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Jeccy writes, "I've seen people having four-somes, fights involving spastics and genuine retarded people doing karaoke, all thanks to the invention of the common pub."

What's happened in your local then?

(, Thu 5 Feb 2009, 20:55)
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The loneliest Englishman
Years ago I was in a pub with my then girlfriend, the TV was showing Eurosport and it announced "Coming up next: Irish greyhound racing", my girlfriend said "I wonder what the difference to normal greyhound racing is?" to which I loudly proclaimed "The rabbit chases the dogs!" I thumped the table in mirth and sat back laughing...

...my girlfriend was looking at me in horror, it was then that I remembered:

She was Irish.
We were sitting with her Irish parents who I had just met.
We were in an Irish pub.
In Ireland.
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 16:45, 13 replies)
Fantastic foot-in-mouth action there.
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 16:48, closed)
i'm not sure her dad ever truly warmed to me, first impressions and all that.
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 16:52, closed)
Was in a pub in Dublin with a mate
He started singing Sunday Bloody Sunday!!! At the top of his motherfucking voice...

...he is an idiot.

I disowned him. He didnt appear to have a clue what that song was all about.
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 16:50, closed)
as long as he didnt follow it up with "God save the queen" or "Rule Britannia"...
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 16:54, closed)
To be fair it is a good song,
and it really encapsulates the frustration of a Sunday, doesn't it?
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 16:57, closed)
I always thought it was about a bloke
trying really hard to sell ice cream until he snaps - Sundae bloody sundae!

Nasty business, confectionary. Very nasty.
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 17:02, closed)
Good one. Clicked!
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 17:04, closed)
Clickety click
Made me chuckle loudly. Do you want to borrow my euphemistic shotgun for your foot.
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 17:18, closed)
you pranny =)
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 17:27, closed)
Four levels of cringe there.
Well done!
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 17:43, closed)
Would you like some tape to cover your mouth when in other countries?
(, Mon 9 Feb 2009, 23:14, closed)
I'm Irish
I laughed.

Well done!
(, Tue 10 Feb 2009, 11:31, closed)
Thank you
I don't feel like such an utter twunt now (although the memory still makes me cringe).
(, Tue 10 Feb 2009, 12:02, closed)

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