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  1. dick sack

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I thought SteveO was the same lad off jackass that did all daft things like hammering rusty nails into his ball bag, setting himself on fire etc. Thought he was taking the sado masochistic thing a bit far with supporting Everton though...
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    Wolves (A) 21/12.

    You need a bit of that
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    Wolves (A) 21/12.

    You forgot buswreckers. *sniggers*
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    Someone's having a real laugh - shitcoat to Utd.

    Anyone else think he was subtly inferring that Robertson may have been on performance enhancing drugs or have the years of drug abuse finally caught up with me? I just find it hard to believe any of his comments are genuinely complimentary without there being an insidious snide agenda lurking somewhere behind them...
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    Someone's having a real laugh - shitcoat to Utd.

    The lead singer fucked a baby didn’t he?
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    Alisson Becker

    Fucking dreamboat
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Here are my film recommendations for the week all by the same director Steve McQueen (not the actor) 12 Years A Slave- true story about a free black man kidnapped and sold into slavery in the 1800s. If you thought the injustice in the Shawshank Redemption was bad you have to see this. Fucking brutal 9/10 Hunger about the IRA dirty protests, hunger strikes in the early 80s. Mainly Bobby Sands. Not an easy watch but again powerful film making 8/10 Shame- follows the life of a New York exec as his life plunges into darkness due to his out of control sex addiction. A gripping portrayal of someone in the grip of addiction and destructive behaviours. I think we can all identify with that 8/10
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    I’d not seen any of his films either. The lead actress in Widows won an Oscar for 12 years a slave. Viola Davis. Never seen her before. The whole film just oozes quality. You should check it out.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Widows. Went to watch a Star is Born tonight with my sister. It was sold out so we settled on this as we couldn’t stomach watching the Queen biopic. Both knowing fuck all about the film. An unexpected surprise. It was gripping. Really well paced. The premise sounds quite cheesy. 4 widows lose their bank robber husbands when a heist goes wrong. They decide to pull off their dead husbands final job as they are all in the shit financially etc. Surprised I’d never even heard of this. Strong cast all the female leads are great. Robert Duvall, Liam Neeson even Colin Farrell is watchable. Give it a 9 out of ten. Excellent heist thriller. With tension and great performances throughout.
  10. After reading through this thread it got me thinking of films I used to watch as a kid. Used to love Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor. A white Jewish fella and a black fella. I’m guessing this scene wouldn’t make the cut these days!
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    Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares

    Gordon Ramsay is a small screen God. These programmes are so predictable and formulaic and yet remain compulsive viewing. Purely down to our Gordon’s incendiary charisma. The insults. The shameless flirting with waitresses. The demolition of the proprietors’ ego only to make a Lazarus style resurrection in the final act. The walk in freezer moment where the decay and dereliction of the establishment is exposed before our very eyes, much like the unnecessary and gratuitous shot of Gordon changing into his chef whites or flashing his arse in the shower in Hotel Hell. The Americans make more watchable subjects in these series due to their overly emotional and sentimental characteristics. Fantastic telly. The raw onion in a French onion soup featuring Elk Man is a tale that will be passed down through the generations it is that funny. Hotel Hell edges it for me purely for its surreal comedic moments. Gordon confidently handing out the spunk goggles to the owners and guests before surveying the carnage under a UV light. He is in no doubt that we are witnessing a hotel room saturated in bollock champagne. The shame of the owners is palpable. The disgust of the guests barely concealed as he also remarks on the high concentration of sex offenders residing nearby the unlocked hotel. Sensational. I would also recommend Boiling Point a documentary made relatively early in his career when he is under the strain of launching his first solo restaurant and striving to obtain the obsessively and vaunted Michelin stars he covets so much. Needless to say he loses his shit on multiple occasions with everyone and everything but his brigade remain incredibly loyal. Amazing scenes. We are truly blessed to be living in an age where we are able to enjoy such a special talent. Gordon I salute you lad. Keep on keeping on my man.
  12. I’d like to see the following: Back 5 exactly the same as usual. Shouldn’t be fucking about with that for an important league game. midfield of Fabinho Gini Shaqiri Same front three as usual with the benefit of Bobby having only played last 20 on tues. Hopefully Mo play himself into a bit of form against a so called “easier” team. The reasons for tinkering with the midfield is it gives Jimmy Milner a blow in spite of his excellent form he’s going to need a rest now and again. Hendo whilst excellent on tues night doesn’t offer much guile against shite teams that come to Anfield and sit back hoping for a point whereas Shaqiri hopefully will do. Gini has been boss all season. Finally if you’re going to pay £40 odd million for a highly rated defensive midfielder surely we shouldn’t all shit our kecks if he’s given a home debut against Southampton??? He’s going to have to start contributing sooner or later. Play the rezzies in the league cup. Then back to full strength for the Chelsea league game (ie Hendo, Milner, Gini) Not drastic changes in my opinion. The way we play some minor rotation is going to be essential before they all end up gassed around new year again. And I completely forgot about Naby....!!