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sh#t waffle

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    Andrew Robertson

    I believe in young person's parlance that 'shit' actually means 'marauding bundle of energy with no little ability'.
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    Them Lot (H) 16/12/18

    In fairness Juventus should have been 4332323232-0 up by the time the mancs got their two goals at the end. Luckily we're nowhere near as wasteful as...oh.
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    Them Lot (H) 16/12/18

    On the one hand, I want the front three to continue their recent improvement, and for us to absolutely humiliate them. But on the other hand, I've recently got a taste for flukey/hilarious 96th minute goals scored by players nowhere near the requisite quality for our first team. 1-0, Moreno (96).
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    Bournemouth (A) 8/12/18

    I'd agree, but with Shaq for Sturridge and an inanimate carbon rod for Moreno.
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    Alisson Becker

    That may be true, but my counter argument would be to ask what he's done apart from that?
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    Political Correctness

    In general I think that political correctness is a force for good that amounts to little more than trying not to be a cunt. Those PETA suggestions are seriously funny, mind.
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    Political Correctness

    Don't see how that is relevant at all (though she really is seriously seriously bangin) - this is the same argument that anyone wealthy that expresses left of centre political views is a virtue signalling champagne socialist - it is complete and utter bollocks.
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    Everton (H) 2/12/18 Premier League

    All week I had been day dreaming about a 6-0 victory in which our front three clicked into last season's form and Keita announced himself as a vital part of the team. And yet I now realise that what I actually wanted more than anything was a 96th minute Divock Origi header from less than a yard after the worst injury time shot since Dejan Lovren's in the FA cup semi final bounced twice off the crossbar via the England no.1's tiny arms - it's a funny old game, isn't it?
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    Everton (H) 2/12/18 Premier League

    Pretty sure it was before the goal. Either way, laugh on my friend; laugh on.
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    Everton (H) 2/12/18 Premier League

    Anyone who thinks that the man is using magnets to rig football matches is frankly completely bat shit; it's clearly a complex series of pulleys and mirrors.
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    Doves

    Such an underrated band. Can't wait to try but summarily fail to get tickets for the Albert Hall gig.
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    Fabinho

    Read between the lines and stop believing everything you hear, sheeple.
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    Red Dead Redemption

    I'm still not loving it. With the first game, I was more invested in the story than any other videogame I'd ever played (only The Last Of Us comes close since, too). I don't normally like open world games as I like games with more of a defined structure (I want someone talented to tell me a story, not have me make my own), but the first Red Dead got the balance so spot on that I loved doing every single side quest as I thought they all added to the story and overall experience. With this one, I feel like the actual gameplay mechanics haven't moved on in 8 years - every mission is just break cover, dead eye, back to cover and repeat - I think I've only died about three times during missions, and I'm halfway through chapter 3 (oh, and it is important to note that I am SHITE at shooters). And because I am not invested in the story, I'm finding myself less inclined to bother with the exploration side of things. It is an absolutely extraordinary technical accomplishment, but for me it is nowhere near as good as the original as a game. In fact, at times it feels almost like playing something like Dragon's Lair, as if all you are really doing is pressing some buttons to link cut scenes. (there's no way I'm giving up on it though; I've been looking forward to it for too long to do that)
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    Red Dead Redemption

    I was actually slightly disappointed with the game for the first few days - I've now realised this was because I hadn't got to grips with the bounty system, and early in the game if you have several bounties on your head and no money with which to pay them, you can get stuck in an annoying loop which really affected my exploration/enjoyment of the game. I am now bounty free, and starting to get into it properly.
  15. Given the historical connotations of black face, I must say I'm surprised at how many can't see an issue with it. And I should definitely know what I'm talking about; one of my best avatars is black.
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