Oh to slap an englishman.
And some welsh people show no racism towards the english?
I lived in wales for a number of years working on building sites. If I didn't want to be the butt of racist jokes (in english and welsh language) then I just made out I was born in wales to welsh parents who left wales when I was a baby. I was then accepted as one of them, no more offensive jokes or violence.
I remember seeing an ad for the six nations rugby that featured an englishman as the butt of a racist joke on S4C. Had the ad been turned around to feature a welshman as the butt of the joke and shown in england there would have been understandable outrage at the ad and heads would have rolled.
Although I was offended by the ad it was actually quite funny!
And the Ad?
Can't remember it exactly now, but there are 4 people on a train: 2 ladies, one welshman and one englishman.
The train goes through a tunnel and the welshman slaps the englishman. As the train leaves the tunnel, the englishman is rubbing his face wondering if he had done anything to offend the girls.
The commentary exposes the welshman's thoughts and he is surmising what each of the other characters is thinking. Then finally turning to his own thoughts he 'says':
...and as for me, I can't wait till the next tunnel.
(so violence towards englishmen is both acceptable and funny!)
Where's the best place to shag a sheep?
On the edge of a cliff as they push back harder.