savoy on O'Connell St., After a few minutes of that nail biting scene where Daniel Day Lewis stalks some other guy through the woods eventually flinging and burying a hatchet in his head, the tension obviously got too much for one Dub in The audience who was straight up to his feet yelling "Good man yersel' Chriiiiisty!".

Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: November 10, 2006, 11:05:18 AM »
Go into your profile, go through all the options and where it gives you the option to insert a picture check the "I have my own pic" option and copy the url of the crest from a site on the internet...I got this from wikipedia...

Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: November 10, 2006, 10:36:29 AM »
ACFL Div 2

Winners:† An RŪocht
Runners-Up:† Attical

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