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Peckham 1:58 Wed Mar 18
WHO Gold Historical links to the best threads?
Anyone have any?

I donĀ“t.

But remember some Golden night shift and morning conversations.

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Spandex Sidney 3:23 Fri Mar 20
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I still think we need a pinned memorial to our fallen lads.

I seem to remember HammerHermit and Stomper leaving us?

Plus a section with links to the best threads, back from the time when this place was worth coming to.

Does anyone need a new Facebook friend? Maybe Julia Wright Trapesi might accept!

https://www.facebook.com/julia.trapesi

Joe C 10:33 Thu Mar 19
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Gank vs a Heron

The one where Geedee got called out by Secret Squirrel

Aberdeen Iron 9:32 Thu Mar 19
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Did a nonce not get outted once?

JLAP 12:36 Thu Mar 19
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BillyJenningsBoots 3:40 Wed Mar 18
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What happened to the Bouncy Happy thread...

It got resurrected recently by Irish Hammer in memory of Eddie B.

J.Riddle 11:40 Wed Mar 18
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Is it ok to piss in the sink?

Peckham 11:20 Wed Mar 18
Re: WHO Gold Historical links to the best threads?
Tumbleweed was he Belstaff ?

only1billybonds 11:17 Wed Mar 18
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Jonesy is one funny cunt.,has a way with storytelling.

Peckham 11:09 Wed Mar 18
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VforVendetta yes. ahahahahha That was fucking strange. I remember now.

Thanks Nurse

Nurse Ratched 11:02 Wed Mar 18
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Billy - yeah.

Takashi Miike 10:58 Wed Mar 18
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jonesey and the bird with the colostomy bag was good

Hammer and Pickle 10:58 Wed Mar 18
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Notwithstanding any of that, I still reckon you have a problem m with the old schizophrenia, Batz.

only1billybonds 10:58 Wed Mar 18
Re: WHO Gold Historical links to the best threads?
Was that V for vendetta Nurse?

That whole episode was a bit nuts.

Nurse Ratched 10:57 Wed Mar 18
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VforVendetta, that was. What an absolute cock that bloke was.

Nurse Ratched 10:56 Wed Mar 18
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You were a BIT stoned.

He came on specifically to tell us about his missus being in bed with his best mate, but he wasn't asking for advice - he was boasting about how enlightened he was to allow it. He even took photos of his sleeping missus and mate to prove his story. They were posted on the thread. Much jeering and hilarity ensued. Of course WE were the ones with a problem...

Peckham 10:51 Wed Mar 18
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A fella with a disabled missus, he was downstairs and his mate was in bed with his mrs and he came online asking what to do??? or was I stoned?

Peckham 10:48 Wed Mar 18
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Shame Links were not archived.

There was an era where Block and Hammer and Pickle were civil to each other.

Golden Oldie 5:59 Wed Mar 18
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It only makes sense at a time of manufactured crisis such as this that people will be propagating the old story of the Greek bloke dying, after all it was him that famously once said that if he were reincarnated, he would want to come back as a killer virus to solve the population crisis...

gph 5:38 Wed Mar 18
Re: WHO Gold Historical links to the best threads?
The first thread to mention Prince Philip's rural property purchases?

(I don't mean Philip of Macedonia)

w4hammer 5:29 Wed Mar 18
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someone please find Belstaff's best - the party he went to in battersea where he decked a random someone with a tap he was carrying is WHO GOLD!

Dan M 4:51 Wed Mar 18
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Spandex Sidney 1:59 Wed Mar 18

Skerrit and I went to Paul's memorial in Norwich in my campervan with a West Ham floral tribute bought with donations from here and ITBS. Being a typical West Ham fan story we got lost, arrived as the service finished and ended up leaving the wreath on a bench in the church garden. Eventually we got to the pub where Paul's stepmum had a go at us and Skerrit was lectured to by some bloke high up in the EDL about the fact they weren't hardline enough for him. The leisure battery in my van died on the way back meaning we had no music or heat for the journey.

Looking back we spent a great deal of that day hysterically laughing, of which we're both very certain Paul would have greatly approved.

My family still meet up with his missus and kids whenever they visit the UK.

Son of Sam 4:30 Wed Mar 18
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the Child needed for Ipswich match thread by Magic Mutley

I\\\\\\'ve managed to get 2 adult tickets for the Ipswich match ,i bought a childs ticket at the same time, I had to buy this as they only had family stand tickets left by the time they went on sale to members, im not taking my little nephew as its midweek and the ticket office has told me that Ipswich are very strict on only letting in 2 adults per kid in the family stand, does any body know if this is true or be willing to meet at the ground with a spare kid we can all walk in with? I don\\\\\\'t really want to loiter around the entrance with my mate asking to borrow a kid ! It could be taken the wrong way!
2nd Post - magic mutley 4:42 Thu Jan 12

Re: Child needed for Ipswich match

You can have the kid straight back once were in, i don\\\\\\'t see the problem? If you have 2 kids going you can have 4 adults walk in, so if you have 2 kids stop hogging them and lend us one please.

You couldnt make this up

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