A good reason to stay in Wales and not move to England

Just woke up post Wales v England at the Millennium Stadium where there was a great atmosphere and everyone seemed fairly well behaved (considering the final score!) Wales gave a valiant performance but alas still couldnt topple the mighty England side. Lurking in my inbox was this video which really cheered me up whilst eating my breakfast. (As if I havent watched enough Jeremy Kyle this week!)

Is it this type of Jeremy Kyle generation that Essex is breeding onmass? It’s totally unforgiveable for the gob and attitude from the ‘girl’ but total respect for the guys for not loosing it and dishing back some of her own medicine.

Ah living in good ol’ Cardiff isn’t that bad afterall! I’ll even allow you English chaps to win the rugby again if you promise to keep this trash outta Wales! 😉



  1. Tweets that mention A good reason to stay in Wales and not move to England « Welcome to DJ Leekee's Blog of Music, Videos, Mashups, Photos, Cardiff, Sport, Humour and just about anything that catches my eye. -- Topsy.com - February 5, 2011

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Lee Smith/DJ Leekee, Lee Smith/DJ Leekee. Lee Smith/DJ Leekee said: Drunken #Lambrini #Chav on train. Glad I live in #Wales http://bit.ly/f57JBl and dont have to put up with scum like this! […]

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