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Old 02-12-2013, 06:37 AM
 
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Just found this on the wonder web. Some of it bears a startling resemblence to me and my family lol.

"The Welsh are stubborn-very, very stubborn. The Welsh themselves would probably rather say "tenacious", but to anyone on the receiving end a better description might well be - bloody minded."

"Once a Welshman gets an idea-any idea- in his mind, nothing will dislodge it, and he will go to incredible lengths to realise it. In Wales even pacifists are belligerent about their beliefs"

"The Welsh Attitude to the English can be accurately summed up as 10% resentment and 90% pity."

"To a Welshman the benefits of the wonderful gifts of Welshness are so obvious that there is no need to boast about them. After all the Welshman's world is made up of only two types of people: fellow Welshmen (who understand already) and the rest (whose opinions do not count)"

"Wales is run by a secret and sophisticated elite, the extent of whose power is carefully hidden. Wales is, in fact, run entirely by Women. Welsh Women are truly formidable. They are strong- minded and articulate, with clear objectives and absolutely no qualms about enforcing them."

"The Welsh have a great military reputation as men who enjoy fighting and are good at it. This is probably because they find fierce and bloody warfare a pleasant and tranquil alternative to dealing with their womenfolk."

"The Welsh enjoy talking. They talk incessantly. They talk passionately. They talk about anything. Two aspects of Welsh conversation can confuse outsiders. The first is their habit of mocking what they hold most dear. The second is the way they argue most violently with those closest to them, because they know what they can get away with. A casual listener, hearing the raised voices and the name calling of the most personal and insulting variety, might have difficulty in telling a normal discussion between two close friends from the start of a blood feud."

"Welshness is an attitude of mind-sometimes psychopathic, often generous, usually friendly and always passionate"
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Old 02-12-2013, 09:58 PM
 
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Yes, that's me!!
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Old 02-27-2013, 08:08 AM
 
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I might start putting this on my CV, I think it would help people here to understand me better! Brilliant!
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Old 03-01-2013, 08:46 PM
 
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Quote I just saw on Facebook.

I may not be perfect but I'm Welsh so close enough.
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