Spanish government doing a 'Fernandez'

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#2
Are we going to park a Type 45 there? There's only a couple of RIBs on site at the moment.
 
#3
Are we going to park a Type 45 there? There's only a couple of RIBs on site at the moment.
Haven't all the in-service 45s docked for a visit en route to various deployments?

If not nae worry - the RAF Police are always there should everything else fail!
 
#5
Could the fo legally do that, what with us being in jolly oldeurope?


Doing it with a finger or two,eyes scrunched a bit near the screen, trying to make sure I don't make a mess or mistake in the process.
 
#6
Could the fo legally do that, what with us being in jolly oldeurope?


Doing it with a finger or two,eyes scrunched a bit near the screen, trying to make sure I don't make a mess or mistake in the process.
Why not? The Ffrench banned British beef illegally for 6 years, if they can make up the rules so can we.

Anyway it's about time the Spanish were given a good fornicating again, they have obviously forgotten the likes of Nelson, Sharpe and Talavera Tom.
 

Grumblegrunt

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agreed instead of a nice english monarch like sofia they could have had a corsican one so they should be gratefull. time to encourage our old alliance with portugal again then.
 
#8
What's the fuss if the old trout turns up or not? If she was supposed to bring the tapas surely there's another bunch of dagos that deliver.
 
#9
Never mind Spanish are a bit loud at parties, don't get the jokes and smoke shit fags.
 
#10
Queen Sofia to snub Diamond Jubilee lunch over Gibraltar row - Telegraph

Another country in the economic shit which is kicking up a fuss over territory, no doubt to distract minds from the disastrous handling of the economy there.

Were I William Hague, I'd send them a short and sharpy reply:

"Ceuta, now **** off."
Not forgetting Melilla the other slice of Morocco that they own and in which some 80 per cent of the population there consider themselves Spanish, so no parallels there then, the ******* hypocrites.
 

engr172

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When they give their colnies in North Africa up, maybe we can talk. The stupid two faced spic toads
 

cent05zr70

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Question. Are they spics or dagoes? Going over there shortly, and I don't want to upset anyone by calling them wrong thing.
 

engr172

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Question. Are they spics or dagoes? Going over there shortly, and I don't want to upset anyone by calling them wrong thing.
Hmmmm, I see your point. They are greasy, sweat a lot and carry knives and smell of garlic. It is a dilemma a Briton abroad finds when on the continent.
I personally would go with spic, but each to their own. They are foreign and that is a good starter for 10
 
#14
According to Eric Idle it's dago :)

And being herded into endless Hotel Miramars and Bellvueses and Bontinentals with their international luxury modern roomettes and their Watney's Red Barrel and their swimming pools full of fat German businessmen pretending they're acrobats and forming pyramids and frightening the children and barging in to the queues and if you're not at your table spot on seven you miss your bowl of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom soup, the first item on the menu of International Cuisine, and every Thursday night there's a bloody cabaret in the bar featuring some tiny emaciated dago with nine-inch hips and some big fat bloated tart with her hair brylcreemed down and a big arse presenting Flamenco for Foreigners.
 
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I think the correct term is 'dago' according to the Oxford English Dictionary. 'Spic' is reserved for south-of-the-border (American) types.

Dago, n.
A name originally given in the south-western section of the United States to a man of Spanish parentage; now extended to include Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian people in general, or as a disparaging term for any foreigner.
spic, n. and adj.
a. A contemptuous and offensive name for a Spanish-speaking native of Central or South America or the Caribbean; a spiggoty.
 
#16
I think the correct term is 'dago' according to the Oxford English Dictionary. 'Spic' is reserved for south-of-the-border (American) types.
I believe there was a homosexual spaniard who never let a dago by........ I'll get me sarong.
 

engr172

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I think the correct term is 'dago' according to the Oxford English Dictionary. 'Spic' is reserved for south-of-the-border (American) types.
Every day a school day. I thank you sirs and will use my new knowledge at the first chance.
 
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According to Eric Idle it's dago :)

And being herded into endless Hotel Miramars and Bellvueses and Bontinentals with their international luxury modern roomettes and their Watney's Red Barrel and their swimming pools full of fat German businessmen pretending they're acrobats and forming pyramids and frightening the children and barging in to the queues and if you're not at your table spot on seven you miss your bowl of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom soup, the first item on the menu of International Cuisine, and every Thursday night there's a bloody cabaret in the bar featuring some tiny emaciated dago with nine-inch hips and some big fat bloated tart with her hair brylcreemed down and a big arse presenting Flamenco for Foreigners.
Geez mate, he only asked. He didn't expect the Spanish Inquisition. Aaaaand cue......................


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#19
It's not like the Spanish royalty is a real Royal Family. It's like going to Disneyland and meeting Mickey Mouse.
 
#20
I recall that their king, a decade or so ago, wanted to shoot a bear when visiting Russia, but was scared of bears. In the end the Russians had to buy a hand-raised pet bear off someone, but even then Juan Carlos was scared of it. So they mixed up some honey and vodka and got it pissed, finally he was willing to get within rifle-shot of the beast.

I somehow doubt they'll be taking the Rock by force any time soon.
 

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