Congratulations : Harry and Meghan: Irish Border

RideOnTime
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edited December 2017 in The cake stop
Lovely

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  • RideOnTime
    RideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    Oh.. still lovely
  • RideOnTime wrote:
    Oh.. still lovely

    yet you can't be bothered to even spell her name correctly
  • cooldad
    cooldad Posts: 32,599
    Who?
    I don't do smileys.

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  • RideOnTime
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    Harri
  • RideOnTime
    RideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    I would officially like to change this thread to an informed discussion about the Irish border. :o
  • pblakeney
    pblakeney Posts: 26,206
    Informed discussion?
    :lol::lol::lol: Breathes :lol::lol::lol:
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  • This thread is lacking some chippy comments about people who earn more than you
  • RideOnTime
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    Ireland is quite large and Northern Ireland is quite small.
    The border is long with pointy bits increasing the physical distance.
    Goods go over borders such as the potato.
  • veronese68
    veronese68 Posts: 27,512
    RideOnTime wrote:
    Goods go over borders such as the potato.
    If a person stood on the southern side of the border were to throw potatoes at his mate on the northern side would the potatoes need a passport after 2019?
  • Veronese68 wrote:
    RideOnTime wrote:
    Goods go over borders such as the potato.
    If a person stood on the southern side of the border were to throw potatoes at his mate on the northern side would the potatoes need a passport after 2019?

    No - because it would be a flying visit
  • ben@31
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    st-pattys-day-irish-border-balloons-8263007.jpg
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  • RideOnTime
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    Veronese68 wrote:
    RideOnTime wrote:
    Goods go over borders such as the potato.
    If a person stood on the southern side of the border were to throw potatoes at his mate on the northern side would the potatoes need a passport after 2019?

    No - because it would be a flying visit

    The potato would need a special license if it were to touch the ground. The only person who can issue the license is Donald Tusk.
  • imposter2.0
    imposter2.0 Posts: 12,028
    Is this serious trolling, or just utter bollox - I can't tell...
  • bianchimoon
    bianchimoon Posts: 3,942
    Imposter wrote:
    Is this serious trolling, or just utter bollox - I can't tell...

    just a bit of pythonesque fun, to be sure
    All lies and jest..still a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest....
  • capt_slog
    capt_slog Posts: 3,954
    RideOnTime wrote:
    Ireland is quite large and Northern Ireland is quite small.
    The border is long with pointy bits increasing the physical distance.
    Goods go over borders such as the potato.


    Oh that border. I misread it, I thought it was about Sean O'Malley who has Mrs Higgins spare room.


    The older I get, the better I was.

  • ben@31
    ben@31 Posts: 2,327
    Imposter wrote:
    Is this serious trolling, or just utter bollox - I can't tell...

    People talking utter bollox on Bikeradar Forum? Never!
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  • veronese68
    veronese68 Posts: 27,512
    ben@31 wrote:
    Imposter wrote:
    Is this serious trolling, or just utter bollox - I can't tell...

    People talking utter bollox on Bikeradar Forum? Never!
    What, where!?!
  • RideOnTime
    RideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    The border is 310 miles long.
  • RideOnTime wrote:
    The border is 310 miles long.

    you could halve the problem by making it a straight line.
  • RideOnTime
    RideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    RideOnTime wrote:
    The border is 310 miles long.

    you could halve the problem by making it a straight line.

    a problem halved is a problem doubled we all know that. now back to the potato license
  • pinno
    pinno Posts: 51,693
    RideOnTime wrote:
    RideOnTime wrote:
    The border is 310 miles long.

    you could halve the problem by making it a straight line.

    a problem halved is a problem doubled we all know that. now back to the potato license

    After a lot of thought (about 30 seconds), the people in the North could cut the potato tax by wearing large baseball gloves, thereby minimising the risk of the potatoes touching ground.
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  • jgsi
    jgsi Posts: 5,062
    They should really have married in Puckoon.
  • pinno
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    JGSI wrote:
    They should really have married in Puckoon.

    I'm almost certain that Spike would have objected and given he had far more credibility than a dodgy Royal and a divorcee, we should honour that.
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