Nothing much to tell but the smell we are becoming used too, Our PM is hardly a needy person like those he supposedly represents. His personal fortune of AUD$50,000000 plus does not give him licence to gauge the lifestyles of the lesser coddled citizens of oz.
I often wondered what was meant by the phrase uttered by Ulster Protestants, " If your name is Kevin you have no hope of being employed by 'Harland &Wolfe' the Belfast Ship builders. I thus assumed that the given name Kevin was a restricted Papist label awarded to persons within the minority faith Industry group in the six counties meaning the Catholics.
So our Kev the PM has been playing it cool.. Raised a Mick yes but not entirely convinced of its profitability sees no reason why a bit of kneeling in the Anglican and Judaic temples should go amiss, and , to add more flexibility sought out a wealthy robust - rather jolly protestant (Anglican) lady for his Eve.
This type of liaison is viewed within the six counties as nothing but disastrous not only do the two newly weds soon begin to fight like Kilkenny cats but it also breeds an intense mutual dislike between in laws.
Do you recall the song "The Orange And The Green". It starts off.
'Its the biggest mix up the world has ever seen, his father he was orange and his mother she was green.
Google, Video Its the biggest mix up.
However, I am losing sight of the fishy part. There is a large fresh water fish found mainly in Ireland's clean lakes which is quite palatable for all protagonists, according to records the largest one caught 4lbs 10 Oz's, yep you guessed right It is called a RUDD.
Tuesday, 15 June 2010
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