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Old Jul 14th 2005, 9:50 pm
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Originally Posted by alkristensen
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Is it just me or is that quite a funny word to use on a site where everyone's trying to leave the country? How tolerant can you be when every f****r's trying to get out!!

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"religious"
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'ot (still) can't be bothered to go to bed
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Taxing......

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Old Jul 14th 2005, 10:27 pm
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(you should have seen it in London today!)
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(you should have seen it in London today!)
Presumably you will see even more in Aus - if that's what rocks your boat
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Old Jul 14th 2005, 10:35 pm
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Originally Posted by moneypen20
Presumably you will see even more in Aus - if that's what rocks your boat
I dunno, I don't think it's that great in Oz. Oz pales in comparison to Prague, Copenhagen, San Diego etc!.
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Old Jul 14th 2005, 10:43 pm
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Originally Posted by samnrob2
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Is it just me or is that quite a funny word to use on a site where everyone's trying to leave the country? How tolerant can you be when every f****r's trying to get out!!

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I meant tolerant in the way that we all are to others coming in and making up their own rules , shouting hatred on our streets and war mongering to young muslims to rise up and fight the jihad whilst living on our taxes to pay their benifits, and the way that we arent going gung ho and killing every last one just to make sure as the BNP and NF will and will/would have done. It may be early days yet, but i think the bombs were to test our resilliance and to disrupt our great multicultural diversity into a tit for tat war where they can gather more support for an uprising in this country. They seem to forget that we live in harmony and have done for 30 odd years, and most people have friends from all ethnic origins(i do anyway).

By tolerant i meant we dont go out there and fight for our right to be british and proud as it may cause offence!

Doesnt mean i AGREE WITH IT.

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Old Jul 14th 2005, 10:57 pm
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Can we give a few?

Home (it will always be my home)

Proud (always proud to say I am English)

Football (the only game that matters)

There is a hell of a lot of negative comments on this thread perhaps its better that most of you have left you must have been pretty miserable!!!

Have a good weekend a few and perhaps the world will seem a better place come Monday.

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Originally Posted by <")))><
Blatantly copying the theme of Soapy's thread:

Oz in a word

How about UK in a word (as a comparison) ?
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Old Jul 14th 2005, 11:06 pm
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Coudnt sum it up better myself

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Old Jul 14th 2005, 11:06 pm
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There is a hell of a lot of negative comments on this thread perhaps its better that most of you have left you must have been pretty miserable!!!
Agreed. I doubt anyone staying in the UK will give a shit when such negative twats squander vast amounts of money on a pipe-dream they're destined to **** up.

Anyway. Here's my word:

"bellicose"
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Old Jul 14th 2005, 11:18 pm
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Originally Posted by TrickyTree
There is a hell of a lot of negative comments on this thread perhaps its better that most of you have left you must have been pretty miserable!!!
TT
What amuses me are the ones that go on how the British aren't patriotic enough so they patriotically bugger off.
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Old Jul 14th 2005, 11:41 pm
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Old Jul 14th 2005, 11:41 pm
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Flawed.

I wanted to find a word that was both positive but reflected some sort of dispair, relative decay.

By hundreds of definitions, I think the UK is a ''great'' country but it is in national Cultural decline - nothing to do with chavs or immigrants by the way, - confidence in the main - and has just not quite got it anymore. It is missing the x factor.

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