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6 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

No need for it, AT ALL. Especially when her son was only making sure everything was alright. It’s not his fault he was making a sandwich when it all kicked off over the road and happened to still have the knife in his hand as he rushed to offer some assistance. 

Everyone uses a bloodstained machete to make a sandwich, totally common practice. 

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I know faceaids can be a right fucking pain there’s always someone on there being a rep whore...


Today is my turn.

The birds lad plays tag rugby for Plymstock Albion U8’s and played in a competition on Sunday run by Exeter Chiefs. 

Whichever side gets the most likes of their photo with the tournaments sponsors banner, will win the opportunity to play at Sandy Park. 

If you’re on fb please like and share this link. 



Thanks in advance. 


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On 02/12/2019 at 14:41, TheHowieLama said:

Our boy is about to get into it 


On 05/12/2019 at 09:44, TheHowieLama said:

This Zuckerberg fella is getting on my tits now


Israeli-based group uses Facebook to spread disinformation to more than a million followers around the world, singling out Muslim US congresswomen

Peter Oborne has tweeted:

“Between 1-4 Dec the Conservatives blasted out 6,749 adds on Facebooks. 88% made claims that had already been classified by @FullFact as misleading. Boris Johnson's Tories are deceiving voters on an industrial scale. NB Facebook allows political lying.”

And also:

“Please feel free to protest against Facebook's policy of publishing political lies. If so write to Facebook’s Vice-President for Global Affairs and Communications, at 1 Rathbone Square, London W1T 1 HQ. His name is Rt Hon Sir Nick Clegg.”

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Just in case you are thinking of checking your news feed I'll save you some time; it is pictures of empty shelves in supermarkets followed by rants saying how stupid everyone is. Every. Single. Fucking. Post.

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2 hours ago, Remmie said:

Just in case you are thinking of checking your news feed I'll save you some time; it is pictures of empty shelves in supermarkets followed by rants saying how stupid everyone is. Every. Single. Fucking. Post.

No doubt thick fucking parents will be on there tonight


"Are the kids in school tomorrow then?"

"erm they made the announcement on BBC news this evening that schools won't be closed"

"Oh I don't know do I Hollyoaks was on" 

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Fucking hell, one of her sons went missing over a week ago, not seen her mention it at all or if he's been found yet. Think it might have been the one who did time.



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18 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

Shouldn’t be too hard to find him if he’s only wearing one shoe. 

Wheezing like I’ve got the dirty COVID here, you cunt.

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In fairness to Hayden, if Amy was my mother I’d probably have done the same. I reckon he’s shacked up in Cindy Sniff’s house.

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