Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by rbastid, Jan 19, 2015.
About as Irish as I am and I look more like Aldo than McGregor haha.
Only if that man lived around here he'd probably be stoned to near death then shipped to Ireland so they could stone him aswell. :icon_lol: I didn't catch the event, how was the Boston crowd overall? I'm of irish descent and even I can admit the irish american community around here can be a pretty rowdy bunch
You do realize Boston has one of the largest Irish populations in the world right? It's something like 15% of people have Irish ancestry, myself included. Growing up in the Boston area I don't call myself Irish, but of my various ethnicities Irish is possibly the one I have the strongest emotional attachment to.
There are quite a few areas in Eastern Mass that have 30%+ of the population with Irish ancestry.
I bet your ancestry is that your grandad's dad once stepped foot in Ireland. Anybody who tries this hard to stick up for people who claim to be Irish, yet only when they're absolutely wankered and get covered up head to toe in green just blows my mind.
So everybody was Marcus Davis
I love me some Conor, but the fake Irish bullshit here in the States is douche chills for days.
It's like the fools who are suddenly Saint Patrick himself when March 17 rolls around. Have some damn dignity and quit embarrassing our species.
US got all kindz of fake ethnicities from Irishmen to blacks, they are all half breed. :wink:
So, he's part Irish and proud of it?
What's the problem?
With posts like this, you're going to move up to #2 P4P poster.
The Onion always brings it.
A saw at least one true Irish person in the crowd! He was an older fella with thin white hair and the rosy red cheeks of a heavy drinker! He was squinting at the camera as it was zooming over the crowd, holding the Irish flag with a half-cocked smirk on his face.
I am actually being honest. He stood out. I must have Irish-radar. Paddy O'Shea-dar.
Except as I proved in that other thread you are a moron. I don't do any of that. My grandfather came from Ireland on my mother's side, and on my father's side they changed their surname to an Irish one.
I have never been drunk in my life, never wear green, don't celebrate St. Patty's day, and flat out said I do not call myself Irish. When people ask I give them my complete ethnicity.
My post proved Boston has one of the largest populations of people with Irish ethnicity in the world, and many of them have a large percentage of Irish ethnicity. Nothing you said had any meaning, rather than attack my post you went straight for ad-hominems. It's about the quality of post I expect from you.
It's the onion, it's satire, it's not a real news story, the person in the article does not actually exist.
Plenty of them in Scotland lol, i have to laugh
Plenty of them everywhere. Still doesn't change the fact that lots of people in the Boston area take pride in their Irish heritage. I have never personally met anyone like the person in the "article", but I am sure some exist somewhere.
Say what you want pal. There's one type of person who sticks up for plastic paddys. Other plastic paddy's.
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