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Serious question - as Japan has serious cultural problems regarding Tattoos; what are the implications for the RWC. The south-sea islanders have tattoos as part of their culture as do the Maoris, to which you can add certain English, Aussie and Kiwi players. There's even the odd Irish player.
From the rolling glens of Antrim through the hills of Donegal we will stand and shout for Ulster as we win both scrum and maul from the lovely lakes of Fermanagh tae the shores of ould Lough Gall we will scream and shout for Ulster as we beat them one and all!
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Long sleeves to cover the legs ....Rooster wrote:There was talk of sleeves to cover them up
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I never knew this was the case. I also find them disgusting but it doesn't put me off watching sport.Setanta wrote:Serious question - as Japan has serious cultural problems regarding Tattoos
In soccer James McClean has his skinny arms covered in tattoos, looks a right show, like some kid who's scrawled biro all over himself.
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Beware of tattooed men with missing pinky fingers in JapanNeill_M wrote:In Japan, tattoos have long been associated with the notorious yakuza crime syndicates.
“That made me feel very special and underlined to me that Ulster is more than a team, it is a community and a rugby family"
Could end up swimming with the fishes so to speakRooster wrote:Beware of tattooed men with missing pinky fingers in JapanNeill_M wrote:In Japan, tattoos have long been associated with the notorious yakuza crime syndicates.