Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by Gatoelho, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. Gatoelho

    Gatoelho Guest

    Yes... 'Troglodyte' is the word that a brazillian sports "reporter" used to define our sport.

    When posting the image

    He said (free translation):
    "In the mid-season of European Winter, in the britanic city of Leicester, this rugby match seem to be on real fire. The cloud is made by the heat of breathing and body of the players. A great moment to one of the most troglodyte sports today"

    The president of Desterro Rugby Club, from Florianopolis, mailed the journal (one of the biggest in the state) in order to correct this.

    Anyway, it's sad how people write about us without even know what we do.;modovisual=
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  3. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Maybe someone should mail that reporter a picture of Brazillian men wearing ladies thongs :p

    That'll probabbly buck his ideas up.
  4. blimey...
    what's troglodyte??? :p
  5. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Well, in Dungeons & Dragons, Troglodytes are smelly lizards.
  6. well he was describing leicester rugby....fair nuff
  7. Gatoelho

    Gatoelho Guest

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