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General discussion / Re: How Metrosexual Are You?
« on: September 10, 2007, 04:40:00 PM »
I would let you away with that Laoislad. Personally I think that I would class the following things as metrosexual:

Straightening your hair
Chest/Sack shaving/waxing
Puposely moisturising (Not aftershave balm) as in you have separate moisturising cream for your face
Dying your hair
Wearing beads
Using a separate shampoo and conditioner
Any kind of tanning
Too much jewelry (one watch and one chain... I'm not too keen on rings either but you sometimes have to wear them)

That's all I can think of. Anyone else any more to add?

General discussion / Re: How Metrosexual Are You?
« on: September 10, 2007, 04:21:58 PM »
Get a good O'Neill's kitbag from your club... for real men who need to carry a bag on Holidays!

General discussion / Re: How Metrosexual Are You?
« on: September 10, 2007, 04:02:38 PM »
Dinny and his man bag!

General discussion / Re: How Metrosexual Are You?
« on: September 10, 2007, 03:33:43 PM »
They are so not!

OK maybe not the sack but what about the 'ole Back and Crack wax?? Surely it's acceptable to get rid of that unwanted hair!

General discussion / Re: Rugby world cup
« on: September 10, 2007, 02:16:48 PM »
I think you can get them on ITV as well.

General discussion / Re: How Metrosexual Are You?
« on: September 10, 2007, 12:05:40 PM »
You must have me confused Zig. I had a championship match over the weekend and I've been off the beer for the last few weeks so haven't ventured into the GAAboard Pub yet. I could do with hitting it this weekend though for a few scoops. Is there much talent about it or are there still 10 lads fighting over Rois as usual?

General discussion / Re: How Metrosexual Are You?
« on: September 10, 2007, 12:01:08 PM »
Here this is supposed to be a general topic about GAAboard posters and not about my parish thank you! Although I will need you to PM me those names so I can get the slagging underway ;)

General discussion / Re: How Metrosexual Are You?
« on: September 10, 2007, 11:54:23 AM »
Not anymore! They get driven out as soon as they dye their hair as they are immediately assumed to be on drugs. (Nobody's actually been driven out but it has happened around our place that the oul' boys will say that any lad who dyes their hair blonde "must be takin' them e tablets!")

Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: September 10, 2007, 11:51:29 AM »
Ah now Max and Drumanee I wouldn't just be getting too carried away with your victory on Saturday! I suppose you got the job done and that's fair enough but whatever about the big four/two. Judgements will be made on your next 2 matches in the championship and not your last 2!

General discussion / How Metrosexual Are You?
« on: September 10, 2007, 11:47:37 AM »
Had a conversation over the weekend about this whole 'metrosexual' stuff.

Personally I think it's a load of crap that's mainly used for posers and gay men but I know of a few people who have been forced into it by their other halves.

What are the grooming habits of lads on the board like? Do you use moisturiser every day? Do you have separate shampoo and conditioner to achieve the desired look for your hair?

Personally I don't do any of it I'll use whatever shower gel or shampoo is lying about, usually lynx or wash and go (you know the one where the bird washes her hair and then pisses off!) and any moisturising comes from it being tied into whatever gel or cream I'm using for a shave.

What do the rest of you think about it? Ladies are also invited to comment as to what they think of the whole idea.

General discussion / Re: Price of Razor Blades
« on: September 10, 2007, 11:42:12 AM »
I have to say I got one of these bad boys for Christmas and haven't looked back!

It's a bit of an expensive outlay but you do get the benefit from it and you're not likely to tear your face to pieces (using the moisturiser with this shaver is also acceptable if you're part of the "Men using moisturiser is gay" gang... which I am also a member of). Actually I might start a thread on it!

General discussion / Re: Fantasy World Cup Rugby
« on: September 10, 2007, 11:31:04 AM »
Ah lads relax it's a marathon not a sprint. I'm happy enough with my lads work although there will be a few changes for the next round of games!

General discussion / Re: What type of sportsman would you like to be
« on: September 10, 2007, 11:15:23 AM »
Yeah I think I'd go with the golfing one, money, women, not too much strenuous training and you get to travel the world...

Gaelic... no money a lot of training and no alcohol!
Pro soccer player... tabloids, papparazzi - not for me
Pro Rugby player... not enough money or recognition
World Champion Boxer... I don't wanna get beat up for a living.
Olympic Gold Medalist... same as rugby
Senior County Gaelic Footballer... no money
Senior County Hurler... no money
Top Jockey... nah wouldn't like being small
Pro American Footballer... possibly but it's a bit too much like being a soccer player
Pro Basketball Player... not a huge fan of basketball where it is considered strange if you don't score
Formula 1 Driver... hate cars and anything to do with racing them

General discussion / Re: Rugby world cup
« on: September 10, 2007, 10:59:54 AM »
I have to admit that I was pretty shocked at our performance the other night. Our accuracy was way off with several easy balls being dropped and we got completely out fought in the rucks especially in the second half. THe Namibians played the way we usually play when we're the underdogs!!

Having said that I was having a conversation with a man who's heavily involved with our hurling side and he said "I'm a man experienced in managing for many a year and I don't give a f*ck. You never show your hand too early! As soon as the tail's waggin' the dog... you're f*cked!"

I understand the first part as in we don't want to show too much or anything worked on in training camps reserved for the bigger games but I'm more worried with the basic errors and lack of passion that we witnessed last night. All in all it's still no time to panic and as people have said it's about peaking at the right times and for the right games. Let's judge the team on the games that really matter. If things don't go right after that then it's time to lose it!

Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: September 09, 2007, 03:04:45 PM »
Very disappointed in our performance yesterday... we never put it up to Bellaghy at all in the match and we struggled in far too many areas. As was said before the writing was on the wall after 5 mins and the match was over after 25. It could have been worse but for a combination of Bellaghy taking their foot off the pedal and Diamond getting sent off.

Have to say though that Bellaghy's midfield, HB Line and Brown are there stongpoints but I think they will struggle far too much up fron if you put McGuckin on Brown. His support cast just wouldn't be up to it against a better team than Screen.

Thought Diver and Doc were immense and they are without question the best midfield pairing around... as for Diver and his runs, they are most definitely charging and when someone does stop him he he pulls a face and jumps up and down and gets a free. Whatever if it works for him fair play but don't be blinkered Max!

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