Stupid Northern Irish protestants who can't spell the word families but insist on spelling it familys.
Orangemen remember the battle of the boyne, fought in 1690. They have marched on the 12th of July for many hundreds of years commemorating the victory of William of Orange, a protestant Dutch prince, over the catholic, Scottish King James.
The only time in recent memory they did not march was during the two World Wars. The reason for this was because they didn't want the Brits to see that they were all hiding in their houses and to afraid to go to war and fight for their country. Unlike the catholics who signed up in large numbers to fight the Germans.
See that usless pile of shite shaking in his boots, that's a typical orangeman.
The centre of the know universe and the unknown universe for that matter.
Capital of Norn Iron (Northern Ireland)
Visit Belfast and you won't want to leave.
Leave and you will want to come back.
Best bits: Ulster fry. It will stick to yer puddins like lead and keep ya goin all af tha day like.
Belfast, Belfast, wonderful town
It doesn't matter if your skin is brown
Belfast, Belfast, I love you
If you're outta work you can get the brew
Big, crusty round bread famed throughout Northern Ireland and the stuff of legends.
Usually split in the middle and stuffed full of any filling you like.
Popular with builder types coz its a quare feed far ya teabreak like.
Best smothered in Real butter such as Golden Cow or Dromona.
Givvas one a thon Belfast Baps luv wer cheese and ham.
Medium size town some 15 miles north of Belfast.
It's dull and boring.
Thousands go there everyday but find it better to get on the Ferry to Scotland to protect their sanity as any more than 15 minutes spent there can lead to suicide.
Good fun. Something funny as used in Northern Ireland and made famous by comedian Frank Carson.
thon's a cracker
Belfast name for the common stickleback found in lakes, rivers, ponds and dams.
Hey Jimmy, I gat a wee jam jar and a wee fishing net, wanna go down the wats and catch some spricks.
Naa, thanks all the same Paddy but me da's takin us up tha Ballymena ta see thon sheep shaggin contest
Fuck Jimmy ur a lucky bastard, me da never takes us anywhere good.
Confectionary product produced in Northern Ireland and sold mainly in Ballycastle at the aul lamas fair in August
mmm, thon yella man is cracker.