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Happy St. Georges day!


23 Apr 2008 11:20AM
Just thought I'd say it. Smile

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MAW Plus
6 13 England
23 Apr 2008 11:24AM
Reciprocated. It's a shame our patron Saint does not celebrate his day when roses are growing in our gardens!
pepperst Plus
7 2.3k 4 Wales
23 Apr 2008 11:37AM
And to you to Matt, whos up for some morris dancing?
23 Apr 2008 11:45AM
Back at ya Matt....Shhhhh we're not allowed to be English anymore. Hope the pc police are'nt looking in.

jk
Numpty
6 33 Wales
23 Apr 2008 12:20PM
who's St.George?
23 Apr 2008 12:20PM
They can look all they like.Wink I have no problem with the welsh, irish and scottish being proud of their countries, so i will be proud of mine. Smile
pepperst Plus
7 2.3k 4 Wales
23 Apr 2008 12:23PM
Shame that those most against celebrating being English are the pc little villager middle classes that are one of the best examples of what is English.

Bless 'em.
23 Apr 2008 12:25PM
To bloody right Matt. Should be a public holiday as far as i'm concerned.

St.George

Turn up your speakers people....Wink

jk
23 Apr 2008 12:26PM
I get the feeling they think that we're still labelled as slave selling, merciless, conquering savages if we hold up a white flag with a red cross on it. I'm too proud of my heritage to listen to them.
What does annoy me is that I'm not allowed to have a flag in my own garden. Go to the USA and evry house has a US flag and quite right, too. Smile
23 Apr 2008 12:30PM
excellent. just signed up to the newsletter too.
23 Apr 2008 12:34PM
Similar thing where i live Matt. Small Leicestershire village, i'm a Rugby fanatic and when ever we (England) are playing an international i put my enormous flag of St.George up outside the house.

The neighbors bless em, being born and bred English said last time, blimey that's a bit of statement is'nt it. :-o

I did'nt swear much well alright i did a lot

...strange they don't comment anymore.

jk
User_Removed 9 4.9k England
23 Apr 2008 12:35PM

Quote:To bloody right Matt. Should be a public holiday as far as i'm concerned.



I concur old Chap..What..What!!

Crazy, Not to be able to celebrate, being English.

Almost as if the the Government Fears the thought.

Col
23 Apr 2008 12:40PM
Old Chap..What..What!!

PMSL!! Col

jk ..oh nearly forgot the Wink
pepperst Plus
7 2.3k 4 Wales
23 Apr 2008 12:40PM
It is daft, should be a public holiday same as just about every other country in the world.

Good of the site to include a clip of one wales and the marches finest hours Wink
keith selmes
11 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2008 1:19PM

Quote:Who's St.George?
Its was. he's dead.

He was soldier who refused to participate in the persecution of a religious minority, criticized the policy, and was therefore executed.
Seems to have been a greek speaking roman soldier in turkey with a mother from israel. Talk about celebrating diversity.
Also the patron saint of lots of other countries.

Not a bad choice really.

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