Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Well it made me laugh

An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman walked into a bar ............ the Welshman was still in New Zealand.


Shaun Edwards said...

I've been generally disappointed with Radnorian's contribution to the Rugby UNION World Cup: particularly as Radnorshire has contributed the Wales blindside flanker. I expected an in depth study of the origins of the surname; a cursory search of the internet suggests English origins, naturally. However, Radnorian will of course know what Llidiart means and the presence of a Ty'n Llidiart nearby.

I'm so upset, I'm considering taking the England job.

Kind Regards

old radnor said...

Sorry Shaun ... of course Dan was born in Salford and not the Salford near Kinnerton either.

What with North being born in Kings Lynn, Jonathan Davies in Solihull, Toby in Tonga and Charteris being a Cornishman .... well we wouldn't want the Sweet Chariot brigade crowing about that.

Of course they all went to school and learnt their Rugby in Wales which is the important thing.

Don't take the England job old pal, you really wouldn't like it, rubbing shoulders with those Twickenham types.