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Mudface

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  1. True, but <insert self righteous stuff here about not caring about what THEY do, etc.>. To be honest, I just love that gif and wanted to use it.
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    Easter. How do you spend yours?

    My missus's relatives came over from Stirling to devour my fine steak pie and excellent roasties for dinner. Brilliantly, my wife's 86 year old uncle just bought a new 2.2 litre Mazda and gave everyone a lift home so I've been drinking wine and chortling at the comedy on Sky channel 401 since about 3 o'clock. Fine day, Jesus should die more often.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Even bigger news- Corbyn apparently wouldn't want to move into No 10- https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6943691/Jeremy-Corbyn-REFUSE-No-10-telling-Whitehall-chiefs-Ill-happier-home.html He'll probably let it out to lesbian terrorists instead.
  4. There should have been another panel with the boulder rolling after him, captioned, 'me, when my parents found out'.
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    Wasp...

    I've had a real phobia of the little shits since I was about 7 or 8 and the fuckers built a nest in the eaves above my bedroom. All through the winter, I kept hearing scratching noises late at night, but the sly bastards would never make a sound when my mum or dad were around. Then one evening a couple of dozen of the cunts boiled out of a ventilation hole in my bedroom wall just as I was getting into bed- I nearly had a fit. There was a report late last year about the decline in insect species world wide, and it's been very noticeable for over a decade now that the number of wasps has declined quite markedly compared to what it used to be. Frankly, if the price of getting rid of them is total ecological collapse, then it's one well worth paying.
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    The Notre Dame

    The bees made it.
  7. Rayman Legends and Origins were both brilliant. My son used to love the intro, he was a bit young to play it at the time- Sadly, Ubisoft look more interested in milking Ass Creed to death and raking in micro transactions through service games.
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    The Guardian's Ineptitude Index 2018-19. There'll be some fewming at this, probably more at Liverpool being the least inept, than Everton being the 3rd most.
  9. Ubisoft are currently giving away Assassin's Creed: Unity to commemorate the Notre Dame fire. PC only, and you'll need a UPlay account- https://news.ubisoft.com/en-us/article/348227/Supporting-Notre-Dame-de-Paris
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I understand your point, but mine was that there is a dialectic between the two. In my view the decent Liverpool fans that are out there (and there are lots, often lads from the city I would say) have not done enough to challenge the sort of behaviour you have seen in such instances predominately online. It has now got to a point where the majority don't just refuse to challenge it, but actually get on board with it and accuse anyone who makes a broad point about neoliberalism and (lets face it 21st century colonialism that is encompassed in western English teams conquering the world) of being in the wrong. The lunatics are now running that particular asylum and broadly set the hegemonic parameters with which it now means to support Liverpool. If you have an issue with the behaviour of LFC fans online I am in full support of this. My advice would be (politely) to go and tackle that. It's unacceptable. I have no idea what you are doing coming on here, to attack people who are largely trying to challenge that prevailing culture that has brought needless toxicity into the game. I have never urged all Liverpool fans are any expletive. Yet I am regularly subjected to numerous pile ons which are often homophobic (I can only assume like their "god" fowler they presume anyone who writes in sentences can't be heterosexual) and threatening in their intention. Lets not try to make out it's two sides of the same coin, it is not. You have people like me, who re trying to calmly and respectfully engage in debate, who are continually subject to abuse. This threat tries to chronicle the inconsistency of such behaviour and why that is wrong. I am unsure why you feel the need to look to verbalise penalise those at this end of the spectrum. If I didn't know better I would suggest you are looking to deliberately apologise for the behaviour of your supporters. Either way, this thread, as a window of not abuse, but of honesty and intellect rigour to shine a light to the narcissism of LFC supporters is not going to shut down. Deep down I think that is what really eats away at Liverpool supporters. There's nothing that annoys narcissists more in my experience than honesty. Word salad. 'Hegemonic parameters', ffs.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    She's gonna have to beg really hard before I fuck her now.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    To be fair, RAWK is a notorious hooligan hive, reeking of villainy and scum. Even the Urchins are sickened by the place and fear to tread there.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    They should let whoever finishes the highest in the league this season have the wretched thing. Maybe it could become a trophy for them to fight over in the years to come, although I doubt Watford- the 2019 FA Cup winners- would care to be associated with that lot.
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    He tried to get into the ground, but they thought he was pissed and had spat at a steward.
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