WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
27%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
10%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
35%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
22%
  



goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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BRANDED 8:30 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
I think that’s given GO.

Ponce

Yeah. Fucking pooing all over the place for 18 months me. Absolute shitting my self constantly.

Auntie Thermite 5:37 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Branded
Well at least until its official merging with COP26 green agenda is announced

Johnson 5:34 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Does this mean you'll stop shitting yourself about it now, Branded?

Lee Trundle 5:10 Thu Oct 28
Re: I have no idea why Auntie Thermite keeps changing the title of the post when replying
That's good to hear, BRANDED.

BRANDED 5:06 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
All countries to be removed from England's travel red list

That said Covid eventually seems to have dropped off the press radar.

ray winstone 3:54 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
OBR, ONS, Obi Wan fucking Kanobi, who cares, Unicorns!

Johnson 3:02 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Do you mean the OBR and not the ONS, ray?

Mike Oxsaw 3:01 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
These empty shelves due to Brexit...

joyo 2:55 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Sorry Ray you are well wrong, and oddly Block right,covid is the main cause of present problems not Brexit

Block 2:55 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
The same ONS who said wages weren't rising?

That one?

* chuckles *

ray winstone 2:53 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Block, did you read my post? ''Brexit will damage Britain’s economy more than the Covid-19 pandemic''.

From the ONS, not a leftie rag, the ONS.

Block 2:49 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Ray, things are shit because of the pandemic, gas/electric prices are an global issue and inflation was always going to happen with the amount of money that was printed during the furlough days.

ray winstone 2:47 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
In other words, things are shit, but not as shit as we were told they were going to be, just a bit shitty.

ray winstone 2:46 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Block, I'm still searching for the Sunlit Uplands.....

Block 2:44 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
IS this another one of those predictions, Ray?

I mean, the last predictions about Brexit have gone well, haven't they?

Mass Unemployment
Recession
20% reduction in GDP

ray winstone 2:38 Thu Oct 28
Re: Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Brexit will damage Britain’s economy more than the Covid-19 pandemic which plunged the country into three lockdowns, a fiscal watchdog chief has said.

Richard Hughes, chairman of the Office for Budget Responsibility, said it had assumed that leaving the EU would “reduce our long run GDP by around four per cent”.



Another win...

Auntie Thermite 2:31 Thu Oct 28
Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Too much TV

Ever wondered why the whole continent of Africa or India didn't get totally wiped out during this 'pandemic'?

They even changed the name of their titled psyop phase from Indian variant to Delta to try and distract from the fact the 'pandemic' "ripping" through the nation, didn't do anything of the sort.


If I told you the entire borough of Chiswick were going to explode in flames the moment their feet touched the pavement, you could, by suspending all sense of reason, for a week even, consider it to be a possibility, no matter how unlikely it may sound, but eventually, over time... you'd have to come to the conclusion that, perhaps my estimation of spontaneous combustion for all the town was, at best a rather rash and unqualified overestimation, or at worst a cheeky outright lie designed to mislead and trick.

Time will tell, and time has already told you, but until the TV says it's "not okay", you'll be in your blissful revelry chowing down on bugs for breakfast, lunch and tea dodging imaginary invisible particles in the air between each bite, hoping you get enough good boy points on your social credit score to buy a coffee next week.

Auntie Thermite 2:31 Thu Oct 28
Speaking of dribbling screeching spastics
Too much TV

Ever wondered why the whole continent of Africa or India didn't get totally wiped out during this 'pandemic'?

They even changed the name of their titled psyop phase from Indian variant to Delta to try and distract from the fact the 'pandemic' "ripping" through the nation, didn't do anything of the sort.


If I told you the entire borough of Chiswick were going to explode in flames the moment their feet touched the pavement, you could, by suspending all sense of reason, for a week even, consider it to be a possibility, no matter how unlikely it may sound, but eventually, over time... you'd have to come to the conclusion that, perhaps my estimation of spontaneous combustion for all the town was, at best a rather rash and unqualified overestimation, or at worst a cheeky outright lie designed to mislead and trick.

Time will tell, and time has already told you, but until the TV says it's "not okay", you'll be in your blissful revelry chowing down on bugs for breakfast, lunch and tea dodging imaginary invisible particles in the air between each bite, hoping you get enough good boy points on your social credit score to buy a coffee next week.

Johnson 2:25 Thu Oct 28
Re: "Ha ha and I'm the thick cunt" - jooyoo
Yeah nice one Branded, although that's a bit rich coming from someone with the posting style of this fella:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRPcssq-7Us

Too Much Too Young 2:12 Thu Oct 28
Re: "Ha ha and I'm the thick cunt" - jooyoo
claim lies being told by me, when not one word was untrue.

haha, there's a lie right GO, you screeching spunk bubble cunt.

BRANDED 1:46 Thu Oct 28
Re: "Ha ha and I'm the thick cunt" - jooyoo
Ponceson cant really be wrong on anything as he hardly ever states any kind of views. Just hangs around sucking cocks.

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