Discussion in 'football' started by LiamO, Jan 29, 2012.
So nobody eats dogs in Korea?
Only in sleatercuntibollock's head. But never mind, let's have another thread about all about him... and how angry he is with the world since all ye nasty fellas all ridiculed him on the Suarez thread.
Fed will be able to confirm if it was sung at Everton fans as well as LFC ones - I suspect it was/is.
That's cos you are such a thick cunt.
But at least you are aware on some level of what is driving your pissiness on this one.
Another one we used to sing was,
Feed the Scousers, let them know it's Christmas time.
Seems these ones are all basically anti-Irish (a reference to the famine, no?)
No it was one of the live aid concerts, remember the song that Bono and all the other pop star sang? Feed the people I think was the original line.
Hardly. It's Southern contempt for the feckless lot up North, who never had the gumption to develop a services-based economy. Nothing anti-Irish about it.
Anti Irish songs?
yeah I know the song it's a tune for, but that and the rats one are basically 'you're so fucking poor you're starving, haha' sung at a club from a city with massive Irish immigration. Hibs get the rats one and their full name is Edinburgh Hibernian.
I am Irish.
I'm not really. I'm just stunned by the hypocrisy.
So, you are wrong, I could actually find it offensive that you are equating eating rats with being Irish.
That's correct cos I remember City playing Sheffield Wednesday during the miners strike and we sang "feed the miners, let them know its Christmas time". Of course some of my thicker mates thought it was just a clever rmix of the Scouser song.
Can;t remember what we sand to Notts Co that season; scab counts was about the height of it.
Manchester is also full of Irish, and I heard plenty of Irish born supporters singing it, you really are way off track with this one.
I used to sing sign on sign on cos you'll never get a job at them, and I was on the dole myself.
Yeah that old one too. i did it when i was on the dole as well.
As a city, Manchester just seems to have such a superiority complex when it comes to Liverpool.
And to whoever asked if it was also sung at Everton fans. of course. They're the blue dippers.
Nah, would not use the word superiority, lot of rivalry for some reason, but away from the football it is mostly good natured, don't know anyone who genuinely hates Scousers.
The next verse is 'you piss on the carpet and shit in the bath, you finger your Grandma and think it's a laugh'
Then 'Your Mum's on the game and your Dad's in the nick, you can't get a job 'cause you're too fucking thick'
So no, don't think it's an anti Irish thing. Just a parody of In your Liverpool home with some not nice words.
I won't repeat the final verse, there's places I won't go.
*shrug* maybe. I just think it's a bit like Rangers singing the Famine Song at Celtic.
That song was sung by all and sundry in england - against whoever their most bitter rivals were.
Mind you I have NEVER heard it sung AT fans BY fans from the same city - which is clearly fuckin stupid and (on reflection) indeed sectarian/racist, when sung by Hertz fans about their fellow citizens.
But it had/has no racial connotations sarf of the border
Nelson Mandela going through Dublin City on an open top bus....
to the shouts of 'ooo ah, Paul McGraths Da'.....
Feed the scousers is to the tune of Band Aid. Again, nothing to do with the Irish, just local rivalries using pop songs.
In fact I'm sure using the Celtic/Rangers example Liverpool and United would fall on the same side of whichever goes with which (I can never remember or care that much)
PM it to me if you won't type it
Its a fact tho!
Obviously. traditionally Liverpool would be the 'Proddy' team on Merseyside and Everton the Cat-lick one - although those days seem well gone for the vast majority of Liverpool fans.
didn't know that, that maybe makes a bollocks of my thought process then
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