mrbojangles

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About mrbojangles

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  • Birthday 13/08/1986

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    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    The fact that I am not in the slightest bit bothered with a Villa loss anymore, had this before when we were in the Premier and getting spanked every week. Lost all interest Its now happened again, mathematically we have something to play for but realistically not. Football has not been the be all and all that it used to be for a few years but I am now at the point where I genuinely don't care. I am much more bothered whether my sausages get overcooked on my breakfast, haven't been to a game now in the best part of 3 months and haven't missed it at all. Been to watch my local team a few times and honestly get more enjoyment out of it, its 5 minutes away and considerably cheaper. Hopefully the interest comes back next season
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    WAHEY! It's a JOKE thread : Enter at your own risk.

    seeing as though its Valentines - "If you step on a purple mushroom, you'll be forced to marry the ugliest person in the world," warned the old gnome, so the man continued carefully through the woods. He didn't step on any purple mushrooms. Suddenly a beautiful woman walked up and said: "We have to marry." "Why?" asked the man, smiling. "I just stepped on one of those pesky purple mushrooms!" she replied. Did you hear about the bed bugs who fell in love? They’re getting married in the spring! Jim asked his friend, Tony, whether he had bought his wife anything for Valentine's Day. 'Yes,' came the answer from Tony who was a bit of a chauvinist, 'I've bought her a belt and a bag.' 'That was very kind of you,' Jim added, 'I hope she appreciated the thought.' Tony smiled as he replied, 'So do I, and hopefully the vacuum cleaner will work better now.'
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    General Chat

    i on the odd occasion have handed money over to someone on the streets but not for a long time. Being honest, i don't buy them tea or food or anything. I think the more you see the the more desensitised you become to it. It has now become so normal to be asked and normal to respond sorry I don't have any that i don't even think about it anymore. Whether someone smokes or drinks has no bearing on the situation for me, if they are wearing a Rolex that is a different kettle of fish. The only time I get annoyed is if I am with my lad, he is 5 and frankly I think its a bit bad to be stopping people with kids. I guess it works though as probably tugs at the heartstrings
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    Racism Part two

    This is one i am really divided on but ultimately think it has been blown out of proportion Was what he did wrong? Yes. Was what he said wrong? Again yes. Should he now be ostracised 40 years after the (non) event to the extent he is? Definitely not He was younger and very angry as I am sure we all would be. He knows he was wrong, that's it move on. We have all been irrational and done things in rage and thought after the fact, s**t i shouldn't have done that. If something had happened it would have been a racially motivated attack no question, do I think he is racist? Again no Also don't agree he should be commended for speaking about it either, just put it under Friday's fish and chips and move on. There are plenty of other modern day news stories and bigoted/racist opinions that people can get angry about and actually make a difference
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    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    The guy who sits next to me at work and assumes I struggle with my finances I have just been telling him how I'm going to have a busy couple of months because I'm going to loads of gigs. And I'm going to the races. So he said "You'll need to win at the races to fund all those gigs!" Look mate, i'm an adult and can sort my own finances. I was making small talk to pass the time, the story may be shit but don't criticise my ability to run my finances. What makes it worse the guy is a Villa fan so don't want to annoy him too much Brothers in arms and all that
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    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    I had this with my sister, I donated to her funding page what I would normally spend on a gift and within 2 minutes had a message from her saying "I only set that up for the free £1 they donate, I hope you are still getting me something". No, no i'm not getting you something. It said you were raising money for charity rather than a gift. If you wanted attention on Facebook you should have posted something else or checked into a hospital and put the headline I'm here again :-(
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    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    After reading a couple of comments in this thread I decided to have a gander at the Sherwood thread I can confirm that it also annoys me. Cant stand on topic when we are on a bad run, its all so depressing. so the Sherwood thread gets a vote from me along with Peppa bloody pig
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    All New Funny Pics Thread - Clean Edition

    Maybe Trump saw the episode and thought "yeah let's go with that" rather than the Simpsons correctly predicting 15 years in advance. I think that is the sort of thing Trump would do
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    General Chat

    Toy Story
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    Electronic Cigarettes

    Digging up this old thread. Anyone have any advice on mixing your own liquid? Alternatively any fairly cheap nice fruity tasting ones? Looking at a 50/50 mix or 60/40 in favour of VG around 6-9mg
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    WAHEY! It's a JOKE thread : Enter at your own risk.

    Stayed up all night wondering where the sun went . . . . . . Then it dawned on me
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    WAHEY! It's a JOKE thread : Enter at your own risk.

    Why is Peter Pan always flying? Because he Neverlands
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    Golf: General Chat

    Yeah I play. Only get out for a round every couple of weeks so I am stuck around a 24 handicap. Not official though What about you? I love the nature as much as the golf, green fields makes you feel good. I have hcp 9 atm, will drop when i learn how to shoot straight with my driver. Ever played at the belfry ? No never. I am looking to go, probably next year. I know a couple of people who have corporate there but I am waiting until I can get sub 20 on the Handicap front. Is it a nice course to play?
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    Christian Benteke

    It does yes, with the exception of the likes someone else has mentioned Gerrard, Scholes etc. They play for the club because they loved that club and wouldn't celebrate out of loyalty. On the other side of the coin you get players who have been at a club for a couple of seasons and do the same, you don't owe us anything as you were not here long enough. I just really don't get it. Anyway off topic and my lunch has finished.