WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 Wolves (a)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, win
15%
  
b.Wolves will be tougher than the rent boys but I think we can grind it out, draw
23%
  
c. We rarely follow up a win with anything and Wednesday will be no different, lose
42%
  
d.The poll's back and everything is rosy, I've missed you old friend
7%
  
e. Well how's your luck this one is on Amazon Prime and I subscribe along with SKY, BT & Netflix I've got all bases covered, it may be cheaper to buy a ST but then I'd have to get out of the armchair, WHU through & through me
13%
  



Admiral Lard 5:22 Mon Sep 2
A general questions thread.
I think this would be useful for fellow users to ask questions about the club, players, fans, journeys or any other stuff that does not require a thread of it's own.

Hopefully the mods will pin this up for anyone to use

My example is;

Does anyone know the extent of Antonio's injury currently?

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gph 1:22 Thu Sep 26
Re: A general questions thread.
Aren't web pages cached, so the number of mere views shouldn't make much difference?

And these hypothetical visitors from other clubs rarely post

Spandex Sidney 12:18 Thu Sep 26
Re: A general questions thread.
gph 11:56 Wed Sep 25
Re: A general questions thread.
Why does WHO fall over when we have a poor result, but never when we have a good one?


Because we get loads of opposition supporters coming over to laugh at us. We do it to them, The Fighting Cock forum was full of hammers reading their tears last night. And tonight they come over here to read ours.

gph 11:56 Wed Sep 25
Re: A general questions thread.
Why does WHO fall over when we have a poor result, but never when we have a good one?

Far East Hammer 8:25 Fri Sep 20
Re: A general questions thread.

mashed in maryland 8:02 Sun Sep 8
Hermit Road 12:07 Fri Sep 20

I boycotted Samsung for years for the same reason. Then a year or two back my daughter asked me if I'd realised Samsung hadn't been involved with Chelsea for yonks!

Fortunes Hiding 1:23 Fri Sep 20
Re: A general questions thread.
I stopped drinking Holstein pils when they sponsored spurs.

Hermit Road 12:07 Fri Sep 20
Re: A general questions thread.
mashed in maryland 8:02 Sun Sep 8

Could have been me. I boycotted Samsung on the back of their chelsea sponsorship. They cancelled it not long after so that worked a treat.

gph 12:02 Fri Sep 20
Re: A general questions thread.
We've already got an equivalent - Wiki

For example:

"[Twain] recounts a practical joke a friend played on a revival preacher when Twain was an apprentice in a printing shop that Alexander Campbell, a famous evangelist then visiting Hannibal, hired to print a pamphlet of his sermon. While checking the galleys, Twain's fellow apprentice, Wales McCormick, found he had to make room for some dropped words, which he managed by shortening Jesus Christ on the same line to J. C. As soon as Campbell had read the proofs, he swept indignantly into the shop and commanded McCormick, "So long as you live, don't you ever diminish the Savior's name again. Put it all in." The puckish McCormick obeyed, and then some: he set Jesus H. Christ and printed up all the pamphlets."

And

"Using the name of Jesus Christ as an oath has been common for many centuries. But the precise origins of the letter H in the expression Jesus H. Christ are obscure. While many explanations have been proposed, the most widely accepted derivation is from the divine monogram of Christian symbolism. The symbol, derived from the first three letters of the Greek name of Jesus (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ), is transliterated iota-eta-sigma, which can look like IHS, ΙΗϹ (with lunate sigma), JHS or JHC ("J" was historically a mere variant of "I"; see J).

"For how this learned-sounding abbreviation could have served as the basis for vulgar slang, Smith offers the hypothesis that it was noticed by ordinary people when it was worn as a decoration on the vestments of Anglican (i.e., in America, Episcopal) clergy. The "JHC" variant would particularly invite interpretation of the "H" as part of a name.""

And more at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_H._Christ

, 11:47 Thu Sep 19
Re: A general questions thread.
We clearly need a general answers thread.

yngwies Cat 11:45 Thu Sep 19
Re: A general questions thread.
Would you eventually explode if you held in every fart?

gph 11:24 Thu Sep 19
Re: A general questions thread.
What does the H in "Jesus H Christ!" stand for?

BRANDED 11:16 Tue Sep 10
Re: A general questions thread.
Digital cameras killed them off.

Lovejoy 11:08 Tue Sep 10
Re: A general questions thread.
What does everyone think about Kojak?

Moncurs Putting Iron 10:42 Tue Sep 10
Re: A general questions thread.
Who is your Favourite General, Admiral?

BRANDED 10:41 Tue Sep 10
Re: A general questions thread.
Do farts generally rise making the ability to fart on you incredibly challenging?

Far Cough 10:40 Tue Sep 10
Re: A general questions thread.
Alfred Hitchcock

Vera Lynn

BRANDED 10:39 Tue Sep 10
Re: A general questions thread.
Fart?

Nutsin 7:07 Tue Sep 10
Re: A general questions thread.
Would you let Sara Palin fart on you?

Darlo Debs 2:02 Tue Sep 10
Re: A general questions thread.
i take your Kris Akabusi and raise you Nannette Newman

geoffpikey 9:59 Sun Sep 8
Re: A general questions thread.
Is this thread becoming WHO's most random ever?

WHO is your favourite "celebrity" West Ham United fan? (No players allowed.)

I'll chuck in Kriss Akabusi as a starter off the blocks. Lad!

Hello Mrs. Jones 8:49 Sun Sep 8
Re: A general questions thread.
I have a question to the mods.

Have you ever considered having a general questions thread?

ironsofcanada 8:13 Sun Sep 8
Re: A general questions thread.
Browno22 8:09 Sun Sep 8

If it wasn't our club finances falling apart again, that would be a fairly funny episode.

Especially when they sold the rest of the shirts with some huge thick claret iron-on over top.

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