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Nolanator wrote:
Jim Lahey wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:This lockdown was a godsend for the other provinces.
I’ll reserve judgement on that until we see the shape of Marty Moore and Luke Marshall turn up at our next competitive match . .
How will you be able to tell if they've put on weight?
This will happen

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HighKingLeinster wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote::lol: Definitely on the blob
Dour southerners
No crack in them
Here Winnie you'd be better off posting on the official English rugby thread with your mates Bimbo and Message etc
Cutting edge humour there :thumbup:
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I wasnt joking
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HighKingLeinster wrote:I wasnt joking
Ah you were being childish then
Bet you were the kid who took their ball away with them when you didn’t get what you wanted
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It's very cute the Ulster lads think they're getting a rise.
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Winnie wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:I wasnt joking
Ah you were being childish then
Bet you were the kid who took their ball away with them when you didn’t get what you wanted
Of course. Especially when it wasnt my ball :smug:
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I’m just sad how badly Leinsters finest are taking all of this
Cammy is permanently offended
Mullet is permanently angry
Yoyo is permanently stupid
HKL is permanently chasing his tail looking to join in

This lockdown hasn’t been good for you guys we need the rugby back
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Winnie has been shiteing on about his boys in the queen's forces
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EverReady wrote:Winnie has been shiteing on about his boys in the queen's forces
Don’t go at me
It was mullet regurgitating the Irish army’s activities in peacekeeping
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Jim Lahey wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:Leinster bordies taking things pretty hard

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Best go easy on them.
That little asterisk comment is all they have got to console themselves that they are the New Money of Irish rugby.
That and the 4 European Cups
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Winnie wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote::lol: Definitely on the blob
Dour southerners
No crack in them
Here Winnie you'd be better off posting on the official English rugby thread with your mates Bimbo and Message etc
Cutting edge humour there :thumbup:
“About as humorous as a stomach ulcer”?
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Mullet 2 wrote:
Jim Lahey wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:Leinster bordies taking things pretty hard

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Best go easy on them.
That little asterisk comment is all they have got to console themselves that they are the New Money of Irish rugby.
That and the 4 European Cups
Ulster says no
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Winnie wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:I wasnt joking
Ah you were being childish then
Bet you were the kid who took their ball away with them when you didn’t get what you wanted
I'm surprised how well you type with all the Pigdog dick in your mouth tbf

Run along and talk about how hard the death of Diana hit you with your mates.
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Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Jim Lahey wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:Leinster bordies taking things pretty hard

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Best go easy on them.
That little asterisk comment is all they have got to console themselves that they are the New Money of Irish rugby.
That and the 4 European Cups
Ulster says no trophies for a decade
Fixed
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Mullet 2 wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Jim Lahey wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:Leinster bordies taking things pretty hard

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Best go easy on them.
That little asterisk comment is all they have got to console themselves that they are the New Money of Irish rugby.
That and the 4 European Cups
Ulster says no trophies for a decade
Fixed
:lol: :lol:

Touche


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Mullet 2 wrote:
Winnie wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:I wasnt joking
Ah you were being childish then
Bet you were the kid who took their ball away with them when you didn’t get what you wanted
I'm surprised how well you type with all the Pigdog dick in your mouth tbf

Run along and talk about how hard the death of Diana hit you with your mates.
Do you type with your mouth?
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Mullet 2 wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Jim Lahey wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:Leinster bordies taking things pretty hard

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Best go easy on them.
That little asterisk comment is all they have got to console themselves that they are the New Money of Irish rugby.
That and the 4 European Cups
Ulster says no trophies for a decade
Fixed

And I used to like you Mullet, that hurts mate. :lol:
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Decade and a half.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_HMpIMq6p4
Wallabies hammering RSA just been uploaded.
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Winnie wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Winnie wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:I wasnt joking
Ah you were being childish then
Bet you were the kid who took their ball away with them when you didn’t get what you wanted
I'm surprised how well you type with all the Pigdog dick in your mouth tbf

Run along and talk about how hard the death of Diana hit you with your mates.
Do you type with your mouth?
Your missus can tell you all about the wonderful things I can do with me mouth.

Then you can tell her that you're leaving her for Bimbot.
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Mullet 2 wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Winnie wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:I wasnt joking
Ah you were being childish then
Bet you were the kid who took their ball away with them when you didn’t get what you wanted
I'm surprised how well you type with all the Pigdog dick in your mouth tbf

Run along and talk about how hard the death of Diana hit you with your mates.
Do you type with your mouth?
Your missus can tell you all about the wonderful things I can do with me mouth.
.
She said all you can do is shovel an insane amount of food into it
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She does have a massive box
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God I'd murder a pint of Guinness right now
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HighKingLeinster wrote:God I'd murder a pint of Guinness right now
#metoo

I also just heard an ice cream van... hope he isn't serving peach ice cream!
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boringperson12 wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:God I'd murder a pint of Guinness right now
#metoo

I also just heard an ice cream van... hope he isn't serving peach ice cream!
Was it Rob Howley?
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Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
boringperson12 wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:God I'd murder a pint of Guinness right now
#metoo

I also just heard an ice cream van... hope he isn't serving peach ice cream!
Was it Rob Howley?
He only has the chocolate sprinkles, he doesn't have hundreds and thousands.
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boringperson12 wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:God I'd murder a pint of Guinness right now
#metoo

I also just heard an ice cream van... hope he isn't serving peach ice cream!
I took the kids out for Mauds ice cream earlier.
Pooh Bear never tasted so good :thumbup:
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I thought my little historical witticism would had caught a laugh or two...
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Bogbunny wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
Jim Lahey wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:This lockdown was a godsend for the other provinces.
I’ll reserve judgement on that until we see the shape of Marty Moore and Luke Marshall turn up at our next competitive match . .
How will you be able to tell if they've put on weight?
If they get wedged together in the tunnel running out onto the pitch?
:lol:
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boringperson12 wrote:I thought my little historical witticism would had caught a laugh or two...
Was that a typhoid Mary reference? It was a little oblique if it was.
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Just watch the 2013 rabo final on TG4 there .... great game

ulster had a bloody good side back then
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Ulster nominating the RDS as their home ground for that final. Like, for fücks sakes
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JoeMangled wrote:Ulster nominating the RDS as their home ground for that final. Like, for fücks sakes
TBF, it netted them the best travelling support they could get. I had a ST back then and the ground felt very different for the final. Lots of white shirts in the terrace singing SUFTUM, disconcerting TBH.
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https://twitter.com/jp_petrie/status/12 ... 44898?s=21

Some of you Leinster lads need to break it to him.
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JoeMangled wrote:Ulster nominating the RDS as their home ground for that final. Like, for fücks sakes
Didn't have a choice
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Ulsters Red Hand wrote:https://twitter.com/jp_petrie/status/12 ... 44898?s=21

Some of you Leinster lads need to break it to him.
I emailed him there and pointed out an asterisk is a slightly different shape to that but an easy mistake
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Francis saili signing for biarritz? Can’t be right ? God he’s wasted his talent if so
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Where are Biarritz at these days, league wise?
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Gavin Duffy wrote:Where are Biarritz at these days, league wise?
Pro D2. They have Dave O Callaghan, Billy Scannell, James Hart and Steffon Armitage. Surprised they have the finances to sign Saili, they’re having a big cull of players at the moment, very unstable financially
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Lazy Couch potato wrote:Francis saili signing for biarritz? Can’t be right ? God he’s wasted his talent if so
I can think of worse places to play rugby.
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