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Discussion in 'football' started by badlands, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. editor

    editor Like an ultra left hatboy on heat

    I was making a cup of tea at the time but I'm guessing it may have been Men of Harlech. Either that or Bob Marley's, 'Three Little Birds' which has become a Cardiff anthem.
     
  2. Termite Man

    Termite Man zombie flesh eater

    there have been a couple of early day motions in parliament about it but it's never actually happened.
     
  3. tommers

    tommers I did it!

    Should be Jerusalem anyway.
     
  4. editor

    editor Like an ultra left hatboy on heat

    The equally baffling Jerusalem seems a more likely choice:
    :confused:
     
  5. Termite Man

    Termite Man zombie flesh eater

    it should be this

     
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  6. discokermit

    discokermit Well-Known Member

    it should be "who do you think you are kidding mr hitler".
     
  7. trampie

    trampie Ba..ba..blacksheep Banned

    England has no definite national anthem unlike Wales.
     
  8. tommers

    tommers I did it!

    It's a poem about not resting until you help to build a utopian, spiritual society in an idealised England. It's one of the greatest, most inspiring poems ever written, by England's greatest poet.
     
  9. trampie

    trampie Ba..ba..blacksheep Banned

    Never felt more like singing the blues.....;)
     
  10. Termite Man

    Termite Man zombie flesh eater

    it's lucky you're here to tell us what we're talking about.
     
  11. discokermit

    discokermit Well-Known Member

    yeh, but it's no "who do you think you are kidding...", is it?
     
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  12. trampie

    trampie Ba..ba..blacksheep Banned

    Glad to be of service.
     
  13. editor

    editor Like an ultra left hatboy on heat

    Because Jerusalem's just the kind of place to aspire to these days, eh?
     
  14. spacemonkey

    spacemonkey I Love Noodles

    How did the Bob Marley thing start? I joined in singing it, with no idea why.
     
  15. tommers

    tommers I did it!


    What? You've completely lost me.
     
  16. editor

    editor Like an ultra left hatboy on heat

    You don't think it might be seen as just a little bit odd to have English fans going on about Jerusalem?
     
  17. tommers

    tommers I did it!


    No. That would be funnier. Who do we write to?
     
  18. editor

    editor Like an ultra left hatboy on heat

    The Dad's Army theme would be perfect for England.
     
  19. discokermit

    discokermit Well-Known Member





    i'd be proud to stand for that.
     
  20. Termite Man

    Termite Man zombie flesh eater

    it would be quite embarrassing since Hitler has been dead for about 67 years.
     
  21. trampie

    trampie Ba..ba..blacksheep Banned

    Considering Englands Anglo Saxon roots what about the German national anthem 'The song of the Germans', but instead of Deutschland Deutschland it could be Ingerlund Ingerlund uber alles.
     
  22. discokermit

    discokermit Well-Known Member

    exactly. put him in his place.
     
  23. Termite Man

    Termite Man zombie flesh eater

    but England is multi-cultural now so the anthem shouldn't just cater for the people that come over about 1500 years ago.
     
  24. trampie

    trampie Ba..ba..blacksheep Banned

    A rainbow nation, i think South Africa has a few different languages in its national anthem.
     
  25. Deareg

    Deareg Well-Known Member

    Thought you were from Staffordshire?
     
  26. discokermit

    discokermit Well-Known Member

    south staffordshire.
     
  27. Deareg

    Deareg Well-Known Member

    You were supposed to take the needle!! for fucks sake.
     
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  28. discokermit

    discokermit Well-Known Member

    sorry. now ed's gone i've run out of steam.
     
  29. bendeus

    bendeus Regions, not Rogions!

    What a strange thread.

    Whether it be a 'British' anthem or no, WH fans surely sang GSTQ in the full knowledge that they'd wind up the Welsh fans, none of whom would ever 'own' such an appalling, Saxon, monarchist dirge. It appears that they did this with a degree of success, for which I applaud them.

    I think, however, that the last two pages have been a success only in the sense that it has seen Ed being stoutly defended by Trampie, which has to be worth something, no?
     
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  30. editor

    editor Like an ultra left hatboy on heat

    Listening to English idiots picking on minorities just gets boring after a while.
     

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