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  1. think we need to start making some amends here - starting with this
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  2. Right, it's quite simple and despite your views and beliefs, you're clearly an intelligent chap. You make it quite clear that football shouldn't be politicised but then moan that a player doesn't wear a poppy and bring up a bombing that happened over 25 years ago. ... and with regards to "political bullshit" detracting from the football, well, for the vast majority it hasn't detracted from the football one little bit. Making a stand/comments about a country that puts gays in prison AND enjoying the football is possible. The only people for whom the "political bullshit" is detracting from the football is those of a certain vintage with views that belong in a bygone era. I just can't imagine being so small/narrow minded where something such as players taking the knee would ruin my day.
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  3. Are you a geography teacher by any chance?
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  4. I've loved every minute of my 64+ years, long may it continue
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  5. Our Peg was mithering for a Shark. I said theres no fucking way she's spending that amount on a hoover as there was nothing wrong with the one she had. It got a little heated. She was at the top of the stairs and fucking threw it at me then shouted well its fucked now eh. She bought a Shark. I no longer voice my opinion about these things
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  6. Raphina - Leeds - He plays for Barcelona, and has done for almost 6 months!! Richarlison - second choice behind Kane - Spurs play a front 3 and Richarlison plays eaither side of Kane. Fred - shit - Done well for the new manager. Casemiro - hardly shone with United and on the wane, hence Real letting him go - Done brilliant since coming to United, one of the BEST in his postion in the world...dont let the United hatred get on the way of that!!! Silva - great in his day but way past his best - Chelseas best defender by an absolute mile and top 5 defenders in the prem. Along with 2 of the best 5 keepers in the world, another top 10 in world Centre back, and Real Madrids best 2 attackers.....
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  7. Tell the world you don't watch anything other than your own team, without telling us...... Like football twitter on here with the amount of clueless shite spouted...
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  8. Teen years - finding women, beer, lads holidays, Wanderers were amazing, starting work but still having the luxury of living at the parents, passing your driving test, getting your first car (and insurance and petrol you could afford), etc etc etc If you didn’t like your teens it was deffo because you were fingered off your geography teacher.
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  9. After trying Dyson Animals, Sharks and a host of other shite we are back on a plug in Henry. If you actually need your hoover to pick stuck up theres no substitute.
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  10. Well, unlucky Compo. You've had your pick of Governments over the last decade and a half, plus your beloved Brexit and all the promises that came with that, yet it's still 2022 in Britain. There's no going back. You'll just have to suck it up.
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  11. https://www.mumsnet.com/swearsby/best-robot-vacuum-cleaners
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  12. NiC, you’re fathers fully entitled to his opinion just as I am to mine. We may not have had central heating but we didn’t miss it and we didn’t have the massive energy bills we now have. Anybody working could afford a house on one wage, there was a respect for law and order, no drug gangs, murder was a rare event, hospitals were run properly, schools taught you how to spell and add up properly. Strikes were something you did with a match and footballers were normal people. There are so many ways that life was simpler and better then and it’s sad really that you’ll never experience it. If I could wish one thing for my grandchildren it would be that they could grow up in the times I did when they wouldn’t be threatened by so many of the things which affect lives now. Yes life in many ways is easier now but the quality of life can never compete.
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  13. Utter codswallop. My Dad was born in 48, and as he always says, anyone who tells you things were better in the old days is talking crap. I'd love you to define better. Maybe it was the lower life expectancy? The unaddressed levels of inequality? Lack of central heating in most homes? Illegal abortions? The lack of an equal equalities act? Less chance of progression? Myopic, backward looking nonsense from people who don't see what damage they have wrought on our country by being led up the garden path by successive governments just leaves me aghast. Housing has got tit all to do with immigration, doctor's appoitments (or lack therefore) have got tit all to do with immigration. Its this over-simplification of blaming the smallest numbers of the poorest people for a country's ills that beggers belief and that people propogate this myth because they are too entrenched and lack to be honest, the desire, to understand the issue further. I'd love to live in a world where everything was so easily explained away and I could sit on my high horse pontificating. Worse than Bolty in that,this fella thinks he's spot on.
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  14. The 90’s shits all over any of that.
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  15. You can find faults in almost all the teams who have played twice so far, but Brazil have yet to concede a shot for Alisson to make, form can change over the course of 1 match as seen with England, but Brazil along with Spain and France have been the stand outs so far for me. France are winning with key players injured but Mbappe can beat teams on his own it seems, Spain are playing really nice but Germany had their moments, Portugal have 2 wins, but as seen with how they nearly blew a 3-1 lead to Ghana (crazy moment from goalie) they shouldn't be feared. tbh there's a not really anyone to fear for England, as upfront we have just as much talent, but play like we did v USA and we ain't winning nothing.
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  16. I'd do some proper good fingering second time round I reckon
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  17. Exactly, massive contenders in my opinion.
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  18. Not with that cunt up top. You can't be carrying a CF every game, no matter how good he has been in the past. So far all he's done is score a penalty he dived for, tried nicking someone else's goal and dived around a bit. Whoever wins this tournament will have a striker who troubles defenders.
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  19. Aye SJM scored didn't he?
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  20. Wales will be bang at it early on.... Henderson will be in for his leadership & game management.... Bellingham whilst a fine talent is still a kid & needs to be protected & we are to all intents qualified. Hope this helps..... and I'm not Southgates greatest fan.
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  21. You forgot the Corn Laws and Window Tax
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  22. nah, she's shite at stuff like that she used to work on a cruise ship and had her own cabin this meant she could leave it in a right state every day, and when she finished work, she'd go back to the cabin and find it spotless i'm sure she thinks she still works on ships she serves other purposes, but cleaning the house to an acceptable standard isn't one of them plus I'm a modern man
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  23. 80s will do for me, that way when the kids get home from school they can play out till bed time.
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  24. You’ve said here that you have a missus. Your hoovering solution is therefore quite literally staring you in the face, if you catch my drift you fucking great woofter
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  25. This one has been working well for me Just make sure there’s nowt like iPhone cables left hanging out of a plug socket as they love chewing them
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  26. I've been looking at getting one as well, as we have all wooden floors through the downstairs, and they do get pretty dusty inbetween the cleaners intermittant visits (she seems to come and go as she pleases at the minute) Anyway, my mate has this one: eufy by Anker RoboVac G30 Edge Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Smart Dynamic Navigation 2.0, 2000Pa Suction, Wi-Fi, Boundary Strips, For Carpets and Hard Floors. : Amazon.co.uk: Home & Kitchen and he reckons it's excellent. I've seen it wandering around his house, and I've never seen it stick anywhere. It's quite nifty how it decides when it needs to charge up, and then goes back "home" to do so Edit: Just seen there's £100 off voucher at present, so I'll probably invest this evening
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  27. He does! Him and Murphy trying to be the new Lawrenson
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  28. How did you cope when they started putting toilets indoors and colour TVs were introduced ?
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  29. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jarrow_March https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winter_of_Discontent https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three-Day_Week rose tinted glasses ?
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  30. What a steaming pile of unadulterated pissfroth.
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  31. There’s been some cracking headers in this World Cup - feels like a forgotten art seeing a ball whipped in and a towering header
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  32. Forgot to add that’s obviously minus your 12 welders @Spider
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  33. When are you actually going to read a post before replying with your usual stupid one liners? I said MAINLY through immigration though I know you don’t like to get involved with facts. Population in 2001 59m population 2021 69m. That was 10 million difference when I was at school.
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  34. Only when we don't win.
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  35. It means blessing or fortune, and it’s written upside down to say that it’s arrived Happy to help
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  36. Being Brexit positive is like being HIV positive - there's no cure for either but if you take the medicine it can slow down the progression of the disease a bit and prolong life expectancy for a little while
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  37. I read that to lessen collusion (3 team groups and Disgrace of Gijon) they are ensuring draws don't happen so penalty shoot deciding matches drawn after 90 mins! But did also read that 12 groups of 4 still a possibility. Which asks the question, would the next stage be a knockout round of 16 or 32.
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  38. That is making me chuckle at the moment. So basically it seems that now, if you point out anything that might be going wrong with the country, on any level, about anything, at any time you'll struggle to raise your lump of a body out of bed. Seems reasonable.
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  39. I know, shocking. He didn’t even paint in Rice’n’Easy or the Lifeline kiosk near the corner of Manny Road South and the Lever End. Amatuer
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  40. You must have an impressive CV sir. Never quite 'got' art. Fair play to those who get hard for it but for me art involves either the female form or the artistry displayed on a 136 yards long x 93 yards wide flat grass surface. (Cue the resident theatrical thrustor)
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  41. 80 games next time round instead of the 64 we have currently. Yay. 🤢
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  42. Never ever be shocked my friend. Some halfwits buy white poppies.
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  43. thank god that circus is over no doubt he's won our country full of thickos over by eating kangaroo balls
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  44. WW resident serial killer reveals himself 🙂
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  45. At least your vote this time didnt lead to a full blown economic depression. Up the Gerodie Lezzers
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  46. Hoping to be first game back since Lincoln, buzzing for it. 2-0 win Morley and Dapo
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  47. I tried to upload this photo a couple of weeks ago but it kept flipping as mirror image. I think I may have sorted it now, no idea how. Won't know until I upload. Anyway, I was in a Chinese restaurant in Southampton a couple of weeks ago and the partition between tables was ironwork in a fancy Chinese style. It was only when I looked more closely it reminded me of something. I showed the manageress a copy of our Club badge and she laughed and said their logo had no real meaning just a pattern. Go look for yourselves, it's just down the road.
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  49. anyone up for meeting in Eccles early doors? take them by surprise
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