"Vile Chants" on Train Back from Liverpool

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Jesus wept...what the feck have I just read through...
How am I going to explain to my boss that I've done no work this morning as I was gripped catching up on this thread...不不不
 

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Jesus wept...what the feck have I just read through...
How am I going to explain to my boss that I've done no work this morning as I was gripped catching up on this thread...不不不
Watching last night in realtime was as gripping as binge watching Breaking Bad!
 

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There was so much to chew on.proper revelations !!!!
Honestly, @Pat K is my new favourite poster on this board.

Although he did play with my emotions with that video clip that didn't play, that was possibly just a screenshot...

I was ready with my popcorn waiting to see @Banana drop kick the kid, then run over to Tony "Rebus" Montana, pull a packet of Colombia's finest from his beard, then the video ending with @rebus soiling himself and posting it to Banana only to then blame it on the BYE.

I cant be the only one feeling let down and severely shortchanged...
 

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I'm not even gonna lie of course the context of the video on the train and stuff is bad and I don't like that at all but this threads been hilarious.

That come down the mosque and swear on the Holy Quran comment cracked me up absolute madness
 

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I heard that way before Ali G used it as I worked with a Trini 40 years ago, assumed it was common throughout the West Indies, but maybe not?
It is. It just doesn't necessarily mean gay everywhere else or even in Jamaica without "man". In Trinidad the perjorative for a gay man is buller man. I have no idea why though.
 

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Well without wishing to cheapen the subject matter of this thread, I must say, this has been one of the maddest threads we've had on the GPG in a long while.

Proper GPG mentalists in action!!!
Is Mentalist also a word for someone Gay?
 

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Well without wishing to cheapen the subject matter of this thread, I must say, this has been one of the maddest threads we've had on the GPG in a long while.

Proper GPG mentalists in action!!!
The worrying thing is they think they are the sane ones too its proper comedy gold
 

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I also found this thread mind bending yesterday. A couple of mates pointed me in the direction of this material that helped make sense of it.



I had a leave of absence from the GPG for 2-3 years so I missed it all when it happened. Thank you to anyone and everyone involved in removing these people from our BFC and putting yourselves at risk while doing so.

Part of the reason I switched off from here was that there were too many dodgy posts that were going unchallenged. A lot has changed in 3 years, thank you.
 

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For those asking about the stickers, the Time Article thread references the Anne Frank ones...
 

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You raise a good point and followers of Abrahamic religions can only be too mindful of the razing of Sodom & Gomorah for sinful practises. As John Calvin wrote that the voluntary spilling of semen outside of intercourse between a man and a woman is a monstrous thing.

Thus unnatural practices runs wider than mere battery (not to be confused with the methods of the former Leeds footballer in dealing with opponents).

Or a John said to the Apostles:

And the Lord spake unto Moses, in his third addendum to the ten commandments:

Thou shalt not take thy wife up the council gritter as it is vile and abominable and never on a Sunday.

Just when I thought Id read it all
 

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Well without wishing to cheapen the subject matter of this thread, I must say, this has been one of the maddest threads we've had on the GPG in a long while.

Proper GPG mentalists in action!!!
Its been quite something.

Even Mrs GB, who has little interest in football or Brentford, much less the GPG, read it from start to finish last night!
 

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Fantastic Albany memories. Thank you Banana and young Patrick. Halcyon days. ZOO ZOO ZOO!
 

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I also found this thread mind bending yesterday. A couple of mates pointed me in the direction of this material that helped make sense of it.



I had a leave of absence from the GPG for 2-3 years so I missed it all when it happened. Thank you to anyone and everyone involved in removing these people from our BFC and putting yourselves at risk while doing so.

Part of the reason I switched off from here was that there were too many dodgy posts that were going unchallenged. A lot has changed in 3 years, thank you.
Oh Christ.here we go again
 

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You raise a good point and followers of Abrahamic religions can only be too mindful of the razing of Sodom & Gomorah for sinful practises. As John Calvin wrote that the voluntary spilling of semen outside of intercourse between a man and a woman is a monstrous thing.

Thus unnatural practices runs wider than mere battery (not to be confused with the methods of the former Leeds footballer in dealing with opponents).

Or a John said to the Apostles:

And the Lord spake unto Moses, in his third addendum to the ten commandments:

Thou shalt not take thy wife up the council gritter as it is vile and abominable and never on a Sunday.
You ok hun?
 

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tbh I'd given up on the GPG but this thread has restored my faith in the madness of humanity. Good work people, loving it....... :sorted: :sorted:

I made a promise to myself not to bother posting on the GPG and in the words of Why Don't You, do something more constructive instead.
But in the words of Joe Pesci this thread has drawn me in.
I worked for Royal Mail Group/Post Office for 35 years and even that wasn't as loopy as this thread.
 

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Mori you crack me up ? Votb in the old days you used to have to lift the floor on the coach and wee over the prop shaft which had a habit off returning fluid back into the coach hence the phrase pi//eye pants
 

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I have in recent weeks frequently posted that the fun and lively debate that used to be a characteristic of the GPG had waned.
I take it all back, its a shame it took this topic to re energise this forum but well played to all the pimps, ponces and banjo players out there who have made the last 24 hours a guilty pleasure reading this thread.
 

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As John Calvin wrote that the voluntary spilling of semen outside of intercourse between a man and a woman is a monstrous thing.
I'm confused...
I went to a catholic school and the pull out method was the acceptable technique of choice according to Father Derek.
 

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I'm confused...
I went to a catholic school and the pull out method was the acceptable technique of choice according to Father Derek.
I don't think Calvin was totally aligned with the principles and teachings of the Church of Rome, particularly in this regard.

I particularly remember: When God wants to judge a nation, He gives them wicked rulers.
 

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I'm confused...
I went to a catholic school and the pull out method was the acceptable technique of choice according to Father Derek.
And to my father too . Although he was a driver for British Rail. Never pulled out in time
 

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And to my father too . Although he was a driver for British Rail. Never pulled out in time
I guess he always kept some wet wipes to hand?
 

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You raise a good point and followers of Abrahamic religions can only be too mindful of the razing of Sodom & Gomorah for sinful practises. As John Calvin wrote that the voluntary spilling of semen outside of intercourse between a man and a woman is a monstrous thing.

Thus unnatural practices runs wider than mere battery (not to be confused with the methods of the former Leeds footballer in dealing with opponents).

Or a John said to the Apostles:

And the Lord spake unto Moses, in his third addendum to the ten commandments:

Thou shalt not take thy wife up the council gritter as it is vile and abominable and never on a Sunday.
Great post are you related to Mori
 
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