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Post by Mike7 on Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:04 pm

Hello,
when I was on holiday I thought it was good to see the county colours flying in gardens etc. I also noticed in some houses there were two different flags.
I assume that one owner was from that county, and one from the other.

So my question would be: Would it be like soccer where once you support a team that is it (usually!), or would a body change team loyalty if he moved from say Cavan to Tyrone?
or... would you just make life easy and support the two teams? Laughing

cheers,Mike
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Re: Gaelic Games Loyalties....

Post by Harry on Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:25 pm

This isn't really General Pit Bull Discussion lol, I'm sure an admin will move it Misc. For you...

Anyway, back on topic. My 4 grandparents are from 4 different counties, I have a grandfather from Mayo, a grandad from Clare, a granny from Kildare and a gran from Donegal, and they all live (or lived, 2 died last year) in Roscommon, so you can imagine the arguments during football time lol.
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Re: Gaelic Games Loyalties....

Post by Guest on Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:29 pm

Harry wrote:This isn't really General Pit Bull Discussion lol, I'm sure an admin will move it Misc. For you...

Anyway, back on topic. My 4 grandparents are from 4 different counties, I have a grandfather from Mayo, a grandad from Clare, a granny from Kildare and a gran from Donegal, and they all live (or lived, 2 died last year) in Roscommon, so you can imagine the arguments during football time lol.

so your scatter bred harry Razz

i think for some one to support a differant county team other than they're native county is kind of rare Wink

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Post by Harry on Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:34 pm

james b wrote:
Harry wrote:This isn't really General Pit Bull Discussion lol, I'm sure an admin will move it Misc. For you...

Anyway, back on topic. My 4 grandparents are from 4 different counties, I have a grandfather from Mayo, a grandad from Clare, a granny from Kildare and a gran from Donegal, and they all live (or lived, 2 died last year) in Roscommon, so you can imagine the arguments during football time lol.

so your scatter bred harry Razz

i think for some one to support a differant county team other than they're native county is kind of rare Wink

I think it's better than half the auld ******* here who are bred like Frisco lol lol.
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Re: Gaelic Games Loyalties....

Post by Guest on Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:35 pm

lol! lol! lol! ye thats pretty common out wesht !

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Post by celticpitbulls on Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:54 pm

Harry wrote:
james b wrote:
Harry wrote:This isn't really General Pit Bull Discussion lol, I'm sure an admin will move it Misc. For you...

Anyway, back on topic. My 4 grandparents are from 4 different counties, I have a grandfather from Mayo, a grandad from Clare, a granny from Kildare and a gran from Donegal, and they all live (or lived, 2 died last year) in Roscommon, so you can imagine the arguments during football time lol.

so your scatter bred harry Razz

i think for some one to support a differant county team other than they're native county is kind of rare Wink

I think it's better than half the auld ******* here who are bred like Frisco lol lol.

harry keep the language under control please..

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Re: Gaelic Games Loyalties....

Post by Mike7 on Tue Aug 23, 2011 8:09 pm

Hi All,
sorry should of put elsewhere but thanks for the replies anyway!
I wasn't too sure of how "it worked" so thought it best to ask. My cousin lives in Tyrone so supports them. My family origin is Cavan on dads side, and Derry on the other, but uncle is Scots born and lives in Tyrone. My son is named Eoghan so bought a Tir Eoghain jacket. I got a Cavan one.
So there ye go!! Laughing
cheers,Mike
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