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    Why would a barman be elected?

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    Just for the banter?
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    Well if so, we might as well go with the stereotypical barman....
    Nigel Farage always seems to have a pint in his hand - the bar is his natural habitat.
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    In the pure spirit of democracy my fine fellow
    **** democracy

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    Nigel Farage always seems to have a pint in his hand - the bar is his natural habitat.
    The Irish are stereotyped to have pubs as milestones, and live in pubs
    Which is true in a way
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    **** democracy

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    **** democracy

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    Nice to see the righties revealing their true colours by quoting Hitler
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    Nice to see the righties revealing their true colours by quoting Hitler
    So TDA is Hitler?

    I prefer the Tzars

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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    The Irish are stereotyped to have pubs as milestones, and live in pubs
    Which is true in a way
    That is true. I was lucky enough to go to Australia in the summer and they had several 'Irish pubs' around but not one 'English pub'. I'm not quite sure what the difference is but oh well.
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    Why would a barman be elected?

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    Pin the hope of getting a better one then we currently do.
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    So TDA is Hitler?

    I prefer the Tzars

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    Nah.

    He's Stalin.

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    Nah.

    He's Stalin.

    Someone's going to be really hurt about that comparison.

    I'm sure Josef will get over it eventually though


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    These results are taking forever
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    That is true. I was lucky enough to go to Australia in the summer and they had several 'Irish pubs' around but not one 'English pub'. I'm not quite sure what the difference is but oh well.
    Everything

    In fairness, there are Irish people everywhere. There's probably some tribe of Irish people in the Amazon who only know the words "Ah go on, you'll have another one".
    Sure when Neil Armstrong first set foot on the Moon, wasn't there a crowd of Irish people going
    "Howayeh Neil! You wouldn't be of the Armstrongs from Fermanagh, would ye? Ahh lovely people I knew your grandfather well"


    The only place you wouldn't find an Irish person is in one of those Irish-themed pubs



    Oh Australia? Sure I know a song about Irish pubs in Australia:

    (Read the description)

    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Someone's going to be really hurt about that comparison.

    I'm sure Josef will get over it eventually though


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    Now THAT...
    was a good joke
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    Everything

    In fairness, there are Irish people everywhere. There's probably some tribe of Irish people in the Amazon who only know the words "Ah go on, you'll have another one".
    Sure when Neil Armstrong first set foot on the Moon, wasn't there a crowd of Irish people going
    "Howayeh Neil! You wouldn't be of the Armstrongs from Fermanagh, would ye? Ahh lovely people I knew your grandfather well"


    The only place you wouldn't find an Irish person is in one of those Irish-themed pubs



    Oh Australia? Sure I know a song about Irish pubs in Australia:

    (Read the description)



    Now THAT...
    was a good joke
    PROSM - a great song.
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    PROSM - a great song.
    A brilliant song, so it is
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    These results are taking forever
    Was worth the wait

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    You realise the potato jokes are about the Famine, now claimed to be an act of genocide?

    Ach come on I'm serious!

    The best 2 lagers are obviously Harp and Corona, with possibly Fosters and Peroni close behind
    I quite like Adnams' dry hopped lager relatively speaking, and Fourpure's Pils is excellent (not sure if pils technically counts as lager or not but they're very close).
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    I quite like Adnams' dry hopped lager relatively speaking, and Fourpure's Pils is excellent (not sure if pils technically counts as lager or not but they're very close).
    Really?

    The election results are out and you're still feckin talking about beer?
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    Really?

    The election results are out and you're still feckin talking about beer?
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    Really?

    The election results are out and you're still feckin talking about beer?
    Beer matters more to me than the MHoC, what can I say?

    Also I just got back from the pub so my mind is definitely on beer.
 
 
 
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