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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
20%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



Crassus 1:10 Sat Jan 9
Phrases from your childhood
It is of constant amusement to my kids, their pals, now young adults, when I inadvertently drop in a colloquial phrase from my upbringing, even more so at work

Terms seemingly unfamiliar but standard fayre back in the Brampton days

So give me your 'endangered' phrases from a time when we were young and the sun shone - I'll kick off

Face like a smacked arse
Face like a China man's arse
Silly as a sack of arseholes
What a LEMON
About as genuine as a 5 bob note

Oh and referring to %0 new pence as 10 bob always raises a snigger

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arsene york-hunt 10:31 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Me old cocker... Sounds quite rude

COOL HAND LUKE 10:03 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood
"I've heard that duck fart before" (caught out telling porkies)

"Raggedly arsed milestone" (you're looking scruffy / untidy)

COOL HAND LUKE 10:01 Mon Aug 30
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Nurse Ratched 1:20 Sat Jan 9
Re: Phrases from your childhood
**My parents were born in the mid 1920s...*

Eh? You gotta be clocking on a bit then, Nursey? Unless they had you well late in life?

pdcwhu 5:54 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Up da Ra

percyd 7:40 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Does anyone still use "fainites"? Never heard it down under, but everyday use when I was a London sprog.

Mr Logic 6:12 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood

yngwies Cat 7:39 Sun Aug 29

We used to do that at my school, so you'd say no slogs to avoid getting biffed. I still say it sometimes but nobody seems to know what I'm talking about. Where did you go to school

Mr Logic 6:06 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood
I'll give you a bunch of fives

Mr Chocolate 5:09 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Jim'll fix it

legrandefromage 2:47 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood
I should cocoa

Mr Chocolate 2:44 Mon Aug 30
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Lunch time you cunt

only1billybonds 11:01 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Good work FC.

Far Cough 10:53 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
IAN DURY & BLOCKHEADS / FUCKING ADA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kFnHPHBcb4&t=194s

only1billybonds 10:50 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Fucking ada.

I had an aunt ada but i dont think she played a part in the above.

chim chim cha boo 10:42 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
All fur coat and no knickers.

1964 9:01 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Do you want a punch up the bracket.

BRANDED 8:49 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Pint of Best please

Aalborg Hammer 8:02 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
"What's for dinner,Mum?"
"Bread and Pullet" or "Suck it and see"

My Dad would call my Mum "Ducks"

yngwies Cat 7:39 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Slogs (when one passed wind) had to name 3 pubs and whistle (it was the 70s)!when the other person would hit you repeatedly.

Daffy Ducks, instead of punching one would pinch, more for the ladies

Lily Hammer 7:32 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
“Sit and swivel.”

Accompanied by raising the middle digit.

Withamexile 7:16 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
What’s for dinner?

Shit with sugar on

Gary Strodders shank 7:14 Sun Aug 29
Re: Phrases from your childhood
Another one like you son & i could destroy the world
Your as dim as a toc H lamp
As thick as two short planks
Ill knock you into next week
Dont go getting any bright ideas


I didnt shed many tears when the old man passed.

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