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Not going tomorrow going to M&S to purchase a new cardigan for next week then take the Rover through the car wash 😁

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Kalamazoo Jambo
1 hour ago, Led Tasso said:

 

Little known fact, but the "no true Scotsman" fallacy was originally named the "no true Hearts fan" fallacy, but when it went international was adjusted to make it more comprehensible.


Correct.

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Apache Mal
2 hours ago, wavydavy said:

 

We have over 13k of season ticket holders.

We do. But in my opinion there are quite a few ‘swing’ season ticket holders. 

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Just now, Apache Mal said:

We do. But in my opinion there are quite a few ‘swing’ season ticket holders. 


Not near me there are not Wayne 

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tian447
44 minutes ago, pointon said:

Not going tomorrow going to M&S to purchase a new cardigan for next week then take the Rover through the car wash 😁

 

The Rover? 

 

Watch you don't get wet when you're pushing it through the car wash :whistling:

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Just now, tian447 said:

 

The Rover? 

 

Watch you don't get wet when you're pushing it through the car wash :whistling:


I have a special waterproof cardigan corduroys and wellington brogues just for such an eventuality 

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tian447
1 minute ago, Sooks said:


I have a special waterproof cardigan corduroys and wellington brogues just for such an eventuality 

 

You mean you don't just pay the valet boy to do it all for you? 

 

I know that times are hard financially these days old chap, but nobody should have to suffer the indignity of washing their own car.  What if the neighbours see you? 

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2 minutes ago, tian447 said:

 

You mean you don't just pay the valet boy to do it all for you? 

 

I know that times are hard financially these days old chap, but nobody should have to suffer the indignity of washing their own car.  What if the neighbours see you? 


I do not trust the valet boy old man ………… he has a shifty look about him and his skin is too swarthy ………… I would not want him fingering my glove compartment 

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luckydug
4 hours ago, John Findlay said:

I won't be at the game tomorrow as I will be attending a 40th anniversary Falklands war dinner in Carlisle.

Just unfortunate that the dates clashed.l

You might have liberated the Falklands but you saved Maggie Thatchers job. 

 

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j1964m

Hibs fans hate each other that much they come to games dressed as seats image.jpeg.03be41edbb8c400946d4feb79aab8405.jpeg

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tian447
25 minutes ago, Sooks said:


I do not trust the valet boy old man ………… he has a shifty look about him and his skin is too swarthy ………… I would not want him fingering my glove compartment 

 

I wouldn't trust him either.  Just make sure he doesn't finger your wife's glove compartment when you're not looking!

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Just now, tian447 said:

 

I wouldn't trust him either.  Just make sure he doesn't finger your wife's glove compartment when you're not looking!


He looks the sort ……….. weird little hands and his eyes are too close together

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Stu_HMFC

I’m not going tomorrow and probably won’t even watch it but I’m going next Saturday, I will think of the fan on the OP post at 2.55pm next Saturday 😂

 

There was also no scramble for tickets either in and out in phase 2 by 9.05 😂

 

He’s Bitter 

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Brighton Jambo

I don’t blame anyone for not going tomorrow and it’s crazy that fans would criticise each other for that.

 

I am amazed how for a club that is having its best season in 15 years can have fans that seem so at odds on a number of issues.  Not sure why but doesn’t seem normal to me.  

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Brighton Jambo
34 minutes ago, luckydug said:

You might have liberated the Falklands but you saved Maggie Thatchers job. 

 

Really?  Is that really a necessary comment? 

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Portable Badger
1 hour ago, pointon said:

Not going tomorrow going to M&S to purchase a new cardigan for next week then take the Rover through the car wash 😁

What? You don’t have your driver clean it??

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Wee Mikey
4 hours ago, pointon said:

Not going tomorrow going to M&S to purchase a new cardigan for next week then take the Rover through the car wash 😁

 

3 hours ago, tian447 said:

The Rover? 

 

Watch you don't get wet when you're pushing it through the car wash :whistling:

 

3 hours ago, Sooks said:

I have a special waterproof cardigan corduroys and wellington brogues just for such an eventuality 

 

Pointon = Sooks?

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16 minutes ago, Wee Mikey said:

 

 

 

Pointon = Sooks?


No mate we are all just good diet Huns in this to gether : - D

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Wee Mikey
Just now, Sooks said:

No mate we are all just good diet Huns in this to gether : - D

 

I was confused trying to follow the dialogue.

 

Anyhoo, hoping that Rover survives. 🦮🐩

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Just now, Wee Mikey said:

 

I was confused trying to follow the dialogue.

 

Anyhoo, hoping that Rover survives. 🦮🐩


: - D

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1 minute ago, Wee Mikey said:

 

I was confused trying to follow the dialogue.

 

Anyhoo, hoping that Rover survives. 🦮🐩


He will he always returns

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sassenach
Posted (edited)
6 hours ago, Morgan said:

‘Dirty Leeds’ haven’t really been that for many years though, have they?

 

This season they have the worst disciplinary record of any team since the inception of the Premier League.  I think that makes them pretty dirty.

 

And I don't like them. If they all took up flower arranging they'd still be Dirty Leeds, because of the soil on their fingers.

 

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dannymack

I'm definitely going tomorrow to wave off the famous Heart of Midlothian before we embark on another famous Scottish Cup  game. 

 

Also wave off Rangers and wish them all the very best for extra time and penalties. 

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dannymack

Oh aye... some Hearts fans are wankers, for example the Hearts fans that were cheering every Hibs goal against Rangers before our game at Livingston 2014. 

 

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Kiwidoug
6 minutes ago, dannymack said:

I'm definitely going tomorrow to wave off the famous Heart of Midlothian before we embark on another famous Scottish Cup  game. 

 

Also wave off Rangers and wish them all the very best for extra time and penalties. 

And injuries, not serious ones, don't wish them on anyone, just bad enough to sideline them for a week.

 

And bitter, dispiriting disappointment.  So hurtful it makes them wish the season was over.

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dannymack

I remember Albertz missed the 98 cup final due to his violent conduct card thevweek before the final, do red cards count in Europe for domestic games ??? 

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gregzy2k7
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Nah no chance every set of fans have arseholes amongst them, we are no exception of course but none worse than any other club, we actually have a brilliant and united support, I would actually argue that we are the best fans in Scotland bar none.

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The Real Maroonblood
6 hours ago, dannymack said:

Oh aye... some Hearts fans are wankers, for example the Hearts fans that were cheering every Hibs goal against Rangers before our game at Livingston 2014. 

 

That’s fight.

I’m sure the poster has changed their user name a few times because of their embarrassment.

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19 hours ago, Mikey1874 said:

Leeds fans just now 

Leeds would have hated each other more

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poultry
18 hours ago, John Findlay said:

I won't be at the game tomorrow as I will be attending a 40th anniversary Falklands war dinner in Carlisle.

Just unfortunate that the dates clashed.l

Well John I think that's a good reason. Hope you have a good one. 👍 

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I remember the days when Hearts supporters scrapped with each other and didn't just bitch on the Internet.

If you are basing the hatred on Internet posts ...Everybody hates everybody on the Internet.

I know for a fact Neilson hates being called Bob.

 

 

 

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Wee Mikey
9 minutes ago, Ked said:

I remember the days when Hearts supporters scrapped with each other and didn't just bitch on the Internet.

If you are basing the hatred on Internet posts ...Everybody hates everybody on the Internet.

I know for a fact Neilson hates being called Bob.

 

You mean Bobby McBobface?

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Bazzas right boot
2 hours ago, Ked said:

I remember the days when Hearts supporters scrapped with each other and didn't just bitch on the Internet.

If you are basing the hatred on Internet posts ...Everybody hates everybody on the Internet.

I know for a fact Neilson hates being called Bob.

 

 

 

 

 

Aye, I know for a fact the Bobmeister  prefers it over pHoODLe Oot. 

 

 

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The Hogfather
9 hours ago, dannymack said:

Oh aye... some Hearts fans are wankers, for example the Hearts fans that were cheering every Hibs goal against Rangers before our game at Livingston 2014. 

 


I cheered those, because it meant the league was won by Boxing Day. Cheers mate. 

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Hmfc1965
1 minute ago, Nunya Business said:


I cheered those, because it meant the league was won by Boxing Day. Cheers mate. 

Worse was cheering Hibs goals after we'd won the league and were playing Rangers. 

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Bazzas right boot

Everybody Hates everyone. 

 

You just hate the folk you "love" a little less than the folk who think you actually hate. 

 

All just levels of hate, liking someone is just a 1 on the hate metre and 10 being the hiring plane type of hate. 

 

It's all just hate. 

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Bazzas right boot
1 minute ago, Hmfc1965 said:

Worse was cheering Hibs goals after we'd won the league and were playing Rangers. 

 

That was funny as we were playing rangers and it knocked them down a place iirc. 

We'd have done it whoever we were playing. 

 

Only diet huns would get upset about winding up rangers fans when we are actually playing them. 

 

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The Hogfather
3 minutes ago, Hmfc1965 said:

Worse was cheering Hibs goals after we'd won the league and were playing Rangers. 


I’ve no memory of ever cheering Hibs goals in games that didn’t directly benefit Hearts. 

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Hmfc1965
Just now, Nunya Business said:


I’ve no memory of ever cheering Hibs goals in games that didn’t directly benefit Hearts. 

I'm not saying you did. Plenty did though.  It was the last game of the 14-15 season. 

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Hmfc1965
3 minutes ago, Bazzas right boot said:

 

That was funny as we were playing rangers and it knocked them down a place iirc. 

We'd have done it whoever we were playing. 

 

Only diet huns would get upset about winding up rangers fans when we are actually playing them. 

 

Not Cheering Hibs goals does not make you a diet hun. 

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Bazzas right boot
1 minute ago, Hmfc1965 said:

Not Cheering Hibs goals does not make you a diet hun. 

 

Never said that. 

 

Only diet huns would get upset about winding up rangers fans when we are actually playing them. 

 

We'd have done it whoever we were playing on the actual day. It just so happened to be Rangers. 

 

Only a diet would twist it and remember it as cheering Hibs goals as opposed to winding up the fans of the team who we were actually playing on the day. 

 

Nice try to twist something it wasn't tho. 

Sad, but nice try. 

 

 

 

 

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Hmfc1965
3 minutes ago, Bazzas right boot said:

 

Never said that. 

 

Only diet huns would get upset about winding up rangers fans when we are actually playing them. 

 

We'd have done it whoever we were playing on the actual day. It just so happened to be Rangers. 

 

Only a diet would twist it and remember it as cheering Hibs goals as opposed to winding up the fans of the team who we were actually playing on the day. 

 

Nice try to twist something it wasn't tho. 

Sad, but nice try. 

 

 

 

 

Fundamentally it's cheering Hibs goals however you try to twist it.

Would the same have happened if we'd been playing Inverness?

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The Hogfather
11 minutes ago, Hmfc1965 said:

I'm not saying you did. Plenty did though.  It was the last game of the 14-15 season. 


Was that the day they were knocked from 2nd to 3rd? Would understand some doing it for the wind up. 
 

10 minutes ago, Hmfc1965 said:

Not Cheering Hibs goals does not make you a diet hun. 


His feelings towards Hibs playing Rangers is well known. I wouldn’t bother. 

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Hmfc1965
Just now, Nunya Business said:


Was that the day they were knocked from 2nd to 3rd? Would understand some doing it for the wind up. 
 


His feelings towards Hibs playing Rangers is well known. I wouldn’t bother. 

It was yes.

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Bazzas right boot
19 minutes ago, Hmfc1965 said:

Fundamentally it's cheering Hibs goals however you try to twist it.

Would the same have happened if we'd been playing Inverness?

 

 

Fundamentally it's taking the piss out of the fans of the team you are playing on the day. 

 

Anyone taking Anything else from it has issues or looking to agitate. 

 

100% it would have happened v ICT if we were playing them, although slagging rangers fans and taking the piss out of them is  way more Fun. 

 

It would also have happened if you reverse rangers and Hibs. 

 

Nobody was cheering Hibs, they Were taking the piss out of rangers. 

 

If that annoys you then it's your problem, especially years later. 

Only a diet would be upset and take anything else from it imo. 

 

 

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Hmfc1965
3 minutes ago, Bazzas right boot said:

 

 

Fundamentally it's taking the piss out of the fans of the team you are playing on the day. 

 

Anyone taking Anything else from it has issues or looking to agitate. 

 

100% it would have happened v ICT if we were playing them, although slagging rangers fans and taking the piss out of them is  way more Fun. 

 

It would also have happened if you reverse rangers and Hibs. 

 

Nobody was cheering Hibs, they Were taking the piss out of rangers. 

 

If that annoys you then it's your problem, especially years later. 

Only a diet would be upset and take anything else from it imo. 

 

 

It probably backs up your point but it 100% would not have happened against Inverness,  or almost anyone else. Possibly Celtic. 

Anyway this is getting pointless. 

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