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George, St George not on first name terms

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George, St George not on first name terms

Nice to see that St georges day has been remembered by p/n.

James Cheesy
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lhorwath
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Registered: 10-04-2007

George, St George not on first name terms

I agree, I think its a good (don't like the word "nice") thing. Not enough English companies back it.

Anyway, Happy St George's day everybody :lol:
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George, St George not on first name terms

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George, St George not on first name terms

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Anyway, Happy St George's day everybody :lol:



I will second that.

    Cheesy

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George, St George not on first name terms

Well done PlusNet - keep the flag flying - and Happy St George's Day to all the readers. Smiley
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George, St George not on first name terms

Had to look twice to make the dragon-slaying connection then had to laugh. Very good. Smiley
Simon_M
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Registered: 05-04-2007

George, St George not on first name terms

If you're looking for a song to sing in the pub tonight, try this, but don't blame me if you get a broken nose! Smiley
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George, St George not on first name terms

then we need one that doesnt berate others in order for us to look good.

hey, who knows that St.George was a palestinian. Cheesy
funny that he was chosen as a nationlist icon being foreign.... Cheesy
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Registered: 04-04-2007

George, St George not on first name terms

St George is also saint of another country cant remeber which one though, was it Russia? Although I always through it was St Peter for them.
Most paintent saints are from different coutrties though, who 'does' America?

Chris
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George, St George not on first name terms

Indeed, but being foreign doesn't matter does it?

St Patrick was Welsh.

Most of our claimed national dishes are from other countries, the same applies with other countries though, it isn't just us.