Ten reasons why we love the Six Nations

Ten reasons why we love the Six Nations

Ten reasons why we love the Six Nations

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ON the eve of a possible record-breaking 2014 tournament, we give you ten reasons why we love the Six Nations.

1. The noise of the anthem in the Millennium Stadium

South Wales Argus: 6 nations anthem

2. Swearing at the telly

3. Polishing your Groggs

South Wales Argus: The Toby Faletau Grogg

4. Spotting pundits' cliches

South Wales Argus: 6 Nations Jiffy

5. It's the only time adults can wear facepaint

South Wales Argus: 6 nations facepaint

6. Or wear flowers and vegetables as hats

South Wales Argus: 6 nations hats

7. We can join Dai Lama in baiting Brian Moore on Twitter

South Wales Argus: 6 Nations Dai Lama

8. We get to hear non-Welsh pundits trying to pronounce 'hwyl'

South Wales Argus: Jeremy Guscott

9. The pre-match fry-up

South Wales Argus: Celebrating the best breakfast

10. The chance to go a bit mad - COME ON WALES!!!

South Wales Argus: 6 nations inflatable

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7:54am Fri 31 Jan 14

Mr Angry says...

The Six Nations unite, The Welsh, Scots, Irish, French and Italians. All want to beat the English, it's the only thing that matters
The Six Nations unite, The Welsh, Scots, Irish, French and Italians. All want to beat the English, it's the only thing that matters Mr Angry
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10:21am Fri 31 Jan 14

Walter Devereux says...

Mr Angry wrote:
The Six Nations unite, The Welsh, Scots, Irish, French and Italians. All want to beat the English, it's the only thing that matters
Which is a terrible attitude to have.
[quote][p][bold]Mr Angry[/bold] wrote: The Six Nations unite, The Welsh, Scots, Irish, French and Italians. All want to beat the English, it's the only thing that matters[/p][/quote]Which is a terrible attitude to have. Walter Devereux
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10:37am Fri 31 Jan 14

blackandamber says...

Yes we all love the six nations. But where do all these "FANS" go when their local team is playing. Judging by the attendances not to watch rugby.
Yes we all love the six nations. But where do all these "FANS" go when their local team is playing. Judging by the attendances not to watch rugby. blackandamber
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11:21am Fri 31 Jan 14

Mr Angry says...

Walter Devereux wrote:
Mr Angry wrote: The Six Nations unite, The Welsh, Scots, Irish, French and Italians. All want to beat the English, it's the only thing that matters
Which is a terrible attitude to have.
ALLEZ FRANCE!!!!!! for tomorrow . I will be watching cheering for Les Blues
[quote][p][bold]Walter Devereux[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mr Angry[/bold] wrote: The Six Nations unite, The Welsh, Scots, Irish, French and Italians. All want to beat the English, it's the only thing that matters[/p][/quote]Which is a terrible attitude to have.[/p][/quote]ALLEZ FRANCE!!!!!! for tomorrow . I will be watching cheering for Les Blues Mr Angry
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1:56pm Fri 31 Jan 14

p stani says...

blackandamber wrote:
Yes we all love the six nations. But where do all these "FANS" go when their local team is playing. Judging by the attendances not to watch rugby.
To true mate,it makes me laugh when they say wales is a rugby mad country,when you see the pathetic crowds for our regional teams,compared to the English French and irish crowds,I guess most of them go to Cardiff for the beer.
[quote][p][bold]blackandamber[/bold] wrote: Yes we all love the six nations. But where do all these "FANS" go when their local team is playing. Judging by the attendances not to watch rugby.[/p][/quote]To true mate,it makes me laugh when they say wales is a rugby mad country,when you see the pathetic crowds for our regional teams,compared to the English French and irish crowds,I guess most of them go to Cardiff for the beer. p stani
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