45 x 45’s thread on how sh*t it is being Welsh.


I once found myself in Cardiff railway station, busting for a pee. I asked a porter if he knew of a urinal. He scratched his head and said "I know a Huw Jones and a Huw Davis but I've never heard of a Huw Rinal"

Hat, coat......


Meanwhile, 4x2 doesn't like the labour party......

I'm sure the English will be happy to fund all those socialist promises such as free school meals for all, etc etc.

Personally, I'd give you sponging retards independence tomorrow. If only we English were allowed to vote on keeping Wales as part of the union. I don't think you'd be happy with the results.
Wales exists, like Scotchland, due to the largesse of the English taxpayer.
Then man up, push for a vote to get rid of us you old fanny bag.


Working there many years ago, (Up dating a curry's super store ) finished work, and went for a stroll along the prom, sat down for a rest, within minutes a female sat down next to me, and offered me a night at her place, FFS she must have been about mid 50's and a rough as fruck. With a face like a well worn manhole cover, and before any of you deviants ask, NO i didn't! :eek:
Free pussy and you said no? Gayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy


Not anger at all. I just enjoy ripping the piss out of third world socialists like you.
Is that what it is? I just thought you were a bit "special". Now that I know, I promise to keep an eye out for the funny parts. You might have to prompt me .. with me being Welsh and all.


Her Majesty's Royal Corps of Signals, the only corps with a royal prefix, and dont you forget it laddie! :salut:

Awaits the usual sarky comments incoming from the usual knobend suspects........3..2..1..:rolleyes:
Certa Cito although it does mean I'm even more disappointed that you didn't trawl her trench. We do have standards you know.
It's all made up,

Tennis becomes 'Tenis' yet Tennis Court is 'Cwrt tennis'

Years ago on the telly at lunchtime they used to have a Welsh language chet prog, (even here in that there London).

The talking head would chat away in go go goch until in the midst of all this a phrase like 'Nuclear power station' or 'Central heating' would pop out, then back to phlegmish.
Welsh is a very old language. To survive into modern usage it has imported lots of words and phrases. Just like lots of languages, but the majority of Welsh imports are English (unsurprisingly). And Welsh can seem a hybrid to some, making us English thinking it all a bit ‘Ivor the Engine’.
Years ago my dad had a job servicing forestry machinery (the cool stuff imported from Finland). I went with him on a visit to Wales where the trees were still chainsaw felled. The men doing it were all local, and spoke/shouted to each other in Welsh apart from one frequent phrase “fukcing chainsaw”.
When I lived there, a mate coached a youth football team. Despite the funding insisting on calling it by the Welsh, all the kids still said “football”.
Sorry to piss on your chips, but “Popty ping” is not the Welsh term for the microwave oven. The following is from a BBC article on Welsh words:

“A literal translation [of Popty Ping] would be “the oven that goes ping”, which, while being very Pythonesque, and incredibly funny, isn’t actually true. The Welsh word for microwave is “meicrodon” – “meicro” being Welsh for micro, and “don”, the mutated word for ton (tohn), literally means wave. And “ffwrn” just means oven. I know. Dull, isn’t it?

And on the same subject, the Welsh word for jellyfish is not “pysgodyn wibli wobli” (puh-skod-in wibbly wobbly), or, in English, wibbly wobbly fish. Lord alone knows what comedian came up with that one, but it’s fairly new in the lexicon of non-existent Welsh words. For many years, the official Welsh term for the jellyfish was “cont y môr’, academics have recently changed it to “sglefren fôr” (skle-vren vore = sea skater).”

I'll bet you're a right f*cking laugh at parties...

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