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    Default Will you look at the three lads with their shiny crowns

    All up bright and early lads.Are we anticipating a busy day ahead or are we just munching on the ole rice crispies?

    As a sidenote i cannot participate in my opwn Irish drop one and keep one i have no idea what you lot are saying on it

    Morning lads,
    Westside.

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    No it's Coco Pops this morning Westie....you Know what they say, once you start to pop, you cant stop.

    Off to Waterstones with you and buy a good Irish-English dictionary.....it would be a shame to leave Highwayman all alone on the Irish thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlos marvado View Post
    No it's Coco Pops this morning Westie....you Know what they say, once you start to pop, you cant stop.

    Off to Waterstones with you and buy a good Irish-English dictionary.....it would be a shame to leave Highwayman all alone on the Irish thread.
    something like that.I think in english it meant "ill kick the shit out of you".In school we had this small Brother who used to start the day with......................Abraiti agus Asati.He would come into the claas and half of us there were have doozed off with eyes like empty dinner plates.He would shout out Abraiti agus Asaite and off we went.Basically the class was a sort of trailer for Mixed Martial Arts tournaments.Everyday one of us got beat up.Oh no though,where he he now????Where are you, you little fuckaaa.

    Ever wonder why we all leave school at 18?Because we are legally adults and are legally entitled to hit back.

    Abraiti agus Asaite,
    Westside.

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    If no one else can participate in drop one in Irish it's time to lock it

    Time for another bowl of coco pops

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlos marvado View Post
    No it's Coco Pops this morning Westie....you Know what they say, once you start to pop, you cant stop.

    Off to Waterstones with you and buy a good Irish-English dictionary.....it would be a shame to leave Highwayman all alone on the Irish thread.
    I thought that was Pringles?

    Hey we can have our first fight over this Carlos.....

    See you in Waterstones West or are you an Easons man like me?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehighwayman View Post
    If no one else can participate in drop one in Irish it's time to lock it
    I wouldn't risk it...............

    I wouldn't even risk asking anybody for their opinion in it..............
    Advertising space available for hire, and reviews for sale, just call me....xxx

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