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United Kingdom, England and Great Britain

Ever wondered which one was right, or what/where it meant? This may help a little. Grey's Blog (3,071 views)


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JasonHickey at 8:43pm Feb 1, 2011 Reply | Quote
Fuck that. The English counted Ireland as the British Isles. These days every Irish refers to themselves as Irish. Everyone knows they are talking about the republic. Only Northern Irish refer to themselves as Northern Irish.
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morrel2, Feb 02 11 :12:25 am
Well said Jason. Ireland is Ireland. The north is Northern Ireland.
You tell someone in England you're Irish and they either think you're talking about the North, or ask whether you're from North or South. If you're from the the North you would have said that. We're from Ireland, simple as that. No need to state the obvious and say the it's a republic, we all know that!
(The English love to state the obvious, e.g. 'a carrier bag', instead of 'bag', 'engaged to get married', instead of 'engaged', or the worst of all 'rashers of bacon' instead of just 'rashers', I mean whoever heard of rashers of beef?!)


morrel2 at 12:25am Feb 2, 2011 Reply | Quote
Well said Jason. Ireland is Ireland. The north is Northern Ireland.
You tell someone in England you're Irish and they either think you're talking about the North, or ask whether you're from North or South. If you're from the the North you would have said that. We're from Ireland, simple as that. No need to state the obvious and say the it's a republic, we all know that!
(The English love to state the obvious, e.g. 'a carrier bag', instead of 'bag', 'engaged to get married', instead of 'engaged', or the worst of all 'rashers of bacon' instead of just 'rashers', I mean whoever heard of rashers of beef?!)
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Tom Jump, Feb 02 11 :12:57 am
english people like me do not say 'rashers of bacon' we just say 'bacon'! and not 'engaged to get married' we just say they are 'engaged'


kakerot0 at 5:12am Feb 3, 2011 Reply | Quote
This is some very useful information that I have always been confused about. Trouble is...I've watched it twice and am still confused.


kakerot0 at 5:33am Feb 3, 2011 Reply | Quote
I do know this...I am a direct descendant of Oliver Cromwell.


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