He should have done like all those asshole druids I ever met in EverQuest, and just kited the beers out of the store.
/Stop kiting my Mobs, you druid jerks!
Fluid: They have not yet accepted that they're English?
bighairyguy: How do you say "total dick" in Welsh?
JohnAnnArbor: Wales should send their extra consonants to Hawaii.
skinink: He should have done like all those asshole druids I ever met in EverQuest, and just kited the beers out of the store./Stop kiting my Mobs, you druid jerks!
Gyrfalcon: She's just lucky he didn't say "Ni!"
Moriel: He said that the cashier spoke to him in Welsh until it came to pay. He had expected her to say 'pum-deg-wyth punt, chwedeg-dau', but instead she said the figure in English.This is the part that confuses me. If she spoke Welsh, then why didn't she just tell him the price in Welsh? This story is missing some details and I am left with the impression that the cashier should get he the most blame for this.
marius2: This guy is giving all the Welsh speakers a bad name.
The All-Powerful Atheismo: marius2: This guy is giving all the Welsh speakers a bad name.However, nobody can pronounce the bad name.
The_Original_Roxtar: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x395]what a coont."i want to do the 'lean head into hand' pose, but I have no desk to lean against... guess i'll just pretend".or, in welsh: "ahbkdfjabslkcuhe rsiufhcbiaulsnbf ewaushdcnliwauenc i lsubfcisudhcniauefbcalskdhaks uhdaucbddbl aku cdbaliuefhld skjhaludhbcialucdbaslkdbcai luefgluhgiuw egfiubcsdbc"
CygnusDarius: Was this druid wielding a sword?.
Wizard Drongo: bighairyguy: How do you say "total dick" in Welsh?"English"Cashier spoke to him in welsh the whole conversation, and then totalled in english (probably not a native speaker, and just read the numbers, automatically). An 83 year old guy in west wales might well even now not speak much english, or even any, so when he asked fr in in welsh and she refused, she was being a complete biatch.Though the real fail is reserved for the english wankers on the Daily Mail site, whining "but this is the UK, we all speak English", not realising that Gaelic Gaelige is spoken in NI & Scotland, Scots Gaelic in Scotland, Ulster Scots in NI, and Welsh in Wales. The English think they run/own everything, but they do get stroppy when you remind them they don't./ Sassenach bastards
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