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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:17 am 
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No answer, gotcha.



He's a stupid bigot..... You'll get no sense from him.


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No one has devalued that word more than Bimbo. It loses its effect more everyday.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:18 am 
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iarmhiman wrote:
Keith wrote:
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Keith wrote:
And there's the answer, equally shit at both :lol:


I called the weather perfectly. We got record falls of snow and it started thawing today as predicted. :smug:

And on the lazy xenophobic stereotypes?


From the country that invented lazy derogatory names like Jock, Taff, Mick/Paddy you can fudge off. :thumbup:


True - names that must really cut to the bone :roll:


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:19 am 
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ovalball wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Keith wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Keith wrote:
And there's the answer, equally shit at both :lol:


I called the weather perfectly. We got record falls of snow and it started thawing today as predicted. :smug:

And on the lazy xenophobic stereotypes?


From the country that invented lazy derogatory names like Jock, Taff, Mick/Paddy you can fudge off. :thumbup:


True - names that must really cut to the bone :roll:


The word Paddy is very offensive I'll have you know when used to refer to a nation of people. Just because you think it's great fun though.....


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Hardly worth arguing the toss about bigotry and hatred of the English with an Irish nationalist with links to the RA is it fellas?


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:22 am 
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Hardly worth arguing the toss about bigotry and hatred of the English with an Irish nationalist with links to the RA is it fellas?


Lovely spin on that. Not going to explain it again.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:24 am 
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iarmhiman wrote:
ovalball wrote:

True - names that must really cut to the bone :roll:


The word Paddy is very offensive I'll have you know. Just because you think it's great fun.


I used to have an Irish boss - introduced himself as Paddy, signed all his correspondence as 'Paddy' - didn't seem in the least offended.

Personally, I don't use such names unless the person uses them 1st. Neither do I think it's fun, or otherwise.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:25 am 
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iarmhiman wrote:
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Hardly worth arguing the toss about bigotry and hatred of the English with an Irish nationalist with links to the RA is it fellas?


Lovely spin on that. Not going to explain it again.




No spin at all. You are an IRA supporter - you've said you are.


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ovalball wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
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True - names that must really cut to the bone :roll:


The word Paddy is very offensive I'll have you know. Just because you think it's great fun.


I used to have an Irish boss - introduced himself as Paddy, signed all his correspondence as 'Paddy' - didn't seem in the least offended.

Personally, I don't use such names unless the person uses them 1st. Neither do I think it's fun, or otherwise.


There is a big difference me calling myself Paddy short for Patrick ( if that was my name) and you referring me as "a Paddy" ie an Irishman


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Bimbo, togs and keith - what a bunch of anti-racist heroes we see assembled :lol:


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iarmhiman wrote:
ovalball wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
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True - names that must really cut to the bone :roll:


The word Paddy is very offensive I'll have you know. Just because you think it's great fun.


I used to have an Irish boss - introduced himself as Paddy, signed all his correspondence as 'Paddy' - didn't seem in the least offended.

Personally, I don't use such names unless the person uses them 1st. Neither do I think it's fun, or otherwise.


There is a big difference me calling myself Paddy short for Patrick ( if that was my name) and you referring me as "a Paddy" ie an Irishman


Have I ever done so ?


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iarmhiman wrote:
ovalball wrote:
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True - names that must really cut to the bone :roll:


The word Paddy is very offensive I'll have you know. Just because you think it's great fun.


I used to have an Irish boss - introduced himself as Paddy, signed all his correspondence as 'Paddy' - didn't seem in the least offended.

Personally, I don't use such names unless the person uses them 1st. Neither do I think it's fun, or otherwise.


There is a big difference me calling myself Paddy short for Patrick ( if that was my name) and you referring me as "a Paddy" ie an Irishman




But I bet if you were, for example, in Australia and a tour guide on the fun bus said - "Any Paddies on board?" you'd have your arm up like a shot.


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Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
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Hardly worth arguing the toss about bigotry and hatred of the English with an Irish nationalist with links to the RA is it fellas?


Lovely spin on that. Not going to explain it again.




No spin at all. You are an IRA supporter - you've said you are.


No I didn't. I said my grandfather was in the IRA 1920s in the war of independence and I was proud of them. That IRA became the current Irish army.

I said the IRA of the troubles ( the one you are thinking of) were thugs.

Go and find the post if you like.

iarmhiman wrote:
The original IRA of the 1920s my grand father fought in were true freedom fighters.

Provisional IRA of the troubles were thugs.


There's the quote Toga you big liar.

Your comment would make one believe I supported those murdering plum during the troubles.


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Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
ovalball wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
ovalball wrote:

True - names that must really cut to the bone :roll:


The word Paddy is very offensive I'll have you know. Just because you think it's great fun.


I used to have an Irish boss - introduced himself as Paddy, signed all his correspondence as 'Paddy' - didn't seem in the least offended.

Personally, I don't use such names unless the person uses them 1st. Neither do I think it's fun, or otherwise.


There is a big difference me calling myself Paddy short for Patrick ( if that was my name) and you referring me as "a Paddy" ie an Irishman






But I bet if you were, for example, in Australia and a tour guide on the fun bus said - "Any Paddies on board?" you'd have your arm up like a shot.

We would think he was a plum.


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ovalball wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
ovalball wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
ovalball wrote:

True - names that must really cut to the bone :roll:


The word Paddy is very offensive I'll have you know. Just because you think it's great fun.


I used to have an Irish boss - introduced himself as Paddy, signed all his correspondence as 'Paddy' - didn't seem in the least offended.

Personally, I don't use such names unless the person uses them 1st. Neither do I think it's fun, or otherwise.


There is a big difference me calling myself Paddy short for Patrick ( if that was my name) and you referring me as "a Paddy" ie an Irishman


Have I ever done so ?

I meant one not you.


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iarmhiman wrote:
Keith wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Keith wrote:
And there's the answer, equally shit at both :lol:


I called the weather perfectly. We got record falls of snow and it started thawing today as predicted. :smug:

And on the lazy xenophobic stereotypes?


From the country that invented lazy derogatory names like Jock, Taff, Mick/Paddy you can fudge off. :thumbup:

Did they invent that though? All privates in my regiment were known, informally, as jocks.


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Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


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OptimisticJock wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Keith wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Keith wrote:
And there's the answer, equally shit at both :lol:


I called the weather perfectly. We got record falls of snow and it started thawing today as predicted. :smug:

And on the lazy xenophobic stereotypes?


From the country that invented lazy derogatory names like Jock, Taff, Mick/Paddy you can fudge off. :thumbup:

Did they invent that though? All privates in my regiment were known, informally, as jocks.

They?


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Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


Like you're getting on with my stereotype of south easterners . like you're getting on with Eddie having reaped what he sowed.


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Chips wrote:
Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


It just means English, a shortened version of Saeson. There’s no conspiracy here, no different from you calling the French French. Where does your Taffy word come from?


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Chips wrote:
Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


It just means English, a shortened version of Saeson. There’s no conspiracy here, no different from you calling the French French. Where does your Taffy word come from?



River Taff I imagine though it might derive from plum.


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iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


Like you're getting on with my stereotype of south easterners . like you're getting on with Eddie having reaped what he sowed.




Do you understand logical fallacies?


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Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


Like you're getting on with my stereotype of south easterners . like you're getting on with Eddie having reaped what he sowed.




Do you understand logical fallacies?


:yawn:

By the way found that quote above. At least the rest on here will see that damaging accusation for what it was.


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Chips wrote:
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Chips wrote:
Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


It just means English, a shortened version of Saeson. There’s no conspiracy here, no different from you calling the French French. Where does your Taffy word come from?



River Taff I imagine though it might derive from plum.


Not exactly charming


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Gavin Duffy wrote:
They?

iarmhiman wrote:
From the country that invented lazy derogatory names


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OptimisticJock wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:
They?

iarmhiman wrote:
From the country that invented lazy derogatory names


From Wikipedia.

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Jock, jocky, jockie
(UK) a Scottish person, Scots language nickname for the personal name John, cognate to the English, Jack. Occasionally used as an insult,[171] but also in respectful reference to elite Scottish, particularly Highland troops, e.g. the 9th (Scottish) Division. Same vein as the English insult for the French, as Frogs. In Ian Rankin's detective novel Tooth and Nail the protagonist - a Scottish detective loaned to the London police - suffers from prejudice by English colleagues who frequently use "Jock" and "Jockland" (Scotland) as terms of insult; the book was based on the author's own experience as a Scot living in London.


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iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


Like you're getting on with my stereotype of south easterners . like you're getting on with Eddie having reaped what he sowed.




Do you understand logical fallacies?


:yawn:

By the way found that quote above. At least the rest on here will see that damaging accusation for what it was.





I stand by the accusation based on what I've read of your output, and even from that very small sample, it's clear you harbour bigoted and often sinister opinions about the English.


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Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
Welsh call English Saes. That could mean plum for all I know in Welsh but the English just get on with it.


Like you're getting on with my stereotype of south easterners . like you're getting on with Eddie having reaped what he sowed.




Do you understand logical fallacies?


:yawn:

By the way found that quote above. At least the rest on here will see that damaging accusation for what it was.





I stand by the accusation based on what I've read of your output, and even from that very small sample, it's clear you harbour bigoted and often sinister opinions about the English.


Bear in mind most non Irish people are not versed in Irish history so saying something like "IRA supporter" would lead them to think I was supporting the terrorists from the 1970s to 1990s .

That was your intention though.


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iarmhiman wrote:

Bear in mind most non Irish people are not versed in Irish history so saying something like "IRA supporter" would lead them to think I was supporting the terrorists from the 1970s to 1990s .

That was your intention though.




I think it's likely you're a fan of much more contemporary versions of the RA to be honest.


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Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:

Bear in mind most non Irish people are not versed in Irish history so saying something like "IRA supporter" would lead them to think I was supporting the terrorists from the 1970s to 1990s .

That was your intention though.




I think it's likely you're a fan of much more contemporary versions of the RA to be honest.


Well you'll have to find proof of that which you won't find.

But it's the standard slur towards an Irishman from a little Englander. Yes


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iarmhiman wrote:
OptimisticJock wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:
They?

iarmhiman wrote:
From the country that invented lazy derogatory names


From Wikipedia.

Quote:
Jock, jocky, jockie
(UK) a Scottish person, Scots language nickname for the personal name John, cognate to the English, Jack. Occasionally used as an insult,[171] but also in respectful reference to elite Scottish, particularly Highland troops, e.g. the 9th (Scottish) Division. Same vein as the English insult for the French, as Frogs. In Ian Rankin's detective novel Tooth and Nail the protagonist - a Scottish detective loaned to the London police - suffers from prejudice by English colleagues who frequently use "Jock" and "Jockland" (Scotland) as terms of insult; the book was based on the author's own experience as a Scot living in London.

I have maybe picked you up wrong by thinking you're inferring they invented the term rather than having latched on to it.


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iarmhiman wrote:
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iarmhiman wrote:

Bear in mind most non Irish people are not versed in Irish history so saying something like "IRA supporter" would lead them to think I was supporting the terrorists from the 1970s to 1990s .

That was your intention though.




I think it's likely you're a fan of much more contemporary versions of the RA to be honest.


Well you'll have to find proof of that which you won't find.

But it's the standard slur towards an Irishman from a little Englander. Yes


All the English people I know would never leap to this sort of deliberate misidentification, I’ve only heard this type of tactic from the online and angry EDL types. Luckily they are in the minority and are often called out by the majority of good English people.


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Well you'll have to find proof of that which you won't find.

But it's the standard slur towards an Irishman from a little Englander. Yes


It's not taken long for the double standards to come out, has it? Nobody supports or gets behinds Toga's outrageous idiocy, least of all English posters who Toga frequently has fallen out with. But you can't say you have any high ground as you've frequently thrown round English slurs, particularly "little Englander" perhaps more than any poster.


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Plato'sCave wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:

Bear in mind most non Irish people are not versed in Irish history so saying something like "IRA supporter" would lead them to think I was supporting the terrorists from the 1970s to 1990s .

That was your intention though.




I think it's likely you're a fan of much more contemporary versions of the RA to be honest.


Well you'll have to find proof of that which you won't find.

But it's the standard slur towards an Irishman from a little Englander. Yes


All the English people I know would never leap to this sort of deliberate misidentification, I’ve only heard this type of tactic from the online and angry EDL types. Luckily they are in the minority and are often called out by the majority of good English people.


Ah I know. It's only Toga


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Plato'sCave wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:

Bear in mind most non Irish people are not versed in Irish history so saying something like "IRA supporter" would lead them to think I was supporting the terrorists from the 1970s to 1990s .

That was your intention though.




I think it's likely you're a fan of much more contemporary versions of the RA to be honest.


Well you'll have to find proof of that which you won't find.

But it's the standard slur towards an Irishman from a little Englander. Yes


All the English people I know would never leap to this sort of deliberate misidentification, I’ve only heard this type of tactic from the online and angry EDL types. Luckily they are in the minority and are often called out by the majority of good English people.




Deliberate misidentification - he's related to a RA member ffs.


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Well you'll have to find proof of that which you won't find.

But it's the standard slur towards an Irishman from a little Englander. Yes


It's not taken long for the double standards to come out, has it? Nobody supports or gets behinds Toga's outrageous idiocy, but you can't say you have any high ground as you've frequently thrown round English slurs, particularly "little Englander" perhaps more than any poster.


Not looking for high ground. Don't want to be seen as a terrorist supporter which I will defend as that's quite serious.


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Chips wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:

Bear in mind most non Irish people are not versed in Irish history so saying something like "IRA supporter" would lead them to think I was supporting the terrorists from the 1970s to 1990s .

That was your intention though.




I think it's likely you're a fan of much more contemporary versions of the RA to be honest.


Well you'll have to find proof of that which you won't find.

But it's the standard slur towards an Irishman from a little Englander. Yes


All the English people I know would never leap to this sort of deliberate misidentification, I’ve only heard this type of tactic from the online and angry EDL types. Luckily they are in the minority and are often called out by the majority of good English people.




Deliberate misidentification - he's related to a RA member ffs.


Irrelevant - we can't choose our relations - and it was long ago.

Judge him on his word on here - there's more than enough evidence of his anti English bigotry to be getting on with.

He's only on this thread to take some swipes at the English.


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Chips wrote:
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iarmhiman wrote:
Chips wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:

Bear in mind most non Irish people are not versed in Irish history so saying something like "IRA supporter" would lead them to think I was supporting the terrorists from the 1970s to 1990s .

That was your intention though.




I think it's likely you're a fan of much more contemporary versions of the RA to be honest.


Well you'll have to find proof of that which you won't find.

But it's the standard slur towards an Irishman from a little Englander. Yes


All the English people I know would never leap to this sort of deliberate misidentification, I’ve only heard this type of tactic from the online and angry EDL types. Luckily they are in the minority and are often called out by the majority of good English people.


Deliberate misidentification - he's related to a RA member ffs.


Are you suggesting someone should be judged by their genotype?


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Are you suggesting someone should be judged by their genotype?




He added he's proud his grandfather murdered British army, auxiliaries and Tans.


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Are you suggesting someone should be judged by their genotype?




He added he's proud his grandfather murdered British army, auxiliaries and Tans.


and????

It was a war of independence. They were murdering civilians.


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