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"There's a player in there".

 

"No-one should go to a football match and never come home".

 

"Tragedy, thoughts with the family".

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Dagger Is Back
34 minutes ago, Morgan said:

In answer to the question ‘how was your Christmas’?

 

’Aye, quiet’

 

GTF.

 

I wouldn’t get too irritated Morgan my friend.

 

That will be my response this year because that’s exactly what it will be.

 

Lots of folks dread Xmas for many reasons. We’ll be joining them this year.

 

Cheers ?

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“Are you busy?”

 

when used by the missus wanting something done.

99% of the time I’m obviously not busy but have just sat down for a rest having previously been busy. 

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19 minutes ago, gjcc said:

“Are you busy?”

 

when used by the missus wanting something done.

99% of the time I’m obviously not busy but have just sat down for a rest having previously been busy. 

 

On the same note “can I just have a quick word” when you are clearly rushing out the office. Could you not have come over 10 minutes ago? ?

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Salad Fingers

"Oh you on your lunch?" 

 

No. No, I'm just indulging in my hobby of stuffing a sandwich in my mouth at noon every day. 

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5 minutes ago, Salad Fingers said:

My cousin lives in Australia. He's heading to NZ for Christmas. He posted this on Facebook today.

 

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:muggy:

Never heard that before.

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"full fat coke"...a drink that contains no fat. "regular coke", is acceptable. "full sugar coke" is also acceptable but the full fat bit irritates me for no real reason other than being a pedantic *****

 

"Grinds my gears" - piss off

 

"Part and parcel" - the cliche of every interview with some thick as pigshit football player ever

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1 hour ago, Dagger Is Back said:

 

I wouldn’t get too irritated Morgan my friend.

 

That will be my response this year because that’s exactly what it will be.

 

Lots of folks dread Xmas for many reasons. We’ll be joining them this year.

 

Cheers ?

Hope that doesn’t mean something sad, Dagger?

 

If so, I apologise for a flippant post.

 

Sorry man.

 

Morgan

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AlphonseCapone

"Shenanigans". Horrific word used by horrific people. 

 

"Wine o'clock". Used by middle class jakies. 

 

"Brown bag meeting". **** off and don't arrange a meeting at lunch time. 

 

"Krankie". Absolutely howling chat. 

 

"Brexit means Brexit". Phrase used for simpletons, lapped up by simpletons. 

 

"He's a character", you mean a prick. 

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That’s a blue sky idea.

 

A computer that is all singing, all dancing.

 

:vrface:

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1 minute ago, AlphonseCapone said:

"Shenanigans". Horrific word used by horrific people. 

 

"Wine o'clock". Used by middle class jakies. 

 

"Brown bag meeting". **** off and don't arrange a meeting at lunch time. 

 

"Krankie". Absolutely howling chat. 

 

"Brexit means Brexit". Phrase used for simpletons, lapped up by simpletons. 

 

"He's a character", you mean a prick. 

Taking our country back, there's another one

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1 minute ago, AlphonseCapone said:

"Shenanigans". Horrific word used by horrific people. 

 

"Wine o'clock". Used by middle class jakies. 

 

"Brown bag meeting". **** off and don't arrange a meeting at lunch time. 

 

"Krankie". Absolutely howling chat. 

 

"Brexit means Brexit". Phrase used for simpletons, lapped up by simpletons. 

 

"He's a character", you mean a prick.

 

:lol: 

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2 minutes ago, AlphonseCapone said:

"Shenanigans". Horrific word used by horrific people. 

 

"Wine o'clock". Used by middle class jakies. 

 

"Brown bag meeting". **** off and don't arrange a meeting at lunch time. 

 

"Krankie". Absolutely howling chat. 

 

"Brexit means Brexit". Phrase used for simpletons, lapped up by simpletons. 

 

"He's a character", you mean a prick. 

Agree with all bar the first.

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Dagger Is Back
8 minutes ago, Morgan said:

Hope that doesn’t mean something sad, Dagger?

 

If so, I apologise for a flippant post.

 

Sorry man.

 

Morgan

 

No need to apologise Morgan buddy. It’s an Internet forum where most folks don’t know each other at all. 

 

Me that should apologise not you. Just me getting to the end of a shitty year and I should have kept that off the forum.

 

Sorry dude

 

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3 minutes ago, Dagger Is Back said:

 

No need to apologise Morgan buddy. It’s an Internet forum where most folks don’t know each other at all. 

 

Me that should apologise not you. Just me getting to the end of a shitty year and I should have kept that off the forum.

 

Sorry dude

 

?

:thumbsup:

 

Thanks for that, Dagger.  Good of you.

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