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Drekkus
08-02-2005, 11:50:41
Rugbyfan ontmant zichzelf na weddenschap

Uitgegeven: 8 februari 2005 07:27
LONDEN - Een 26-jarige Welshman heeft een bijzonder pijnlijke weddenschap verloren. Hij had beloofd zijn ballen af te zullen snijden als het rugbyteam van Wales zou winnen van Engeland. Wales won. En de Welshman hield woord, zoals het een goede Brit betaamt. Hij ligt in zorgwekkende toestand in een ziekenhuis, berichtte het tabloid The Daily Mirror dinsdag.

De man liep na de wedstrijd van de kroeg naar zijn huis en keerde even later terug met zijn afgesneden testikels in zijn hand, tot grote schrik van de overige stamgasten. Zij waren er van overtuigd dat hij een grapje maakte.

Volgens de politie stond de man al geruime tijd te boek als een psychisch probleemgeval. Wales boekte in Cardiff overigens met 11-9 zijn eerste thuisoverwinning op Engeland in twaalf jaar.
:vom:

Rodgers
08-02-2005, 11:52:49
Too right!

miester gandertak
08-02-2005, 11:54:19
hmmmmmm, mental.

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 11:56:12
Could be one for the Darwin awards.

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 11:57:19
HOLY SHIT!

zmama
08-02-2005, 12:47:38
Really!!! I could read that


HELP!!!!! :eek:

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 12:49:33
I know. I really can spijk dutch.

For those that can't - it says a Welsh guy said that if Wales beat England he's castrate himself. They won and he did... currently in hospital. :eek:

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 13:09:57
wow, you guys actually are learning dutch! :beer: Good thing mr G and I still have our secret language Brabants left. :D

zmama
08-02-2005, 13:11:22
Well if the word testicles wasn't the same, I'd be lost :D

Provost Harrison
08-02-2005, 13:12:09
Testicles are the same in The Netherlands and Germany? Amazing...

Gary
08-02-2005, 13:16:06
Rugbyfan emasculates itself after wager

Spent: 8 February 2005 07:27
- A 26-birthday Welshman REWARDED has lost a particular painful wager. He had promised be clench cut would win finished to will the rugbyteam of Bank by England as. Bank won. And the Welshman held becomes word, as one good Briton. He lies in worrisome state in a hospital, informed the tabloid The Daily Mirror Tuesday.

The man walked to the competition of the bar to its house and turned even later on back at the same time its cut off testicles in its hand, until large fright of the remaining stem guests. They were there of convinced that he a joke made.

According to the police, the man all considerable time stood too book as a psychological problem case. Bank in Cardiff otherwise with 11-9 its first home victory posted on England in twelve year.

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 13:17:24
Originally posted by Drekkus
wow, you guys actually are learning dutch! :beer: Good thing mr G and I still have our secret language Brabants left. :D

I'm not really learning Dutch, all your words are English or German.

Gary
08-02-2005, 13:17:32
Good ol' Bank

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 13:18:48
Stem guests! :lol:

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 13:19:39
How come that translator makes Wales into Bank???

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 13:22:17
http://dictionary.reference.com/translate/text.html

LONDON - a person whose birthday it isperson whose birthday it is person whose birthday it is Welshman has lost a particularly painful bet. He had promised be balls finished will cut if the rugbyteam of wales would win of United Kingdom. Wales won. And the Welshman kept word, as it becomes a good briton. He lies in worrisom situation in a hospital, reported to the tabloid The Daily Mirror Tuesday the man ran after the game of the kroeg to its house and returned just as later with its cut testicles in its hand, to large fright of the remaining tribe guests. They were there of convinced that he joked according to the police force stood the man for a long time book as a mental problem case. Wales booked in Cardiff moreover with 11-9 is first thuisoverwinning on United Kingdom in twelve years.

Rodgers
08-02-2005, 13:24:39
Tribe guests?

Gary
08-02-2005, 13:25:05
Do you not speak Dutch then ? :D (http://ets.freetranslation.com/)

Gary
08-02-2005, 13:27:08
Surely this thread title is more applicable ? (http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=26232)

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 13:27:23
Babelfish speaks dutch these days too, if there's the odd word you don't recognise ('cause your German isn't good enough).

Gary
08-02-2005, 13:29:32
Blocked from work, for some reason. By our German owners :nervous:

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 13:29:45
Originally posted by Rodgers
Tribe guests? Stem guests!

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 13:30:13
A tribe called guest?

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 13:31:16
Found an English (well Scottish) link to the story

http://news.scotsman.com/latest.cfm?id=4104735

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 13:31:52
Can I kick it?

Stamgasten are the bar's regular customers, can't think of a proper translation right now.

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 13:33:54
They are called "regular customers" or regulars for short. ;)

miester gandertak
08-02-2005, 13:36:10
or regs for very short?

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 13:37:00
Like you?

miester gandertak
08-02-2005, 13:38:33
yaaaay
I'm a reg.

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 13:42:04
You're Reg Vardy.

miester gandertak
08-02-2005, 13:44:47
No I'm Reg Little (http://www.federationpress.com.au/bookstore/author.asp?id=318)

Funkodrom
08-02-2005, 13:45:51
No you're Reg Vardy (http://www.regvardy.com/)

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 13:55:42
Originally posted by Funkodrom
Like you? :lol:

miester gandertak
08-02-2005, 14:01:27
lach nie juhhng

Drekkus
08-02-2005, 14:02:12
Bakkes ouwe, maat