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Re: About religion

Post by eccles » Fri Dec 18, 2009 10:29 am

@ eccles great work over there at catholic answers. Perhaps I will join too and help you. But we have to behave there as absolutely loyal to his Holyness the great Benedict XVI who is practically holy apostle peter in person

Sure, I could do with some help with those Mad Micks, but don't refer to him as Papst Ratslinger or Pope Bean-a-Dick. They have a rack over there.
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Re: About religion

Post by Feardorcha » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:12 am

What are 'mad micks'?
In the US 'mick' is a prejoritive term for - well for me and my relatives.
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Re: About religion

Post by eccles » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:35 am

Feardorcha wrote:What are 'mad micks'?
In the US 'mick' is a prejoritive term for - well for me and my relatives.
I meant no offence. In Australia we refer to Americans as "Yanks", English as "Poms".
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Re: About religion

Post by Feardorcha » Fri Dec 18, 2009 1:32 pm

Hi Eccles,
Yeah I know that.
So, who are 'Mad Micks'?
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Re: About religion

Post by eccles » Fri Dec 18, 2009 1:57 pm

Feardorcha wrote:Hi Eccles,
Yeah I know that.
So, who are 'Mad Micks'?
Roman Catholics, usually the Irish ones, but is often used for all "Cattleticks".
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Re: About religion

Post by Regens Küchl » Fri Dec 18, 2009 10:54 pm

eccles wrote: Sure, I could do with some help with those Mad Micks, but don't refer to him as Papst Ratslinger or Pope Bean-a-Dick. They have a rack over there.
Why dont you open a Thread there and give them the following link and let them discuss what they think about their fellow (but homosexuality loving) micks :lol:
http://www.gaycatholicforum.org/html/index.html
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Re: About religion

Post by eccles » Sat Dec 19, 2009 12:49 am

Regens Küchl wrote:
eccles wrote: Sure, I could do with some help with those Mad Micks, but don't refer to him as Papst Ratslinger or Pope Bean-a-Dick. They have a rack over there.
Why dont you open a Thread there and give them the following link and let them discuss what they think about their fellow (but homosexuality loving) micks :lol:
http://www.gaycatholicforum.org/html/index.html
Are you volunteering me to be the first MARTYR to the Atheist cause?
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Re: About religion

Post by munsterdevil » Sat Dec 19, 2009 1:24 am

Lads could ye ease up on using the term 'mick', whatever about it being associated with being 'Catholic' it is definitely syonymous with being 'Irish', regardless of religion, I'm not offended by ye using it, I just find it a little condescending.

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Re: About religion

Post by eccles » Sat Dec 19, 2009 1:50 am

munsterdevil wrote:Lads could ye ease up on using the term 'mick', whatever about it being associated with being 'Catholic' it is definitely syonymous with being 'Irish', regardless of religion, I'm not offended by ye using it, I just find it a little condescending.

ps: I'm not a mod.

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Re: About religion

Post by Feardorcha » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:17 am

Regens, which do you dislike more, homosexuals or Micks (Irish Catholics)?
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