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Alfs 3:54 Sat Feb 9
This year's Eurovision entry
Not a bad song, sung and performed very well.

The thing is, the tubby, odd faced bloke with a truly terrible haircut thinks he's got rock star looks.

He hasn't. He's a tubby, odd faced bloke with a truly terrible haircut.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_IcrNgV-O4

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stirlinghammer 9:43 Mon Feb 11
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Why is Eurovision being held in a middle eastern terrorist apartheid state?

what next? They'll be allowing the cunts into European football competitions...

Tomshardware 7:10 Mon Feb 11
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Eerie, odd that it bothers you.

boltkunt 6:21 Mon Feb 11
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Don't forget an ex estate agent...

Eerie Descent 6:18 Mon Feb 11
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She'd probably get involved, if you asked nicely.

3 simple life rules that will never let you down.

Never trust a man that doesn't drink alcohol.

Never trust a man who likes Eurovision.

Never trust a man who's head is bigger than his body.

boltkunt 6:11 Mon Feb 11
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I would say I'll ask your mrs to remove it, but I doubt you've even got one.

Eerie Descent 5:41 Mon Feb 11
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"It's something called entertainment.
To some, well I say some I mean hundreds of millions world wide"



Be careful when you dislodge the pink feather duster from your rectal passage later.

13 Brentford Rd 5:23 Mon Feb 11
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Though all you snowflakes would be boycotting it this year.

boltkunt 5:10 Mon Feb 11
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Mike, AG!!!!!!!

Dr Moose 4:20 Mon Feb 11
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Alfs,

The whole thing is political, the UK got voted down a lot before, you wait till after 29 March!!!!

Takashi Miike 4:18 Mon Feb 11
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dresses like an 80s rockstar? that fat cunt makes Meatloaf look slim

boltkunt 4:17 Mon Feb 11
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The music is shit, but that's the beauty of it.

worm 4:13 Mon Feb 11
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You can call it what you like, Bolty.
I call it fucking shit

boltkunt 4:12 Mon Feb 11
Re: This year's Eurovision entry
It's something called entertainment.

To some, well I say some I mean hundreds of millions world wide.

worm 4:07 Mon Feb 11
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Eerie Descent 4:03 Mon Feb 11

I concur

Eerie Descent 4:03 Mon Feb 11
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You have to ask some serious questions about anyone who gives the slightest fuck about this.

boltkunt 4:02 Mon Feb 11
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Rag and Bone man, in my opinion has an excellent voice and released some brilliant songs.

He dresses like an 80's rockstar, not sure what's weird about that really.

Each to their own I guess.

Robson 3:52 Mon Feb 11
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Look, we're talking about pop music. It's always been an image driven industry. Maybe that has changed in recent years and maybe that should be a thing to celebrate, but I'd still rather see and hear the whole package. Judging an artist on how they look is all part of it. I'm not a judge on The Voice.

boltkunt 3:46 Mon Feb 11
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Don't be a cunt all your life and judge a person on how they look.

Jesus wept.

Robson 3:43 Mon Feb 11
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I wouldn't know about that but he looks like a COMPLETE TWAT.

boltkunt 3:39 Mon Feb 11
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Rag and Bone man is EXCELLENT.

Robson 3:24 Mon Feb 11
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There was a time when you had to have a cool image to be a pop star. Now they just let anyone have a go: Rag n Bone Man, Gregory Porter, Years and Years, DJ Khaled to name but a few.

Glaring hypocrisy from Graham Norton the other day too - spends 5 minutes taking the piss out of all the ridiculous entries over the last few years then says how wonderful it was when the beardy cross-dressing guy won it.

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