english and irish humor… αυτα παθαινεις οταν μενεις πολυ καιρο στην "γρια Αλβιωνα"


1. You say ‘mate’ constantly
2. You think it is perfectly normal to pay over £3 for a pint.
3. Anyone not from London is a ‘wanker’
4. Anyone from outside London and north of the Watford Gap is a ‘Northern Wanker’
5. You have no idea where the North is.
6. You see All Saints in the Met Bar (again) and find it hard to get excited about it.
7. The countryside makes you nervous
8. Somebody speaks to you on the tube and you freak out thinking they are a stalker.
9. American tourists no longer annoy you.
10. You talk in postcodes. «God, it was really warm round SW1 the other day»
11. You can’t remember the last time you got up to 30 mph in your car in the city.
12. You didn’t realise that ‘Paddington Green’ is REAL.


1. You go mad when somebody who is not from Manchester says ‘mad fer it’. «Nobody says that EVER!» you scream.
2. You say ‘mad fer it’ when back in Manchester.
3. You think fisherman’s hats are attractive.
4. You support Man City out of principle.
5. You see Coronation Street stars all the time and think nothing of it.
6. You think Londoners are ‘soft southern wankers’… until they kick your head in at a footie match.
7. You get a freckle and consider yourself ‘suntanned’
8. You deny that it rains all the time.. as you struggle home with the shopping in yet another torrential downpour.
9. You won’t pay more than £1.50 for a wrap of skag.
10. People start yawning when you talk about how great Manchester is.
11. Zzzzzzz.


1. You have an urge to steal
2. You think Brookside is a ‘glamorous’ soap
3. You think Hollyoaks is ‘posh’
4. You keep going on about how great Liverpool and Scousers are
5. You often wonder why so many Scousers leave Liverpool and never come back.
6. To you, organised crime is putting petrol in the getaway car.
7. You start to cry when you hear ‘Ferry cross the Mersey’
8. You think that Albert Dock is ‘for the tourists’. What tourists?
9. You think anyone from Liverpool has a great sense of humour.
10. You often wonder why you don’t hear of many Scouse comedians any more


1. You say ‘pish’ all the time
2. You say ‘aye’ all the time
3. You end sentences with ‘like’ i.e. ‘I’m no goin’ there, like, it’s pish’ 4. You think McEwans beer is great, ignoring the fact it ‘tastes of pish, like’
5. You get an urge to punch everybody you meet
6. You punch everybody you meet
7. You get drunk before, after and during punching everybody you meet.
8. You are incomprehensible.
9. People seem to be scared of you when you say where you are from
10. You automatically get the urge to kill on hearing the words ‘Edinburgh’ or ‘England’.
11. You have heart disease aged 26 due to all deep-fried pizzas you have consumed since birth.


1. You are unaware of any other club culture except Leeds
2. You get secretly excited when people say Leeds is the new big thing.
3. You fool yourself into thinking you can afford to shop at Harvey Nicks by going to the restaurant and ordering a water- and taking five hours to drink it.
4. Ladies: you dress like a tart out of Ibiza Uncovered for a night out.
5. Gents: you act like a wanker from Ibiza Uncovered for a night out.
6. You’ll go into a designer shop at the start of the new season and ask how much something will be in the end of season sale.
7. You go around Harvey Nicks to see what’s in fashion, then run over to TopShop and buy something similar – and then lie about where you got it from.
8. You see Leeds United players beating someone up/shagging a blonde in Majestyk and don’t think anything of it.
9. You think Londoners are ponces and that London is ‘crap’, but you’ve never been as you can’t afford the fare, and mum won’t let you borrow the mini.
10. You hate students – even though you are one.
11. Leeds is the centre of your universe – you can’t ever imagine leaving. Until you leave, then you can’t ever imagine going back.


1. You say «I’m Grand» all the time.
2. You drink Guinness as if it is a sixth food group.
3. You disagreed with 2. – Guinness is the FIRST food group.
4. You’re pale and white… yet compared to others your suntan looks good. 5. You say «Are you Grand ?» all the time.
6. You say «Isn’t it grand» all the time.
7. You say «That’d be grand» all the time.
8. You can pronounce names like Eoghan, Niamh and Siobhan
9. You take 4 hours to get home on a Saturday night and think nothing of it.
10. You don’t eat anything cold, uncooked or not resembling meat, bread or potatoes
11. You say «Your man» all the time.
12. You say «Your woman» all the time.
13. You say «It’s grand that your man asked if I’m grand» all the time.
14. You find yourself still living with family and having dinners cooked for you by someone’s mammy – at 30.
15. You talk about ‘dinners’ and ‘mammys’holler «Bad touch!»

thanks Cath

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Demetrios Georgalas (A Surviving Globalization Consultant) was born in 1961 in Bern and grew up in Athens. In1985, graduated from Surrey University with a Tourism Management BSc (Hons). In 1998, graduated from LMTB under Freie Universitat Berlin, with a Diploma Lasers in Medicine. His professional career was started in the private sector and at the same time he created his first consulting company D+G Consultants Inc. Worked for major multinationals in Greece and abroad (FMCGs / Pharmaceuticals / Tourism). Demetrios Georgalas, having established also Travelling 2 Greece a destination management company, while with the D+G Consultants working in the areas of BTL and special marketing projects. He is activated except from Greece in the Balkans and in Turkey, consulting his clientele with new innovative proposals. Apart from his enterprising activities, he dabbles at blogging, travelling and cooking while he is married and has two children. In conclusion Demetrios Georgalas is an Athenian, Greek, Agnostic, Traveller, & Liberal he likes sci-fi, photography, blogging, travelling and cooking and if you like fascism or any kind of dogma, keep out! Δημήτρης Κ. Γεωργαλάς Γεννήθηκε στην Αθήνα το 1961, σπούδασε Τουριστική Διαχείριση στο Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο και κατέχει μεταπτυχιακό τίτλο στην Βιοτεχνολογία. Έχει εργαστεί σε μεγάλα τουριστικά γραφεία του εσωτερικού, και σε πολυεθνικές σε Ελλάδα και Εξωτερικό, στο χώρο των φαρμάκων, των ιατρικών μηχανημάτων και των FMCG’s. Από το 2001 είναι ελεύθερος επαγγελματίας, με δραστηριότητα στην διαχείριση προορισμού, τον θεματικό τουρισμό και τις ειδικές ενέργειες marketing. Είναι παντρεμένος και πατέρας δυο παιδιών, διδάσκει ειδικά θέματα εξωτερικού εμπορίου και κοινωνικής δικτύωσης, σε επιχειρήσεις και οργανισμούς. Ασχολείται ενεργά με το διαδίκτυο από το 1993 με άμεση εμπλοκή στα κοινωνικά δίκτυα και στο «ιστολογείν». Φανατικός ταξιδευτής, ερασιτέχνης φωτογράφος, μαχόμενος αγνωστικός και φιλελεύθερος. Όραμά του μια Ευρωπαϊκή Ελλάδα. https://brexians.wordpress.com
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3 Responses to english and irish humor… αυτα παθαινεις οταν μενεις πολυ καιρο στην "γρια Αλβιωνα"

  1. Ο/Η ο δείμος του πολίτη λέει:

    Too british :)))) Too english :))))

    Μου αρέσει!

  2. Ο/Η offshore λέει:


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  3. Ο/Η xalki λέει:

    Πολύ ευχάριστο ανάγνωσμαIsn't it grand mate?

    Μου αρέσει!

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