Cadwch Cymru yn lan. Danfonwch y sbwriel i Loegr!

Tazzers

War Hero
Cadwch Cymru yn lan. Danfonwch y sbwriel i Loegr!

What does it mean and how is it pronounced?
 

H3

LE
Tazzers said:
Cadwch Cymru yn lan. Danfonwch y sbwriel i Loegr!

What does it mean and how is it pronounced?
Keep Wales Tidy. Leave Your Rubbish in England! :thumright:
 
It means 'English, spend your money and fu*k off home.'
 
Tazzers said:
And how is it pronounced?
It's pronounced "Cadwch Cymru yn lan. Danfonwch y sbwriel i Loegr!"

at a guess :cyclopsani:
 

Bagster

Old-Salt
It's hard to explain how to pronounce something without you hearing it, but here goes....

note: kh is pronounced as you would pronounce the CH in LOCH.

KADOOKH KUMREE UN-LARN. DAN-VON-OOKH A SBOO-REAL
EE LOY-GER.
 

blindazh

Clanker
Tazzers said:
Cadwch Cymru yn lan. Danfonwch y sbwriel i Loegr!

What does it mean and how is it pronounced?

Welcome to Wales. A principality next to this wonderful land that is England.
 

Chinggis

War Hero
Dech chi'n sairad Saesneg?

Ewch i nol rhywun sy'n gallu!
 

Mr_Creosote

War Hero
Говорите английский язык для трахает пользу.
 
God had just created the world and was sat back admiring his work. He took Adam up high to view the world.

“You see the world I have created it has balance” said God,

“What do you mean?” asked Adam.

“Well every thing is spread according to balance; you have equal distribution of weather and wealth, of beauty and poverty, of deserts and jungles”

“I Still don’t Fcuking get it” Said Adam

“Okay! What I basically mean is, look at these Countries in the North, the Weather isn’t so nice, but they shall be wealthy. Move to the south these shall be poorer Nations but the weather will be nice, get it? Balance you see.” Explained God

“What’s that small Country with all the good stuff in?”

“That’s Wales; it will have the best looking people, the nicest land, the finest pubs, and the best of everything. It is my special project. The finest of all the countries. It will be the perfect place.”

“What! That’s not fair, I thought every where had to have balance, and Wales is perfect.”

“You wait till you see the Wnakers I’m putting next door.” :cheers:
 

Sympathetic_Reaction

LE
Book Reviewer
Chinggis said:
Dech chi'n sairad Saesneg?

Ewch i nol rhywun sy'n gallu!
Dw i'n siarad Saesneg ac Cymraeg (tipyn bach), ond dw i ddim yn deall "ewch i nol rhywun sy'n gallu"

S_R
 
Tazzers said:
Cadwch Cymru yn lan.
No, I haven't worked in the last 2 weks

Tazzers said:
Danfonwch y sbwriel i Loegr!
Would you like to Max your meal?

Two essential phrases for all residents of Swansea
 

Sympathetic_Reaction

LE
Book Reviewer
Bagster said:
SamCaine said:
Chinggis said:
Dech chi'n sairad Saesneg?

Ewch i nol rhywun sy'n gallu!
I'm sure you meant "siarad" :thumright:
and I think he meant "dYch chi'n" as well. :numberone:
I got confused a bit on his last scentence as well....Ewch or Eich?

The joys of Welsh....;)

S_R
p.s. saying that my Welsh is not good...currently failing at my third attempt to learn it..;)
 

lastresort

Old-Salt
At least you're trying S_R.... I booked myself onto a Welsh course "to better understand the lads", and was promptly taken aside by a softly-spoken NCO who explained a couple of key points I had missed:

1. It was South Welsh I would learn, which among many North Welsh is worse than English. Yes, the "English" army that torched Gwynedd is often said to have been mainly French and South Welsh...

2. Welsh is a code. It is a code designed to identify friend from foe, ie Welsh from everyone else. They (at least in the north) don't WANT you to learn it if you're from the "everyone else".

3. I should just move back to England and fcuk off out of it, cos they were sick of training nights being in English on account of me and one officer. Point taken. Thanks, Corporal V.

At least it's still legal to shoot a Welshman after dark within the city limits of Wrexham. (provided you use a longbow, etc.).

Apart from that, I had a lovely time in Wales, you know!
 

Bagster

Old-Salt
Sympathetic_Reaction said:
Bagster said:
SamCaine said:
Chinggis said:
Dech chi'n sairad Saesneg?

Ewch i nol rhywun sy'n gallu!
I'm sure you meant "siarad" :thumright:
and I think he meant "dYch chi'n" as well. :numberone:
I got confused a bit on his last scentence as well....Ewch or Eich?

The joys of Welsh....;)

S_R
p.s. saying that my Welsh is not good...currently failing at my third attempt to learn it..;)
You've got it right with ewch. Fcuking good effort mate. It doesn't look like you're failing to learn it. :thumright:
 

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