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Just for something different

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by eagles2win, Jul 18, 2012.

  1. eagles2win

    eagles2win Well-Known Member

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    Instead of naming Scumterbery as 'Bulldogs' which infers toughness, just keep refering to them as there as original name which was 'the Berries'.
    And if you must make shirts, signs :
    "Bulldogs" because Berries wasn't MANLY enough!

    To me Berries seem soft. See how long it takes to piss them off :D
     
  2. eagleE

    eagleE Active Member

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    Like the idea. But they could turn it around and call us the Seagulls.
     
  3. Townsville Eagle

    Townsville Eagle Active Member

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    You think Seagulls are soft? Ever fought a Seagull for a chip?
     
  4. Wolfpack

    Wolfpack Well-Known Member

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    MWSE were never officially called the Seagulls though, whereas the Dogs were the Berries once upon a time.
     
  5. HappilyManly

    HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Seagulls crap on everything below them :D
     
  6. Top End Eagle

    Top End Eagle Well-Known Member

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    Seagulls lose a leg and still get on with it like nothing has happened.

    Seagulls come out fully formed and ready to rumble (have you ever seen a baby one?).
     
  7. eagleE

    eagleE Active Member

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    Weren't known as the seagulls years back.
     
  8. Peter C

    Peter C Well-Known Member

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    Seagulls was a name the journos gave us in the sixties, we were always the sea eagles, but if you say it quick enough it got distorted to seagles, which became seagulls.
    In those days teams were always referred by their actual name and not emblem, so it was no big deal for us to be called seagulls.
     

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