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    The Welsh, What should we do with them?

    I have taken a break from arranging the first Thailand 'Gay Archery' club - 'The only club for TRUE heterosexuals' - as we've hit a bit of a snag with the club emblum as noone can quite agree on what shade of pink the background is.

    (I'm beginning to suspect some of the founding members may have the wrong idea of the clubs intentions).

    Anyway, onto a more pressing matter of International concern, what is to be done about the Welsh?

    It's long been universally agreed that the Welsh are indeed one of Nature's mistakes, but fortunately they generally kept themselves to themselves confined in voluntary 'home custody' in a rather unpleasant corner of England that no-one else wanted.

    As Charles Darwin writes on page 214 of 'The Origins of Life', "Nothing has convinced me so much of the chance fortunes and (particularly) misfortunes of the wonders of Evolution, than to spend 5 minutes looking at a Welshman." and later on page 237, "I really could have saved a few years of my life snd instead of my voyage to the Galapagos Islands, I could have spent a weekend in Cardiff - truly an evolutionary backwash"

    Nowadays, with the increase in global communications, "The Welsh Problem" is being pushed more into the forefront and it's time that we decided what is to be done.

    Discuss.

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    ^ Oh bugger, there was going to be a poll with that Never mind, make up your own options.

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    Cheers Gerbil.
    You have spurred me into re-opening my Welsh thread which illustrates perfectly why Wales is so wonderful and full of nice stuff.

    http://teakdoor.com/the-captains-lou...sh-thread.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    which illustrates perfectly why Wales is so wonderful and full of nice stuff.
    Lots of houses to burn and unsuspecting tourists to beat up, eh?
    Not to mention how much 'fun' one may have with cars, each one has at least two doors...

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    Ban exports of leaks

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveboy View Post
    Ban exports of leaks
    I think the export of leaks is pretty low as Welsh women use them as dildoes to make up for the small Welsh penis.

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    especially for you Gerbil...


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    ^ No comment of the usage of leaks then?

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    "The average welsh cock stands one half of an inch longer than the average English gentleman's erection and moreover it is thicker of girth"

    The Reverend Boyston Smythe (from a study conducted in 1873)
    ..........

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    Some people say that the Welsh have a love-hate relationship with the English but they are, in fact, 100% wrong. For a start, there is precious little love involved. Yet hate is also conspicuous by it's absence which is surprising, given that the English conquered the country through treachery, killed it's last native ruler in a particularly nasty manner, and over a period of several hundred years comprehensively looted its natural resources.

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    ^
    and then there was Thatcher....

    outstanding post by the way Daveboy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    outstanding post by the way Daveboy.
    Protruding around half an inch more than average..

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveboy View Post
    Some people say that the Welsh have a love-hate relationship with the English but they are, in fact, 100% wrong. For a start, there is precious little love involved. Yet hate is also conspicuous by it's absence which is surprising, given that the English conquered the country through treachery, killed it's last native ruler in a particularly nasty manner, and over a period of several hundred years comprehensively looted its natural resources.
    How did they kill the last ruler?

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    Llewelyn ein Llyw olaf...
    (llewelyn our last leader)

    Llywelyn's exiled daughter Gwenllian ferch Llywelyn and niece Gwladys ferch Dafydd states that Llywelyn at the front of his army approached the combined forces of Edmund and Roger Mortimer, Hugo Le Strange and Grufudd ap Gwenwynwyn on the promise that he would receive their homage. This was a deception. His army was immediately engaged in fierce battle during which a significant section of it was routed causing Llywelyn and his bodyguards to become separated. At around dusk Llywelyn and a small group of his retainers (which included clergy) were ambushed and chased into a wood. Llywelyn was surrounded and struck down. As he lay dying he asked for a priest and gave away his identity. He was then murdered and his head hewn from his body.
    English deception

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    On December 11 1282 Llywelyn was killed by a chance encounter with an English lancer, and his head was paraded through the streets of London under King Edward I's command. The place where he died is thought to be Cilmeri, and is marked with a memorial to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveboy
    On December 11 1282 Llywelyn was killed by a chance encounter with an English lancer, and his head was paraded through the streets of London under King Edward I's command. The place where he died is thought to be Cilmeri, and is marked with a memorial to him.
    That's one version.
    The one told by the English.

    The exact circumstances are unclear and there are two conflicting accounts of his death. Both accounts agree that Llywelyn was tricked into leaving the bulk of his army and was then attacked and killed. The first account says that Llywelyn and his chief minister approached the forces of Edmund Mortimer and Hugo Le Strange after crossing a bridge. They then heard the sound of battle as the main body of his army was met in battle by the forces of Roger Dispenser and Gruffudd ap Gwenwynwyn. Llywelyn then turned around to rejoin his forces and was pursued by a lone lancer who struck him down. It was not until some time later that an English knight recognised the body as that of the prince. His head was then severed and delivered to London, where it was paraded through the streets. This version of events was written in the north of England some fifty years later and has suspicious similarities with details about the Battle of Stirling Bridge in Scotland.

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    Gruffudd

    Love that name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by daveboy
    On December 11 1282 Llywelyn was killed by a chance encounter with an English lancer, and his head was paraded through the streets of London under King Edward I's command. The place where he died is thought to be Cilmeri, and is marked with a memorial to him.
    That's one version.
    The one told by the English.

    The exact circumstances are unclear and there are two conflicting accounts of his death. Both accounts agree that Llywelyn was tricked into leaving the bulk of his army and was then attacked and killed. The first account says that Llywelyn and his chief minister approached the forces of Edmund Mortimer and Hugo Le Strange after crossing a bridge. They then heard the sound of battle as the main body of his army was met in battle by the forces of Roger Dispenser and Gruffudd ap Gwenwynwyn. Llywelyn then turned around to rejoin his forces and was pursued by a lone lancer who struck him down. It was not until some time later that an English knight recognised the body as that of the prince. His head was then severed and delivered to London, where it was paraded through the streets. This version of events was written in the north of England some fifty years later and has suspicious similarities with details about the Battle of Stirling Bridge in Scotland.
    Thats interesting stuff

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    ^ I heard he was found impaled on a leak as a sad result of an auto-erotic fantasy gone horribly wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    Roger Dispenser
    Did he run a corner shop chemist when he wasn't being a knight?

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    Well, haven't been in one for a while but those mining hall piss-ups with amature hour on stage used to be a hoot!

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    swytrwetr thgjjklikjh tygiitr gyifftr ftubnuytrrrfwssb

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsquirrel View Post
    swytrwetr thgjjklikjh tygiitr gyifftr ftubnuytrrrfwssb
    Looks like every road sign I ever saw in Wales...

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveboy
    the English conquered the country through treachery, killed it's last native ruler in a particularly nasty manner, and over a period of several hundred years comprehensively looted its natural resources.
    That's an English custom.
    It's just the way we do things. It's nothing personal.
    Done it to loads of countries.

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    Imagine the English going around slagging off the Italians and using them for an excuse for every failing in their lives because of how the Romans killed Boudica .... Get over it you tossers.

    "I hate my job and my wife has run off with the postman....Bloody Normans!"

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