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    The photo thread

    Nantwich Nige.
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    New Foo Fighters album

    Foo Fighters documentary on bbc 2 now; followed by a live performance.
  3. She does. Though ever since her mum and dad told her the day before her 21st birthday they were splitting up, her relationship with her mum wasn't the same. Would you believe her mum had been cheating on her dad for years? Caused endless arguments it did.
  4. Yes. How could she be so cruel. She also said she was 30 knocking 27 years off her actual age, amongst other things. Heartless bitch.
  5. I'd been looking forward to a trip to New York with the missus for ages, never been before you see, I told everyone I knew I was going and then she jibbed me just before we were due to go. It had all been paid for by her dad as well. Oh, and she had a cock also, but that didn't upset me as much as the New York trip being cancelled. * sobs *
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    Breaking up with someone

    Good work. Repped! I'm sure he said town planning was his job as well. Going off that picture, in a dark light with a bit of ale down your neck; you could almost believe he was a woman. Almost.
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    Breaking up with someone

    Half the forum will be hearing from her lawyers if she has taken umbrage at people saying she got a cock.
  8. Now that he has his own poll?
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    Is Silverlining a thick cunt?

    I see this lurker : Gollo Join Date 2nd February 2009 Total Posts 0 Blog Entries 0 Has voted yes. Explain yourself lurker!
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    Is Silverlining a thick cunt?

    All the good work Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney did in reuniting the human race in the 80's is in danger of being undone. They will be both be turning in their graves ( when they die ). CmALA8miQY8
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    Breaking up with someone

    Have you considered putting very miniscule amounts of, say, arsenic in his food? In just 10-15 years he may die and you will be rid of him. It's got to be worth the risk. Edit : Or, another thought, ask daddy to get a refund on the New York tickets and buy a pair for Fukushima. Holiday there for a year without protective equipment and hopefully he will get radiation poisoning. On the plus side, for the rest of us, you will probably get it too.
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    Is Silverlining a thick cunt?

    Only one way to find out.....
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    Is Silverlining a thick cunt?

    Silverlining reunites Número Veinticinco and Strontium Dog. Let's send him to the Middle East!
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    Reading Material Help

    I'll start a thread to settle once and for all the question that has troubled GFkind for weeks : Is Silverlining a thick cunt?
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    Summer 2011

    Maybe so, everyone in group B though has time in the Premier league; group C was meant to demonstrate potential without Premier league experience.
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    Summer 2011

    Some people need to realise this isn't RAWK. You are allowed to have a negative opinion on prospective signings. Most of the posts against signing Henderson or Dann or whoever have been balanced with people giving what they think are valid reasons why they don't want them. If people think over £12mil is too much for Downing or we overpayed for Carroll so what? It would be pretty fucking boring if no one had an opinion and we all just trotted out the ' trust in Kenny ' line. It is possible to trust in him and have a, seemingly, different opinion on players to him. This is all just speculation anyway; the truth is no one knows who we are going to be signing. If I could put some of our speculated targets into groups to make a point : Group A : Mata, Hazard, Aguero, Sanchez, Young. Group B : Dann, Adam, McCarthy, Henderson, Downing, Enrique, Jones. Group C : Wickham, Oxlade-Chamberlain. Group D : Friedel, Marveux, other freebies If we sign say one player from group A, 2 from group B and one each from group C and D I think most would be happy. On the other hand, if we sign 3 players from Group B and 2 from group D then I think people will, legitimately, have concerns over whether that is the best use of the money we have available. So yeah, let's wait and see, but there is nothing to stop us talking about it in the mean time. Just my opinion don't no one be having a ' tantrum ' on me!
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    Reading Material Help

    Few more I've thought of : Anything by Neil Gaiman. Absolute Genius. I'd start with : American Gods: Amazon.co.uk: Neil Gaiman: Books Good Omens wrote with Terry Pratchett is great Good Omens: Amazon.co.uk: Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett: Books As is Neverwhere : Neverwhere: The Author's Preferred Text: Amazon.co.uk: Neil Gaiman: Books All worth a read : Blood Red Rivers: Amazon.co.uk: Jean-Christophe Grange: Books Flight Of The Storks: Amazon.co.uk: Jean-Christophe Grange: Books A Tourist in the Yucatan: Amazon.co.uk: James McNay Brumfield: Books And the books the films ' The Keep ' and ' Angel Heart ' are based on are must reads. Falling Angel is ace, the following quote tells you all you need to know Falling Angel (No Exit Press 18 Years Classic): Amazon.co.uk: William Hjortsberg: Books The Keep (Adversary Cycle): Amazon.co.uk: F. Paul Wilson: Books
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    Fright Night Remake

    The original is an ace 80's film, not sure about this remake though. Colin Farrell as the vampire? and David Tennant in the Peter Vincent role? I mean, look at this screenshot of him. Doesn't bode well. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fright_Night_(2011_film)
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    The Hobbit Movie

    The Hobbit Films Get Official Titles | Movie News | Empire Now that the two movies are shooting, it was about time that Peter Jackson, MGM and New Line got around to naming them. Well, it’s official: the Hobbit films are going to be called The Hobbit: Based on the novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire and The Hobbit 2: Electric Bilboloo. Calm down… The actual titles are as follows: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which will arrive in cinemas on December 14, 2012 followed by The Hobbit: There and Back Again on December 13, 2013. And just in case you’ve forgotten, the cast includes (deep mental breath) Martin Freeman, Orlando Bloom, Andy Serkis, Elijah Wood, Hugo Weaving, Ian McKellen, Cate Blanchett, Richard Armitage, Jed Brophy, Adam Brown, John Callen, Stephen Fry, Ryan Gage, Mark Hadlow, Peter Hambleton, Stephen Hunter, William Kircher, Sylvester McCoy, Bret McKenzie, Graham McTavish, Mike Mizrahi, James Nesbitt, Dean O'Gorman, Lee Pace, Mikael Persbrandt, Conan Stevens, Ken Stott, Jeffrey Thomas and Aidan Turner. Meanwhile, keeping up his commitment to engage with fans, Jackson has started answering submitted questions on his Facebook page. And he’s kicked off by talking about the likelihood that we’ll see the White Council take action in the new films. For those scrunching their faces in bewilderment at the mention of the name, the Council was made up of various Elves, Wizards and others who met to maintain the peace and deal with problems through the years in Middle-earth, often focusing on the rising threat from Sauron. Elrond (Weaving), Gandalf (McKellen) and Galadriel (Blanchett) all served at one point. The Council was also involved in driving the Necromancer (actually Sauron) out of his former stronghold in Dol Guldur, forcing him back to Mordor. “I'm not going to say just what and when, but I will confirm that both the White Council and Dol Guldur will feature in the movies. And not just in one scene either. Just how to visualise it has been a challenge, but fortunately Alan Lee and John Howe went crazy with ideas, and it should look pretty cool." Jackson also posts a link to an extremely cool picture of the most famous members of the Council meeting on set and brandishing deadly weapons, so be sure to head on over and take a look.
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    Reading Material Help

    Best new Horror author, in my opinion, is Adam Nevill. Well worth hunting down his first book, which seems to be out of print : Banquet for the Damned: Amazon.co.uk: Adam L G Nevill: Books His latest two books are good, also : Apartment 16: Amazon.co.uk: Adam Nevill: Books The Ritual: Amazon.co.uk: Adam Nevill: Books Bill Hussey is also a decent new horror author Through a Glass, Darkly: Amazon.co.uk: Bill Hussey: Books And the following are also very good, in the horror genre. Mr Shivers: Amazon.co.uk: Robert Jackson Bennett: Books Meat: Amazon.co.uk: Joseph D'Lacey: Books Twelve by Jasper Kent is ace, Twelve (Danilov Quintet 1): Amazon.co.uk: Jasper Kent: Books I assume you have read the Robicheaux novels by James Lee Burke? If not, start here : The Neon Rain: Amazon.co.uk: James Lee Burke: Books I'd also urge anyone to read the Dresden files by Jim Butcher ( might not seem to be what you are looking for, but they are absolutely superb ) Storm Front (Dresden Case Files): Amazon.co.uk: Jim Butcher: Books
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    LFC Supporters Committee Announced

    I'm not sure what all these chair references are. Am I hot or cold?
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    LFC Supporters Committee Announced

    Durango considers his next reply.
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    That fucking Genie!!

    He got Joey Deacon when I tried before. How the fuck did he get him?
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