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37 minutes ago, Bulgaria said:

Yep, had this issue today, was at on the north in the end section next to the kop, the guy behind not only kept banging my seat but the stench coming off him was a mixture of 3 week old pit sweat and rancid horse manure. It made me want to gag.

If your on here you were sat row 23 on a seat between 9 and 2.

 

Get thee Sen weshed you stink.

 

FAKE NEWS

The North End of the Kop has seat numbers around 200+

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52 minutes ago, i used to be sc_owl said:

The worst was on the coach back from Wembley. This little demon child had been weeing about on the chair behind me all the way down to London. On way back I made the kid and Dad move to my seat so I could sit behind them. 

 

The kid was running about throwing things and opening and closing the toilet door wafting lovely scents through the whole coach. 

 

I hate children. 

should have sat them next to the emergency door I think you can guess the rest lol 

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30 minutes ago, Cpt_Hatstand said:

 

FAKE NEWS

The North End of the Kop has seat numbers around 200+

 

Read it properly.

 

He said ' was at on the north in the end section next to the kop', thus placing him in the North stand, not Kop.

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I normally sit on row ZZ on the Kop so I can stand as there's no-one behind me (I hate sitting at football matches). I can't see a thing, the roof obscures half of the big screen but at least I can stand (and I won't get kicked).

 

I think you were overly patient. Next time have a word with the kid as well as the dad...

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11 minutes ago, Lincs Owl said:

 

Read it properly.

 

He said ' was at on the north in the end section next to the kop', thus placing him in the North stand, not Kop.

 

Bugger

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1 hour ago, i used to be sc_owl said:

How do you handle it? 

 

I seem to always get a kid sat behind me that spends the whole match kicking my seat. When you have a back problem, it’s not great. 

 

Had it again today with a kid kicking the back of my chair for the whole game, but as an added bonus also kicking through the gap into my jeans directly. 

 

Had a word with the Dad but kept happening. Had another word. Kept happening. At what point is it acceptable to actually lose your cool with this? 

 

I’m just over six foot tall and manage to go a whole game without kicking or touching the seas in front of me. If your little brat can’t stop kicking the chair in front, don’t take them to the match. 

 

Not fun spending the rest of the day with a painful back. 

 

Rant over. 

A good fart in their area normally clears a few seats behind.Its a bit harder when there's a big crowd as there aren't many seats for them to move to

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4 minutes ago, Waddlesdiamondlights said:

A good fart in their area normally clears a few seats behind.Its a bit harder when there's a big crowd as there aren't many seats for them to move to

WTF:WTF::ph34r:

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Its the people in front which does my head in,   seat bangs into my knees

 

Also on another subject on the plane is another matter

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Cpt_Hatstand said:

 

FAKE NEWS

The North End of the Kop has seat numbers around 200+

I was on the north, not the kop.

 

 

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Offer to swap seats so the little brat can have a better view. You will be seen as a kind thoughtful (coniving) person.

Win win

 

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3 hours ago, i used to be sc_owl said:

How do you handle it? 

 

I seem to always get a kid sat behind me that spends the whole match kicking my seat. When you have a back problem, it’s not great. 

 

Had it again today with a kid kicking the back of my chair for the whole game, but as an added bonus also kicking through the gap into my jeans directly. 

 

Had a word with the Dad but kept happening. Had another word. Kept happening. At what point is it acceptable to actually lose your cool with this? 

 

I’m just over six foot tall and manage to go a whole game without kicking or touching the seas in front of me. If your little brat can’t stop kicking the chair in front, don’t take them to the match. 

 

Not fun spending the rest of the day with a painful back. 

 

Rant over. 

If the kid is 60ish  and the dad is 80ish then I think it's too late to teach them respect . 

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25 minutes ago, A12owl said:

If the kid is 60ish  and the dad is 80ish then I think it's too late to teach them respect . 

lol

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2 hours ago, Onge said:

I normally sit on row ZZ on the Kop so I can stand as there's no-one behind me (I hate sitting at football matches). I can't see a thing, the roof obscures half of the big screen but at least I can stand (and I won't get kicked).

 

I think you were overly patient. Next time have a word with the kid as well as the dad...

I feel like you're missing out on the fun. So, I'll come up to you at the Wigan game. Shins or testicles?! :Pelupessy:

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5 hours ago, FreshOwl said:

Sounds like an episode of curb your enthusiasm 

 

picturing you having the stare off with the kid 

Cue the theme music.

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5 hours ago, parkfieldowl14 said:

you can count yourself lucky that the bus didn't crash given the way the kids were farting about. :tango:

 

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Neat bit of parking that!

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6 hours ago, Spencerowl said:

 

I find fat people the worst, used to sit next to one who would eat his own body weight throughout the game, perched his enormous girth half way onto my seat, sweet wrappers everywhere, Pie box, plastic forks, chips, bottles of coke, I think he thought it was a Buffett. Then 5-10 mins wheezing because of the walk up the stairs - but then I generally hate people TBF 

Definitely mate. If one sits next to me on the tram I just look them in the eye then get up and move to the nearest free seat, making absolutely clear they are the reason I moved. I've given up thinking of their feelings. They don't think of mine when the're smothering me with their blubber and "fat smell".

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Posted (edited)

I was very conscious of this yesterday, after a couple of times, I even made my boys out their feet behind my legs so they couldn't touch the chairs in front as it annoys me someone kicking my chair behind. 

 

Problem solved, now as for the verbal diarrhea and not shutting up and talking rounduns, I do apologise to the people near me in the grandstand sorry

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9 hours ago, A12owl said:

If the kid is 60ish  and the dad is 80ish then I think it's too late to teach them respect . 

He wasnt sat in the south stand. :tango:

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Come on T1, on the North stand. We’re all stood up. Dont get that problem here

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If they are really little, suck it up mate. Depends on how old the kid is i suppose. Took my 3 yr old daughter to her first game yesterday and she's well behaved and follows instructions but i imagine she probably gave the seat in front a few kicks without realising. Doesnt make you a bad parent (as some have suggested) unfortunately it's probably not on purpose.

 

If the kid is older and can control themselves then maybe it is and maybe a few turning stares is about as far as i'd go

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