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  1. I now have 2 Grandchildren as of 25 minutes ago Little chap is OK and in Perth, Australia. My Mrs is there also.
    20 points
  2. Don't get @bickster started on lettuce... that's just the tip of the iceberg.
    12 points
  3. I had never met this guy before but I enjoyed it. 7/10.
    9 points
  4. The bad faith of Conservatives this morning is simply astonishing. I mean, get a load of this: 'They're being treated terribly'! How on Earth did that happen, Nick? Don't you want to stand up for your own policies? Yes, Priti, what 'an appalling situation'! How did we get here? (https://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/24778/priti_patel/witham/votes) It really is a mystery isn't it. Would take a real Sherlock Holmes to figure this one out. Everywhere you look, people are trying new tactics: 'Fiasco'. 'Cock-ups'. Anything to avoid having to admit that this was government policy. They're going to try and take this 'it's all the fault of low-level functionaries in the civil service' line (also known as the 'the empress can't fail, she can only be failed' line) as far as they can. Don't let them. This has been their policy for eight years, through two acts of Parliament, and May - personally - was the architect. Don't let them off the hook; make them face the consequences of their actions.
    8 points
  5. 7 points
  6. Three tortoises, Mick, Tumble and Paddy, decide to go on a picnic. So Mick packs the picnic basket with beer and sandwiches. The trouble is the picnic site is ten miles away so it takes them ten days to get there. When they get there Mick unpacks the food and beer. "Ok Give me the bottle opener." "I didn't bring it," says Tumble. "I thought you packed it." Mick gets worried, He turns to Paddy, "Did you bring the bottle opener??" Naturally, Paddy didn't bring it. So they're stuck ten miles from Home without a bottle opener. Mick and Tumble beg Paddy to go back for It, but he refuses as he says they will eat all the sandwiches. After two hours, and after they have sworn on their tortoise lives that they will not eat the sandwiches, he finally agrees. So Paddy sets off down the road at a steady pace. Twenty days pass and he still isn't back and Mick and Tumble are starving, but a promise is a promise. Another five days and he still isn't back, but a promise is a promise. Finally, they can't take it any longer so they take out a Sandwich each, and just as they are about to eat it, Paddy pops up from behind a rock and shouts........ "I KNEW IT!......I'M NOT GOING!" Look at his rubber sword bending on the frame.
    6 points
  7. 3pm on a Saturday. What a stupid time for a kick off. The game’s gone.
    5 points
  8. 4 points
  9. I made you this to help with the conscious uncoupling.
    4 points
  10. Wait until you find out who is the President of the US.....
    4 points
  11. I think it's more the point that regardless of how well/badly they play, he says the same thing. It's not out of the ordinary to expect someone (particularly that teams manager) to mention points that aren't clearly optimistic. It makes you look deluded if you keep losing, but keep saying positive things. Accept that bad things are happening, and just explain that you're working hard towards them and you've seen improvement. It's management 101. Acknowledge bad things, but put a positive spin on it. But he's with the fairies if he thinks they've played really well.. Oh well, you've just lost 10 games or whatever on the bounce.
    4 points
  12. You'd love the burger I had today. It's wrapped in lettuce instead of a bun.
    3 points
  13. It's a tiny logo on the back actually, but tell me more about how vegans don't stfu in a discussion about a vegan product that wasn't started by one!
    3 points
  14. No one mentioned Martin Laursen?
    3 points
  15. You’re not going to believe this lads. I successfully made my sandwiches for work this morning, they fit in the box and everything. Get this, I’ve just realised I forgot to bloody eat them! I went and bought a jacket potato!!
    3 points
  16. And what is this so called premier league experience you refer to ??? Do you mean having the advantage of having Paul lamberts premier league experience or Alan Pardews premier league experience . See all there so called premier league experience has worked out well for there respective clubs this season . Think people get to caught up with all this if you have no experience of the league your doomed to fail . It's the same deluded thinking that keeps the hire and fire manager sack circle going round and round in the premier league .
    3 points
  17. She won't be able to manage them all hush my mouth!
    3 points
  18. Can’t see him being sold as Villa will go up through the playoffs and then the Premiership team will be built around him.
    3 points
  19. Mission accomplished at Blackburn - 1-0 Lyden
    3 points
  20. This thread.......
    3 points
  21. Cardiff and Fulham lose all their games, we win all ours. Wolves get docked 20 points for breaking FFP rules. We could still be champions...don't lose hope! Oh, and England will win the World Cup. Wow these new antidepressants I'm taking are great!
    3 points
  22. Are you serious? If Cardiff win one, draw two and lose one And Fulham win one, draw one and lose one And we win our final three games, then we go up automatically. Whats so far fetched about that? Unlikely, I agree, but you dont give up now.
    3 points
  23. Looks like a handicapped Cabbage Patch Kid.
    2 points
  24. I'm shell-shocked at this turtlely bad pun!
    2 points
  25. CARLES. GIL. AMIRITE?
    2 points
  26. God, yeah, you'd have to be a real plonker to sign your name to that sort of opinion. Speaking of which . . .
    2 points
  27. By who? Over excited Villa fans on VT or a general consensus? He's a limited midfielder who does well at Championship level and has a good shot on him. I'm not sure that's underrating him, either.
    2 points
  28. Do you pronounce that renaissance or renaissance? I say renaissance.
    2 points
  29. Just watched some idiots on ITV news claim that Assad is a good man, with elements like that in the stop the war movement it'd be hard to want to associate with it.
    2 points
  30. I'm with you 100%. Just because something is unlikely to happen, doesn't mean you stop believing that it can, or playing like it can. All you can do is keep winning your games, and far stranger things have happened in sport. The rest will take care of itself. We know we're playoffs at a minimum. May aswell get the momentum up and keep the pressure on.
    2 points
  31. @omariqy As I mentioned before Uniqlo were looking at opportunities in football 18months or so ago.... Superdry have big plans for their Sportswear brand spin-off.... However personally I reckon we will go in-house and produce our own branded kit maybe under Recon Sport..
    2 points
  32. It's almost like it was nothing personal, and was an owner mandated decision to alienate the highest earners.
    2 points
  33. Would loves us to go for Sergi Canos if we are still in this league. Looks a player and would probably cost about 5M.
    2 points
  34. It applies to me as well, although for different reasons to Bickster.
    2 points
  35. Shit finds its own level
    2 points
  36. I agree this probably is one for the relationship thread but I see any debt my missus has as my debt anyway. You'd have to be in a pretty unsteady relationship or un-trusting one to not be comfortable taking on your partners debt especially in this instance where you can help save her, and I guess therefore ultimately both of you, a fair amount of money. I do come at this though as someone who has been with my wife for almost 21 years and have never doubted we will be together until one of us pops our clogs so in terms of our finances we have always just seen whatever money we have is both of ours regardless of who earns what and the same goes for any debts.
    2 points
  37. The problem with this government, is that we get the government we vote for. From ukip to the DUP to the tories to brexit, there's a lot of gammon and a lot of I'm not a racist...but, in this country. We've somehow got ourselves confused angry and bitter, and just like that dick that owns Wetherpoons, we just want it to go back to what it was like before. Except of course, it never was. It's quite quite sad, but in the light of this nasty little government 'sending people back' I doubt very much it would impact on an election result tomorrow. Just like bombing Syria without a plan won't impact an election result. Just like triggering brexit without a plan won't impact an election result. As a nation we have a disconnection between what we know we should say, and how we individually act. From plastic bags, to british food, to the treatment of our neighbours, to the welcome of genuine refugees. We get the government and opposition we deserve. We must be a right bunch of shits.
    2 points
  38. Oh man, thought I was being clever. Well there you go, there's the third thing, being humiliated on the internet.
    2 points
  39. http://the.48andbeyond.co.uk/2018/02/why-brexit-will-devastate-uk.html?m=1 A bit of a sad read. Still, I'm sure that there's a good reason to do all this. Somebody must think of one eventually.
    2 points
  40. I'm 26. Just going back 5 years, I'd say Gestede, Holt, Delfouneso, Bowery, and Helenius have been worse than both Davis and Hogan.
    2 points
  41. Pace. Pace. Pace. If we don't go up two flying fullbacks are hopefully knocking around available on loan. We lack pace. It is our biggest downfall.
    2 points
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