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ker

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Glad You're Part Of UK Now
« on: May 22, 2007, 23:53:49 PM »
i m glad you are part of the uk regional forum section,up here in scotland we get affected by all the bigotry bile,that the english dont know  alot about,it s good the car can break divides of race and culture,WELCOME all from the old emarald isle,right less of the patter,get the guiness out ma friends.....party time.....

bricksnbikes

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Re: GLAD YOUR PART OF UK NOW
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2007, 23:57:56 PM »
ha , i am a quarter scottish (me grannie) a quarter irish (me grandad) and half english (me other granny n grandad) so i dont tend to give a sh*te what people are or from , as long as we have a good laugh its all good

OzCalibra

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Re: GLAD YOUR PART OF UK NOW
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2007, 01:24:53 AM »
last time i checked it was a republic?? but im only an irishmen from oz so wat would i know lol

ker

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Re: GLAD YOUR PART OF UK NOW
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2007, 12:54:35 PM »
I was being sarcastic,hear have your boomerang back.A paddy down under,you lot get about as much as us scots....

OzCalibra

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Re: GLAD YOUR PART OF UK NOW
« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2007, 13:52:34 PM »
yeh i know u were being sarcastic i was following tone mate haha... not sure if the bigotry is following on with the boomerang joke but i have thrown one once in my life hahaha and have never rode a kangaroo!!...sounds fun though.....

ker

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Re: GLAD YOUR PART OF UK NOW
« Reply #5 on: May 23, 2007, 14:00:31 PM »
I take it your on clubcalibra.org down under,By the way the men at work ,a land downunder was one of my first singles bought,another piece of useless information for yae,i hope KAYEBIKKIES was nt too pissed at me stealin her pics of .org i signed in back last year,as ker,if i pop on i ll look for you,but i get the run off this site to me self as you lot are all tucked up in bed.......time difference and all......does all the hot weather make the callys play up,ie dust and sh*t in air intakes?

OzCalibra

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Re: GLAD YOUR PART OF UK NOW
« Reply #6 on: May 23, 2007, 14:10:51 PM »
not really ... im near the sea so i gotta hose her down (ie salt) when i been to the beach..but its not as bad as puttin salt on ur roads to stop ice getting on there. That would kill the wheel arches i bet! but all the roads are sealed here....no dust or dirt. i would have tio travel about one n a half hrs to get to a dirt road. Gotta watch me temps a bit though. is it warming up there now? its getting cold here!!! 15 C!!!! lol thats cold for me

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Re: GLAD YOUR PART OF UK NOW
« Reply #7 on: May 23, 2007, 20:16:44 PM »
Haha, couldn't be bothered with the politics of Ireland's split, as far as I'm concerned its northern and southern!!
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Re: GLAD YOUR PART OF UK NOW
« Reply #8 on: May 23, 2007, 20:52:16 PM »
Ive been to both my dad was from Dublin and i did some course work in Belfast prefer dublin had many a good holiday there with parents when younger took one of my daughters to meet my uncles and had a great time

angelmouse

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Re: Glad You're Part Of UK Now
« Reply #9 on: May 23, 2007, 21:43:23 PM »
yeh i know u were being sarcastic i was following tone mate haha... not sure if the bigotry is following on with the boomerang joke but i have thrown one once in my life hahaha and have never rode a kangaroo!!...sounds fun though.....
i have it was good fun! boing..boing   ;D

hi-ace

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Re: Glad You're Part Of UK Now
« Reply #10 on: June 03, 2007, 15:18:25 PM »
Ive been to both my dad was from Dublin and i did some course work in Belfast prefer dublin had many a good holiday there with parents when younger took one of my daughters to meet my uncles and had a great time

Ah Dublin's a hole, its in the Pale feels like a English City same as Belfast. Go west :), visit Galway, Sligo, Cork, Letterkenny , Limerick and Derry get a taste of the real Irish experience.