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Bump for lunch

Want some mustard with that ?
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Of all the crap that you frogs serve up as so called cuisine it does have to be said that andouillette is the worst.

Anyhoo, bring it on frenchies. Dont think we will win as i think you are stronger than a lot of people are giving you credit for and we are coming off a very bruising encounter with the Irish where we made twice teh number of tackles they did.

Feel free to play pish though and focus on "bigger" games coming up ;)
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Lorthern Nights wrote:Of all the crap that you frogs serve up as so called cuisine it does have to be said that andouillette is the worst.

Anyhoo, bring it on frenchies. Dont think we will win as i think you are stronger than a lot of people are giving you credit for and we are coming off a very bruising encounter with the Irish where we made twice teh number of tackles they did.

Feel free to play pish though and focus on "bigger" games coming up ;)
I love both can't beat tripe. (except trippes à la neuchatelloise)
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Looking forward to this game, unfortunately I think your power is just going to be too much for us plucky Scots.

In saying that, most people thought we would be battered into submission by the Irish and that didn't happen. If there is one area the French are behind the rest of the big nations it's fitness, so maybe we can do to them what we did to the Irish, there is hope I'd say.
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Game of the weekend tbf
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Womack wrote:Game of the weekend tbf
If both team try to play it should be entertaining.
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Laurent wrote:
Womack wrote:Game of the weekend tbf
If both team try to play it should be entertaining.
Hope so, pub booked for Sunday Lunch and the game. Is there a better tradition! Can't wait.
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slick wrote:
Laurent wrote:
Womack wrote:Game of the weekend tbf
If both team try to play it should be entertaining.
Hope so, pub booked for Sunday Lunch and the game. Is there a better tradition! Can't wait.
ordered some proper food I hope (of the offal section) ;)
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Laurent wrote:Bump for lunch

Want some mustard with that ?
Shove your mustard up your arse.
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hp18 wrote:
Laurent wrote:Bump for lunch

Want some mustard with that ?
Shove your mustard up your arse.
well that is very rude of you.
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This match will be the acid test to determine if it was all a false dawn or just a dawn for Scottish rugby
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Laurent wrote:
hp18 wrote:
Laurent wrote:Bump for lunch

Want some mustard with that ?
Shove your mustard up your arse.
well that is very rude of you.
Choo Choo motherfucker

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I hope you don't plan to cook anything in that fire (appart from the Yet Another False Dawn).
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Clive Simms wrote:This match will be the acid test to determine if it was all a false dawn or just a dawn for Scottish rugby
I agree completely. France aren't in the best shape right now and just taken a tough loss whereas we're full of confidence and playing well so this is a real chance for us in Paris.

Should be a cracker. France played some great stuff vs England but couldn't convert their chances and Scotland will match their expansive style.
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I like haggis wrote:
Clive Simms wrote:This match will be the acid test to determine if it was all a false dawn or just a dawn for Scottish rugby
I agree completely. France aren't in the best shape right now and just taken a tough loss whereas we're full of confidence and playing well so this is a real chance for us in Paris.

Should be a cracker. France played some great stuff vs England but couldn't convert their chances and Scotland will match their expansive style.
Keep in mind the 1990 side never won in Paris against some dodgy French teams. Ditto 1984. Winning there has not been a measure of greatness in the past. And this side will have to win many more (and will probably lose plenty more) before it gets to a level where it merits comparison against those sides. Plenty of time before we talk of acid tests and false dawns.
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Agree 100%. A win in Paris is nice to have, but never expected to win there, not even in the Slam winning days.
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Smutley wrote:Agree 100%. A win in Paris is nice to have, but never expected to win there, not even in the Slam winning days.
Haven't you got some photoshopping to do? ;)
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Ha! All in good time.
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Smutley wrote:Ha! All in good time.
:thumbup: May have another one for you if you're game btw....
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GWWG wrote:
I like haggis wrote:
Clive Simms wrote:This match will be the acid test to determine if it was all a false dawn or just a dawn for Scottish rugby
I agree completely. France aren't in the best shape right now and just taken a tough loss whereas we're full of confidence and playing well so this is a real chance for us in Paris.

Should be a cracker. France played some great stuff vs England but couldn't convert their chances and Scotland will match their expansive style.
Keep in mind the 1990 side never won in Paris against some dodgy French teams. Ditto 1984. Winning there has not been a measure of greatness in the past. And this side will have to win many more (and will probably lose plenty more) before it gets to a level where it merits comparison against those sides. Plenty of time before we talk of acid tests and false dawns.
Clive didn't say anything about teams of the past though, I'm not going to start comparing this team to teams of old as they won competitions and this team hasn't. I just think this is a great opportunity to get one over France and impartial observers would be hard pressed to say we aren't a serious team if we followed up beating Ireland with a win in Paris.
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Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
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I like haggis wrote:
GWWG wrote:
I like haggis wrote:
Clive Simms wrote:This match will be the acid test to determine if it was all a false dawn or just a dawn for Scottish rugby
I agree completely. France aren't in the best shape right now and just taken a tough loss whereas we're full of confidence and playing well so this is a real chance for us in Paris.

Should be a cracker. France played some great stuff vs England but couldn't convert their chances and Scotland will match their expansive style.
Keep in mind the 1990 side never won in Paris against some dodgy French teams. Ditto 1984. Winning there has not been a measure of greatness in the past. And this side will have to win many more (and will probably lose plenty more) before it gets to a level where it merits comparison against those sides. Plenty of time before we talk of acid tests and false dawns.
Clive didn't say anything about teams of the past though, I'm not going to start comparing this team to teams of old as they won competitions and this team hasn't. I just think this is a great opportunity to get one over France and impartial observers would be hard pressed to say we aren't a serious team if we followed up beating Ireland with a win in Paris.
This is as much a test for France as us, i think they are far better than a lot of people are making out. They will be targeting top half of the table and will need a win against us to achieve that.
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globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
you know nothing pigdog
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Laurent wrote:
globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
you know nothing pigdog
For the one and only time this week, we are in agreement.
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globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
*splutter*

I still maintain that Haggis is one of the greatest things Scotland has given the world.....that and Whisky.
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hp18 wrote:
Laurent wrote:
globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
you know nothing pigdog
For the one and only time this week, we are in agreement.
:thumbup:

Toured scotland ages ago with my brother.

We brought 2 haggis back to france and had my grandad over for lunch.

He liked it as did my mum and dad

:thumbup:

not as good as Andouillettes mind you :nod:
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globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
you're ENGLISH.

...
...ENGGGGGGGLIIIIISHHHHHHHHHH.
You've got NO say on what may or may not be horrible to eat !!!

(btw it seems the sect has allowed this thread to happen and seems to be the one we'll be discussing the game on. I must be more patient and observant on its ways... perhaps there wasn't enough food on mine... I do note however the constant: the picture of the stadium. So it seems that is central, but elements can change around that, something like overt cliché-oriented humor pleases the members and wins their trust... they seem to be amused and feel comfortable in here because of those things, some are even actually talking about the Rugby...)

that was between brackets so it's officially me plotting to myself, you can't even reply to it, or you may but btwn brackets yourselves as an amazing telepathic retort.
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Lorthern Nights wrote:
I like haggis wrote:
GWWG wrote:
I like haggis wrote:
Clive Simms wrote:This match will be the acid test to determine if it was all a false dawn or just a dawn for Scottish rugby
I agree completely. France aren't in the best shape right now and just taken a tough loss whereas we're full of confidence and playing well so this is a real chance for us in Paris.

Should be a cracker. France played some great stuff vs England but couldn't convert their chances and Scotland will match their expansive style.
Keep in mind the 1990 side never won in Paris against some dodgy French teams. Ditto 1984. Winning there has not been a measure of greatness in the past. And this side will have to win many more (and will probably lose plenty more) before it gets to a level where it merits comparison against those sides. Plenty of time before we talk of acid tests and false dawns.
Clive didn't say anything about teams of the past though, I'm not going to start comparing this team to teams of old as they won competitions and this team hasn't. I just think this is a great opportunity to get one over France and impartial observers would be hard pressed to say we aren't a serious team if we followed up beating Ireland with a win in Paris.
This is as much a test for France as us, i think they are far better than a lot of people are making out. They will be targeting top half of the table and will need a win against us to achieve that.
I think France are like last years Scotland - they're showing good things and creating chances but not converting them and then being killed by their own mistakes. It's as good a chance to beat them in Paris as I think in two years time Noves will have made them into a challenger. I think we can definitely win this one.
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Laurent wrote:
hp18 wrote:
Laurent wrote:
globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
you know nothing pigdog
For the one and only time this week, we are in agreement.
:thumbup:

Toured scotland ages ago with my brother.

We brought 2 haggis back to france and had my grandad over for lunch.

He liked it as did my mum and dad

:thumbup:

not as good as Andouillettes mind you :nod:
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Laurent wrote:
globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
you know nothing pigdog
Ignore him, he's just being offal.






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Pah. Sausages are where it's at. Or pretty well anything else.

Incidentally I cannot stand kebabs either. They are an abomination.

The only good thing about going out on a Caledonian evening with haggis is malt whisky.

Hopefully a few full glasses helps the anaesthetise the appearance of the meal.

I have tried to cook one, with all the proper ingredients.

I just think it is an exercise in forbearance. You don't want to let your hosts down so you tuck in with all the enthusiasm of a sloth.
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globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.

Faggots and tripe give you no say in this conversation whatsoever.
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frillage wrote:
globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
Faggots and tripe give you no say in this conversation whatsoever.
I avoid those as well.

I've eaten eyes, and bull's testicles plus a lot of other random meals around the world.

Haggis is simply off the menu as it is completely pointless.
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get off my thread

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Now now. That's a possible red card.

You can do a bit of damage with a shovel but not with a haggis.

I tried to drop kick a Macsween one years ago.

They don't go far.
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globus wrote:
frillage wrote:
globus wrote:Both haggis and andouillette are horrible.
Faggots and tripe give you no say in this conversation whatsoever.
I avoid those as well.

I've eaten eyes, and bull's testicles plus a lot of other random meals around the world.

Haggis is simply off the menu as it is completely pointless.
Apart from tasting great, using up parts of the animal rarely used and turning the stomach of weak English like you.
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Haggis is lush.
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ZappaMan wrote:Haggis is lush.
better than coddle :P
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Fighting talk! It really is ruddy awful and only comes out on Scottish ceremonials.

For the other 364 days of the year sales plummet and who is surprised?
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