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    Special Donncha song for Sat.

    to the tune of row, row row your boat.


    Show, show, show us your pants,
    Red for all to see,
    Give us a chance at a second glance,
    So we can shout Yipee!


    #2
    Eh, no.
    The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

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      #3
      I expect a large contingent of DOC fans to appear in T.P. on saturday in nothing but red smalls.






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        #4
        I've a feeling ee'll be seeing those pictures of DOC for decades to come!

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          #5
          "Don't forget your shorts if you wanna go to work"?
          Munster - Incessant Perfervidity
          "Ireland Will Choke" - Jeremy Guscott

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            #6
            Wonder how long it will take until the first avatar appears...
            Excellence is hard to keep quite - Sherrie Coale

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              #7

              Originally posted by McCloud
              Wonder how long it will take until the first avatar appears...
              Come to think about it, doesn't somebody already have it with a bit of leather about too?

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                #8

                Originally posted by McCloud
                Wonder how long it will take until the first avatar appears...
                My money's on Socks. And red jocks.
                Munster - Incessant Perfervidity
                "Ireland Will Choke" - Jeremy Guscott

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                  #9


                  Originally posted by Boo-boo
                  Originally posted by McCloud
                  Wonder how long it will take until the first avatar appears...
                  Come to think about it, doesn't somebody already have it with a bit of leather about too?

                  Not DoC tis a lassie
                  \"As she lay there dozing next to me, one voice inside my head kept saying, \'Relax, you\'re not the first doctor to sleep with one of his patients\', but the another kept reminding me, \' you are a veterinarian!\'\"

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                    #10

                    Originally posted by munsterbouy

                    Originally posted by Boo-boo
                    Originally posted by McCloud
                    Wonder how long it will take until the first avatar appears...
                    Come to think about it, doesn't somebody already have it with a bit of leather about too?

                    Not DoC tis a lassie
                    Donncha must have seen yours and thought it was a good look!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Boo-boo
                      Originally posted by munsterbouy


                      Originally posted by Boo-boo
                      Originally posted by McCloud
                      Wonder how long it will take until the first avatar appears...
                      Come to think about it, doesn't somebody already have it with a bit of leather about too?

                      Not DoC tis a lassie

                      Donncha must have seen yours and thought it was a good look!

                      not sure but the text on mine says "if you are reading this then it is you lucky day" or something like that[img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]
                      \"As she lay there dozing next to me, one voice inside my head kept saying, \'Relax, you\'re not the first doctor to sleep with one of his patients\', but the another kept reminding me, \' you are a veterinarian!\'\"

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                        #12
                        The song got a mention from David Kelly today in the Indo, its not in the online edition though.
                        Socialise your Nazism

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                          #13
                          To the air of volare

                          Donn-a-cha whoa-oh
                          Donn-a-cha whoa-oh-ohoh-oh-oh

                          He's one of Munster's locks
                          He plays it in his jocks

                          They're scarlet whoa-oh
                          They're scarlet whoa-oh-ohoh-oh-oh

                          He's Munster through and through
                          They're goin' to hammer you



                          Munster – Champions of Europe 2006, 2008, 2019.

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                            #14

                            Originally posted by Scenic
                            The song got a mention from David Kelly today in the Indo, its not in the online edition though.
                            Which song got a mention Scenic?
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                              #15


                              Originally posted by Boo-boo
                              Originally posted by Scenic
                              The song got a mention from David Kelly today in the Indo, its not in the online edition though.
                              Which song got a mention Scenic?
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                              See below


                              Knickerbocker glory: the musical
                              Wednesday December 13th 2006


                              THE massive exposure (boom boom) given to Donncha O'Callaghan's attempt to contest a lineout in his red 'Speedos' against Cardiff last Sunday gave us all a much-needed laugh in the bleak mid-winter. Unfortunately for the Munster giant, it occured on the same day he was quoted in a Sunday newspaper saying he wanted "to be taken seriously" as a rugby player.


                              However, hats off to the Munster fan who swiftly scribbled a seasonal homage to the eccentric second-row, which he hopes will be belted out during the return match in Thomond Park on Saturday. Sung to the tune of 'Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer', it requires Donncha to be pronounced 'Duncha' and may not scan exactly in the second stanza but, overall, it is a commendable effort on short notice - perhaps he could work on 'Ireland's Call'...


                              Donncha the red pants lock boy


                              has a red pair of pants


                              and if you ever saw them


                              you'd have to take a second glance


                              All of his Munster team-mates


                              refused to lift him up by his pants


                              they wouldn't let poor Donncha


                              even give the lineout a chance


                              Then one rainy, cold wet day


                              the French ref came to say,


                              "Donncha, give your team some peace


                              You can not play rugby like zees!"


                              Then he put on his black shorts


                              and they shouted out in glee,


                              "Donncha the red pants lock boy,


                              you'll go down in history!"



                              RFU shows its claws after Cheshire spat
                              THERE are those who believe violence in the GAA is an historical inevitability. It stems, they claim, from dust-ups between rival villages - the regular post-Mass entertainment on Sundays in olden times - which were only mildly modified by Archbishop Croke's decision to lob in a ball.


                              True or not, after its recent, highly-publicised troubles in this area, the GAA might glean some consolation from the fact that such an august body as the English Rugby Football Union has similar woes. Last Monday, an RFU disciplinary panel met in the Leeds Brighouse Holiday Inn after a game between Oldershaw RFC and Widnes RFC was abandoned for persistent fighting. The upshot was that Oldershaw were relegated from South Lancashire &amp; Cheshire Division One and start next season in Division Two with a seven-point penalty.


                              There were also charges against two Oldershaw players and James Winstanley, a spectator, who ran onto the pitch to join the fray.


                              "Our over-riding concern was that the safety of the referee, the players and spectators was seriously compromised," said the RFU's Mike Hamlin. Sound familiar?



                              Excellence is hard to keep quite - Sherrie Coale

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