Troppers Treasure Trove

#1
Over the last year or so, I've noticed that regrdless of the subject matter, Tropper is almost guaranteed to throw in his expert knowledge, usually with a photo or two for good measure. Now, I was wondering, what subjects could stump South Wales' foremost military historian/tactician/Belfast weatherman? There has to be something... anything....
 
#2
sfub said:
Over the last year or so, I've noticed that regrdless of the subject matter, Tropper is almost guaranteed to throw in his expert knowledge, usually with a photo or two for good measure. Now, I was wondering, what subjects could stump South Wales' foremost military historian/tactician/Belfast weatherman? There has to be something... anything....
Anything to do with Australia for starters
 
#4
Soccer, Golf., tennis,
 
#7
MittMayo said:
Felching?.............................Nah, probably not :)
Cottaging?? Oh, that's someone else who thinks "it's not that bad"... we could start an auction to see who's willing to buy our silence/find out the name of the guilty party.
 
#8
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Soccer, Golf., tennis,
WTF is soccer?



American cunt.
Association football, as opposed to Rugby football

Try learning English
 
#9
Early Byzantine church music.
 
#10
Hmmm... he'll have something on that I reckon. From his time in the Crimea...
 
#11
:D Avoiding U2's and GSW abroad?
 
#12
sfub said:
Hmmm... he'll have something on that I reckon. From his time in the Crimea...
Never made it there but still hopeing to visit Balaclava
 
#13
tropper66 said:
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Soccer, Golf., tennis,
WTF is soccer?



American cunt.
Association football, as opposed to Rugby football

Try learning English




?

Football, English name for? Football!


Soccer? American name for Football!


Rugby, English name for? Rugby!


Who calls it rugby football?



My apologies, I didnt go to Eton.
 
#14
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Soccer, Golf., tennis,
WTF is soccer?



American cunt.
Association football, as opposed to Rugby football

Try learning English




?

Football, English name for? Football!


Soccer? American name for Football!


Rugby, English name for? Rugby!


Who calls it rugby football?



My apologies, I didnt go to Eton.
Check The Oxford English Dictionary
 
#15
tropper66 said:
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Soccer, Golf., tennis,
WTF is soccer?



American cunt.
Association football, as opposed to Rugby football

Try learning English




?

Football, English name for? Football!


Soccer? American name for Football!


Rugby, English name for? Rugby!


Who calls it rugby football?



My apologies, I didnt go to Eton.
Check The Oxford English Dictionary

I would, but I have not yet managed to learn English.
 
#17
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Soccer, Golf., tennis,
WTF is soccer?



American cunt.
Association football, as opposed to Rugby football

Try learning English




?

Football, English name for? Football!


Soccer? American name for Football!


Rugby, English name for? Rugby!


Who calls it rugby football?



My apologies, I didnt go to Eton.
Check The Oxford English Dictionary

I would, but I have not yet managed to learn English.
Well you are a scouser :twisted:
 
#18
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Gren said:
tropper66 said:
Soccer, Golf., tennis,
WTF is soccer?



American cunt.
Association football, as opposed to Rugby football

Try learning English
?

Football, English name for? Football!

Soccer? American name for Football!

Rugby, English name for? Rugby!

Who calls it rugby football?


My apologies, I didnt go to Eton.
Check The Oxford English Dictionary

I would, but I have not yet managed to learn English.
Then you are indeed well suited to soccer :D

However, an RE background would be better suited in this case than an Eton one - http://www.remuseum.org.uk/articles/rem_article_facup.htm . Note the occurence of the word 'soccer'.

The FA seem to be trying to make some distinction between 'soccer' and 'football' based upon age - physical age that is, otherwise there would be little to behaviourally distinguish a 22 yr old soccer player from a 2 yr old

http://www.thefa.com/TheFA/search?s=soccer
 

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