Here's a genuine question for the patriots amongst you all...
Why do we hear alot about St Patricks day and have it celebrated virtually globally and yet St. Georges Day hardly gets a mention, St. David's only a smidgin and please forgive my ignorance, what about Scotland's (I don't know the name).
as youve been on here longa had to do what you said
and had a pint of black stuff for you & enjoyed every sip
also had 1 for esox 1 for trog 1 for toma 3 for trev
then i lost track who i was drinking 1 for
had to have sleep this afternoon
I'm with Trev on this one. I hope the maggot is wearing a bright red rose on April 23rd, and wrapped in the flag showing the cross of St George. I always wear the red rose on that day.
COS I'M ENGLISH AND PROUD OF IT
P.S. Trev, what was supposed to happen on March 1st. Oh it was St Dai's day, a most easily forgotten event.
Yeah , Good Question,
Legend has it that St. Patrick WAS a kidnapped Welshman and having progressed in religion through an Irish Monastery to France and Rome, returned and of course rid Ireland of snakes.
Now where would those snakes go?
What is the nearest Coastline for them to swim too?
Oh! and Martin,
It's gonna be a dry wait for the Dragon Day to come round again, so look for St.Georges and St. Andrews 1st!
I missed my pint tonight, but the Irish celebrate St. Patricks day with a bank holiday, tomorrow Monday 18th this year, so you lot can join me tomorrow and DO IT ALL AGAIN!!! LOL