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wookieelover101 0 karmaMarch 2013
WHERE THE FUCK IS SHETLAND?
Gib1997 0 karmaFebruary 2013
Wow, thanks for all the likes lads! :)
gerbilluv1 0 karmaFebruary 2013
An Irish man would know the problem with this picture
Gib1997 0 karmaMarch 2013
Which is? (Not attempting to be sarcastic, just genuinely curious)
gerbilluv1 0 karmaMarch 2013
Sorry ne not nw
Gib1997 0 karmaMarch 2013
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Gib1997 0 karmaMarch 2013
.....what? Grammar mate, and the British Isles is a geographical term, not a political one
gerbilluv1 0 karmaMarch 2013
nw of Ireland is part of the British isles. The rest ain't.
Bunters196 +1 karmaFebruary 2013Bloody Hell (TF2)
Oh gosh where's the debate here?...British Isles - What's in the picture (geographical)Britain - Scotland, England, Wales (geographical)UK - England, Scotland, Wales AND Northern Ireland (yes there is a border folks, it is a completely different country) which is Political.
ElSyd +1 karmaFebruary 2013
Thank you sir.
Gib1997 +1 karmaFebruary 2013
You're very welome :P
Tink89 -1 karmaFebruary 2013
republic of ireland not a british isle!
nubuii 0 karmaFebruary 2013Brain Explosion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_IslesThe British Isles is a geopolitical term comprising of the UK, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Mann and the Channel Islands :)
riceroni_jabroni 0 karmaFebruary 2013
I direct you to my previous reply Below!
Gib1997 +1 karmaFebruary 2013
Learn your geography mate
bunburry 0 karmaFebruary 2013Are You F*cking Kidding Me
The very fact that it is called a "republic" means it is independent and not under British rule, hence not a British Isle. It has nothing to do with geography, it would be more to do with either politics or the use of the English language you ignoramus.
ElSyd 0 karmaFebruary 2013
Bunbury, the physical isle itself, not the sovereignty of the country which exists upon the isle.
riceroni_jabroni +1 karmaFebruary 2013
it has everything to do with geography, British Isles is a geographical term only and not a political 1, ie has nothing to do with sovereign states and their borders therefore this is a silly argument and we should al just let it be now
Gib1997 0 karmaFebruary 2013
It doesn't work like that, it's just an old name
jgoding3 0 karmaFebruary 2013
there's been*
KosmischeSynth 0 karmaFebruary 2013
I proposed we start on Continental Europe. People need a lot of educatin'.
Gazza 0 karmaFebruary 2013
Ah lads at the end of the day, the English are alright.
Gib1997 +1 karmaFebruary 2013
Aye they are. They gave us money. We should have used it better...
dictatoramix3 +3 karmaFebruary 2013
Haha and thats why i like the irish.Scottish chick XD.
Gib1997 0 karmaFebruary 2013
And I like the Scottish. Ever seen braveheart? :P
dictatoramix3 0 karmaFebruary 2013
One film i can say i've never seen XD, clearly i'm too cool ;)
Gib1997 0 karmaFebruary 2013
Go on youtube ans see if you can find the scene with the Irish. Pretty much sums up the two countries' relationship
martlead -4 karmaFebruary 2013
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Venny15 +1 karmaFebruary 2013
+1 to the fellow Irishman. Well done.
Gib1997 0 karmaFebruary 2013
Why thank you :P
riceroni_jabroni 0 karmaFebruary 2013
why is everyone arguing about this,ireland is in the british isles! its a fact, the people who say it isint are wrong!everyone posting up the RA here wasnt even born when the ra was anything but a pack of scumbag's, if you want a political debate go somewhere that gives a fuck...its a geograhical term not a political 1...sincerely: a proud Kerryman.
Gib1997 0 karmaFebruary 2013
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geraldwog +1 karmaFebruary 2013
People were saying it wasn't in Britain you idiot
riceroni_jabroni +1 karmaFebruary 2013
check back over the comments before you go around calling random people an idiot. Idiot.
geraldwog +2 karmaFebruary 2013
That was one guy, on the other posts they were saying Britain, although I thank you for teaching people it is a part of The British Isles.
riceroni_jabroni +2 karmaFebruary 2013
Karma awarded my good man!
Morgan37 +1 karmaFebruary 2013
The British Isles is the correct geographical term, but the new term "British & Irish Isles" is being used in certain parts.
Gib1997 0 karmaFebruary 2013
Really? Weird. Anyway, thanks for the info :)
SchoolJewel +8 karmaFebruary 2013
Ireland > Everything else
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