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We do "not" have a kilt.... we have a made up skirt with a made up history for Nationalist perverts to "enjoy" **





** The Welsh Tartan Centre in Cardiff got a kicking over their invented history of the cilt (fake Welsh word) when they started flogged the tat a few years back
Preach it, brother! It's like that fackin black & yellow 'Flag of St David' that isn't (only saints who were martyred have a cross - the others get a saltire - St David lived to a ripe old age)... Back in 1999 a Greek restauranteur recently moved to Cardiff from Greece, wanted to establish his Welsh credentials at the time of the Rugby World Cup and ordered a load of 'Flags of St David' from a Greek flag-maker. The flag-makers scratched their heads, had a quick Google and found the Arms of the Bishop of St David's (yellow cross on black field in its simplified) and made that up into a flag. Nobody in Wales knew what the **** it was, but it's caught on, along with the 'Banner of Owain Glyndwr' that is another piece of Welsh Nat fantasy...

Grrr... :pissedoff:
 
Preach it, brother! It's like that fackin black & yellow 'Flag of St David' that isn't (only saints who were martyred have a cross - the others get a saltire - St David lived to a ripe old age)... Back in 1999 a Greek restauranteur recently moved to Cardiff from Greece, wanted to establish his Welsh credentials at the time of the Rugby World Cup and ordered a load of 'Flags of St David' from a Greek flag-maker. The flag-makers scratched their heads, had a quick Google and found the Arms of the Bishop of St David's (yellow cross on black field in its simplified) and made that up into a flag. Nobody in Wales knew what the **** it was, but it's caught on, along with the 'Banner of Owain Glyndwr' that is another piece of Welsh Nat fantasy...

Grrr... :pissedoff:
That and that bollocks about druids and the crap they do at the Eisteddfod. All made up fantasy crap.
 
Preach it, brother! It's like that fackin black & yellow 'Flag of St David' that isn't (only saints who were martyred have a cross - the others get a saltire - St David lived to a ripe old age)... Back in 1999 a Greek restauranteur recently moved to Cardiff from Greece, wanted to establish his Welsh credentials at the time of the Rugby World Cup and ordered a load of 'Flags of St David' from a Greek flag-maker. The flag-makers scratched their heads, had a quick Google and found the Arms of the Bishop of St David's (yellow cross on black field in its simplified) and made that up into a flag. Nobody in Wales knew what the **** it was, but it's caught on, along with the 'Banner of Owain Glyndwr' that is another piece of Welsh Nat fantasy...

Grrr... :pissedoff:
Pish. St Andrew was martyred by crucifixion, but declined to be nailed to an upright cross, as he was not worthy of suffering the same fate as Jesus, so they pinned him to one resting on its side. Hence the Russian saltire.
 
Pish. St Andrew was martyred by crucifixion, but declined to be nailed to an upright cross, as he was not worthy of suffering the same fate as Jesus, so they pinned him to one resting on its side. Hence the Russian saltire.
Don't you oppress me with your mere facts! ;)
 

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