Did any get on his his jumper or trainers?
@Doug Dimmadone, best comment yet.. heres an upvote
@Doug Dimmadone, you takin the piss mate?
@Agent Bankss, *during a soccer match
@FP Waiter, we don't say soccer. We say football... and what you call football, we call rugby
@Tis but a scratch, and rugby is by far superior to nfl
@Tis but a scratch, god dayum Brit lobster backs TAKE YOUR TEA TAX AND F*CK OFF
@Tis but a scratch, do not compare our rugby to their football. Their football is a padded, softer version of rugby
@Jipz, Softer rugby in which we hit much harder.
@Ethan Bradberry, That's why it's so popular and all over T.V..
@Grimoire Weiss, so because it isn't commercialised to the extent of football (soccer) and NFL it's inferior?
@Ethan Bradberry, Yes, that's exactly what I said.
@Grimoire Weiss, personally playing and watching rugby is so much more enjoyable than NFL. It's fast paced, emotional, and the only sport England are any good at
@Grimoire Weiss, and besides it is popular and all over tv, just not in America. Watching rugby in New Zealand is a spectacle
@Ethan Bradberry, That's cool. I guess we just like our own things.
@Tis but a scratch, I'm American and I'd rather watch rugby over football. Football is so slow with way too many commercials but I have zero clue what's going on in rugby. That is when it's not hockey season obviously
do American football players get swollen ears?
@JeffTheGinger, No, they have these things called helmits. Do you know what they do with these helmits? They use all their weight and thrust themselves head first into their opponent. So while rugby players are dealing with swollen ears and scratches, football players are getting concussions and serius brain injuries. I don't want to say that rugby is necessarily worse than football. I just hate it when some British person with likely little experience with either sport and how they are played decides that football is just a soft and safe version of rugby.
"Don't let those ships with disaster relief food get to Ireland."
WAYYYYY more British.
Last week my mate boiled some water to make tea and when he made the tea it spilled all over my brand new jumper and me willy