View Full Version : Happy New Year.......
12-31-2001, 08:14 PM
Just running out the door now for a party..........
To all who hate me and like me or just dont know me....
HAPPY NEW YEAR....
12-31-2001, 09:15 PM
just 2 hours....
Happy New Year for all WSB peoples :)
01-01-2002, 02:29 AM
Here in the WSB,I have friends and enemys,but I'd like to desire a happy new year to all here!
01-01-2002, 03:10 AM
I'd like to hope that we all have a better 2002 than we did 2001
Happy New Year
01-03-2002, 08:15 AM
hope we'll get 2002 members soon:D :D :D
01-03-2002, 12:11 PM
is it an irish custom to kiss irish people on the cheeks and bow when you greet them for the first time ? or is it because they are just drunk ?
just wondering because i spent new years with some of my south african and irish friends in the city ... and this irish guy insisted i "greet" him in that way.
01-03-2002, 02:52 PM
Not that I have heard of. I might kiss my best friends on the cheek, but its more a piss take one. i would say that Drink took over your compatriot , in the way it takes over many Irish and people alike. They sound like very immotional guys!!! Im sure it was all a bit of fun. i hope you had a great night apart from that scare Fanta ..............
01-03-2002, 03:13 PM
well it just seemed weird thats all. like something the japanese would do. it was all harmless anyway. he had a girlfriend so he wasen't gay or anything.
but i must say that the irish people are very friendly !! they can talk the house down. and they are so affectionate - both males and females.
i had a great new years but i can hardly remember any of it. ;)
as everyone knows sydney is famous for having the most spectacular fireworks display and if you watched CNN or sky or whatever the next day you may have seen it. and i can tell you now i had a front row seat (literally) to the fireworks on the harbour bridge. i was actually going over the bridge on a train as they were all going off - awesome view.
the rest of the night was just drink .... drink ... drink ... drink ... and a very, very, very, VERY, bad morning after. :yawn:
01-03-2002, 03:27 PM
i saw some of the fireworks on tv. they looked pretty damn good alright. Yeh, funnily enough a great I rish trait is that we do generaly tend "to talk a sheeps ass off!". And we can be affectionate as you have pointed out. I wsa at a party in my friends house on new years ,we all put money together and got Kegs of beer and 2 chefs to cook us and indian cuisine , after which mant fireworks were lit and much drinking rendered many of us on consciouce! i danced with his next door neighbour (an old man) , who was a smooth groover!! oh well once Im on the dance floor there aint nothin that can stop me !! Owwwwww.. Billy jean, Not my girl.. Says that i am the one... but the Kid is not my son................................. :smoking:
01-03-2002, 03:35 PM
the irish couple i spent new years with were frem dublin.
norman and marie-anne - ye know them ??
probably not but worth asking :D
01-03-2002, 06:28 PM
No I cant say that I recognise those names!!!
Although theres over 1 million people (1 third our population) living in Dublin so its not that unbelievable;)
My friend was in Sydney for the 2000 new year. he missed all the fireworks on the harbour cause he was in the olympic village. i had to phone him and tell him about it!!!!!!!!
01-03-2002, 07:14 PM
Happy New Year, everybody. Hope everyone gets loads of money, sex and all that good stuff! :rolling:
01-03-2002, 08:06 PM
Yes. Thats one of life's greatest pleasures. Its free, for most of us and its great.
i look frward to 2002, with the WC on the horizon. I am waiting to get word back from fifa or the FAI about the ticket situation.....;)
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