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ST. GEORGES DAY.

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KEEP ST GEORGE IN MY HEART KEEP ME ENGLISH

KEEP ST GEORGE IN MY HEART I PRAY

KEEP ST GEORGE IN MY HEART KEEP ME ENGLISH

KEEP ME ENGLISH TILL MY DYING DAY.

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Edward i'll leave you in more shock than

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When I squeeze thaaaa thunderrr

cause you wont see it coming....

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St. George wasn't English, pretty sure he was born in Turkey. He never even came to England.

Hardly a big sign of patriotism when a handful of other countries celebrate this day.

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St. George wasn't English, pretty sure he was born in Turkey. He never even came to England.

Hardly a big sign of patriotism when a handful of other countries celebrate this day.

COULDN'T GIVE A f*ck IF HE WAS A WOMEN FROM SENEGAL.

THIS IS ENGLAND DAY.

THAT'S ALL THAT MATTERS.

MAD VYBES IM GONNA BE IN AND AROUND CRYSTAL PALACE WITH A sh*t LOAD OF STELLAS AND AN 8 BALL OF YAYO.

HOLLA!

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St. George wasn't English, pretty sure he was born in Turkey. He never even came to England.

Hardly a big sign of patriotism when a handful of other countries celebrate this day.

Wow I have never heard of this before. Thank you for your unique insight into this holy day of patriotism.

Definitely shocking. Next they'll say St Patrick wasnt really Irish and St Andrew wasnt really Scottish.

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St. George wasn't English, pretty sure he was born in Turkey. He never even came to England.

Hardly a big sign of patriotism when a handful of other countries celebrate this day.

Born in Palestine

Dad was roman, mum was a turk

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dunno how this translates into England day :/

and i dont think st.george would recommend getting licked and high tbh

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Don't think Jesus would recommend punching up your uncle for cheating at scrabble.

LOL.

Pos'd.

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Saint George is the patron saint of Aragon, Catalonia, England, Ethiopia, Georgia, Greece, Lithuania, Palestine, Portugal, and Russia, as well as the cities of Amersfoort, Beirut, Fakiha, Bteghrine, Cáceres (Spain), Ferrara, Freiburg, Genoa, Ljubljana, Gozo, Milan, Pomorie, Preston, Salford, Qormi, Rio de Janeiro, Lod, Barcelona and Moscow, as well as a wide range of professions, organizations, and disease sufferers.

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I agree with Pifferhands. This is Englands day. A day to be patriotic.

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St. George wasn't English, pretty sure he was born in Turkey. He never even came to England.

Hardly a big sign of patriotism when a handful of other countries celebrate this day.

Born in Palestine

Dad was roman, mum was a turk

Born in Cappadocia (which is now Turkey) Dad was also from there but was a Roman soldier and his mother was from Palestine.

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St. George wasn't English, pretty sure he was born in Turkey. He never even came to England.

Hardly a big sign of patriotism when a handful of other countries celebrate this day.

Born in Palestine

Dad was roman, mum was a turk

Born in Cappadocia (which is now Turkey) Dad was also from there but was a Roman soldier and his mother was from Palestine.

Mine was from school lessons lol

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St. Patrick was actually british but was kidnapped by the irish and sent to Ireland to become a slave

St. Andrew was greek but some how managed to become a day for the scottish people

The only saint that we should truely celebrate is St. David as he was actually welsh

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Why dont we get a day of for this?

Probably not "British" enough lol.

UKIP want to replace the May day holiday with a St George's day holiday.

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