The Roaster Thread


#1931

The kilkenny lads hadn’t been that riled up since they broke the seige at Drogheda.


#1932

@Robert_Emmet at it again.

It’s the Cark influence


#1933

I can imagine my auld fella roaring all sorts of obscenities at the nearest rival. He normally gets back what he gives in spades but the odd time you’ll get a mild mannered young fella who can’t deal with the aggression at all. This is where the major battles are won and lost


#1934

Not proud to say but I shook my fist in the face of a few ould KK lads when Canning pointed after it was a 1 point game


#1935

Don’t be ashamed of it, this is what it’s all about


#1936

A pivotal score. I had amicable conversation with two auld lads from kk in front of me. A few heated words but less than usual. I tried to stir the pot a few times but they were gents, nearly apologising for aylwards goal, handshakes and all after.


#1937

My sister nearly got into fisticuffs with a large Galway woman behind us at a Tipp Galway match in Semple before.

Twas only a league match FFS sake :joy:


#1938

Kilkenny fans are animals during the game but grand after the whistle blows. Cork and Waterford are generally scum before, during and after games.


#1939

Mrs. Fran went to one game with me in the early days of our relationship, never again


#1940

Serious bang of Gumbyism of that headgear.


#1941

John Cleese and Doyle do not inhabit the same world


#1942

Them farmers have their own language alright


#1943

That’s why they’re dubbed “Ballysteen spuds”.
They’re all pocket/rockets from there.


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#1946

Perhaps that should be in the random images thread. I’m not quiet sure.


#1947


#1948

Brilliant.

That scarf. :smile:

The A-Team chain. :smile:

Also is that a toupee?


#1949

Is that @backinatracksuit?


#1950

That poor divil has worse stuff going on than being a roaster.