Dewi Sant

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  1. Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus !
     
  2. Rough translation: "Daft git diddles puppies" which was a main headline in Cardiff this morning me thinks.
     
  3. I thought it translated as "we wish we were important enough to matter"
     
  4. Or "can we have more English tax money"
     
  5. Not a Happy St Davids Day thing?

    After yesterdays FCUKUP in paris St davids day in this house is cancelled.
    Ashamed to be Welsh.
    Stuff your leek up your arrse and daffodil up your nose.
     
  6. On the other hand.

    What is a "Welsh Rarebit".

    Answer: A cardiff virgin.

    OR to be non sexist: a nice boy who has been NON FISTED at barrymores party.
     
  7. Get that ginger slimeball Neil Kinnock to replace mandelson (shoiyte mover) then kill cyclops, promote kinnock. Job done.
     
  8. Failed badly, never mind, £50.000 in the bank. Who gives a fcuk!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Do need to try and -play rugby in paris?
    answer = NO, just ponce around the park. Its the frenchies turn to win so fcuk you sheep shaggers.
     
  9. For those confused.

    No i'm not angry about the welsh team losing in paris.

    At 10pm (2200hrs) sat 28 feb I could have killed someone.
    If I was in afgan= god help.
     
  10. I'm sure that is a racist slur against the English.
    I shall be reporting you to plod. :D
     
  11. I was told, when living in Splott, that there was only one Welsh phrase I needed to learn, as it was the most important one:

    Twll tyn bob Saes! (sp?)
     
  12. Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant hapus i chi hefyd CATGI, a phob Gymry ar y safle-we yma :)
     
  13. You need to get with the programme, racism can only be perpetrated by the English, we cannot be victims of it (apparently)...
     
  14. Diolch yn fawr Craig-epa :D
     
  15. Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus !

    To be born in Wales,

    Not with a silver spoon in your mouth,

    But, with music in your blood

    And with poetry in your soul,

    Is a privilege indeed.