McBash Regional Committee Meeting on 18/12

Discussion in '2015 McBash On Tour - The O'Bash' started by damientt, Dec 16, 2014.

  1. damientt

    damientt Registered User Read Only

    Scott and I will be going out for a meal in Babu's India Spice this coming Thursday and will probably discuss the 2015 O'Bash.

    Does anyone have any agenda items they'd like to have included for consideration?
     
  2. russ_fae_fyvie

    russ_fae_fyvie Registered User Read Only

    I hope you came up with some wonderful ideas !!

    Or did you just get pissed and fart a lot !!


    :yo:
     
  3. damientt

    damientt Registered User Read Only

    Yeah, we sure did.
     
  4. ianrobbo1

    ianrobbo1 good looking AND modest Club Sponsor

    Nothing new there then !! :dunno: was it nice then?? the Indian meal?? h1d1ng2
     
  5. Punchy

    Punchy Registered User Read Only

    And did the waitress have big tits? :dunno:
     
  6. Squag1

    Squag1 Can't remember.... Club Sponsor

    Even more importantly did she speak English or N Irish8rfl@

    We may need interpreters for the O'Bash.
    Did you have them for the McBash h1d1ng2 fl4g71
     
  7. Centaur

    Centaur Site Pedant Club Sponsor

    Only if it's visiting Kerry. :-0)
     
  8. russ_fae_fyvie

    russ_fae_fyvie Registered User Read Only

    Who's Kerry ?!

    :-0)
     
  9. damientt

    damientt Registered User Read Only

  10. tsm23

    tsm23 Registered User Read Only

    Aye bollox tae that

    When visiting Norn Irn (Northern Ireland):

    A few tips and frequently used colloquialisms on how to make your stay go with a bang (geddit) bang 8rfl@

    craic pronounced crack = this has no relevance to the bit that is on show from a builder's jeans.
    what's the craic = what's going on, how are you.
    how's the craic = is everything ok.
    where's the craic at = where is all the fun.
    What aboot ye = how are you.

    Feck is a colloquialism specific to Norn Irn as in
    Feck off = Your presence is no longer needed and you should vacate the persons vicinity ASAP.
    Feck me = this is not an invitation to get to know the person intimately, but is an exclamation of astonishment (as in my goodness)
    Ye fecking eejit = Your intelligence is being called into question.
    Ye fecking eejit = you're a good laugh.
    The above statements are made more discernable the more alcohol is consumed.

    He kicks with the left foot, he is a left footer.
    he kicks with the right foot, he is a right footer.
    the above are references to a person's religious bent and on no account should the question of what way are you bent be asked or a good kicking with both foots will be forthcoming.

    Uniforms = you will see a lot of uniforms here, everybody has one and they do not all belong to the salvation army. If in doubt a good tip is
    Very colourful and the wearer is carrying a bottle of wine = Protestant persuasion
    Dark leather 70s look jacket with a ski mask but not carrying skis = Catholic persuasion.
    No discernable colour, eating a doughnut and holding a speed camera = 50/50 persuasion, identified only as extremely unfriendly and to be avoided at all costs.

    Wine = please be specific in ordering wine, eg, order sauvignon or Chablis etc, if you don't, you will be handed a half bottle of buckfast, otherwise known as Belfast champagne.

    Politics = please be aware that Irish/Ulster people are a friendly and nice people. But do not talk about politics. We do not have politicians, we have gang leaders - lots of them. We have the UUP, DUP, PUP, IUP, SDLP, SF, and Alliance, all living together at the top of the hill. We just feed them money and they keep out of the way.

    Colours not to pack for your visit = red, white, blue, green or gold.

    PS when paying for anything, you will be asked for your "wee" card and you will then receive your "wee" receipt. This is perfectly normal.
     
  11. Squag1

    Squag1 Can't remember.... Club Sponsor

    And when you ask for somebody and you're told
    "He's away" = gone home (most likely)

    An Irish marriage proposal, not sure if NI -
    "Would you like to be buried with our people"

    In middle north 'forninst you' means it's
    in front of you. I heard the explanation
    once but can't remember. It did make sense.

    Been there frequently and found people in
    restaurants /cafes very friendly.
    More so than the south.
     
  12. tsm23

    tsm23 Registered User Read Only

    Aye that's "dead on" .
     

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