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  • #4713

    Anonymous

    I just noticed that you list Letterkenny IT’s game course in the Leinster section of the Courses…
    am I mistaken in thinking that it should be in Ulster, instead?
    I am not sure, you know, being French and all, but I just thought I’d mention it :P

  • #26739

    Anonymous

    Well spotted!

    Just found this on google…
    http://users.ox.ac.uk/~peter/workhouse/map/ulster.html

    Mal

  • #26937

    Anonymous

    so… errr…. could somebody move it to its proper place? :?

  • #26982

    Aphra K
    Keymaster

    er, will get that moved..

    I blame the Dubs myself..us culchies have a much better knowledge of Irish geography, seems the French do too..

    Aphra.

  • #26984

    Anonymous

    I blame the Dubs myself..us culchies have a much better knowledge of Irish geography
    [/quote:972e8285c2]
    read story in newspaper once went somin like this
    “A couple from rural ireland where in dublin and where chatting in gaelic to one another, two dubliners walked past a told them to go back to there own f***ing country”
    How Nice

  • #26991

    Anonymous

    I blame the Dubs myself..us culchies have a much better knowledge of Irish geography, seems the French do too..
    Aphra.[/quote:b499675d77]
    And what ye still miss out on is the fact that the only things that are worthwhile are in Dublin (though Aphra has come around to that enlightened state of understanding for the most part…)

    Dave

  • #26992

    Anonymous

    And what ye still miss out on is the fact that the only things that are worthwhile are in Dublin[/quote:c665fe8f99]
    Yeah, Dublin Bus, the Dart, the Luas, the Spike…fantastic, I wish i was there now.

  • #26993

    Anonymous

    ohhh yeah me too :roll:

  • #26997

    Anonymous

    Of all the two people on the boards, I expected you two to agree with me least :)

  • #26998

    Anonymous

    Yeah right… :?
    I was born in Lyon and lived in its lovely suburbs for my first 10 years, so you’ll forgive me if I am not too impressed by the glitter and strass, or is that litter and crass ? :wink:
    Plus when I think Geneva (which I live next to) has got a tram system for the last, pfff, I dunno, before I was even born… and trees every-freakin’-were.
    Nah, you’ll forgive me, I’ll just enjoy this little corner of rural Ireland for all its worth, although given how it’s growing right now, that might not be for very long :roll:

    I blame the Dubs, too :P

  • #26999

    Anonymous

    Florence has it right too.

    Everywhere on the continent seems to be better :)

  • #27000

    Anonymous

    I hate you all :cry:

    [Edit] except you Dave [/edit]

  • #27001

    Anonymous

    Just kidding, although I from there I don’t really like Dublin, in fact I probably hate it.

    But….if there is one thing I hate more than Dublin, it’s culchies!

  • #27002

    Anonymous

    Florence as in Italy?
    Yeah, I guess… just too many Italians for my liking :P
    (hey, my grandmother is half Italian, so I can be prejudiced all I want :wink: )

  • #27003

    Anonymous

    Florence as in Italy?
    Yeah, I guess… just too many Italians for my liking Razz
    (hey, my grandmother is half Italian, so I can be prejudiced all I want Wink )[/quote:2a9773a932]
    Yeah, lived there for 6 months. I agree, too many Italians, but then again….Italians or Dubs….I might choose the Italians :)

  • #27004

    Anonymous

    what’s wrong with culchies Max :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:

  • #27005

    Anonymous

    they smell bad, they talk funny, and they all call each other Ted, Were as in Dublin they all call you something more dignafied like Anto or syringe face.

  • #27006

    Anonymous

    your right about the ted thing but we’ll have to agree to disagree on the other 2.

    is that alright ted?

  • #27015

    Anonymous

    Yeah, lived there for 6 months. I agree, too many Italians, but then again….Italians or Dubs….I might choose the Italians :)[/quote:c04bb51fe1]

    Aye, at least they have got some sense of fashion… :P

  • #27017

    Anonymous

    Nah, you’ll forgive me, I’ll just enjoy this little corner of rural Ireland for all its worth[/quote:b2fc37e6c9]

    In Letterkenny one weekend last year there were more arrests than everywhere else in the country cobined that same weekend.

    Sounds nice. I wonder what Limericks like this time of year? :wink:

  • #27019

    Anonymous

    Florence as in Italy?
    Yeah, I guess… just too many Italians for my liking Razz
    (hey, my grandmother is half Italian, so I can be prejudiced all I want Wink )[/quote:87893dbf3e]
    Yeah, lived there for 6 months. I agree, too many Italians, but then again….Italians or Dubs….I might choose the Italians :)[/quote:87893dbf3e]dem’s fighting words!!

  • #27025

    Anonymous

    Yeah, lived there for 6 months. I agree, too many Italians, but then again….Italians or Dubs….I might choose the Italians :)[/quote:ea217b65db]

    Aye, at least they have got some sense of fashion… :P[/quote:ea217b65db]

    When it comes to fashion and Irish lads it’s important not to confuse “not having a sense of” and “couldn’t be arsed with” ;)

    That goes times ten for game developing Irish lads btw ;)

  • #27026

    Aphra K
    Keymaster

    Max..what are you saying about how I smell?! I am a culchie and proud of it if something of a Dublin convert too…don’t get me started however on the lovely little patch of the island I lived in last year!!

    Aphra.

  • #27033

    Anonymous

    In Letterkenny one weekend last year there were more arrests than everywhere else in the country cobined that same weekend.

    There was an extra bus load of Derry people that weekend.

    There was probably a drinks promo poster floating about the Galliagh area.

  • #27034

    Anonymous

    Yeah, a special on blue WKD…. :wink:

  • #27043

    Anonymous

    Max..what are you saying about how I smell?! I am a culchie and proud of it if something of a Dublin convert too…don’t get me started however on the lovely little patch of the island I lived in last year!!

    Aphra.[/quote:06c8735c48]

    Don’t take it personally Aphra, I hate everyone equally. And don’t start about Dublin, I’m sure I can probably come up more reasons to hate it than most. I’m an equal oportunist Misanthropist.

    I hate you all.

  • #27049

    Anonymous

    …or maybe even an dyslexic, equal opportunist, misanthropist.

  • #27050

    Anonymous

    dat too

  • #27051

    Anonymous

    I could brag but to be honest I used a spell checker…

  • #27052

    Anonymous

    …and I was so proud of spelling misanthropist correctly.

  • #27082

    Anonymous

    MooTV and Pete : :lol: I see you have heard of the Derry chav-buses, eh?
    Damn foreigners ;)

    Although, yeah, I hear last year we were on the RTE News as being the most drunken IT in Ireland…
    personally I don’t find that a really good thing, given I don’t much like my Saturday nights being ruined by some drunken chavs leaving the Grill in their Chavmobiles, but hey, at least nobody gets murdered… I guess :?

  • #27085

    Anonymous

    phillippe if you cant beat them…..

  • #27086

    Anonymous

    …ambush the chav bastids

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