Discussion:
All Blacks vs Wales, a haka thread.
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Massive Gonads
2009-11-03 10:04:25 UTC
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I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend... 2008
was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets, delaying the
game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry about the timing of
the haka and it was performed in the change room. Youtube below:

http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008

In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
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Mike
2009-11-03 10:17:21 UTC
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Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.

Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?

Mike
Massive Gonads
2009-11-03 10:22:55 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Fuck off, you're not Welsh.
Post by Mike
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
Only in Wales, I don't remember the haka being so controversial in any other
arena... This decade anyway. Wales were good 100 years ago and briefly 60
years ago.... but these days they're just shite and they should behave
accordingly!
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Mike
2009-11-03 10:50:29 UTC
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Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game
on, fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Fuck off, you're not Welsh.
A great grandfather on my fathers side was welsh but you posted on a
public forum therefore anyone has the right to respond, welsh or not.
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked
about as the game?
Mike
Only in Wales, I don't remember the haka being so controversial in any
other arena... This decade anyway. Wales were good 100 years ago and
briefly 60 years ago.... but these days they're just shite and they
should behave accordingly!
Just about every other match the ABs play someone seems to disrespect
it, they either tun their backs, stare too hard or just want to have a
sing song afterward.

Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?

Mike
dechucka
2009-11-03 11:19:09 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Fuck off, you're not Welsh.
A great grandfather on my fathers side was welsh but you posted on a
public forum therefore anyone has the right to respond, welsh or not.
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
Only in Wales, I don't remember the haka being so controversial in any
other arena... This decade anyway. Wales were good 100 years ago and
briefly 60 years ago.... but these days they're just shite and they
should behave accordingly!
Just about every other match the ABs play someone seems to disrespect it,
they either tun their backs, stare too hard or just want to have a sing
song afterward.
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
not answering for mg ( in any way ) the Haka should be with the cultural
stuff, than the anthems and on with the game.
Massive Gonads
2009-11-04 06:15:57 UTC
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Post by dechucka
not answering for mg ( in any way ) the Haka should be with the cultural
stuff, than the anthems and on with the game.
For the record I agree, I think it gives the All Blacks an unfair advantage.
I'd be ok with it being restricted to the change room for away games, good
luck trying to remove it from a home game though.
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Stephen Doyle
2009-11-04 07:37:45 UTC
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Post by Massive Gonads
Post by dechucka
not answering for mg ( in any way ) the Haka should be with the cultural
stuff, than the anthems and on with the game.
For the record I agree, I think it gives the All Blacks an unfair
advantage. I'd be ok with it being restricted to the change room for away
games, good luck trying to remove it from a home game though.
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$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Ahhh, now we get to the nub, the Aussies can't cope with it. What a bunch of
pussies they must be in MG eyes.

Cheers
Stephen
Massive Gonads
2009-11-04 07:57:56 UTC
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Post by Stephen Doyle
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by dechucka
not answering for mg ( in any way ) the Haka should be with the cultural
stuff, than the anthems and on with the game.
For the record I agree, I think it gives the All Blacks an unfair
advantage. I'd be ok with it being restricted to the change room for away
games, good luck trying to remove it from a home game though.
--
$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Ahhh, now we get to the nub, the Aussies can't cope with it. What a bunch
of pussies they must be in MG eyes.
pft, if anything the Aussies combat it the best by leaving their tracksuits
on before singing a song about a dude who likes sheep, lol.
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Mike
2009-11-04 08:04:58 UTC
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Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Stephen Doyle
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by dechucka
not answering for mg ( in any way ) the Haka should be with the
cultural stuff, than the anthems and on with the game.
For the record I agree, I think it gives the All Blacks an unfair
advantage. I'd be ok with it being restricted to the change room for
away games, good luck trying to remove it from a home game though.
--
$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Ahhh, now we get to the nub, the Aussies can't cope with it. What a
bunch of pussies they must be in MG eyes.
pft, if anything the Aussies combat it the best by leaving their
tracksuits on before singing a song about a dude who likes sheep, lol.
Sexual rivalry eh, that might worry the AB enough to put them off their
game now and again.

Mike
Matua
2009-11-04 09:22:01 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Stephen Doyle
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by dechucka
not answering for mg ( in any way ) the Haka should be with the
cultural stuff, than the anthems and on with the game.
For the record I agree, I think it gives the All Blacks an unfair
advantage. I'd be ok with it being restricted to the change room for
away games, good luck trying to remove it from a home game though.
--
$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Ahhh, now we get to the nub, the Aussies can't cope with it. What a
bunch of pussies they must be in MG eyes.
pft, if anything the Aussies combat it the best by leaving their
tracksuits on before singing a song about a dude who likes sheep, lol.
Sexual rivalry eh, that might worry the AB enough to put them off their
game now and again.
Mike
Any team would be worried with you hanging around stroking your mongrel,
mikey!
Mike
2009-11-05 07:54:40 UTC
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Post by Matua
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Stephen Doyle
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by dechucka
not answering for mg ( in any way ) the Haka should be with the
cultural stuff, than the anthems and on with the game.
For the record I agree, I think it gives the All Blacks an unfair
advantage. I'd be ok with it being restricted to the change room for
away games, good luck trying to remove it from a home game though.
--
$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Ahhh, now we get to the nub, the Aussies can't cope with it. What a
bunch of pussies they must be in MG eyes.
pft, if anything the Aussies combat it the best by leaving their
tracksuits on before singing a song about a dude who likes sheep, lol.
Sexual rivalry eh, that might worry the AB enough to put them off their
game now and again.
Mike
Any team would be worried with you hanging around stroking your mongrel,
mikey!
My springer is a pedigree and I have the certificate to prove it.

Mike
Massive Gonads
2009-11-03 11:21:22 UTC
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Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk dance,
with top hats and canes.
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Mike
2009-11-03 13:12:41 UTC
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Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right? Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.

BTW not a top hat in sight:


Mike
Mike
2009-11-03 13:13:42 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right? Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
BTW not a top hat in sight: http://youtu.be/pIOS19WzEZM
Mike
BTW I gave up watching the you tube link after 30secs - I strongly
advise you do the same!

Mike
Brent Hadley
2009-11-03 13:57:08 UTC
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Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh. It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.

Cheers

Brent
Mike
2009-11-04 07:57:42 UTC
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Post by Brent Hadley
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right? Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh. It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Cheers
Brent
So if the welsh boys dance WITH them the AB won't go off and dance in
the dressing room?

Problem solved, maybe they can meet after the game and exchange makeup
and hair grooming tips as well.

Mike
Brent Hadley
2009-11-04 09:13:09 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Cheers
Brent
So if the welsh boys dance WITH them the AB won't go off and dance in
the dressing room?
Problem solved, maybe they can meet after the game and exchange makeup
and hair grooming tips as well.
Nice deflection of being wrong!

Cheers

Brent
Mike
2009-11-05 07:58:40 UTC
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Post by Brent Hadley
Post by Mike
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right? Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh. It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Cheers
Brent
So if the welsh boys dance WITH them the AB won't go off and dance in
the dressing room?
Problem solved, maybe they can meet after the game and exchange makeup
and hair grooming tips as well.
Nice deflection of being wrong!
Cheers
Brent
How so? When wales wanted to answer the AB by singing a traditional
welsh hymm the AB flounced off to the dressing room.

MAYBE as a compromise the welsh sing at the same time? Bread of Heaven
isn't what I would call a dance track but I'm sure the AB choreographers
could make it work: ".... shake it Richie, shake it ... that's it Danny,
you work it girl .... and step and step, turn and jazz hands .... smile
Nonu you miserable breeder!"

Mike
johnmhill
2009-11-04 09:19:58 UTC
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Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Cheers
Brent
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.


JH
Brent Hadley
2009-11-04 09:21:50 UTC
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Post by johnmhill
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Cheers
Brent
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.
So keen to hasten your team's demise?

Cheers

Brent
johnmhill
2009-11-04 09:25:48 UTC
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Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Cheers
Brent
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.
So keen to hasten your team's demise?
Cheers
Brent
No just can't abide the Haka, or the cant that surrounds it.


JH
Brent Hadley
2009-11-04 11:30:16 UTC
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Post by johnmhill
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Cheers
Brent
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.
So keen to hasten your team's demise?
Cheers
Brent
No just can't abide the Haka, or the cant that surrounds it.
JH
Yes John, but that's because you're a relic of a bygone age where
you'd form up in ranks and shoot people who performed a haka.

Cheers

Brent
JD
2009-11-04 12:53:55 UTC
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Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.
So keen to hasten your team's demise?
No just can't abide the Haka, or the cant that surrounds it.
Yes John, but that's because you're a relic of a bygone age where
you'd form up in ranks and shoot people who performed a haka.
More Gareth Keenan than John Chard...
johnmhill
2009-11-04 16:29:39 UTC
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Post by JD
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.
So keen to hasten your team's demise?
No just can't abide the Haka, or the cant that surrounds it.
Yes John, but that's because you're a relic of a bygone age where
you'd form up in ranks and shoot people who performed a haka.
More Gareth Keenan than John Chard...
Well Chard wouldn't have had anything to do with forming up in ranks
under normal circumstances, he was a Royal Engineers officer, but, he
was senior to Bromhead and therefore assumed command. Incidentally the
soldiers were not all Welsh either, the 24th of foot Regimental number
was taken by the South Wales Borderers but most of Bromhead's men were
from Shropshire, Harry Hook was a Londoner and later a Sergeant in the
1st (Volunteer) Batallion 7th of Foot, the Royal Fusiliers
(Coincidentally Chard's uncle was a Colonel in the Royal Fusiliers),
Fred Hitch was also a Londer and became a London Cabby.

I served in the successor to 1st (Volunteer) Batallion 7th of Foot at
Balham in London

JH
Klitty
2009-11-04 17:14:02 UTC
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Post by johnmhill
Post by JD
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.
So keen to hasten your team's demise?
No just can't abide the Haka, or the cant that surrounds it.
Yes John, but that's because you're a relic of a bygone age where
you'd form up in ranks and shoot people who performed a haka.
More Gareth Keenan than John Chard...
Well Chard wouldn't have had anything to do with forming up in ranks
under normal circumstances, he was a Royal Engineers officer, but, he
was senior to Bromhead and therefore assumed command. Incidentally the
soldiers were not all Welsh either, the 24th of foot Regimental number
was taken by the South Wales Borderers but most of Bromhead's men were
from Shropshire, Harry Hook was a Londoner and later a Sergeant in the
1st (Volunteer) Batallion 7th of Foot, the Royal Fusiliers
(Coincidentally Chard's uncle was a Colonel in the Royal Fusiliers),
Fred Hitch was also a Londer and became a London Cabby.
I served in the successor to 1st (Volunteer) Batallion 7th of Foot at
Balham in London
How many spear wielding fuzzy wuzzies did you shoot?
Post by johnmhill
JH
--
Rum, Sodomy And The Lash. Join The Royal Navy.
JD
2009-11-04 23:35:14 UTC
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Post by johnmhill
I served in the successor to 1st (Volunteer) Batallion 7th of Foot at
Balham in London
How many spear wielding fuzzy wuzzies did you shoot?
None - Territorials... See previous reply.
johnmhill
2009-11-05 11:23:13 UTC
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Post by Klitty
Post by johnmhill
Post by JD
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.
So keen to hasten your team's demise?
No just can't abide the Haka, or the cant that surrounds it.
Yes John, but that's because you're a relic of a bygone age where
you'd form up in ranks and shoot people who performed a haka.
More Gareth Keenan than John Chard...
Well Chard wouldn't have had anything to do with forming up in ranks
under normal circumstances, he was a Royal Engineers officer, but, he
was senior to Bromhead and therefore assumed command. Incidentally the
soldiers were not all Welsh either, the 24th of foot Regimental number
was taken by the South Wales Borderers but most of Bromhead's men were
from Shropshire, Harry Hook was a Londoner and later a Sergeant in the
1st (Volunteer) Batallion 7th of Foot, the Royal Fusiliers
(Coincidentally Chard's uncle was a Colonel in the Royal Fusiliers),
Fred Hitch was also a Londer and became a London Cabby.
I served in the successor to 1st (Volunteer) Batallion 7th of Foot at
Balham in London
How many spear wielding fuzzy wuzzies did you shoot?
Post by johnmhill
JH
--
Rum, Sodomy And The Lash. Join The Royal Navy
In South East London we enlisted them

JH
johnmhill
2009-11-04 16:03:04 UTC
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Post by johnmhill
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by johnmhill
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
Uh.  It's entirely commonplace for other countries with challenges -
e.g. Samoa, Tonga, Fiji - to do theirs at the same time as the Haka.
Cheers
Brent
Challenge my arse, just get on with the bloody game.
So keen to hasten your team's demise?
Cheers
Brent
No just can't abide the Haka, or the cant that surrounds it.
JH
Yes John, but that's because you're a relic of a bygone age where
you'd form up in ranks and shoot people who performed a haka.
Cheers
Brent
That is a fine idea Brent, a very fine idea.

JH
johnmhill
2009-11-04 09:19:08 UTC
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Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
BTW not a top hat in http://youtu.be/pIOS19WzEZM
Mike
I prefer



JH
Mike
2009-11-05 08:00:39 UTC
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Post by johnmhill
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right? Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
BTW not a top hat in http://youtu.be/pIOS19WzEZM
Mike
I prefer http://youtu.be/lxGgXCRgNPM
JH
Is prefer really the right word john?

Mike
johnmhill
2009-11-05 11:26:54 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
If they feel up to the challenge they may perform a traditional folk
dance, with top hats and canes.
But not AFTER the haka, right?  Last time someone tried to get the last
'word' the AB threw their collective handbags out of the pram.
BTW not a top hat in http://youtu.be/pIOS19WzEZM
Mike
I http://youtu.be/lxGgXCRgNPM
JH
Is prefer really the right word john?
Mike
Related to the precious Haka indeed it is

JH
didgerman
2009-11-03 14:26:33 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this
weekend... 2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned
mullets, delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union
had a cry about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game
on, fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter
but it's not.
Fuck off, you're not Welsh.
A great grandfather on my fathers side was welsh
Mike, you keep that kind of shit on ice please.

but you posted on a
Post by Mike
public forum therefore anyone has the right to respond, welsh or not.
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked
about as the game?
Mike
Only in Wales, I don't remember the haka being so controversial in any
other arena... This decade anyway. Wales were good 100 years ago and
briefly 60 years ago.... but these days they're just shite and they
should behave accordingly!
Just about every other match the ABs play someone seems to disrespect
it, they either tun their backs, stare too hard or just want to have a
sing song afterward.
Just out of curiosity, how should they behave mg?
Mike
Klitty
2009-11-03 15:49:46 UTC
Permalink
Post by didgerman
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this
weekend... 2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned
mullets, delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union
had a cry about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game
on, fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter
but it's not.
Fuck off, you're not Welsh.
A great grandfather on my fathers side was welsh
Mike, you keep that kind of shit on ice please.
You mean Taffy Mike?

*shudder*

What *was* he thinking disclosing that to the general public?. ugh.
--
Rum, Sodomy And The Lash. Join The Royal Navy.
Mike
2009-11-04 08:03:43 UTC
Permalink
Post by Klitty
Post by didgerman
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this
weekend... 2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned
mullets, delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union
had a cry about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game
on, fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter
but it's not.
Fuck off, you're not Welsh.
A great grandfather on my fathers side was welsh
Mike, you keep that kind of shit on ice please.
You mean Taffy Mike?
*shudder*
What *was* he thinking disclosing that to the general public?. ugh.
I'm 1/8th welsh that's like the bit below my left knee, I have far more
shameful secrets Klitty ....

Mike
Mentalguy2k8
2009-11-03 15:29:00 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Fuck off, you're not Welsh.
A great grandfather on my fathers side was welsh but you posted on a
public forum therefore anyone has the right to respond, welsh or not.
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Mike
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
Only in Wales, I don't remember the haka being so controversial in any
other arena... This decade anyway. Wales were good 100 years ago and
briefly 60 years ago.... but these days they're just shite and they
should behave accordingly!
Just about every other match the ABs play someone seems to disrespect it,
they either tun their backs, stare too hard or just want to have a sing
song afterward.
The Welsh should do what Twickenham did last year with "Swing Low" and drown
it out with their own song. If the Haka is a challenge, then the
"challenged" should be allowed to reply how they see fit. The AB's always
want to have it their way or else throw a tantrum.
JollyRoger
2009-11-03 17:14:50 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more.  In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.

Jolly
dechucka
2009-11-03 21:54:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.

===================================================

The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
northshoreguynz
2009-11-03 22:02:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball.  Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
______________

No-one is being precious Chucky, it's just what we do, as do Samoa,
Fiji, and Tonga.

Cheers
Stephen
dechucka
2009-11-03 22:19:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
______________

No-one is being precious Chucky, it's just what we do, as do Samoa,
Fiji, and Tonga.

============================

Cool so if other teams ignore it or drop their pants and brown eye it or
whatever we won't see endless threads about "disrespecting the haka" on this
ng
Greig Blanchett
2009-11-04 19:12:27 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 4 Nov 2009 09:19:36 +1100, "dechucka" <***@hotmail.com>
wrote:

[...]
Post by dechucka
Cool so if other teams ignore it or drop their pants and brown eye it or
whatever we won't see endless threads about "disrespecting the haka" on this
ng
Other teams can do what they want. And honestly, when have you ever
seen a thread on RSRU about "disrespecting the haka"? What a load of
rot - google one up if you can. You'll find way more threads from the
likes of yourself and John Hill about how it annoys you, but bugger
all from Kiwis about "disrespect".

--
greig
northshoreguynz
2009-11-04 19:40:15 UTC
Permalink
Post by Greig Blanchett
[...]
Post by dechucka
Cool so if other teams ignore it or drop their pants and brown eye it or
whatever we won't see endless threads about "disrespecting the haka" on this
ng
Other teams can do what they want. And honestly, when have you ever
seen a thread on RSRU about "disrespecting the haka"? What a load of
rot - google one up if you can. You'll find way more threads from the
likes of yourself and John Hill about how it annoys you, but bugger
all from Kiwis about "disrespect".
--
greig
I'm bored with this thread. How about a discussion of the physics of
passing a rugby ball?

Cheers
Stephen
didgerman
2009-11-05 17:12:25 UTC
Permalink
Post by northshoreguynz
Post by Greig Blanchett
[...]
Post by dechucka
Cool so if other teams ignore it or drop their pants and brown eye it or
whatever we won't see endless threads about "disrespecting the haka" on this
ng
Other teams can do what they want. And honestly, when have you ever
seen a thread on RSRU about "disrespecting the haka"? What a load of
rot - google one up if you can. You'll find way more threads from the
likes of yourself and John Hill about how it annoys you, but bugger
all from Kiwis about "disrespect".
--
greig
I'm bored with this thread. How about a discussion of the physics of
passing a rugby ball?
There is no ball.
Post by northshoreguynz
Cheers
Stephen
Matua
2009-11-05 01:23:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by northshoreguynz
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
______________
No-one is being precious Chucky, it's just what we do, as do Samoa,
Fiji, and Tonga.
============================
Cool so if other teams ignore it or drop their pants and brown eye it or
whatever we won't see endless threads about "disrespecting the haka" on
this ng
Jesus you are a FUCKWIT!!!!
The only one dropping his pants and flashing the oyster would be you,
girlyfucka. Go suck ya mamma's cock !!!
dechucka
2009-11-05 05:06:39 UTC
Permalink
Post by Matua
girlyfucka.
is good
johnmhill
2009-11-04 09:21:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by northshoreguynz
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball.  Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
______________
No-one is being precious Chucky, it's just what we do, as do Samoa,
Fiji, and Tonga.
Cheers
Stephen
It is totally precious. Do it before the anthems if at all. and the
same goes for anyone else who wishes to express their bloody culture.

JH
Greig Blanchett
2009-11-04 19:09:33 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 4 Nov 2009 01:21:26 -0800 (PST), johnmhill <***@huntersm.com>
wrote:
[...]
Post by johnmhill
It is totally precious. Do it before the anthems if at all. and the
same goes for anyone else who wishes to express their bloody culture.
JH
Jeez, John - give us a break. We spend 5 minutes expressing our
culture and you have a cow. Then your lot goes and spends the next 80
minutes expressing their culture by losing, and do you hear a peep
from us? No, you do not. It's just what you do and we accept that.

--
greig
Osbourne Ruddock
2009-11-05 02:04:46 UTC
Permalink
Post by Greig Blanchett
Post by johnmhill
It is totally precious. Do it before the anthems if at all. and the
same goes for anyone else who wishes to express their bloody culture.
JH
Jeez, John - give us a break. We spend 5 minutes expressing our
culture and you have a cow. Then your lot goes and spends the next 80
minutes expressing their culture by losing, and do you hear a peep
from us? No, you do not. It's just what you do and we accept that.
*polite applause*
--
Cheers, Os
JollyRoger
2009-11-05 03:21:15 UTC
Permalink
Post by Osbourne Ruddock
Post by Greig Blanchett
Post by johnmhill
It is totally precious. Do it before the anthems if at all. and the
same goes for anyone else who wishes to express their bloody culture.
JH
Jeez, John - give us a break. We spend 5 minutes expressing our
culture and you have a cow. Then your lot goes and spends the next 80
minutes expressing their culture by losing, and do you hear a peep
from us? No, you do not. It's just what you do and we accept that.
*polite applause*
--
Cheers, Os
Why polite? I thought "fuck yeah!!!" would have worked better.

Jolly
didgerman
2009-11-05 09:01:27 UTC
Permalink
Post by Osbourne Ruddock
Post by Greig Blanchett
Post by johnmhill
It is totally precious. Do it before the anthems if at all. and the
same goes for anyone else who wishes to express their bloody culture.
JH
Jeez, John - give us a break. We spend 5 minutes expressing our
culture and you have a cow. Then your lot goes and spends the next 80
minutes expressing their culture by losing, and do you hear a peep
from us? No, you do not. It's just what you do and we accept that.
*polite applause*
Right, I'm off to mangle someone's wikipedia page.....
johnmhill
2009-11-05 11:24:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by Greig Blanchett
[...]
Post by johnmhill
It is totally precious. Do it before the anthems if at all. and the
same goes for anyone else who wishes to express their bloody culture.
JH
Jeez, John - give us a break. We spend 5 minutes expressing our
culture and you have a cow. Then your lot goes and spends the next 80
minutes expressing their culture by losing, and do you hear a peep
from us? No, you do not. It's just what you do and we accept that.
--
greig
You get a break. It's called the Haka.

JH
Matua
2009-11-05 12:07:39 UTC
Permalink
Post by northshoreguynz
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
______________
No-one is being precious Chucky, it's just what we do, as do Samoa,
Fiji, and Tonga.
Cheers
Stephen
It is totally precious. Do it before the anthems if at all. and the
same goes for anyone else who wishes to express their bloody culture.

JH

And what's your culture rimmer, yoghurt ??
JD
2009-11-03 22:14:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball.  Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
dechucka
2009-11-03 22:21:11 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?

=================================================

Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
JD
2009-11-04 00:02:53 UTC
Permalink
Post by dechucka
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Haka and rugby have been around for as long as the Wallabies. My point
still stands; Your complaints would have some veracity if you were
making them of every other nation, but they don't keep beating you do
they..? So it obviously isn't the New Zealanders getting precious
about it.

BTW you barely literate monkey;
Then: Used as a time marker or to reiterate a sequence of events.
Than: A subordinating conjunction, which means that it establishes
some sort of relationship between two clauses.
dechucka
2009-11-04 01:06:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by JD
Post by dechucka
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Haka and rugby have been around for as long as the Wallabies. My point
still stands; Your complaints would have some veracity if you were
making them of every other nation, but they don't keep beating you do
they..? So it obviously isn't the New Zealanders getting precious
about it.
It is the NZers who get all precious about
Post by JD
BTW you barely literate monkey;
Then: Used as a time marker or to reiterate a sequence of events.
Than: A subordinating conjunction, which means that it establishes
some sort of relationship between two clauses.
WOW a grammar flame!!! Good to see that it is not only the Haka that you
get all precious about
JD
2009-11-04 01:40:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by dechucka
Post by JD
Post by dechucka
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Haka and rugby have been around for as long as the Wallabies. My point
still stands; Your complaints would have some veracity if you were
making them of every other nation, but they don't keep beating you do
they..? So it obviously isn't the New Zealanders getting precious
about it.
It is the NZers who get all precious about
about, about what?
Post by dechucka
Post by JD
BTW you barely literate monkey;
Then: Used as a time marker or to reiterate a sequence of events.
Than: A subordinating conjunction, which means that it establishes
some sort of relationship between two clauses.
WOW a grammar flame!!!
The expected response of a person with barely enough functioning
synapses to know the difference between how words and their component
parts combine to form sentences and what words actually mean.

But yet again de chuckwit has drawn another into the pit of death
instead of actually addressing the point raised. I'll escape whilst
possible. Respond at your leisure you dribbling baboon.
dechucka
2009-11-04 01:42:33 UTC
Permalink
Post by JD
Post by dechucka
Post by JD
Post by dechucka
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the
anthems
and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Haka and rugby have been around for as long as the Wallabies. My point
still stands; Your complaints would have some veracity if you were
making them of every other nation, but they don't keep beating you do
they..? So it obviously isn't the New Zealanders getting precious
about it.
It is the NZers who get all precious about
about, about what?
ffs try and keep up
dechucka
2009-11-04 01:52:16 UTC
Permalink
snip
Post by JD
But yet again de chuckwit has drawn another into the pit of death
instead of actually addressing the point raised. I'll escape whilst
possible. Respond at your leisure you dribbling baboon.
You have drawn me into a OT situatation by a grammar flame WOW I hope you
feel good
northshoreguynz
2009-11-04 00:28:52 UTC
Permalink
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.

Cheers
Stephen
Road_Hog
2009-11-04 01:15:50 UTC
Permalink
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------

Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
Andrew Dunford
2009-11-04 01:29:44 UTC
Permalink
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
I understand he is a citizen of the world.

Claims to have a kiwi connection but the reality is that his application was
turned down.

Andrew
dechucka
2009-11-04 01:41:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
I understand he is a citizen of the world.
Claims to have a kiwi connection but the reality is that his application
was turned down.
Because:- by claiming that sheep and the Haka were not the most precious
thing in the world and not hitting the immigration officer with a handbag
when he got angry he proved he was not a true NZer
Two Dogs
2009-11-04 03:47:17 UTC
Permalink
Post by dechucka
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
I understand he is a citizen of the world.
Claims to have a kiwi connection but the reality is that his application
was turned down.
Because:- by claiming that sheep and the Haka were not the most precious
thing in the world and not hitting the immigration officer with a handbag
when he got angry he proved he was not a true NZer
No, by saying that everywhere in the world except Sydney is a crap
place to live, by thinking steak quality determines cuisine standards,
by being proven to be a full on bullshitter, he has proven beyond
doubt to anyone with any brains at all that he's irrevocably
Australian...

Two Dogs
dechucka
2009-11-04 03:50:25 UTC
Permalink
Post by dechucka
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
I understand he is a citizen of the world.
Claims to have a kiwi connection but the reality is that his application
was turned down.
Because:- by claiming that sheep and the Haka were not the most precious
thing in the world and not hitting the immigration officer with a handbag
when he got angry he proved he was not a true NZer
No, by saying that everywhere in the world except Sydney is a crap

=============================================

If you think Sydney is a great place to live you truly are a NZer

snip
Greig Blanchett
2009-11-05 07:19:45 UTC
Permalink
Post by Two Dogs
Post by dechucka
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
I understand he is a citizen of the world.
Claims to have a kiwi connection but the reality is that his application
was turned down.
Because:- by claiming that sheep and the Haka were not the most precious
thing in the world and not hitting the immigration officer with a handbag
when he got angry he proved he was not a true NZer
No, by saying that everywhere in the world except Sydney is a crap
=============================================
If you think Sydney is a great place to live you truly are a NZer
snip
Are you short on wooshes, Chucky?

--
greig
didgerman
2009-11-05 18:41:59 UTC
Permalink
Post by Two Dogs
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
I understand he is a citizen of the world.
Claims to have a kiwi connection but the reality is that his
application
Post by Andrew Dunford
was turned down.
Because:- by claiming that sheep and the Haka were not the most precious
thing in the world and not hitting the immigration officer with a handbag
when he got angry he proved he was not a true NZer
No, by saying that everywhere in the world except Sydney is a crap
=============================================
If you think Sydney is a great place to live you truly are a NZer
snip
Darwin or Cairns for me. Or Broom if they have the internet....
Massive Gonads
2009-11-04 06:03:00 UTC
Permalink
Post by Two Dogs
No, by saying that everywhere in the world except Sydney is a crap
place to live, by thinking steak quality determines cuisine standards,
by being proven to be a full on bullshitter, he has proven beyond
doubt to anyone with any brains at all that he's irrevocably
Australian...
Oh bollocks, when was I "proven to be a full on bullshitter" ... I must have
missed that thread.

You're spot on about Sydney and steak though, you're just jealous - you live
in Arizona and enjoy gumbo.
--
$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Two Dogs
2009-11-04 13:15:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by Massive Gonads
 No, by saying that everywhere in the world except Sydney is a crap
place to live, by thinking steak quality determines cuisine standards,
by being proven to be a full on bullshitter, he has proven beyond
doubt to anyone with any brains at all that he's irrevocably
Australian...
Oh bollocks, when was I "proven to be a full on bullshitter" ... I must have
missed that thread.
You're spot on about Sydney and steak though, you're just jealous - you live
in Arizona and enjoy gumbo.
The best Australian Lamb produced sits in the supermarket just down
the road from me. Money talks, you get the leftovers.

If your steak was any good it would be here as well, but apparently
only McDonalds bothers to buy Australian beef.

You've been conned

Two Dogs
JD
2009-11-04 23:28:11 UTC
Permalink
  If your steak was any good it would be here as well, but apparently
only McDonalds bothers to buy Australian beef.
Actually - the best steak doesn't make it to the saleyards. It gets
cut up and placed in my in-laws freezer where I would liberally help
myself to the best cuts. ;)
didgerman
2009-11-05 19:12:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by JD
Post by Two Dogs
If your steak was any good it would be here as well, but apparently
only McDonalds bothers to buy Australian beef.
Actually - the best steak doesn't make it to the saleyards. It gets
cut up and placed in my in-laws freezer where I would liberally help
myself to the best cuts. ;)
Bollocks?

didgerman
2009-11-05 18:39:49 UTC
Permalink
Post by Two Dogs
Post by dechucka
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
I understand he is a citizen of the world.
Claims to have a kiwi connection but the reality is that his application
was turned down.
Because:- by claiming that sheep and the Haka were not the most precious
thing in the world and not hitting the immigration officer with a handbag
when he got angry he proved he was not a true NZer
No, by saying that everywhere in the world except Sydney is a crap
place to live, by thinking steak quality determines cuisine standards,
by being proven to be a full on bullshitter, he has proven beyond
doubt to anyone with any brains at all that he's irrevocably
Australian...
Don't forget, soccer doesn't exist in his hemisphere. Yes, he actually
said that.
Post by Two Dogs
Two Dogs
Klitty
2009-11-05 18:49:45 UTC
Permalink
Post by didgerman
Post by Two Dogs
Post by dechucka
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
I understand he is a citizen of the world.
Claims to have a kiwi connection but the reality is that his application
was turned down.
Because:- by claiming that sheep and the Haka were not the most precious
thing in the world and not hitting the immigration officer with a handbag
when he got angry he proved he was not a true NZer
No, by saying that everywhere in the world except Sydney is a crap
place to live, by thinking steak quality determines cuisine standards,
by being proven to be a full on bullshitter, he has proven beyond
doubt to anyone with any brains at all that he's irrevocably
Australian...
Don't forget, soccer doesn't exist in his hemisphere. Yes, he actually
said that.
Maybe it's played in the small area in Aus where they keep all the
culture?
Post by didgerman
Post by Two Dogs
Two Dogs
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Two Dogs
2009-11-04 03:43:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
Australian actually...

Two Dogs
Massive Gonads
2009-11-04 09:09:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
Enjoy the game Road_Hog, I've not seen the Welsh play since Fiji knocked
them out of the 2007 Rugby World Cup so I'm not sure how your form is, not
that it matters - All Blacks by 30.
--
$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Massive Gonads
2009-11-04 10:00:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by Massive Gonads
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
Enjoy the game Road_Hog, I've not seen the Welsh play since Fiji knocked
them out of the 2007 Rugby World Cup so I'm not sure how your form is, not
that it matters - All Blacks by 30.
That is stretching the truth a bit, and I fear Daaaave Two Dogs may call me
on it. I know of Hook a 10 foot 10 and Williams the 4 foot 14. There is
probably some hairy guys in the front row, but I forget their names.
Williams?
--
$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Brent Hadley
2009-11-04 09:14:31 UTC
Permalink
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
Australian.

Cheers

Brent
Dave (SA)
2009-11-04 15:37:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
He got expelled from his birth nationality when he moved to Aus and
bought his go-faster-plastic pratmobile. He thinks its a special car
but he seems to be the only one on this ng with that opinion.
didgerman
2009-11-05 16:11:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
Planet fuckwit.
Klitty
2009-11-05 16:14:25 UTC
Permalink
Post by didgerman
Post by Road_Hog
Post by northshoreguynz
It isn't the kiwis who ever start these haka threads.
Cheers
Stephen
------------------------------
Remind me, what is the nationality of the OP?
Planet fuckwit.
Actually in Gonad's defence : he has a point. It was a bit precious of
the Kiwis to take their ball home and dance in the dressing room but,
IMO, even more so of the Taffs to upset the accepted order of things. A
lot of Welsh fans were pissed off at missing the Haka : it is a
spectacle.
--
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Klitty
2009-11-04 06:20:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Bullshit. The Haka is an institution now and EVERY time the ABs do it,
the pub/audience pay attention.

Stop being such a precious little killjoy.
johnmhill
2009-11-04 09:24:25 UTC
Permalink
Post by Klitty
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Bullshit. The Haka is an institution now and EVERY time the ABs do it,
the pub/audience pay attention.
Stop being such a precious little killjoy.
I tend to go and make a coffee. Maybe you pay attention but don't
presume to speak for me

JH
Andrew Dunford
2009-11-04 11:37:28 UTC
Permalink
Post by johnmhill
Post by Klitty
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka.
The
Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Bullshit. The Haka is an institution now and EVERY time the ABs do it,
the pub/audience pay attention.
Stop being such a precious little killjoy.
I tend to go and make a coffee.
You being English and the haka lasting only about 30 seconds, I presume
that's an instant 'coffee'.

<snip>

Andrew
Klitty
2009-11-04 11:46:33 UTC
Permalink
Post by johnmhill
Post by Klitty
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Bullshit. The Haka is an institution now and EVERY time the ABs do it,
the pub/audience pay attention.
Stop being such a precious little killjoy.
I tend to go and make a coffee. Maybe you pay attention but don't
presume to speak for me
JH
Oh please.

OK. Most people. Except John. And "insert usual whining kill joys here".
--
Rum, Sodomy And The Lash. Join The Royal Navy.
Greig Blanchett
2009-11-05 04:51:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by johnmhill
Post by Klitty
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Bullshit. The Haka is an institution now and EVERY time the ABs do it,
the pub/audience pay attention.
Stop being such a precious little killjoy.
I tend to go and make a coffee. Maybe you pay attention but don't
presume to speak for me
JH
But John, you're presuming to speak for everyone else. If you don't
like it, you're in a tiny teeny weeny minority. Don't you see that?

--
greig
johnmhill
2009-11-05 11:26:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by Greig Blanchett
Post by johnmhill
Post by Klitty
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Bullshit. The Haka is an institution now and EVERY time the ABs do it,
the pub/audience pay attention.
Stop being such a precious little killjoy.
I tend to go and make a coffee. Maybe you pay attention but don't
presume to speak for me
JH
But John, you're presuming to speak for everyone else. If you don't
like it, you're in a tiny teeny weeny minority. Don't you see that?
--
greig
And ?

JH
Greig Blanchett
2009-11-05 12:33:32 UTC
Permalink
Post by Greig Blanchett
Post by johnmhill
Post by Klitty
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Bullshit. The Haka is an institution now and EVERY time the ABs do it,
the pub/audience pay attention.
Stop being such a precious little killjoy.
I tend to go and make a coffee. Maybe you pay attention but don't
presume to speak for me
JH
But John, you're presuming to speak for everyone else. If you don't
like it, you're in a tiny teeny weeny minority. Don't you see that?
--
greig
And ?
JH
See, this is the problem with democracy. It's not really about
majority rule, it's more about bloody minorities getting their squeaky
voices heard. You're right up there with greenies, whale huggers and
tree squatters, John. Effin'minorities whining like jet engines,
expecting sensible folk to give a shit. What you lot need, besides a
haircut and a real job, is a stint in the army. That'd teach you some
respect, young man.

--
greig
Richard Bridgman
2009-11-04 19:34:59 UTC
Permalink
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Rubbish. Think All Blacks, think the Haka. Even people who don't know
rugby know about the Haka and the All Blacks. It may be a cultural
"thing" for many New Zealanders, but it's a rugby icon for pretty much
the rest of the world. It is indelibly associated with rugby and the
All Blacks, and that, I'm guessing, is precisely why it winds you up
so much.

Richard Bridgman
Klitty
2009-11-04 19:37:15 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Bridgman
Post by JD
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball. Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
I only see a certain section being precious about it. Your complaints
would have some veracity if you were making them of every other
nation, but they don't keep beating you do they..?
=================================================
Same applies to all nations but it is the NZers who seem to get so precious
about the Haka. I have a simple solution:- cultural things, the anthems and
than the game. The Haka has got nothing to do with rugby as such
Rubbish. Think All Blacks, think the Haka. Even people who don't know
rugby know about the Haka and the All Blacks. It may be a cultural
"thing" for many New Zealanders, but it's a rugby icon for pretty much
the rest of the world. It is indelibly associated with rugby and the
All Blacks, and that, I'm guessing, is precisely why it winds you up
so much.
Richard Bridgman
Well said. I don't know what johnhill's problem with it is either, but
it's a tad like UD's claims of "not bothering" to watch these
Internationals as they are meaningless cash cows for the IRFU.
--
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Two Dogs
2009-11-04 03:40:43 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball.  Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.
JR is a neutral, chuck. He obviously enjoys it.

Two Dogs
JollyRoger
2009-11-04 06:17:37 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
Mike
The Haka is as much part of the game as the oval ball.  Deal with it.
===================================================
The Haka is not part of the game of rugby nor rugby about the Haka. The Haka
is a cultural thing. If the NZers or whoever want to do it, so be it but
don't be so bloody precious about it.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Come on Chucky... surely by now you know I'm Sef Efrican...

Tell you what, I would demand my money back if I should ever pay to
see a game in which NZ does'nt do a Haka that would shake Captain Cook
in his grave. They have come close recently with the more gay
versions of the Haka though...

Jolly
Andrew Dunford
2009-11-03 22:59:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
The haka is the dullest subject on rsru.

Andrew
Massive Gonads
2009-11-04 06:09:40 UTC
Permalink
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
The haka is the dullest subject on rsru.
Andrew
True, perhaps my subject was not sarcastic enough?
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$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
Brent Hadley
2009-11-04 09:17:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more.  In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
The haka is the dullest subject on rsru.
Started by its dullest poster. It's a perfect storm of dull.

Cheers

Brent
Massive Gonads
2009-11-04 09:18:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Brent Hadley
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
The haka is the dullest subject on rsru.
Started by its dullest poster. It's a perfect storm of dull.
Cheers
Brent
oh diddums, lol.
--
$ cat /dev/null > foo.mg
johnmhill
2009-11-04 09:22:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more.  In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked about
as the game?
The haka is the dullest subject on rsru.
Andrew
Not just on rsru

JH
Mike
2009-11-05 08:11:38 UTC
Permalink
Post by Andrew Dunford
Post by Mike
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend...
2008 was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets,
delaying the game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry
about the timing of the haka and it was performed in the change room.
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game
on, fuckers!
Where it JUST you I could dismiss this as excitable fanboy chatter but
it's not.
Don't you think it's sad that the haka has become almost as talked
about as the game?
The haka is the dullest subject on rsru.
Andrew
I know I have a link to THE google thread here somewhere .... and "coops
is a welcher" isn't far behind.

Mike
BrentC
2009-11-04 23:00:08 UTC
Permalink
On Tue, 3 Nov 2009 21:04:25 +1100, "Massive Gonads"
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend... 2008
was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets, delaying the
game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry about the timing of
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
As long as the AB's don't do the Te Rauparaha cowardly lament - who
gives a toss.

Just get on with the freeking game - dancing around shouting about
hiding in a kumera pit looking at an old womens twat while the
neighbouring tribe that you had just raided, killed and eaten a couple
of their warriors is searching for you - is not an appropriate way to
start an international rugby match.
BrentC
2009-11-04 23:10:46 UTC
Permalink
Post by BrentC
On Tue, 3 Nov 2009 21:04:25 +1100, "Massive Gonads"
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend... 2008
was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets, delaying the
game even more. In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry about the timing of
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
As long as the AB's don't do the Te Rauparaha cowardly lament - who
gives a toss.
Just get on with the freeking game - dancing around shouting about
hiding in a kumera pit looking at an old womens twat while the
neighbouring tribe that you had just raided, killed and eaten a couple
of their warriors is searching for you - is not an appropriate way to
start an international rugby match.
http://folksong.org.nz/kikiki/indexTeRaAdults.html


Full version

Kikiki kakaka!
Kikiki kakaka kau ana!
Kei waniwania taku tara,
Kei tara wahia kei te rua i te kerokero!
He pounga rahui te uira ka rarapa;
Ketekete kau ana, to peru kairiri:
Mau au e koro e.

Ka wehi au ka matakana.
Ko wai te tangata kia rere ure
Tirohanga nga rua rerarera,
Nga rua kuri kakanui i raro?

Ka mate! Ka mate!
Ka ora! Ka ora!
Tenei te tangata puhuruhuru
Nana nei i tiki mai whakawhiti te ra!
Upane, ka upane!
Whiti te ra!


Translation

I'm jabbering and quivering,
stuttering, shaking and naked!
I'm brushed by your crotch
a cleft mound, a pulsating cavern!
Forbidden mysteries are revealed;
banter and intimacy, your flushed face:
I am caught in your noose.

I'm scared but fully alert.
Who is this man with a thrusting shaft
investigating the hot moist depths,
the squirming pungent depths below?

I am dying, I'm dead!
No, I'm alive, fully alive!
a virile man
who can bring joy and peace!
Together, side by side
We can make the sun shine!
Post by BrentC
The British were prudes concerning sexual stories, so they were told that the first section of the haka explained how the incantations of his enemies were absorbed by Te Rangikoaea, while the second section told how Te Rauparaha had to whisper to her to prevent her moving away to her sleeping hut to satisfy her sexually aroused husband.
In truth, Wharerangi would have had a lot more urgent matters on his mind than taking his wife away for a spot of conjugal relaxation. He was faced with a vigilante group who would have annihilated his entire village if they had got an inkling that he was assisting Te Rauparaha. However this explanation of the words allowed the haka to be used in the presence of British settlers whose distorted morality condemned sexual frankness, even though they approved of wholesale land theft.
As the years have passed by, Kikiki/Ka Mate has gone from being a haka 'about' Te Rauparaha to one 'composed by' Te Rauparaha, although James Cowan wrote in 1935
"There is no good Maori authority for this story. The fact is that "Ka mate, ka mate," and the rest of it is a very old chant, long antedating Te Rauparaha's period."
JollyRoger
2009-11-05 01:32:28 UTC
Permalink
Post by BrentC
Post by BrentC
On Tue, 3 Nov 2009 21:04:25 +1100, "Massive Gonads"
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend... 2008
was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets, delaying the
game even more.  In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry about the timing of
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
As long as the AB's don't do the Te Rauparaha cowardly lament - who
gives a toss.
Just get on with the freeking game - dancing around shouting about
hiding in a kumera pit looking at an old womens twat while the
neighbouring tribe that you had just raided, killed and eaten a couple
of their warriors is searching for you -  is not an appropriate way to
start an international rugby match.
http://folksong.org.nz/kikiki/indexTeRaAdults.html
Full version
Kikiki kakaka!
Kikiki kakaka kau ana!
Kei waniwania taku tara,
Kei tara wahia kei te rua i te kerokero!
He pounga rahui te uira ka rarapa;
Mau au e koro e.
Ka wehi au ka matakana.
Ko wai te tangata kia rere ure
Tirohanga nga rua rerarera,
Nga rua kuri kakanui i raro?
Ka mate! Ka mate!
Ka ora! Ka ora!
Tenei te tangata puhuruhuru
Nana nei i tiki mai whakawhiti te ra!
Upane, ka upane!
Whiti te ra!
Translation
I'm jabbering and quivering,
stuttering, shaking and naked!
I'm brushed by your crotch
a cleft mound, a pulsating cavern!
Forbidden mysteries are revealed;
I am caught in your noose.
I'm scared but fully alert.
Who is this man with a thrusting shaft
investigating the hot moist depths,
the squirming pungent depths below?
I am dying, I'm dead!
No, I'm alive, fully alive!
a virile man
who can bring joy and peace!
Together, side by side
We can make the sun shine!
Post by BrentC
The British were prudes concerning sexual stories, so they were told that the first section of the haka explained how the incantations of his enemies were absorbed by Te Rangikoaea, while the second section told how Te Rauparaha had to whisper to her to prevent her moving away to her sleeping hut to satisfy her sexually aroused husband.
In truth, Wharerangi would have had a lot more urgent matters on his mind than taking his wife away for a spot of conjugal relaxation. He was faced with a vigilante group who would have annihilated his entire village if they had got an inkling that he was assisting Te Rauparaha. However this explanation of the words allowed the haka to be used in the presence of British settlers whose distorted morality condemned sexual frankness, even though they approved of wholesale land theft.
As the years have passed by, Kikiki/Ka Mate has gone from being a haka 'about' Te Rauparaha to one 'composed by' Te Rauparaha, although James Cowan wrote in 1935
   "There is no good Maori authority for this story. The fact is that "Ka mate, ka mate," and the rest of it is a very old chant, long antedating Te Rauparaha's period."- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
You are very sick little man....

Jolly
BrentC
2009-11-05 03:19:01 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 4 Nov 2009 17:32:28 -0800 (PST), JollyRoger
Post by JollyRoger
Post by BrentC
Post by BrentC
On Tue, 3 Nov 2009 21:04:25 +1100, "Massive Gonads"
Post by Massive Gonads
I wonder what Wales will have in response to the haka this weekend... 2008
was pretty lame, they just stood there like stunned mullets, delaying the
game even more.  In 2006 the Welsh Rugby Union had a cry about the timing of
http://tinyurl.com/haka2006
http://tinyurl.com/haka2008
In both cases Wales were belted by 30 points, or thereabouts. Game on,
fuckers!
As long as the AB's don't do the Te Rauparaha cowardly lament - who
gives a toss.
Just get on with the freeking game - dancing around shouting about
hiding in a kumera pit looking at an old womens twat while the
neighbouring tribe that you had just raided, killed and eaten a couple
of their warriors is searching for you -  is not an appropriate way to
start an international rugby match.
http://folksong.org.nz/kikiki/indexTeRaAdults.html
Full version
Kikiki kakaka!
Kikiki kakaka kau ana!
Kei waniwania taku tara,
Kei tara wahia kei te rua i te kerokero!
He pounga rahui te uira ka rarapa;
Mau au e koro e.
Ka wehi au ka matakana.
Ko wai te tangata kia rere ure
Tirohanga nga rua rerarera,
Nga rua kuri kakanui i raro?
Ka mate! Ka mate!
Ka ora! Ka ora!
Tenei te tangata puhuruhuru
Nana nei i tiki mai whakawhiti te ra!
Upane, ka upane!
Whiti te ra!
Translation
I'm jabbering and quivering,
stuttering, shaking and naked!
I'm brushed by your crotch
a cleft mound, a pulsating cavern!
Forbidden mysteries are revealed;
I am caught in your noose.
I'm scared but fully alert.
Who is this man with a thrusting shaft
investigating the hot moist depths,
the squirming pungent depths below?
I am dying, I'm dead!
No, I'm alive, fully alive!
a virile man
who can bring joy and peace!
Together, side by side
We can make the sun shine!
Post by BrentC
The British were prudes concerning sexual stories, so they were told that the first section of the haka explained how the incantations of his enemies were absorbed by Te Rangikoaea, while the second section told how Te Rauparaha had to whisper to her to prevent her moving away to her sleeping hut to satisfy her sexually aroused husband.
In truth, Wharerangi would have had a lot more urgent matters on his mind than taking his wife away for a spot of conjugal relaxation. He was faced with a vigilante group who would have annihilated his entire village if they had got an inkling that he was assisting Te Rauparaha. However this explanation of the words allowed the haka to be used in the presence of British settlers whose distorted morality condemned sexual frankness, even though they approved of wholesale land theft.
As the years have passed by, Kikiki/Ka Mate has gone from being a haka 'about' Te Rauparaha to one 'composed by' Te Rauparaha, although James Cowan wrote in 1935
   "There is no good Maori authority for this story. The fact is that "Ka mate, ka mate," and the rest of it is a very old chant, long antedating Te Rauparaha's period."- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
You are very sick little man....
Jolly
You would also be less than Jolly if your national rugby team
immortalized a murdering prick who slaughtered and ate your ancestors
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