Obama and other world leaders come to South Wales in September as part of the NATO Summit. But here are 10 things that he needs to know before he touches down on Welsh soil.
It’s true. Ok, so we’re run by it, but we’ve still got our own TV channel. Sort of. Both of its viewers would tell you it’s the best TV channel in Wales.
Some of us like to speak it when English people are within earshot. And to confuse matters even worse, some of us even speak half Welsh and half English in the SAME SENTENCE! Some words and phrases even sound the same. ‘Focking dickhead gobshite' sounds the same in Welsh as it does in English. Who knew?
We don’t need to wear crash helmets and we try to make our passages of play last more than 3 seconds. As long as we don’t pass to a back-row forward who will invariably knock-on, we can last it out a bit longer than that.
As much as we’d love to tell you that we do know him, he pissed off to Los Angeles when we all still had black and white tellies. If we do meet you though, we’ll tell you that we do know him – just to keep you happy.
Yep – we even fly to Ireland from it. Once a month. If enough people book to go on it.
We let our fists do all the talking. Less lethal than guns and a lot cheaper too.
Alright, so we’re all called Jones and Williams and Evans. But that doesn’t mean we all go round shagging each other. Not too much anyway.
Yet it’s not vain enough to consider itself the place that all the aliens have to head to when they invade earth in those Armageddon-type Hollywood movies. It has far more class than that. It's not as needy as yours.
...to stop the hen parties getting to you and getting you to pose for a selfie with a giant inflatable cock...It’s true!