Bonfire Night

Ryans Resort

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This year Ryan's Resort will once again be holding our very own Bonfire night BBQ and Firework Display as always all welcome to come and enjoy the fun. It has now become a hugely successful event and here's hoping this year will be even bigger and better. Party starts from 5pm onwards and the firework display normally starts around 7.30pm. Anyone wishing to either bring their own fireworks or contribute towards fireworks please PM me, also people needing a room please book early.
Thanks Gary
 

CO-CO

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Many of our continental brothers celebrate Christmas on 24th December! In a way makes sense -seeing Christmas "in" just as one sees New year "in" on 31st December!


"continental brothers"" - bollocks! We have fought most of the buggers at some point over the last 500 years :rolleyes:.

Some of us have often engaged in the traditional way of seeing Christmas Day in - by going to Midnight Mass,

An uplifting and heart-warming event.
 

Prakhonchai Nick

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"continental brothers"" - bollocks! We have fought most of the buggers at some point over the last 500 years :rolleyes:.

Some of us have often engaged in the traditional way of seeing Christmas Day in - by going to Midnight Mass,

An uplifting and heart-warming event.

Didn't realise you were that old Co-Co! :rolleyes:

Midnight mass may well be uplifting and heart warming for those religious folk, but I suspect that most of your heart warming on Christmas Eve was caused by alcohol! :redface:
 

CO-CO

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Didn't realise you were that old Co-Co! :rolleyes:

Midnight mass may well be uplifting and heart warming for those religious folk, but I suspect that most of your heart warming on Christmas Eve was caused by alcohol! :redface:


You don't have to be religious to enjoy the occasion - and a little mulled wine goes a long way in keeping the cold out :rolleyes:
 

Prakhonchai Nick

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You don't have to be religious to enjoy the occasion - and a little mulled wine goes a long way in keeping the cold out :rolleyes:

My "occasions" were usually down the pub!

Mulled wine!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pull the other one! More like a flask or 2 of malt whisky! :rolleyes:
 
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johnb

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I have to agree. Most Americans wouldn't know the date of a Holiday of a “a small island that no one listens to”.

Yet more evidence, Joe, if any were needed, that the special relationship may no longer be quite so special. Anyhow, at least we will take you on at soccer any day. Montenegro, Poland, USA...bring em on!!
 
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AussieBill

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We Aussies celebrate Christmas in the summer so don't have to be warmed up. Used to feel a little cooler when looking at the snow on the Christmas cards along the mantelpiece. Was it actually snowing the day Jesus was (supposedly) born? No doubt, our meteorological members can check that for us in between cyclones!

Now, if I can pal up with a continental mate, I gather I can have two days of Christmas food!
 

SurinJoe

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Yet more evidence, Joe, if any were needed, that the special relationship may no longer be quite so special. Anyhow, at least we will take you on at soccer any day. Montenegro, Poland, USA...bring em on!!
Soccer (football) in the USA is mostly a female college sport. I will admit that the females in America are no match.
 
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