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WorthingEagle 14-01-2015 12:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Lombardo 888 (Post 12174028)
It seems to be the fashion these days for football managers to refer to their players as a "group".

Yeah this annoys me as well, I think it was Mourinho who first referred to his squad as 'The Group', now every manager does it. They also all seem to sport the Guardiola 'jumper-over-shirt-and-tie' look.

ChaceTheAce 14-01-2015 12:52 PM

People that post pictures of their food (Usually roast dinner) with the caption "yum" underneath. Literally the majority of people who do it, their dinners look ******* grim. Nothing yum about it. Would rather eat shit.

EagleSE24 14-01-2015 01:06 PM

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Originally Posted by ChaceTheAce (Post 12175976)
People that post pictures of their food (Usually roast dinner) with the caption "yum" underneath. Literally the majority of people who do it, their dinners look ******* grim. Nothing yum about it. Would rather eat shit.

Far more annoying is the caption 'Nom, nom". WTF is that??

Worksop Palace 14-01-2015 01:15 PM

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Originally Posted by ChaceTheAce (Post 12175976)
People that post pictures of their food (Usually roast dinner) with the caption "yum" underneath. Literally the majority of people who do it, their dinners look ******* grim. Nothing yum about it. Would rather eat shit.

Blimey, don't go on the Sunday roast thread then

Skiddo 14-01-2015 07:42 PM

Footballers post match interviews.

Same old shit every time.

"We knew we would be in a for a tough game today. Walsall are good side, they like to play football and it's always a hard place to come to. It's a massive win for us. Hopefully we can kick on from here. We've got Leyton Orient at home next week. They'll be up for it and it's up to us to get out onto the training pitch on Monday and prepare. But today it was all about the 3 points and that was the most important thing. The gaffer told us to go out there and show what we can do. As for my contract running out, I'm not thinking about that at the moment, I'm just gonna let my football do the talking. It's a great club here, the fans are amazing. But like I say, the most important thing is we got the 3 points."

danpalace07 14-01-2015 07:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Skiddo (Post 12176725)
Footballers post match interviews.

Same old shit every time.

"We knew we would be in a for a tough game today. Walsall are good side, they like to play football and it's always a hard place to come to. It's a massive win for us. Hopefully we can kick on from here. We've got Leyton Orient at home next week. They'll be up for it and it's up to us to get out onto the training pitch on Monday and prepare. But today it was all about the 3 points and that was the most important thing. The gaffer told us to go out there and show what we can do. As for my contract running out, I'm not thinking about that at the moment, I'm just gonna let my football do the talking. It's a great club here, the fans are amazing. But like I say, the most important thing is we got the 3 points."

Don't even bother reading player interviews, it's always the same shit

cupid stunt 14-01-2015 08:27 PM

Breathing in peoples chronic halitosis. Even when you think you are at a safe distance, the fumes manage to find their targets.

Chocky 14-01-2015 08:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Skiddo (Post 12176725)
Footballers post match interviews.

Same old shit every time.

"We knew we would be in a for a tough game today. Walsall are good side, they like to play football and it's always a hard place to come to. It's a massive win for us. Hopefully we can kick on from here. We've got Leyton Orient at home next week. They'll be up for it and it's up to us to get out onto the training pitch on Monday and prepare. But today it was all about the 3 points and that was the most important thing. The gaffer told us to go out there and show what we can do. As for my contract running out, I'm not thinking about that at the moment, I'm just gonna let my football do the talking. It's a great club here, the fans are amazing. But like I say, the most important thing is we got the 3 points."

While continually playing with their ears and rubbing the back of their necks.

Chocky 14-01-2015 08:47 PM

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Originally Posted by cupid stunt (Post 12176832)
Breathing in peoples chronic halitosis. Even when you think you are at a safe distance, the fumes manage to find their targets.

The only thing we don't have to endure on the BBS. Although I hear Dave is working on a scratch and sniff upgrade. That should be nice. I could start a beans and egg fart thread.

CT_Palace 14-01-2015 08:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12176872)
The only thing we don't have to endure on the BBS. Although I hear Dave is working on a scratch and sniff upgrade. That should be nice. I could start a beans and egg fart thread.


Only to be trumped by my sprouts thread (did you see what I did there?)

elgin eagle 14-01-2015 08:52 PM

Slush. What a pile of shit that is.

Chocky 14-01-2015 09:01 PM

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Originally Posted by ChaceTheAce (Post 12175976)
People that post pictures of their food (Usually roast dinner) with the caption "yum" underneath. Literally the majority of people who do it, their dinners look ******* grim. Nothing yum about it. Would rather eat shit.

Utter f*ckwits. Perhaps sometimes you're at an amazing restaurant and the presentation of the food looks wonderful and maybe worth a quick snap of it (although I don't, too hungry) but then leave it at that. But no, they have to upload it to bloody Facebook right there and then. Can't it wait you pricks?

Probably do the same thing before sex, waiting there to be noshed off and some tart reaches for her phone, takes a photo, uploads to Facebook with the caption "yum".

Although in my case the caption would be "mmm grated cheese".

cupid stunt 14-01-2015 09:05 PM

"Roast dinner with all the trimmings, nom nom nom"

elgin eagle 14-01-2015 09:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12176894)
Utter f*ckwits. Perhaps sometimes you're at an amazing restaurant and the presentation of the food looks wonderful and maybe worth a quick snap of it (although I don't, too hungry) but then leave it at that. But no, they have to upload it to bloody Facebook right there and then. Can't it wait you pricks?

Probably do the same thing before sex, waiting there to be noshed off and some tart reaches for her phone, takes a photo, uploads to Facebook with the caption "yum".

Although in my case the caption would be "mmm grated cheese".

Or "photoshop" ;)

Skiddo 14-01-2015 10:20 PM

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Originally Posted by cupid stunt (Post 12176907)
"Roast dinner with all the trimmings, nom nom nom"


"Proper munch! Then I'm gonna spend the afternoon having a duvet day watching DVDs and eating loads of chocolate. Diet starts Monday! *insert monkey emoticon covering his eyes*"

Oddjob 15-01-2015 07:39 AM

West Ham

Did Bobby Moore play for them by the way? You think they would have mentioned it once or twice?

ChaceTheAce 15-01-2015 10:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Oddjob (Post 12177307)
West Ham

Did Bobby Moore play for them by the way? You think they would have mentioned it once or twice?

They won the world cup. :angel::moo:

switchboard 15-01-2015 10:30 AM

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Originally Posted by ChaceTheAce (Post 12175976)
People that post pictures of their food (Usually roast dinner) with the caption "yum" underneath. Literally the majority of people who do it, their dinners look ******* grim. Nothing yum about it. Would rather eat shit.

Some of these 'yum' 'lush' meals look disgusting, Iceland must be raking in the cash with all these ready meals.

ChaceTheAce 15-01-2015 10:38 AM

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Originally Posted by switchboard (Post 12177537)
Some of these 'yum' 'lush' meals look disgusting, Iceland must be raking in the cash with all these ready meals.

Worst was Christmas dinner. Yikes. I even saw one with ketchup on it. Disgusting. :hmph:

spike 15-01-2015 10:58 AM

People getting on trains or tubes who either block the exit, or even worse get on before you have had a chance to get off.


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