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Happy St George's Day

Follow your spirit, and upon this charge
Cry 'God for Harry, England and St George'.

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  • Happy St George’s day to everyone celebrating today 
  • St George is believed to have been a Roman officer of Cappadocian Greek descent who died on 23rd April 303 (info from wiki).
    The dragon slaying story came in about 700 years after his death.
    He is also the patron saint of Moscow, Ukraine, and Ethiopia.
    Isn’t it nice that the English celebrate a Mediterranean man on this day?
  • Let the triggering commence  :D
  • seth plum said:
    St George is believed to have been a Roman officer of Cappadocian Greek descent who died on 23rd April 303 (info from wiki).
    The dragon slaying story came in about 700 years after his death.
    He is also the patron saint of Moscow, Ukraine, and Ethiopia.
    Isn’t it nice that the English celebrate a Mediterranean man on this day?
    Oi! You forgot Portugal! 

    Happy St. George's day everyone.  
  • bobmunro said:
    Let the triggering commence  :D

    I had a bet with myself who it would be.

    I won!
    Seems we're both quids in, Bob.

    May I suggest you celebrate with a fine English pint or two?
  • Happy St. George's Day... and my parents Wedding anniversary

    Bastards are currently enjoying their retirement with a week in the Azores!!
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  • seth plum said:
    St George is believed to have been a Roman officer of Cappadocian Greek descent who died on 23rd April 303 (info from wiki).
    The dragon slaying story came in about 700 years after his death.
    He is also the patron saint of Moscow, Ukraine, and Ethiopia.
    Isn’t it nice that the English celebrate a Mediterranean man on this day?
    The plum in your name suits you perfectly. 


    What have I written that isn’t true?
  • seth plum said:
    seth plum said:
    St George is believed to have been a Roman officer of Cappadocian Greek descent who died on 23rd April 303 (info from wiki).
    The dragon slaying story came in about 700 years after his death.
    He is also the patron saint of Moscow, Ukraine, and Ethiopia.
    Isn’t it nice that the English celebrate a Mediterranean man on this day?
    The plum in your name suits you perfectly. 


    What have I written that isn’t true?
    On Wikipedia so must be true 🙄
  • edited April 23
    .
  • Why do people still bite 😫
  • edited April 23
    Anyway.

    Happy St George's Day.
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  • edited April 23
    seth plum said:
    seth plum said:
    St George is believed to have been a Roman officer of Cappadocian Greek descent who died on 23rd April 303 (info from wiki).
    The dragon slaying story came in about 700 years after his death.
    He is also the patron saint of Moscow, Ukraine, and Ethiopia.
    Isn’t it nice that the English celebrate a Mediterranean man on this day?
    The plum in your name suits you perfectly. 


    What have I written that isn’t true?
    It's not what you've written it's the fact that you felt the need to write it at all.


    You have lost me.
    People write comments on message boards, if you have a problem what I have written that is your issue not mine.
    I wrote nothing personal, I have not sworn or been insulting, and as far as I could manage what I wrote is true.
  • seth plum said:
    seth plum said:
    St George is believed to have been a Roman officer of Cappadocian Greek descent who died on 23rd April 303 (info from wiki).
    The dragon slaying story came in about 700 years after his death.
    He is also the patron saint of Moscow, Ukraine, and Ethiopia.
    Isn’t it nice that the English celebrate a Mediterranean man on this day?
    The plum in your name suits you perfectly. 


    What have I written that isn’t true?
    It's not what you've written it's the fact that you felt the need to write it at all.



    Hear hear.
  • Happy St George’s Day.
  • Happy St George's one and all. Always proud to say I'm English on these foreign shores. 
  • George Orwell was actually named Eric Blair.
  • seth plum said:
    George Orwell was actually named Eric Blair.
    Istanbul used to be called Constantinople.
  • Classic weather for England's day.

    bless this grey drizzle isle. 
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