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Conversation Between dublinirish and ACamp1900
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  1. ACamp1900
    10-03-2017 11:16 AM
    We've all been there I think...
  2. dublinirish
    10-03-2017 11:10 AM
    yeah i think a break for today is wise. thanks dude
  3. ACamp1900
    06-17-2016 09:15 PM
    If only they weren't so odd we Scots could have teamed with them against the feckers.... But as is was...
  4. dublinirish
    06-17-2016 04:45 PM
    aha no worries, another symbol their fans use is the daffodil. they have packers cheesehead style hats they wear that are daffodils instead of cheese blocks :D
  5. ACamp1900
    06-17-2016 11:54 AM
    LOL... I got the Dragon part (obvious) the rest was completely new to me... thanks for taking the time buddy!!!
  6. dublinirish
    06-17-2016 03:36 AM
    The leek is also a national emblem of Wales. According to legend, Saint David (the patron saint of Wales) ordered his Welsh soldiers to identify themselves by wearing the vegetable on their helmets in an ancient battle against the Saxons that took place in a leek field. It is still worn on St David's Day each 1 March

    Red Dragon was the battle standard of king Arthur according to legend and its on the Welsh flag

    Sheep because the joke around this part of the world is that the Welsh are sheep shaggers lol
  7. dublinirish
    04-01-2016 11:27 AM
    hey dude we will move to Fenton, Michigan at first (it's my wife's family hometown) but then we might look to move somewhere else (North Carolina, Cincy, Florida perhaps) we just don't know yet The visa process is so incredibly long and tedious it's hard to really get it in our heads that we are going to be moving, our daughter keeps us so busy every day too we have no time to think!

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