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  1. 29 points
    Just won my second CAMRA award. Leeds pub of the month for March. Get the fuck in.
  2. 23 points
    Ambulance on the way, I'm coughing blood and feel like shit, lips, nose and throat burning like fuck. Pulse 130 average. Wish me luck guys, stay safe.
  3. 19 points
    The kids asked what was for dinner and I told them “Scraps”. They started crying. Spoiled brats, it’s really hard to find fresh food at the moment due to all the panic buying. And it was a stupid name for a dog anyway.
  4. 19 points
  5. 16 points
    With things being quiet on the footy front at some point soon I'll close the site for a day or two to upgrade the software. Not sure when I'll do it but I'll give you plenty of notice. In terms of content for the subscribers, there's obviously no match reports or round ups on the immediate horizon but I will try to keep the diary going as long as there's stuff to comment on. I want to try and keep giving you value for money though so to replace the match reports I've had an idea. "Time Machine Match Reports" Basically I'm going to do reports on memorable games from the past but I'll be writing them as though I'm there at that time and have no knowledge of what happens over the following years. So, for example. The first one is going to be the 1986 FA Cup Final. I'll be writing a report on that game as though I'm writing it in 1986. Obviously these will be a lot harder to write than current reports because I need to do some research to see what was happening in and around these games as I want to write them in the same style I would do games taking place now. The reports aren't going to be "after ten minutes Dalglish put one on a plate for Rush and we took the lead" as that's not my style. I want to make them as close to how I'd write it normally, so to do that I'll actually need to do some background research. I'd like to do one a week but that might be overly ambitious depending on what resources are available, so in terms of the frequency we'll play that by ear. The biggest complication is that I'll only do reports on games where I have access to the full 90 minutes, but getting the full 90 minutes of old games isn't easy. I've got various cup finals from the 60s, 70s and 80s (ideally I don't want to do anything later than those anyway) and I've got the Forest 5-0, but other than that I'll be struggling so if anyone can point me in the direction of full 90 minute videos then that would be great. I'll hopefully have the first one ready to post in a few days.
  6. 16 points
    Of course it’s a photoshop Who would buy a Coleman scarf?
  7. 16 points
    The Grand Old Team you hear them exclaim. Subsidised tickets to get to the game. The Peoples Club another myth exposed. A decrepit stadium needing to be bulldozed. The Old Lady we are and they say it every day. Pity that team is really Juve. Bitter and Proud their usual retort. While really they’d be better following another sport. Jealous, deluded, nasty and vile. Redshite Murderers their usual bile. They say we’re victims and always to blame. The stuff they come out with puts them to shame. Now I could go on, wax lyrical and bluster. Get wound up and all in a fluster. I reconcile myself with a little ditty. The world is ours, and so is the City. Tony Kirkdale. Aka VD.
  8. 13 points
    Thanks all, and Barry in particular I’m embarrassed to not have known (or at least remember) what you’ve already been through - but delighted to hear its positive. we talked her through it, and she cried with us, but we also giggled at things and laughed at photos her mum showed of when she was a little girl, and then we went through our wedding photos. me and my girl then played in two parks, and we went for tea with my mum and dad and my girlfriend tonight. we just had another little cry together at bed time but then giggled our way through a chapter of Winnie-the-pooh which is one of our favourite books. thanks for all your words.
  9. 12 points
    The guy in my local shop. It was my day off on Friday so I took the kids to school, I called in my local corner shop to try and get some bread and milk but i was in before they had their delivery, the man said it would be about 45 minutes, I said I would try and get back later on. Forgot all about it, went home went out for a few hours on my bike and went back to the shop in the afternoon to get some other bits I needed, unsurprisingly they had no milk or bread left. Went to the counter and the guy popped into the back and came back with a 4 pint of semi skimmed and a wholemeal loaf. Not only did he keep them for me, he remembered what types of milk and bread I usually buy. Not much but it is the little things.
  10. 12 points
    How's about he sells his fucking island and puts the proceeds from that, along with the money he sued the NHS for, into the kitty? Cheeky fucking parasite!
  11. 12 points
    Can’t we just criticise her without the misogynist shit. She’s a dickhead. No need to suggest anything else.
  12. 12 points
    I didn't realise it was actually true about people in Australia being upside down.
  13. 12 points
    Ode to Everton If you were a squirrel, You'd be roadkill Strontium D, 41¼
  14. 12 points
    Merseyside Derby I: Liverpool put out a makeshift team and still net 5 goals, courtesy of their old nemesis, Div! Merseyside Derby II: Liverpool eliminate the blues from the FA Cup with a team of U/23s, a born-and-bred Scouser with a memorable winner. Merseyside Derby III: Liverpool officially seal the title win, breaking a 30-year drought, at Goodison Park? It'd be a boxset to rival the Rocky movies.
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  16. 11 points
    NHS aside, people working in shops. I weigh up if it’s worth the risk of nipping in, grabbing my bits, self serve and tapping the card but these heroes are there working overtime, being moaned at and interacting with hundreds of people a day.
  17. 11 points
    Massive shock to find people wanting state support for them and theirs when misfortune strikes, dressed up as concern for others, having not been quite so forthcoming about other people needing it in the recent past when they weren’t themselves affected. Cunts.
  18. 11 points
    These celebs with the virus that are posting videos probably mean well but they must be completely oblivious to the sheer anxiety and financial implications that this could have on a very high percentage of population. It's easy to be positive when you have enough money to never have to work again. If they really want to help they should be helping people financially, if not shut the fuck up. No one cares about you, when the whole worlds going tits up.
  19. 11 points
    They had a full house for that game when Pele busted his shoulder too. John Wark played in that one.
  20. 11 points
    If this league is voided and for some reason a new season is considered more important than finishing a league that is 75 percent complete then I'm done with football. As soon as it's safe to start a new season it's safe to finish this one first.
  21. 11 points
  22. 11 points
    I'm really gutted for you Bob. Fucking hell. I'm not sure how relevent my advice is, but I'll share anyway. My kids were 7 & 10 when my stuff started. Once I got my terminal prognosis, I wasn't quite sure how to deal with it with the kids. Up till then they just knew I wasn't well and the doctors were trying to find out why. Once it was clear it was cancer and I was stage 4, I obviously had a choice to make on what to tell them. Because they were young, I decided I didn't need to tell them right then how dire the situation was. I just told them I was really ill, but the doctors were going to give me some treatment to improve it. I actually ended up using that line with everyone. It just felt there would be a point when I knew there was nowhere to turn and the fight was done, I could tell them then. As it turns out, I feel I made the right choice because I was lucky and I turned around all the doctors expectations, so I didn't put the kids through unnecessary anguish, almost like they'd need to go through dealing with my death twice. As it turns out up to now, they've not had to deal with it once. But obviously it could have been very different. I don't think there's a right or wrong to this. Everyone's prognosis is different even if it's terminal and all kids will be different (and different ages), so need to be dealt with for your own unique case. The underlying thing for me was never to lie to them, just perhaps only show them as much truth as I absolutely had to.
  23. 10 points
    I had an Asda delivery due last night but they phoned up and said all their drivers are off sick so I could either cancel it or pick it up from Asda in Skelmersdale! Despite the fact I’m more likely to pick up a more deadly disease than Covid-19 simply by being in Skelmersdale I agreed to pick it up. Got there and they’d swapped my three packets of Custard creams for three packets of Fig rolls as they had ran out! @Tony Moanero would have had a heart attack. They also swapped some pasta mug shots for chow mein flavoured noodles. I accepted them and the Fig rolls anyway and went straight into Asda to put them in the food bank. So if you live in Skem and get a packet of Fig rolls after using the food bank I sincerely apologise.
  24. 10 points
    Just been in Tesco at Larkfield, Saw a guy whos trolley was full to the brim with hand sanitizers, baby wipes, toilet roll soaps, everything that people need!! I called him a selfish tw*t gave him a low down about the elderly and mums etc who need these types of things. Told him he should be f*cking ashamed of himself! He said: “that’s all good and well mate but I work here, can I carry on filling the shelves now?” ..
  25. 10 points