Why are the Welsh?
Rhys is out walking in the hills with his English chum, James. They espy a sheep, head stuck in the fence.
Rhys says, “There’s lovely for you”, before dropping trou, and getting it on with the aforementioned.
When he’s finished, James says, “That looks great! Mind if I have a go?”
Rhys replies, “Of course not, bach, go ahead!”, so James sticks his head in the fence…..Posted 4 years agomrchristMember
I always assumed it was because there was loads of sheep in Wales(or New Zealand for that matter) but couldn’t really make the connections.
Being welsh, I spend loads of time wondering the hills on my bike and never seeing anybody committing the act or have heard of anybody being caught committing the act I always though it was a bit of a of an odd/mis-understood generalisation tbh.
A quick google search ironically show Auz having more sheep than NZ despite them enjoying giving there NZ friends abuse, wonder if the same is try for England vs Wales?Posted 4 years agoEdric 64Member
You are wrong in Wiltshire the English shag goatsPosted 4 years agoglobaltiMember
….and bikes in Scotland….Posted 4 years agoredpandaMember
outraging public decency.
I love that expression. ‘Public decency has been outraged1 Outraged, I tell you!’ 😆
He was released on bail on condition he does not return to Whitewebbs Lane or Archers Wood in Enfield.
So, how would that stop him visiting other areas where there might be sheep? Because last time I looked, north London wasn’t exactly awash with ovine species.
What’s to stop him visiting Wales?
Won’t somebody think of the kids?Posted 4 years ago
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