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Posted: 1 year ago

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wookieelover101

WHERE THE FUCK IS SHETLAND?

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Wow, thanks for all the likes lads! :)

Posted 1 year ago

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gerbilluv1

An Irish man would know the problem with this picture

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Which is? (Not attempting to be sarcastic, just genuinely curious)

Posted 1 year ago

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gerbilluv1

Sorry ne not nw

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

.....what? Grammar mate, and the British Isles is a geographical term, not a political one

Posted 1 year ago

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gerbilluv1

nw of Ireland is part of the British isles. The rest ain't.

Posted 1 year ago

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Bunters196

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.

Bloody Hell (TF2)

Posted 1 year ago

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ElSyd

Thank you sir.

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

You're very welome :P

Posted 1 year ago

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Tink89

republic of ireland not a british isle!

Posted 1 year ago

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nubuii

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Isles The British Isles is a geopolitical term comprising of the UK, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Mann and the Channel Islands :)

Brain Explosion

Posted 1 year ago

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riceroni_jabroni

I direct you to my previous reply Below!

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Learn your geography mate

Posted 1 year ago

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bunburry

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.

Are You F*cking Kidding Me

Posted 1 year ago

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ElSyd

Bunbury, the physical isle itself, not the sovereignty of the country which exists upon the isle.

Posted 1 year ago

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riceroni_jabroni

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

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

It doesn't work like that, it's just an old name

Posted 1 year ago

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jgoding3

there's been*

Posted 1 year ago

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KosmischeSynth

I proposed we start on Continental Europe. People need a lot of educatin'.

Posted 1 year ago

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Gazza

Ah lads at the end of the day, the English are alright.

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Aye they are. They gave us money. We should have used it better...

Posted 1 year ago

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dictatoramix3

Haha and thats why i like the irish. Scottish chick XD.

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

And I like the Scottish. Ever seen braveheart? :P

Posted 1 year ago

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dictatoramix3

One film i can say i've never seen XD, clearly i'm too cool ;)

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Go on youtube ans see if you can find the scene with the Irish. Pretty much sums up the two countries' relationship

Posted 1 year ago

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Venny15

+1 to the fellow Irishman. Well done.

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Why thank you :P

Posted 1 year ago

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riceroni_jabroni

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.

Posted 1 year ago

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geraldwog

People were saying it wasn't in Britain you idiot

Posted 1 year ago

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riceroni_jabroni

check back over the comments before you go around calling random people an idiot. Idiot.

Posted 1 year ago

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geraldwog

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.

Posted 1 year ago

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riceroni_jabroni

Karma awarded my good man!

Posted 1 year ago

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Morgan37

The British Isles is the correct geographical term, but the new term "British & Irish Isles" is being used in certain parts.

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Really? Weird. Anyway, thanks for the info :)

Posted 1 year ago

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SchoolJewel

Ireland > Everything else

Posted 1 year ago

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keylala87

Love it, not even on the other side of the pond will agree to its own countries/borders. We Americans can feel less dumb now, thanks.

Posted 1 year ago

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cormac123man

Sincerely your a prod. Up the RA(IRA). R.I.P Alan Ryan

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Actually, I was a Catholic for 15 years. But then twats like you made me decide, y'know what, I can't side with these guys anymore

Posted 1 year ago

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bradboesen

Tiocfaidh ar la

Posted 1 year ago

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PillowPants

You're a joke, I don't like nor use the term "British Isles" and do a decent job arguing my point. You do a good job at degrading Ireland.

Posted 1 year ago

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samemmess

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNu8XDBSn10 -- Can we all stfu now?

Posted 1 year ago

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PillowPants

The term faggot had a different meaning once

Posted 1 year ago

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drrck

Bout damn time someone had some sense.

Posted 1 year ago

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granada28

The map shows the Republic of Ireland. The Republic of Ireland is not and never will be a part of the British Isles it is a sovereign nation. From a real Irishman...Not a Pretender. Feel free to apply burn cream.

Posted 1 year ago

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Theoriginalfake

I'm pretty sure a 'real Irishman' would not only know that we ARE part of the British Isles....

Posted 1 year ago

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Stevej255

Well clearly the point of this post completely went over your head.

Posted 1 year ago

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DiamondMango

just because it's a different country doesn't mean it's not part of a group of islands anymore

Posted 1 year ago

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cj_jones

Oh my god, moron. ROI is part of the British Isles. The British Isles is simply a geographical term for ROI, Northern Island, England, Wales and Scotland (and those other funny islands things). Get your facts right you stupid drunk leprechaun.

Posted 1 year ago

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matoro1989

Thank you. I cracked up most at the drunk leprechaun part.

Chuckle

Posted 1 year ago

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Becker

The only border is the sea. Done.

Posted 1 year ago

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jhenry

Good on ye boii

Posted 1 year ago

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Bananas

Thank frig for people like the op!

Posted 1 year ago

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Hooch

"there's beens" Yup, definitely an Irishman.

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

SHITE. I should've noticed that. Thanks for letting me know anyway

Posted 1 year ago

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Charlatan [m]

Oh, a comment had been made about it. I can go now.

Posted 1 year ago

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nubuii

Just to be a dickhead, you forgot the Isles of Scilly, Guernsey and Jersey, which are also apart of the British Isles :) But I'm finally glad this debate is over!

Victory Dance

Posted 1 year ago

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misswalden

well all of the channel islands theres more than 2. but good karma for recognising.

Posted 1 year ago

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nubuii

Ohh I know that by the official definition of Guernsey is: 'Guernsey embraces not only all ten parishes on the Island of Guernsey, but also the islands of Alderney and Sark – each with their own parliament – and the smaller islands of Herm, Jethou and Lihou' So I was using the wider definition of Guernsey :) Happy Days!

Posted 1 year ago

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Thomasjaffray

Thank fuck for this guy

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Thanks :P

Posted 1 year ago

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geraldwog

Go rabh maith agat.

Posted 1 year ago

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PollyLollipop9

Thank you so so much.

Posted 1 year ago

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Samerekaul24 [m]

You're awesome

You're Awesome

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

Thanks :P

Posted 1 year ago

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thompz

Go home Irishman... You're drunk... All the time...

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

I don't drink. Go home sterotypist, you're a cunt

Posted 1 year ago

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thompz

You don't drink, explains why you're a miserable little dickhead.

Posted 1 year ago

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Gib1997

You do know that alcohol isn't the single thing in existence that can cause happiness?

Posted 1 year ago

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thompz

Oh sorry, you're 'high' on life... wake up to the real world. You couldn't even take a little joke about a classic stereotype around the world that Irish people drink all the time.

Posted 1 year ago

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bunburry

An bhfúil tú ag magadh?? *hiccup* I'm gonna *burp* feckin...get...feckin...*hiccup* wha were ya on abou agin???

Smush

Posted 1 year ago