July 12th

Anyone got any plans for the big day?

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i plan to burn down an orange hall & if i cant find one in Malahide Ill burn down the rugby club

I doubt you’ll have any problem finding one in Malahide in fairness…

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I plan to head down south for the day. Can be nervous time up here.

busiest few weeks of the year in dublin airport iirc as people get away from there for these 2 weeks

has it calmed down at all larry

dont forget to stop off in the chuck wagon on the way down:thumbsup:

Haven’t decided whether I’ll go to Dundalk dogs for the International or the Cahirmee Fair.

I’ll eat at least one orange.

[quote=“north county corncrake”]busiest few weeks of the year in dublin airport iirc as people get away from there for these 2 weeks
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True. Used to work in the airport for a bit and was working there the morning of the Ulster Final in 2005 which was the 10th. Half of the people in the airport had Tyrone and Armagh jerseys on as they were all getting out of the place for the twelfth. They obviously had to miss the match too as all the packages go out on Sunday mornings.

Abbeyfeale for flour and meal
Cahermee for horses
Newcastlewest was always best
And Boherbue for bastards

Wonder will Graeme McDowell be wearing the orange pants again?

What a cunt.

Such a cunt of a thing to celebrate too, the sheer inbredness of it, the inbred songs, drums, boring songs.

Truly living in a timewarp. Anyone see that Des Bishop one from Mount Vernon. Personality defect central it should have been called.

Brits out.

What he said.

Horrible cunts. A mate of mine has his birthday on the 12th, so he’ll celebrate it by watching us kick seven shades of shite out of the Lilywhites, which isn’t too bad.

I knew Put 'Em Under Pressure was based on Dearg Doom by the Horslips but I didn’t know that Dearg Doom is based on a tune from the Nine Years War which was fought from 1594 and was known as Tyrone’s Rebellion. For that reason I shall be playing Put 'Em Under Pressure on repeat from sunrise to sunset on the 12th, living as I do in a Proddy stronghold here in south Dublin, just south of what was Kingstown.

Brits out.


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[quote=“Thrawneen”]I knew Put 'Em Under Pressure was based on Dearg Doom by the Horslips but I didn’t know that Dearg Doom is based on a tune from the Nine Years War which was fought from 1594 and was known as Tyrone’s Rebellion. For that reason I shall be playing Put 'Em Under Pressure on repeat from sunrise to sunset on the 12th, living as I do in a Proddy stronghold here in south Dublin, just south of what was Kingstown.

Brits out.


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Great tune. Any excuse to watch this again -


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Fuckin hell. You’d wonder if it’ll ever be like that again.

[quote=“The Runt”]Abbeyfeale for flour and meal
Cahermee for horses
Newcastlewest was always best
And Boherbue for bastards[/QUOTE]

:wink: What’s the name of that folk song Runty. I collect them. Where is Boherbue?

[quote=“Watch The Break”]Great tune. Any excuse to watch this again -


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Fuckin hell. You’d wonder if it’ll ever be like that again.[/QUOTE]

If we get there next year, the way the country is…it could be like that again. Innocent, beautiful days though, back then.

I don’t know if it’s a song SS, I think it’s just a verse.

As far as I know Boherbue is a townland outside NCW but I’m not sure. There are a few different derviations of that verse. Another is:

Abbeyfeale for flour amd meal,
Cahermee for horses,
Newcastlewest for all thats best
and Listowel for kiss me arses

Bowler hat wearing, masonic hand shaking, inbred, anglo-saxon, queen worshipping, morris dancing, paisley shagging, billy boy cunts.

TAL.

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