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Rob182

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Rob182 last won the day on April 6 2020

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  1. It’s very difficult to discuss these things whilst also remaining respectful for the player, the club and any other people who have been affected by the players actions. On one hand, something has happened, or is rumoured to have happened, and if it’s something so terrible then it will not go away. I know we’re not meant to discuss names of offences on here, but I do sometimes think that such serious disgraces NEED discussing, and that we just face the consequences afterwards. So.. With that in mind… I think everyone needs to know that a certain Everton player has done something utterly disgusting: . … . … . … . … It’s… Dominic Calvert-Lewin. I mean, just look at the state of that outfit. A tiny handbag, dressed like Snoop Dog with a pair of my grandads shoes on. We shall be censored no more! This needs discussing!
  2. We have foxes and badges at the bottom of ours. Not to brag, but we don’t find any dead animals. Just piles of shit.
  3. I reckon, without knowing, you’ve got a really annoying horse laugh or slip out massive rasping farts all the time, something like that, and eventually she just snapped.
  4. I see no issue whatsoever with some guy seeing the vile online abuse people were giving that little crying German girl at the England game and him trying to raise £500 as a token gesture for her parents to get her something. I feel like I’m in the minority here, as I’ve seen so, SO many people on twitter moaning about it (and the fact that it’s ended up at £10k+). One response is “money should be raised for good causes!”... to which my response is, go on then. Start fundraising if you care that much to moan. Another response is “my kid cried at the football, can he have money?!”, and those people are completely missing the point. There’s a big difference between any old forgettable upset kid, and the abuse that this girl got.. being called a “little nazi c-bomb bitch” and other similar stuff all over Facebook and Twitter. If the guy does track down the parents, I’m pretty sure they won’t accept the max amount that it’s reached, and may instead donate it to a charity of their choice.
  5. My mate has just got a new job at Coinbase (crypto currency wallet, for those that don’t know). He doesn’t like the difficult targets at our current place (and tbf, if I was in his role, I wouldn’t like it either. It sounds very tough). He applied for this role a few months back and has got the job. The role sounds very well compensated. He’s currently a grade below me, and on around 7-8k less, but at Coinbase he will be essentially side-stepping into the same role he does currently, but he’ll be getting a 15k payrise, plus £10,000 of Coinbase shares every year, plus a monthly £90 ‘working from home’ allowance, plus a monthly £50 ‘wellness’ allowance (ie: gym membership etc) to spend (or not) on whatever you want, plus it’s completely remote working, so no office at all. It all sounds too good to be true! On the one hand, as they seemingly don’t have/need a local office, the money the company saves on that, they seem to be happy to throw at staff. On the other hand, crypto currency is very volatile, and I would be pretty concerned for my job security if I worked there, as a crash in the market could affect their business drastically, and I feel like all of the remote workers would be the first ones to get the can if they needed to reduce numbers. Anyway, I’m curious to see how he gets on there and if the targets and workload are bad, and if they’re not, I may be tempted to have a look there!
  6. I feel like I’d need a pay increase to be a life changing amount to make me move that far away. I’m talking, an amount that would see me able to live my life significantly more comfortably, whether that be through a better property/ generally better lifestyle etc. In GB terms I think I’d need it to be, maybe, 30k+ more, for example.
  7. Haha I wouldn’t say I’m upset about it It’s just one of those phrases I’ve never been fond of, I don’t know why, I think it seems a bit lah de dah. No need to change it
  8. I think this threads great. The thread name however seems a bit full of itself. Surely “Kids say the funniest things” would have been better?!
  9. I would suggest ‘still a lot of work to be done’ isn’t accurate. I think we’re in a good place, so far, and probably only need one or two more clever additions to really push us fighting for top 7/8.
  10. Looks like Sanson to me
  11. A nice change from a few years back when we had big dickhead Steve laying the table full of biscuits for the Journos
  12. Someone talk to me about Bissouma. Is the that good? I’ve not seen enough of him to understand the hype, in him being worth more than 3 or 4 times what we paid for Nakamba or Luiz.
  13. Well I almost put Roberto Carlos instead, but assumed people would get the point I was making, you cheeky monkey.
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