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  1. Simbo

    Beans on a pizza: yea or nay?

    I find this post easy to masturbate to.
  2. Simbo

    Beans on a pizza: yea or nay?

    I wouldn’t actively choose to put beans on a pizza but if a cheezy beanzy pizza delight was put in front of me I’d definitely eat it.
  3. Simbo

    The Foodie thread

    You’ll be saying beans don’t go on a fry up next!
  4. Simbo

    Drums, drumming and songs with drums

    A bit of a curve ball but have always loved the drum arrangement in this track. All put together on a computer but love the way it gathers pace at around the 3 min mark.
  5. The thing is there’s plenty of legitimate shouts as to why the season should be terminated but absolutely zero as to why it should be voided. Those who are calling for a cancelled season clearly have an agenda.
  6. Simbo

    Trent is playing Raheem on FIFA...

    Raheem sickened at the end there. Ha!
  7. Simbo

    Yorkshire pudding poll?

    Fixed it for you.
  8. Simbo

    Collymore, Baros or Cisse

    Following on from this, and going slightly off-topic, but as well as the whole Collymore thing my home town team Southend United and Liverpool have actually got a bit of a long standing connection. Liverpool came to Southend in the 1979 FA Cup which resulted in Southend’s biggest ever attendance of around 32000 at Roots Hall. Our line-up: Goalkeeper Ray Clemence DefenderAlan Hansen DefenderPhil Neal DefenderPhil Thompson Defender/MidfielderEmlyn Hughes MidfielderJimmy Case MidfielderRay Kennedy MidfielderTerry McDermott MidfielderGraeme Souness ForwardKenny Dalglish ForwardDavid Fairclough The game ended up 0-0 with us winning 3-0 in the replay at Anfield. Later on Ronnie Whelan signed for Southend before going on to become Player/Manager. I remember Whelan almost convinced Jan Molby to come and sign for Southend but at the last minute he got the Swansea manager offer and took that instead. Southend also went on to sign Mike Marsh for a club record £500,000 from Galatasaray (still the club record to this day). Southend also signed Steve Harkness on loan at one point and there was a rumour that Liverpool were so pleased with how he got on at Roots Hall that they were going to send Ian Rush down here too. It was towards the end of Rush’s career though so I’m not sure how truthful those rumours are. Anyway...here’s some highlights of the first game at Roots Hall.
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    Collymore, Baros or Cisse

    I used to have a season ticket at my local team, Southend United. On Collymore’s debut I genuinely got goosebumps when I saw his turn of pace. He had the lot...pace, skill and could strike the ball well with both feet. If he had any weakness it was probably his heading. He scored some incredible goals and, being young and impressionable, he became my favourite player. When we signed him for £8.5m I was so unbelievably excited. It’s a shame things didn’t work out as he had all the attributes to become one of our best. Still one of my favourite ever players.
  10. Beans and gravy.... ....and then bread and butter to mop up the gravy and bean juice infusion.
  11. Simbo

    The Local News Thread

    Been a while since I last logged on. Wow.....11 years on and this post is still knocking about. Ha!
  12. Ketchup. What else is going to accompany my baked beans?
  13. I had only asked for one sausage in exchange for the mushrooms so I do agree there were too many on this plate. Overall I thought it was a solid effort. Sausages were maybe teetering on being under cooked but the bacon was exactly how I like it. Toast was perfect for folding up and mopping up the bean juice at the end. I do not like black pudding.
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