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From General Discussion / Phone mast Jesus...
Posted 7 Sep 10 12:58
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That's a curious one QM.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Coleen McLoughlin leaves Wayne Rooney for ... me
Posted 7 Sep 10 12:52
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Good one.

Five thumbs from me.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Disappearing ee Theories
Posted 7 Sep 10 12:43
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Only just caught up with this one Doc.

Top marks shipmate.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / New to site and need navigation assistance please!
Posted 7 Sep 10 12:24
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Kaz - welcome to the asylum.

Just one thing - probably best not to disclose your real name and location. You can edit that part out of your post.

The people here are great, but it's always best to play it safe.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From Magazine Discussion / The In Seine Book of Measurements
Posted 7 Sep 10 11:49
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Hear hear!

Great stuff from IS

5 thumbs all the way.

Regards

Skoob.



 
From News Discussion / Police search for "indecent" images on Wayne Rooney's computer
Posted 7 Sep 10 00:18
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Dunno, but I'm off to bed.

Got a bloody virus.

Right bastard it is.

Later

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / You'd think someone would have noticed...
Posted 7 Sep 10 00:02
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Best wishes to your mam LG.

Just been floored by a virus meself.

It'll pass.

Dropping like flies we are, or so it seems.

Anyway, as CJ would say - Toodle pip.

Expecting him back Friday, by the way.

Watch out for a mad assault on the Spoof chart.

God love him.

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Police search for "indecent" images on Wayne Rooney's computer
Posted 6 Sep 10 21:39
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Stevey G's just getting better and better.

Top spoofing.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Prostitute Jennifer Thompson investigated for Benefit Fraud
Posted 6 Sep 10 19:46
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5 from moi Stevey G

Regards

Skoob.

 
From Magazine Discussion / Books Which I Would Love to Read if Only they Existed
Posted 6 Sep 10 19:36
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Agreed!

It's odyssey though.

Just sayin'

Regards

Skoob.



 
From News Discussion / Jennifer Thompson 'an upmarket version of Kate Middleton' says hooker agency
Posted 6 Sep 10 19:32
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Seems to me like he's been scoring way too often.

The usual 5 by the way your Madge.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Marxist Chav Britain: X Factor 2010 episode 3, an on-stage punch-up!
Posted 6 Sep 10 16:33
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So true.

Top marks from me.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / The Greatest Football Manager of All Time
Posted 6 Sep 10 16:14
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That's a fair comment J-Man

But I honestly believe that no matter how aggressively your game is marketed, it'll never have the appeal and tradition, the history or the passion of that game we fondly refer to as 'football.'

No disrespect, because I would have probably quite enjoyed playing your version, but it was never popular here during my sport playing days.

Having said that, I really have enjoyed quite a number of NFL games over the years. Ones that stand out for me are Walter Payton, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, Dan Marino, and Joe Theissman.

Not saying at all that there's anything wrong with your game, but it just isn't what we call 'football.'

Best Regards

Skoob.



 
From General Discussion / The Greatest Football Manager of All Time
Posted 6 Sep 10 15:41
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Quote: Throckmorton Turdblossom

To your list, I'd have to say you should add:
Paul Brown
George Halas
Vince Lombardi
Tom Landry
Don Shula
Chuck Knoll

I'd be happy to let any one of them run my football team (even the dead ones).


Different game J-Man.

I've heard of all of them, and I'm sure they're worthy, but as we've said before - our game is truly global, whereas yours is parochial American.

Not that there's anything wrong with that. Your version of football can be great to watch, and probably good to play, but it really doesn't arouse the passion our game does.

The vuvuzela thing at the World Cup in South Africa must have put a lot of people off, and most of us found it really annoying - but that really is an aberration.

As Pele legendarily said: "The beautiful game."

Very few people would argue with that.

Kindest Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / The Greatest Football Manager of All Time
Posted 6 Sep 10 15:31
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You're making this difficult JP.

I have to go for Sir Matt, obviously.

He didn't win as many honours as Fergie or Bob Paisley, but he took over a club that was down and out and on its arse and made them into an institution.

Plus when I was about ten years old he sent me a letter - it's at my mum's house, still got it. I wrote a poem and my mam sent it in. The man took the time to write back. Signed it with a fountain pen.

I actually went to Maine Road before I went to Old Trafford, but it wasn't quite my cup of tea. First time at OT was in 1969 as a nipper. Best, Law, Charlton, it's changed a bit since then.

It always feels like I'm really home whenever I'm there.

Oh, pass the frigging tissues.

You'll have me skriking in a minute.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Chile Miners "Not Happy" With First Hot Meal In Three Weeks
Posted 6 Sep 10 14:51
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And a vuvuzela.

With an arse attached.

Top marks Mr Schoolteacher.

Spelling mistake on nutritional though - nothing a quick edit won't sort out.

I could kill a chip butty right now....

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Walnut Whips
Posted 6 Sep 10 12:55
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I'd never eat scouse on principle.

Black puddings are nice though. Boiled up, like you get on Bury or Burnley market, with malt vinegar and English mustard.

Bugger...I'm getting hungry now.

And I have a hangover.

Time to go on the wagon for a while methinks.

Work tomorrow.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Rooneygate: Wayne & Colleen, a True Partnership - He Beds the Call Girls, She Issues the Injunctions...
Posted 6 Sep 10 12:51
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Never met the man - although I'd have loved to.

Saw him at games though when I was a nipper. Always seemed to wear a grey suit and a pinkish to red shirt. Not much dress sense but certainly a top man.

Kinell JP - you'll have me queuing for a season ticket next...nah, not happening.

Are you old enough to remember the lads pen in the corner of the kop, and they had one at Goodison too?

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Walnut Whips
Posted 6 Sep 10 12:44
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There's a place over here in Newcastle where they serve what they claim to be the hottest curry in the world.

Similar deal - if you can finish it, it's free.

It often gets mentioned in Viz Comic, but very few ever finish the curry.

I saw the chef there making this dish on a TV show - and he said that anybody who tries it is mad. Said he wouldn't touch it, let alone try eating it. Apparently it's pretty hard to keep down.

I once saw a lad try to eat curried eggs that were so hot that his top lip literally turned pink as it burned.

I recall telling you Gents that a company I worked for had a plant in Texas. My then boss went over there and went to a restaurant where they cut your tie off with scissors as you entered. He showed me the pics. He had a massive steak too, and finished it so got it for free. Don't think it was the same place as the one on TV yesterday though.

Think I also said that my wife is a fully qualified chef, and she quite fancies visiting Texas, mainly for the food on offer there. Not so much the giant steaks, more the spicy Tex-Mex stuff you chaps do so well.

It's been slowly catching on over here too - you can get fajitas, burritos, nachos and stuff and we have a Tex-Mex restaurant chain called Chiquitos, but the main fast staples here are still Indian, Chinese, Kebabs, pizzas and of course good old fish and chips - which if done properly is delicious.

The best fish and chips I ever tasted were in Brighton on the south coast. Big thick, chunky cod done in batter and lovely golden thick cut chips.

Mmmm - delicious it was.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / George Michael - "I'm NOT gay, I was just stoned"
Posted 6 Sep 10 12:19
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Five from me JP.

Some great wordplay in there.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Rooneygate: Wayne & Colleen, a True Partnership - He Beds the Call Girls, She Issues the Injunctions...
Posted 6 Sep 10 12:14
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He was a character Shanks - even our lot loved him. Joe Mercer was a cool half-back too.

I remember Alex Ferguson in an interview saying how he once went to Sir Matt for advice.

"What's up son?"

"It's the press boss - they're doing my head in..."

"Don't read 'em."

Simple.

One story about your man Shankly I always loved was when your mob were playing an away leg somewhere in Europe and the players couldn't sleep properly for the constant ringing of church bells.

Shanks went out to try to put a stop to it - even though it was a thousand year old tradition. He didn't succeed but the old bugger certainly gave it his best shot.

Great bloke, and a legend to all true fans.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Rooneygate: Wayne & Colleen, a True Partnership - He Beds the Call Girls, She Issues the Injunctions...
Posted 6 Sep 10 05:47
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Sandhills, Everton Valley - I was the one who wouldn't ever run away.

BTW - the Shitty/Shameless line was well below the belt.

Just what I'd expect.

Can I go to sleep now?

Hugz

Skoob.



 
From News Discussion / Tony Blair Book - The 'Missing' Chapter
Posted 5 Sep 10 21:50
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Fergus

I found you. And you'll do for me. Even if you lived in Bury for a bit.

You always make me smile,

And you've always been kind to me. Love you for that geezer. (Not in a gay way - obviously) Can you help me out with these stroppy Scousers?

Terrible they are.

You always get respect from me mate - mind you I am as pissed as a fart on me Spoofday!

Bollocks

Skoob.





 
From News Discussion / Tony Blair Book - The 'Missing' Chapter
Posted 5 Sep 10 21:19
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Fergus, you big puff

It's me second Spoof birthday. I've been on the piss all day in a West Manchester way.

I've been waiting for you!

Give us a big hug!

Whoah! Back of Ferg I was just kidding...

I'm not gay - ask the Mrs... she'll sort it ...

Not in a gay way Mister McCarthy

Love U

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Rooneygate: Wayne & Colleen, a True Partnership - He Beds the Call Girls, She Issues the Injunctions...
Posted 5 Sep 10 20:44
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Quote: Jeremy Paxman

How can you stand on the Kop and then defect to Manure? Did you have some trauma in your life that resulted in a complete mental breakdown?


With all due respect to NMC - yes, whatever.

To JP - Yes, I really have stood on the kop in the wet legging days.

I was an away fan at all times. Saw Kevin Keegan, Stevie Heighway, Ian Callaghan and Emlyn Hughes - respect to those guys, And to Tommy Smith - nails he was.

Had to keep me gob shut because the accent was a dead giveaway.

Anyway, I'm not grovelling to you any more you Scouse bastard. I bet you were one of them gobshites trying to kick my head in at Lime Street Station.

They never took to me, them Scousers.

You're alright though JP - I'll make an exception in your case.

Knowing how you love Gary Neville and that...

I live in Portsmouth these days, and I talk like a right proper Southerner, nearly Cockney.

If you don't believe me, ask Colonel Juan. Lynton. or QM - they'll set you straight.

You make me laugh you bad Mickey Mouser

Skoob.



 
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