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41 minutes ago, jezza said:

Flags are out. Bonfires are nearly built. How will you be celebrating?

Och, a bit of grub probably a chicken supper, few drinks, stereo out the back wi a few toe tapping toons....Just like most days (good weather's a must though). What about yersel Jezza ?

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3 minutes ago, Harold said:

Och, a bit of grub probably a chicken supper, few drinks, stereo out the back wi a few toe tapping toons....Just like most days (good weather's a must though). What about yersel Jezza ?

Double time for me. Hope the weathers good though, BBQ to go to after.

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Just now, Hairy Scot said:

But did it not all happen on the 1st. of July?
Or was that just a mistake in the calendar?
 

Who'd have thunk it?          

I blame the Pope, we'd have been aff today......

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Wee parade along the main street near my gaff a short time ago.....nicked out for a listen and a bit of toe tapping. Got to say though....Sooty didny appreciate it....he flew into the house and upstairs.....:flashing-lol:

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I’ve never seen the 12th parade as every time I was there I was in it. When you stop on Lisburn Road and look back down it is some sight 

Miss the band days but she won’t let me go back lol . 

Miss the 11th night ... Bonfires , street parties, drinking way too much. What’s not to like.

This year I ll be at the Scottish Open but I am sure me and my mate will have a few beers / ciders to celebrate our religious freedom. He’s an East Belfast lad even though he supports fucking St Mirren.

The Protestant Faith We Will Maintain 

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Sitting in a wee cafe on my way back from Rossnowlagh (County Donegal). Taking photographs for the local papers.  Of the OO parade It’s always a great day this one see all sorts of strange mixtures guys with GAA tips on having a beer with guys in one of the lodges etc. Never seen any bother here either. Then again a few folk who I know that have walked in it make the point that it’s pretty laid back and no triumphalism in it.  

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