Fecking'ard landlord!

#2
He should of pulled the trigger. Fucking arseholes, he asked for the drinks to be ordered in English, hardly unreasonable. You're in his pub, his rules, if you want to play the wanker, expect to get twatted one.

In the interests of equality:

Weedy cunt looks like he'd struggle to pull a pint never mind a feckin' air rifle on someone.
 
#3
As a Welshman myself, I cannot blame the landlord for asking customers to order their drinks in English.

It sounds like the customers were being (checks which forum we're in. Ah good, the NAAFI) cunts, for the sake of being cunts.
 
#4
As a Welshman myself, I cannot blame the landlord for asking customers to order their drinks in English.

It sounds like the customers were being (checks which forum we're in. Ah good, the NAAFI) cunts, for the sake of being cunts.
North Wales...therego!
 
#6
Exactly, North Wales, I rest my case.
 
#7
Welsh is a bloody stupid 'language' anyway, frequently spoken to spite the English. A friend's parents visited a pub in Wales, as they entered people were speaking English around them, but upon hearing their English accents as they ordered a drink, then continued their conversations in Welsh!
 
#8
Welsh is a bloody stupid 'language' anyway, frequently spoken to spite the English. A friend's parents visited a pub in Wales, as they entered people were speaking English around them, but upon hearing their English accents as they ordered a drink, then continued their conversations in Welsh!
Tell your friends parents not to be so bloody nosey by listening into other peoples conversations.

To be fair though, in N.Wales they have been to know to do it with people with S.Wales accents.
 
#11
Tell your friend's parents not to be so bloody nosey by listening into other peoples' conversations.
If you tell the Welsh not to be so bloody deluded as to think any English-speaking person would want to listen to their conversations.

Anyway, how did he know they were ordering drinks if he couldn't understand what they were saying?
How did they expect to get served if they knew he couldn't speak their language?
 
#12
If you tell the Welsh not to be so bloody deluded as to think any English-speaking would want to listen to their conversations.
Thats probably why they spoke in Welsh then. They didn't want to bore the English about tales of daring-do in the sheep paddock.
 
#13
Buy a pub in North Wales and refuse to accept orders in Welsh. Result: a village full of pissed-off Taffs.

Turn up and tell the locals that you're sorry you've not had time to learn any Welsh yet, would they mind ordering in English for now, and you'd be willing to trade a couple of pints now and again for lessons in Welsh names for drinks. Result - pisstaking and grudging acceptance.

If you're in the 'hospitality industry' you won't get far by being a git to your punters.
 
#14
Jesus, I've been visiting a mate in Risca for 15 years and it's rare I hear anyone speak Welsh, his mother and dad can speak it, but never do in front of me.
 
#16
Welsh is a bloody stupid 'language' anyway, frequently spoken to spite the English. A friend's parents visited a pub in Wales, as they entered people were speaking English around them, but upon hearing their English accents as they ordered a drink, then continued their conversations in Welsh!
ffs not the "I walked into a pub in WALES and they started talking WELSH" bollocks again.
 
#18
ffs not the "I walked into a pub in WALES and they started talking WELSH" bollocks again.
It's not that uncommon; they just do it to annoy the English. And as someone pointed out above, the North and South Welsh are equally unpleasant to each other. The North Welsh regard the South Welsh as more or less English; the South Welsh regard the North Welsh as uncivilised peasants
 
#19
It's not that uncommon; they just do it to annoy the English. And as someone pointed out above, the North and South Welsh are equally unpleasant to each other. The North Welsh regard the South Welsh as more or less English; the South Welsh regard the North Welsh as uncivilised peasants
As a 63 yr old taff that bit must have passed me by:)
 
#20
Originally Posted by panzerknacker /images/buttons/viewpost-right.png Jesus, I've been visiting a mate in Risca for 15 years and it's rare I hear anyone speak Welsh, his mother and dad can speak it, but never do in front of me.



Fuck me mate. You're lucky they can speak in any language in Risca. They've only just learnt to walk upright.:razz:
Carefull, my first girlfriend was from Risca and a good shag she was too, yeah ok & not a bloody sheep either butty. Hmm.. she was gwar though :)
 

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