... and the oldest language in Europe.plunderer said:If the Romans hadn't turned up in great numbers, bringing pasta, cheap wine and their poncy latin poetry, we would all still be speaking Cymraeg [or Welsh, which is the name given to the Cymric inhabitants by the later Anglo-Saxon invaders].
The language that you call Welsh was the orginal language of the main island - Greater Britain - and of northern France [Lesser Britain], until it was all temporarily interrupted...
Cymru am Byth!
I believe he may have been suggesting that since the English are the only home nation without the gumption/imagination to actually have a national anthem you might be better off mouthing about something else.sniper_bob said:Jibman - one who jibs, a jibber. Now can you repeat that in English please, without pouring half a pint of phlegm over the screen?
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