St Georges Day Celebration Suggestions

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  1. Good evening ladies and gentlemen, a series of questions. Firstly: Should i celebrate St George's Day?
    Secondly: In what fashion
    Thirdly: Are any of you doing so, and how are you celebrating?

  2. 1. Yes
    2. Alcohol
    3. See 2
  3. 1. yes
    2. local folk music clubs having a accustic session at a good pub.
    3. getting phissed and singing along to some patriotic old tunes.
  4. 1. Not a feckin chance
    2. With your national dish of curry & rice of course
    3. Watching you lose at some sort of sport & celebrating when its all over
    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
  5. 1. Of course you bloody should.
    2. Something truly English... like binge drinking.
    3. Invading France.
  6. 1. Yes
    2. spicey and coke or any alcohol that i can get my hands on
    3. laughing at poor people
  7. borrow a toddler from a married mate, hold his hand in the queue in Burger King in somewhere like Basingstoke or Andover, , point at the fat men and say..."no son, they're not gods. They're Englishmen, which is the next best thing"!

    run, but not too fast, you won't have to :)
  8. 1 - Yes of course, should be a better celebration than paddys day!

    2 - Going out, having a laugh, getting pish faced!!!

    3 - Me and mates going out with plastic swords, breast (!) plates and St Georges flags as capes, to "Dragon Hunt"... Any ladies up to the desired level get a sticker - I'm not a dragon!!!! May even do fake map.....
  9. 1. Yes.

    2. An English rose in one's buttonhole.

    3. Finding a dragon to slay.... difficult these days but well worth the chase!

  10. Pop along to Warminster, plenty of dragons round there.
  11. Dust of your flags and hang them out your window, drink lots of English beer.

    Though you will proberly be not allowed too as its racist and may offend the muslims.
  12. 1) Hang out the flag
    2) Have a drink of some ye olde herefordshire cider
    3) Lie back and thank those who gave their lives for our freedom to celebrate this day !!!

    However,... I have been told that a relative of mine in the north was given notice that if he hung his flag out before x number of days before St George's Day... he will be fined!!!!!

    Hows that for gratitude?
  13. So very true.
    But feck em, I'm hanging mine out no matter what (flag).
  14. Apparantly you have to apply for planning permision to have a flag on display now.
  15. like fosters, carlsberg, stella & kronenberg :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: