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Iron Hunter

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  1. Whilst looking through his adult mag "Big Boys Get There Rods Out",12year old Taz(not Needy Sadboy Tas) felt his Y-Fronts growing steadily larger.Young Taz's (not Needy Sadboy Tas) mother shouted up..Taz! (Not Needy Sadboy Tas)"There's someone at the door to see you and he's saying he's better and generally superior to you" explained the mother.Taz(not the Needy Sadboy) was furious about this intrusion and obvious web of lies.The interruption had also caused the unexpected vinegar stroke to "cum" to fruition.Taz(not the needy Sadboy) hurled himself down the stairs with his trousers still round his ankles."Are you still reading and doing things with those men magazines?" asked Taz's (not Needy Sadboy) mother. "Who's at the door!!?" Screamed Taz(not Needy Sadboy Tas from The Dressing Room).The door opened and who should walk in but 1960s band,"The Seekers". "What do you want?" growled Taz(not the Needy Sadboy)."We hear you've been doing things with the magazine 'Big Boys Get There Rods Out' and we've also come to tell you that we are better and more superior than you" explained The Seekers. "Impossible!" Sniggered Taz(not Needy Sadboy Tas). "We've come to warn you that if you don't stop being a pretentious p***k, people are going to just pretend to be your pal to satisfy your inflated ego." explained The Seekers.Taz(not the Needy Sadboy) who had a striking resemblence to Kevin off The Harry Enfield Show, was stung by this criticism but being the arrogant bully he is, wouldn't admit it.The Seekers had now got Taz's(not the needy Sadboy Tas) attention.

    You see, this is how Taz(not the needy Sadboy Tas) became an ATTENTION - SEEKER.

    Any similarities in names and plot lines are purely coincidental. ..


  2. Any moves you like. I'm more of a slow dance man my myself.

    I tried to get people involved at the Blackburn game on the North at half time, there was about a dozen of us throwing down some shapes when 2 Unlimited came on.

    Was it you and your mates doing the "David Brent" on the North for the Cardiff game during Milan's speech?

  3. Mayhem ensued at the food outlet behind the Kop when I gave the charming young assistant £10.30 (a £10 note, a 20p and a 10p) when asked for £5.30. The cogs behind the eyes jammed with confusion as she walked back and forth to the till, firstly querying that I'd given her too much and then not figuring out the simple explanation "It makes it easier for you and I don't end up with a pocket full of greasy metal"... Stepping outside into a parallel universe before returning several moments later, she made another round trip from the till to give me back my 30p and then spent a further several valuable minutes punching in "10.00 - 5.30" into the communal calculator to work out the change. Fortunately, the device was not already in use and had large numbers on it so a further substantial delay was avoided.

    Definitely a true story!
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  4. Mayhem ensued at the food outlet behind the Kop when I gave the charming young assistant £10.30 (a £10 note, a 20p and a 10p) when asked for £5.30. The cogs behind the eyes jammed with confusion as she walked back and forth to the till, firstly querying that I'd given her too much and then not figuring out the simple explanation "It makes it easier for you and I don't end up with a pocket full of greasy metal"... Stepping outside into a parallel universe before returning several moments later, she made another round trip from the till to give me back my 30p and then spent a further several valuable minutes punching in "10.00 - 5.30" into the communal calculator to work out the change. Fortunately, the device was not already in use and had large numbers on it so a further substantial delay was avoided.

    lol
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  5. In Genoa, it is now the fashion to pin a live frog to the shoulder blade, stand in a bucket and say 'bibble' to passers by.

    UTO :biggrin:

    If I admit to being in love, sorry, head over heels in love with Satan and all his,his little wizards, you will hang me in a vat of warm marmalade....AND remove my testicles with a blunt instrument (sieve).
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  6. the rest of the season was very average.

     

    Any expected fireworks didn't happen straight away.

     

    Then the next season was amazing.

     

    The same will happen again so patience.

     

    I have no sound logic to back this up btw..

     

    lol

    Yep, I agree.Next season could be just the same.We need to be patient.I get the feeling on here that people think Wednesday will win the league in a canter with Nugent and Wickham scoring 20 each.Love to be wrong.

  7. I just think this makes it more interesting. I want to see out of all the people who think Gray is the right man for the job who has the bottle to back up their beliefs,I'll even let you have the summer to see who he signs I'm that confident.

    Lets give Gray a chance mate.If it doesn't work out, so be it.But lets remember, even Mourinhio and Wenger would struggle on the budget we have/going to have.
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  8. Only ever present season for me and a mate was 86/87 including night matches at West Ham and Southampton!

    I have no idea how we did it as we were still at school. Must have delivered thousands of papers to fund that season and told a few porkies to get the afternoon off

    Remember every home game buying the match tickets for the next away game and the Inter City Owl coach. London trips were £5. We were always delighted when we got Coach number 1 with the big boys. I think a guy called Steve Lindley was number 1 fan in those days, never missed a game

    Highlight that season as a 16 year old was sitting next to Leslie Ash at Oxford when she was married to Chapman

    Happy Days

    . Don't tell Shandypants about Lesley and Lee!

  9. Only ever present season for me and a mate was 86/87 including night matches at West Ham and Southampton!

    I have no idea how we did it as we were still at school. Must have delivered thousands of papers to fund that season and told a few porkies to get the afternoon off

    Remember every home game buying the match tickets for the next away game and the Inter City Owl coach. London trips were £5. We were always delighted when we got Coach number 1 with the big boys. I think a guy called Steve Lindley was number 1 fan in those days, never missed a game

    Highlight that season as a 16 year old was sitting next to Leslie Ash at Oxford when she was married to Chapman. Don't tell Shandypants about the Chapman/Ash bit!!

    Happy Days


  10. so many will jack it in, the next one you see will be new...

    and so on, and so on...

    besides, when you pay peanuts, ...

    See what you mean but had a paper round as a lad and never put papers in wrong doors.This DID pay "peanuts" but I always had pride in doing it right.These girls don't seem to give a s**t!
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