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Forum: Health 13th July 2006, 17:14
Replies: 21
Views: 14,778
Posted By Tartan Paint
How could i forget the Japs. Cow brains :eek: ...

How could i forget the Japs. Cow brains :eek:



Oddly enough you don't see any Japanese restaurants here only Chinese which i've never really been a great fan of. I moved from up north when i...
Forum: Health 11th July 2006, 13:40
Replies: 21
Views: 14,778
Posted By Tartan Paint
Wooops, i just realised that there may in fact be...

Wooops, i just realised that there may in fact be one or two Americans here reading this :D Maybe it's not a big deal over there but here you wouldn't see anything like that on the BBC. There would...
Forum: Health 11th July 2006, 13:35
Replies: 21
Views: 14,778
Posted By Tartan Paint
The Americans have mastered the art of unhealthy...

The Americans have mastered the art of unhealthy eating. They actually have 'game shows' where the participants have to eat as much as they can in a certain time. Three of them, it was either cubes...
Forum: Travel 11th July 2006, 13:11
Replies: 23
Views: 7,651
Posted By Tartan Paint
The worst thing to me about Aberdeen is the...

The worst thing to me about Aberdeen is the chewing gum on the main streets....it ain't half messy





Seagulls flying above you can get a bit like that. Lots of them up there i noticed.
Forum: Travel 11th July 2006, 13:08
Replies: 23
Views: 7,651
Posted By Tartan Paint
It depends what your definition of wacko is. The...

It depends what your definition of wacko is. The World Cup has just finished and whilst posting on English and Scottish boards i noticed at least 4 Irishmen sh*t stirring claiming to be Scots and...
Forum: Travel 7th July 2006, 18:11
Replies: 23
Views: 7,651
Posted By Tartan Paint
'I have travelled to aberdeen several times and...

'I have travelled to aberdeen several times and found it to be highly industrialised, its scenary consists of north sea oil rigs, industrial plants, toothless junkies with malnourished rat children...
Forum: Travel 7th July 2006, 17:54
Replies: 23
Views: 7,651
Posted By Tartan Paint
Aberdeen is a lovely city but i've only been...

Aberdeen is a lovely city but i've only been twice and both times i was almost blown off my feet on both occasions with the wind coming in off the sea. It looks like i'm a bit late anyway i hope you...
Forum: History 26th April 2006, 18:15
Replies: 80
Views: 63,239
Posted By Tartan Paint
Thanks, i did have a quick read at what i believe...

Thanks, i did have a quick read at what i believe are Welsh triads. It makes for interesting reading indeed. I understand the Gaelic language has Q-variant & P-variant and who spoke what. You...
Forum: History 26th April 2006, 17:58
Replies: 80
Views: 63,239
Posted By Tartan Paint
I'm not sure about the last part, the origin of...

I'm not sure about the last part, the origin of the name "Pict". As far as i know this was a term which was used to describe all the people north of Hadrians Wall, at the time it was built? There...
Forum: History 26th April 2006, 17:30
Replies: 80
Views: 63,239
Posted By Tartan Paint
Thanks for that Andy, evidence does seem to be...

Thanks for that Andy, evidence does seem to be scarce indeed. I enjoy reading it though, you've managed to clear up one or two things i was wondering about. Thanks for now.
Forum: Household Hints 9th April 2006, 22:39
Replies: 36
Views: 35,380
Posted By Tartan Paint
Nobody is going to get their arse skelped unless...

Nobody is going to get their arse skelped unless they ask nicely!


Beer can do that to me too sometimes. Hey, i tidied up. I find 2 five minute tidies is better than one ten minute tidy though...
Forum: History 9th April 2006, 22:18
Replies: 80
Views: 63,239
Posted By Tartan Paint
I've heard of the Votadini before, were they...

I've heard of the Votadini before, were they around at the same time as the Maeatae? From what i can gather the Picts were 'divided' into two main groups, northern Picts and southern Picts. Caledoni...
Forum: History 7th April 2006, 22:20
Replies: 80
Views: 63,239
Posted By Tartan Paint
Scroll 3/4 of the way down the page "The Rocking...

Scroll 3/4 of the way down the page "The Rocking stone of Glen Tarken". If that was placed there then it must have taken some amount of effort. What are spin torsion fields? He talks about them...
Forum: History 7th April 2006, 21:52
Replies: 80
Views: 63,239
Posted By Tartan Paint
The Lothians, that would seem to fit in well with...

The Lothians, that would seem to fit in well with "Arthur's seat". I've done a bit of reading about the various people inhabiting 'Caldeonia' at this time but i haven't dug deep as yet and read...
Forum: History 7th April 2006, 19:14
Replies: 80
Views: 63,239
Posted By Tartan Paint
The Welsh claim that King Arthur was Welsh, some...

The Welsh claim that King Arthur was Welsh, some say he was Pict, and of course others claimed he was a Saxon before anyone else had time to think! :D Im not sure how true it is to say the Welsh...
Forum: International Politics 7th April 2006, 18:31
Replies: 62
Views: 4,699
Posted By Tartan Paint
You could read a few things from that 'poll'. It...

You could read a few things from that 'poll'. It depends how you look at it.
The simple fact is you have two cultures on the one island who are absolutely and utterly intolerant of one another. ...
Forum: International Human Rights 7th April 2006, 17:39
Replies: 15
Views: 17,117
Posted By Tartan Paint
I don't see what you were getting your knickers...

I don't see what you were getting your knickers in a twist for any way Lordbarneth, my initial post was aimed more at the first poster 'Al-Yahoud'. It sounds a bit, how could i put it, Israeli to...
Forum: History 7th April 2006, 17:18
Replies: 37
Views: 5,555
Posted By Tartan Paint
So which side would you have been cheering on,...

So which side would you have been cheering on, need i ask. The ROMAN Catholics? There was tension between RC's and Protestants long before the Union of the Crowns. Unfortunately it takes a lot...
Forum: Household Hints 7th April 2006, 17:01
Replies: 36
Views: 35,380
Posted By Tartan Paint
I was going to say, I'll do it tomorrow, which i...

I was going to say, I'll do it tomorrow, which i will ;) :D That made me chuckle, "clutter control" rofl. Here we just call it 'pittin hings in the cubburt'. And if you don't do it ye get yer arse...
Forum: Human Rights in Scotland 5th April 2006, 18:26
Replies: 114
Views: 61,701
Posted By Tartan Paint
I get the feeling you don't want to drag this one...

I get the feeling you don't want to drag this one on any longer. Bottom line: You couldn't prove it even when asked, so i proved you wrong. I just wish you would all put this romantic Jacobite...
Forum: Household Hints 5th April 2006, 17:32
Replies: 36
Views: 35,380
Posted By Tartan Paint
LOL, a trained professional house cleaner...

LOL, a trained professional house cleaner specialising in clutter control i've heard it all now :D



Thanks for the tips. I'll errrr, well, thanks anyway :D
Forum: Human Rights in Scotland 5th April 2006, 17:23
Replies: 114
Views: 61,701
Posted By Tartan Paint
Why do you say I'm now a Nationalist? I've made...

Why do you say I'm now a Nationalist? I've made it clear from the beginning that i'm a Unionist. Please don't put words in my mouth. I didn't say i was "mad" at the Gaels for wiping out Pictish...
Forum: Human Rights in Scotland 5th April 2006, 16:27
Replies: 114
Views: 61,701
Posted By Tartan Paint
I never once said i live in Glasgow. Read my...

I never once said i live in Glasgow. Read my earlier posts and you'll see that i said i was taught to speak a good deal of Gaelic (and not by using a tape recorder!), not read and write it. I don't...
Forum: Human Rights in Scotland 5th April 2006, 15:58
Replies: 114
Views: 61,701
Posted By Tartan Paint
Let's now highlight just how ill-informed Mr...

Let's now highlight just how ill-informed Mr MacDonald is:



Rowallan from Ayrshire means “beautiful promontory”


Dundonald Dún Dónaill “Dónall’s fort”
Forum: Sport 5th April 2006, 13:10
Replies: 2
Views: 1,412
Posted By Tartan Paint
When i see some of the 'up and coming' managers...

When i see some of the 'up and coming' managers of today heaping praise on their players for losing 3 and 4 nil, i can't help but think back to how Ferguson reacted after his side beat Rangers in the...
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