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Discussion in 'OT (OFF Topic) Forums' started by Happytalk73, Jul 10, 2016.
shhhhhhhhhh while they are playing.
Andy done did it..
Who gives a ****
Away an' boil your he'd.
Well done Andy Murray !
he wasn't playing anyone good like Borg and Perry was he.
And considering he one a point against the fastest serve in the tournament proves my point.....no wait.....
One of the worlds best players......we should salute him
A good day for British sports.
Boiling now , you must stop this premature ejaculation you have Renault, Prolong you're excitement , FO
(Fixed those for you).
Well done Murray.
Now, not that I'm one to correct spelling (unlike some ) but it's 'bile yer heid'. Away and bile yer heid!
If yer gonna dae it, dae it right laddie or yer bum's oot the windae.
What a great game, 147mph and he lost the point!! Wow!! Last set was pretty average but the pressure really showed once he won..
Well done that man!! Loved that he was still Scottish per the commentator once he won, usually that card comes out when he loses! Lol
I didn't know there was a correct way...
Does it really?
I've heard this about the UK home nations for years and really I think the only problem is that the national UK TV presentation teams have a habit of forgetting that 'England' does not equal the whole UK.
They don't really selectively forget the competitors come from the home nations other than England - rather they tend to forget that 'us', 'our', and 'we' don't always apply to the other home nations during Football, Rugby, Cricket, or Commonwealth athletics.
I'd prefer that they get the context right. If Murray or any other non-English competitor is competing under the banner of the UK then they are British. So if there isn't a home nations context - and if Scotland or Wales or NI are mentioned then it should be in the same context as a competitor coming from say London or Cornwall or Yorkshire. OTOH if there is a home nations context - eg. Euro 2016 or the Commonwealth Games then they should get that right too.
Scotch Lives Matter
Scotch definitely matters - whether you take it neat, with water, ice, or even if you take adulterated with say ginger.
I think in general: Lives Matter
Don't get me wrong I'm proud of my heritage and can track it back hundreds of years. But I'm British first and a true Scot at any wedding. It just annoys me when Americans, in particular, swap England, UK and Britain in the same sentence to mean the same place.
I just hope this vote does not result in more than we thought. Other wise call me an Scottish immigrant living in England or Wales!!!