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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Russ » Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:23 pm

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Russ wrote:Tommy Bowe filmed an episode of homes under the hammer today


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Might be a couple in South Belfast coming on the market.
Ormeau is East to me m8

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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Dave » Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:24 pm

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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Russ » Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:28 pm

Really excited for my roast dinner on sunday

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Re: Replacement 10

Postby big mervyn » Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:33 pm

Russ wrote:
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Russ wrote:Tommy Bowe filmed an episode of homes under the hammer today


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Might be a couple in South Belfast coming on the market.
Ormeau is East to me m8

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Ormeau and Ravenhill are both within the South Belfast constituency.
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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Russ » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:03 pm

big mervyn wrote:
Russ wrote:
big mervyn wrote:
Russ wrote:Tommy Bowe filmed an episode of homes under the hammer today


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Might be a couple in South Belfast coming on the market.
Ormeau is East to me m8

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Ormeau and Ravenhill are both within the South Belfast constituency.
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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Tender » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:14 pm

Constituency my firm rounded cheeks. Don’t go giving it large about some poxy political boundary line drawn up by some quango in order to elect failed businessmen, corner boys, wheel clamp vandals and ex-terrorists to a meaningless talking shop which was set up to give them a wage in the hope the money/bribe would stop them killing innocent people and each other. Leave it awt you shhlaag.

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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Russ » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:30 pm

Had a decent curry and a lougha pints recently in east belfast

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Re: Replacement 10

Postby therealspratt » Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:05 pm

Ormeau is culturally South Belfast.
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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Kofi Annan » Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:06 pm

Russ wrote:Had a decent curry and a lougha pints recently in east belfast

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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Russ » Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:07 pm

therealspratt wrote:Ormeau is culturally South Belfast.
It's pure east. Particularly the lower
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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Wee Woman » Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:39 am

Russ wrote:
therealspratt wrote:Ormeau is culturally South Belfast.
It's pure east. Particularly the lower
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You've been away too long mate!

When I was in my teens I moved from the Castlereagh Road over to the Woodstock Road, my address, which was less than halfway down Ravenhill Avenue, was in the South Belfast election constituency.

It felt all wrong at election time but trust me, as a born and bred Eastie, East Belfast stretched as far as the Ravenhill Road entrance to Ormeau Park and down to the Albert Bridge.

My cousins lived off the Ormeau Road behind the bakery, they never referred to where they lived as East Belfast, it was not and will never be East Belfast, in fact they'd be outraged as it would probably affect their property values ha!
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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Russ » Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:21 am

Wee Woman wrote:
Russ wrote:
therealspratt wrote:Ormeau is culturally South Belfast.
It's pure east. Particularly the lower
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You've been away too long mate!

When I was in my teens I moved from the Castlereagh Road over to the Woodstock Road, my address, which was less than halfway down Ravenhill Avenue, was in the South Belfast election constituency.

It felt all wrong at election time but trust me, as a born and bred Eastie, East Belfast stretched as far as the Ravenhill Road entrance to Ormeau Park and down to the Albert Bridge.

My cousins lived off the Ormeau Road behind the bakery, they never referred to where they lived as East Belfast, it was not and will never be East Belfast, in fact they'd be outraged as it would probably affect their property values ha!
South in that direction ends at University Avenue

Most of Holylands is East

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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Wee Woman » Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:29 am

Russ wrote:
Wee Woman wrote:
Russ wrote:
therealspratt wrote:Ormeau is culturally South Belfast.
It's pure east. Particularly the lower
Lougha poor people

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You've been away too long mate!

When I was in my teens I moved from the Castlereagh Road over to the Woodstock Road, my address, which was less than halfway down Ravenhill Avenue, was in the South Belfast election constituency.

It felt all wrong at election time but trust me, as a born and bred Eastie, East Belfast stretched as far as the Ravenhill Road entrance to Ormeau Park and down to the Albert Bridge.

My cousins lived off the Ormeau Road behind the bakery, they never referred to where they lived as East Belfast, it was not and will never be East Belfast, in fact they'd be outraged as it would probably affect their property values ha!
South in that direction ends at University Avenue

Most of Holylands is East

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No it’s bloody not Russ, people who reside in the Holylands, including the students would be horrified to associate themselves with the East .

You must be a culchie!


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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Russ » Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:31 am

Wee Woman wrote:
Russ wrote:
Wee Woman wrote:
Russ wrote:
therealspratt wrote:Ormeau is culturally South Belfast.
It's pure east. Particularly the lower
Lougha poor people

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You've been away too long mate!

When I was in my teens I moved from the Castlereagh Road over to the Woodstock Road, my address, which was less than halfway down Ravenhill Avenue, was in the South Belfast election constituency.

It felt all wrong at election time but trust me, as a born and bred Eastie, East Belfast stretched as far as the Ravenhill Road entrance to Ormeau Park and down to the Albert Bridge.

My cousins lived off the Ormeau Road behind the bakery, they never referred to where they lived as East Belfast, it was not and will never be East Belfast, in fact they'd be outraged as it would probably affect their property values ha!
South in that direction ends at University Avenue

Most of Holylands is East

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No it’s bloody not Russ, people who reside in the Holylands, including the students would be horrified to associate themselves with the East .

You must be a culchie!


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Lisburn Road mate

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Re: Replacement 10

Postby Wee Woman » Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:35 am

Russ wrote:
Wee Woman wrote:
Russ wrote:
Wee Woman wrote:
Russ wrote:[quote="therealspratt"]Ormeau is culturally South Belfast.
It's pure east. Particularly the lower
Lougha poor people

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You've been away too long mate!

When I was in my teens I moved from the Castlereagh Road over to the Woodstock Road, my address, which was less than halfway down Ravenhill Avenue, was in the South Belfast election constituency.

It felt all wrong at election time but trust me, as a born and bred Eastie, East Belfast stretched as far as the Ravenhill Road entrance to Ormeau Park and down to the Albert Bridge.

My cousins lived off the Ormeau Road behind the bakery, they never referred to where they lived as East Belfast, it was not and will never be East Belfast, in fact they'd be outraged as it would probably affect their property values ha!
South in that direction ends at University Avenue

Most of Holylands is East

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No it’s bloody not Russ, people who reside in the Holylands, including the students would be horrified to associate themselves with the East .

You must be a culchie!


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Lisburn Road mate

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Ah, ok I get it now. Lisburn Rd folk are so much more South Belfast than Ormeau Rd!

It’s like the North Down thing in that Holywood people think they are so much more North Down than Bangor folk .

You should’ve just said that in the first place


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