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Read this.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/tyne/roots/2003/10/so...ityontyne.shtml

 

Made me feel proud of my heritage and thinking we should be more like our forebears.

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well, makes me feel proud im an honoury geordie! :blink:

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Not with spelling like that you're not! :lol:

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Illiteracy merely authenticates her claims tbh

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Read this.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/tyne/roots/2003/10/so...ityontyne.shtml

 

Made me feel proud of my heritage and thinking we should be more like our forebears.

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well, makes me feel proud im an honoury geordie! :razz:

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Not with spelling like that you're not! :blink:

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Illiteracy merely authenticates her claims tbh

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:lol:

 

Cheeky twat!

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I'll have a proper read of that later.

 

I've seen mentioned in the Mag and TF a few times about Oswald Mosley bringing his Blackshirts to the Bigg Market in the 1930s to try and incite a race riot, only for a huge bunch of Geordies to turn up and beat the shit out of them.

 

Never been able to find a net reference though, so don't know how true it is.

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I'll have a proper read of that later.

 

I've seen mentioned in the Mag and TF a few times about Oswald Mosley bringing his Blackshirts to the Bigg Market in the 1930s to try and incite a race riot, only for a huge bunch of Geordies to turn up and beat the shit out of them.

 

Never been able to find a net reference though, so don't know how true it is.

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That definitely happened in South Shields, though not sure if the man himself was there but my Dad told me of "normal" blokes getting together to run fascists out of town when they tried to march in blackshirts.

 

Always made me proud.

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I'll have a proper read of that later.

 

I've seen mentioned in the Mag and TF a few times about Oswald Mosley bringing his Blackshirts to the Bigg Market in the 1930s to try and incite a race riot, only for a huge bunch of Geordies to turn up and beat the shit out of them.

 

Never been able to find a net reference though, so don't know how true it is.

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That definitely happened in South Shields, though not sure if the man himself was there but my Dad told me of "normal" blokes getting together to run fascists out of town when they tried to march in blackshirts.

 

Always made me proud.

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Useless sandal-wearing left-wing do-gooders tbh.

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Read this.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/tyne/roots/2003/10/so...ityontyne.shtml

 

Made me feel proud of my heritage and thinking we should be more like our forebears.

145135[/snapback]

 

well, makes me feel proud im an honoury geordie! :razz:

145140[/snapback]

 

Not with spelling like that you're not! :lol:

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Illiteracy merely authenticates her claims tbh

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ohh sssshhhh Bianca, it's like being back at school on here :blink:

 

I knew it looked wrong, but however i spelt it looked wrong tbh. I'm not normally bad at spelling.

Edited by Toonraider

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I'll have a proper read of that later.

 

I've seen mentioned in the Mag and TF a few times about Oswald Mosley bringing his Blackshirts to the Bigg Market in the 1930s to try and incite a race riot, only for a huge bunch of Geordies to turn up and beat the shit out of them.

 

Never been able to find a net reference though, so don't know how true it is.

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It was mentioned in 'A Mag For All Seasons' by Billy Furious.

Interesting stuff from KCG's also. Cheers for that.

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