Things I learned today


#4646

we gave the world everything, we wrote the magna carter when the likes of the oirish and indians were shtting in holes in the ground and fighting donkeys


#4647

Now ye are writing Mick Carter in jail .


#4648

The Italians are still shitting in holes in the ground @Tassotti


#4649

Obviously you’re not acquainted with brehon law.puts the Norman law to shame


#4650

brehon laws were invented by fairies, eddie lenihan type shite, the type of lad who wanted motorway construction halted because there was a fairy tree in the way


#4651

The UK justice system is basically pre Napoleonic frog law. So even post brexit it’ll still be the frogs ruling the Brits.


#4652

Correct… the Brehon laws were extremely progressive by modern terms let alone 1500-2000 years ago. We were way out ahead … then the church and the crown destroyed that and rendered us paupers.


#4653

Good man. Put it up to the bastards


#4654

The meaning of egregious changed over the years. It originally meant remarkably good but now the common understanding is shockingly bad


#4655

It’s egregious the way that happened


#4656

When he was young he was an egregious hurler but he’s gone fucking egregious lately


#4657

The magna carter :smile::smile:


#4658

Was that the bill of rights that gave the lords the right to rape their peasants?


#4659

I always thought it meant unusual, but in a nice way. An egregious character. We’ve both learned something today.


#4660

That’ll change my tinder swiping.


#4661

Same wit wicked innit


#4662

I dunno mate, a bit of stretch there, almost defying gravity in fact.


#4663

Finnegans in Annacotty is still going


#4664

Agatha Christie’s book, ‘And then there were ten’, was originally called ‘Ten Little Niggers’ - before changing it to ‘Ten Little Indians’ and then finally to ‘And then there were ten’


#4665

And then there were none