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The Good Bastards Up Ya’s for a Great 2004

The Good Bastards Up Ya’s for a Great 2004

So you want 2004 to great!! No problem according to Paddy Sweeney from The Most Recent Order Of Good Bastards.

According to Sweeney and his mates it’s a matter of sticking it UP the various bastards that make life miserable. The official list is below.

2004 is gunna be Gtrrrrrreat

Up all the bank manager bastards

Up the politician bastards

Up the politically correct bastards

Up all the do gooder bastards

Up the yippy yappy yuppie bastards

Up all the complaining bastards.

Up all the red tape government bastards

Up the thievin lawyer bastards

Up those arseholes on the roads with the cameras

Up those bastards that don't pay bastards

Up all the terrist bastards

Up all the bastards who tinks dey can ssspells and only have one way of spelin stuff, barstards

Up the yappin Yanks

Up the whinging poms

Up Johnny, saying me bloody prayers here' Wilkinson Bastard

Up every other bastard that makes life difficult for no particular reason.

Up the bloody queen

Up the presedence Bush Bastard

Up John, yes what ever you want George, Howard

Up Helen, stuff you feral bastards, Clark, Bastard

Up Tony BLAH BLAH Blair Bastard

Up Insane Saddam Bastard

Up Omy sick bastard bin larden bastard

Up the lying weather forcastin bastards

Up all the paedophile priest bastards wth a red hot poker up there arses, bastards

Up adam for eatin the fuxen apple, bastard.

Up the NZRU for stuffin up grass roots rugby bastards

Up all dobbin in bastards

Up all the greedy bastards, bastards

Up all the snobby bastards, bastards

Up all the Posh Bastards, bastards.

Up all those bastards that won’t give a hand, bastards

That just leaves us Good Bastards


Paddy and Saint Pam

"IF it Wasn't For Lawyers We Wouldn't Need the Bastards"


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