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Caught 10 minutes of the documentary about him last night, what an extraordinarily bland and dull man. Is he actually simple? He looks permanently confused. 

 

He really is. He's about as interesting as an open top bus tour of a supermarket car park. Only Beckham rivals him in the dull and boring stakes.

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 Only Beckham rivals him in the dull and boring stakes.

Beckham was on the radio last week with a load of kids in the studio and they were talking about superhero powers, kid asked Beckham if he could have any super power what would he have. He thought about it and said the power to be able to carry on playing football.

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Rye and Giggs could be a cop drama for BBC1. Couple of coppers, set in Manchester, their boss is a cowley type from the professionals (ginsoak obviously). It gets complex because Giggs respects Rye as a cop partner but he's fucking Rye's wife.

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Beckham was on the radio last week with a load of kids in the studio and they were talking about superhero powers, kid asked Beckham if he could have any super power what would he have. He thought about it and said the power to be able to carry on playing football.

Roy Race has beaten him to it.

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That’s pure scumbag behaviour. I despise wife beaters. Bit gutted about Johnny Depp actually as I was a fan. 
not any more 

my favourite actor before him was Kevin Spacey...

not any more

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On 06/06/2014 at 12:54, JohnnyH said:

Dani Behr in the 1990s.  For that alone he deserves some level of credit.

He was certainly punching above his weight with her, now just punching. 

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I love the way tabloids always have to mention the price of houses, cars and how much people earn in these stories.

 

"Ryan Giggs was arrested at his £1.7m mansion in Alderley Edge, he tried to flee tge scene in his £225,000 Bentley. Giggs, who earns £159,000 a week as Wales manager was arrested at Norton Canes service station whilst eating a £1 Mars Bar and a £2.75 Latte"

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8 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

I love the way tabloids always have to mention the price of houses, cars and how much people earn in these stories.

 

"Ryan Giggs was arrested at his £1.7m mansion in Alderley Edge, he tried to flee tge scene in his £225,000 Bentley. Giggs, who earns £159,000 a week as Wales manager was arrested at Norton Canes service station whilst eating a £1 Mars Bar and a £2.75 Latte"

Fuck off, you can't get a Latté for anything less than £5 in the services. Drivers are always hit with rip off prices, suppose it's better than being hit by Giggs. 

 

I await a new advert by his brother. 

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11 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

I love the way tabloids always have to mention the price of houses, cars and how much people earn in these stories.

 

"Ryan Giggs was arrested at his £1.7m mansion in Alderley Edge, he tried to flee tge scene in his £225,000 Bentley. Giggs, who earns £159,000 a week as Wales manager was arrested at Norton Canes service station whilst eating a £1 Mars Bar and a £2.75 Latte"

Even Giggs with all his money was probably disgusted with the price of a Mars Bar. I remember when they were 28p. Maybe that's why he was so angry? 

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2 minutes ago, M_B said:

Bollocks. He's ruining his chances of getting the Utd job. C'mon giggsey lad.

Come on, his beaten at home stats and playing away record speaks for itself. 

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On 07/06/2014 at 03:25, KopOut said:

He was always my favourite of the great train robbers.

 

Oh hang on that was Biggs.

 

He was a mad bastard in the Lethal Weapon films. Hang on, that was Riggs. 

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