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%
  



yngwies Cat 1:57 Thu Sep 9
How is Who perceived by others?
I'm curious

A dodgy flat roofed boozer on the edge of an estate that stinks of piss (hot)

Or a place of intellectuals where one would leave , feeling glad they paid a visit?

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Wils 12:47 Fri Sep 10
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
dealcanvey wrote...

"Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Middle-upper class.

Lots of people on six figure salary’s."

Six-figure salaries earned on Roman Road market judging by the grocer's apostrophe.

dealcanvey 11:16 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Middle-upper class.

Lots of people on six figure salary’s.

riosleftsock 11:13 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Nonsense Pickle, there's loads of Poles round there, I had quite a few work with me and went for drinks with.

Hammer and Pickle 10:59 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Liverpool Street and the City was always for London types round my way.

riosleftsock 10:58 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Liverpool Street has always been south of the river Tyne. Not so sure about the Thames though.

Hammer and Pickle 10:56 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
I'm comfortable there are still loads of pubs like that south of the river and indeed all over the country.

riosleftsock 10:52 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
WIls described the Kings Arms behind Liverpool Street - an old favourite of mine, haven't been for a few years.

Hammer and Pickle 10:51 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
That's a nice piece of writing Wils.

Wils 10:49 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Got no idea what others think but it's a very real place compared to other sites. People can be awful and no one steps in to say "you can't say that". I am sure this site has the most uses of the word "cunt" anywhere on the internet.

I would say it's like an old city pub that hasn't been gentrified. You might take the missus to eat elsewhere, but always fancy a weeknight watching the footy in this place. No gastro food, the carpet is sticky and language foul. The air is a mix of alcohol and farts. You don't even like most of the regulars but are resigned to the fact that we only have each other.

Nutsin 9:39 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Mim

I think you are talking about Sparrows

mashed in maryland 9:34 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Was that the pub in the shopping centre?

Nutsin 9:19 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Sounds a bit like the Bakers arms in Stratford.

Use to go their on Sunday, they use to bring out free grub and closed the curtains for after hours. This was back in the day when pubs closed Sunday afternoon. Wasn’t a bad spot for a game of darts and an all day session.

Then we’d go to Allilees in Ilford for a Sunday night sesh!

Still miss the boxing at Kings in Seven kings though. Use to have a laugh there!

Westham67 9:00 Thu Sep 9
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It reminds me of me of my local boozer going back to the mid 80s and nothing changed much over 20 years, All ages got on well. The blokes a bit older than me and my mates their council houses were all Torys called me a communist all banter every night and on a Saturday and Sunday daytime. I can recall a couple of rows in there, There was and old boy called Tom who drunk Stingo (Barley wine) he used to take his shirt off and offer everyone out after a couple. He was in the pool team and at away games we used to let play first and then call him a taxi back to our boozer.

bruuuno 8:50 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
:-)

Nurse Ratched 8:43 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
...or your mental fortitude.

bruuuno 8:41 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
I didn’t answer the op as there are no others, this place is a backwater of the internet

bruuuno 8:35 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
I consider my continued use of WHO over the last 18 years to be a manifestation of my mental problems.

At least I’m honest!

Bungo 8:32 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
White Pony 5:52 Thu Sep 9

It's true.

I used to C&P some of the funnier comments from the Covid thread and email them to a few colleagues and some medics I know for their amusement. One who had looked at the site directly said to me with genuine puzzlement, ‘why exactly do you participate in this?’

I have to say, I really couldn’t come up with an answer.

VirginiaHam 8:18 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
It's the only site I know where you can call someone a cunt and no-one cares.

Alwaysaniron 8:16 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?


It is the council estate we all grew up on!

Woden 7:50 Thu Sep 9
Re: How is Who perceived by others?
Turned to shit after the 2006-2007.

Has always been aggressive but with a sense of humour which has niw gone. I think posters were more open with funny anicdotes but probably people are more of that now due to the wankers on here.

Lets take H&P and the karate instrutor. A fun story and probably due a bit oif stick and banter at the time but ffs it's like over 10 years and still wanker posters bring it up.

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