I Wish I Was In Dixie

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Cork GAA confederate Frilly Keane writes:

As a supplement to Mick Flavin’s cartoon on Saturday…Since it’s as scorcher I thought tog out in sum’ting nice. Rebels, thy Kingdom comes #MunsterHurlingFinal #CorcaighAbú

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25 thoughts on “I Wish I Was In Dixie

    1. De Kloot

      Who paints decking?! Those who bought the cheap stuff from Woodies… That’s who….

    2. Frilly Keane

      Never paint your decks Bert
      Power hose annually
      Dose with protim annually

      And it’ll outlive you

  1. Tish Mahorey

    Pff, Rebel county. That name was from when Corkmen fought in an English war of succession about 500 years ago. They weren’t native Irish lads fighting the English. They were Norman/French.

    1. Anomanomanom

      Its a crap county anyway, Not like Dublin with its clean streets, safety at every corner and absolutely no shootings.

      1. Jake38

        Totally agree. Dublin also lacks the swampy odours and general air of faux superiority.

        1. Clampers Outside!

          Em, no…. the Liffey as it stank like hell…. rings true today (or last week anyway) as it did when it was first sung. And Dublin has more faux superior attitude then the rest of the island ….you’ll hear “do you know who I am?” asked more in Dublin than anywhere, in all truth and fairness :)

          1. realPolithicks

            The reason Dublin has a “superior attitude” is because it is superior, obviously.

          2. ahjayzis

            There’s a difference in being haughty about being from the one actual city on the island, the place that pays for the rest of the country, the seat of politics and culture and industry, where a third of the population lives, and the totally absurd notions from people who come from a small to medium sized glorified village down the arse end of the country, in fairness. Tallaght del Sur.

          3. Anne

            There’s a difference in being haughty about being from the one actual city on the island, the place that pays for the rest of the country, the seat of politics and culture and industry, where a third of the population lives, and the totally absurd notions from people who come from a small to medium sized glorified village down the arse end of the country, in fairness. Tallaght del Sur.

            What absurd notions? That we’re not backward hillbillies if we’re not from an apache estate, with junkies on every corner, dodging bullets in the ‘one actual city’?

            Notions about a bit of space.. a bit of a garden outside the front and back of your house.. Notions about taking a ride around on your bicycle with the haughty taughty notion that you’ll be able to ride home on it, after your trip into the village in the arse end of the country?

            Did you know too, the arse end aint really that far away..less than 2 hours to Limerick from the M7… About 3 hours to Cork M7/M8.

      2. ahjayzis

        Well you’ll always have less violence with a high-level of incest and bestiality. No sense in robbing family / cruelty to animals.

        1. Anne

          By the way, I thought we were only to be inflicted with this on Fridays?

          It’s only Monday.. ffs.

        2. LW

          original post and comments have combined to make this thread the worst I’ve seen here! ljg relegated to paltry #2

    1. Mikeyfex

      You talking about the original post or the witty exchange taking place underneath Tish’s comment?

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