"Vile Chants" on Train Back from Liverpool

Isleworth_Bee

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This thread is absolute gold dust. I’m with @sonofabee on this, the interest around the GPG has gone back 10 years 😂😂

Mods please bring back “things that annoy you” thread, let’s get @mhead bee bee ramped up again.

Come on make it so.
 

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Got a PM via Facebook from the Anne Frank sticker man earlier today, asking for my phone number, but not able to provide his own phone number. Despite opening the conversation with me, has now blocked me.


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Port Vale when he was with all his mates of course.
Come on ......that was at 8am this morning and you wait until gone 10pm to post?
I think IMHO enough is enough,it's understood by all that you and others were subjected to accusations, but enough is enough now.
Most of this thread has nothing to do with the original "complaint", the authorities including the club say they will investigate, let them get on with it,stop the mud slinging and then debate the outcomes?
It really is getting to school yard antics.
 

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Come on ......that was at 8am this morning and you wait until gone 10pm to post?
yeah , he's blocked me now rather than at 8am when he was full of the rites of spring. Work it out yourself.
 

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Ok, in the example you gave then, of course, someone stepping in is a positive. So my answers would be stand up and see it through.

Not sure how that’s relevant to me being bemused at people bragging online about their fighting prowess.
Stand up and see it through is an answer I was hoping to see.
Good man👍
 

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yeah , he's blocked me now rather than at 8am when he was full of the rites of spring. Work it out yourself.
Too tired to work anything out bud, my post just now worked it out IMO.
All I will say is, you were both on FB asking for numbers, would have been just as easy to call on messenger ?
 

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Too tired to work anything out bud, my post just now worked it out IMO.
All I will say is, you were both on FB asking for numbers, would have been just as easy to call on messenger ?
Just swipe right
 

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Too tired to work anything out bud, my post just now worked it out IMO.
All I will say is, you were both on FB asking for numbers, would have been just as easy to call on messenger ?
The sexual tension is unbearable.
 

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I'll head off the next post...

Mori. A nonce is a slang term for an adult who "interferes" with children and / or teenagers.

The word ‘nonce’ actually originates from an ‘official’ prison term - Not Of Normal Criminal Element. In other words, the nonce wing was for people who couldn’t hold their own with, or be victimised by armed robbers, muggers, yardies and the BYE.

The GPG. Full of nutcases, AND educational.
 

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The word ‘nonce’ actually originates from an ‘official’ prison term - Not Of Normal Criminal Element. In other words, the nonce wing was for people who couldn’t hold their own with, or be victimised by armed robbers, muggers, yardies and the BYE.

The GPG. Full of nutcases, AND educational.
It thought Nonce stood for Not on Normal Courtyard Exercise, Wharf is Warehouse At River Front and the colours of the rainbow are remembered using Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain.
:backtotopic:
Ps. Brentford v Manchester United tonight.
 

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The word ‘nonce’ actually originates from an ‘official’ prison term - Not Of Normal Criminal Element. In other words, the nonce wing was for people who couldn’t hold their own with, or be victimised by armed robbers, muggers, yardies and the BYE.

The GPG. Full of nutcases, AND educational.
Some would liken the GPG to a prison
 

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It thought Nonce stood for Not on Normal Courtyard Exercise, Wharf is Warehouse At River Front and the colours of the rainbow are remembered using Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain.
:backtotopic:
Ps. Brentford v Manchester United tonight.
Calling shenanigans on that “wharf” etymology
 

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History is often best left in the past though.
When it suits you ? I’ve no idea where you’re trying to take this conversation with sheerwater but you really need to understand a little bit of history to actually join in….or just don’t bother 🙄
 

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You'll never be old school top table. But if you want to try for promotion, I'll be in the Dug Out bar tonight. I'm 5ft. 6, bald and wear a cap. Everyone knows me.
Your Wikipedia page says 5Ft 2"?

Actually my mistake, that's some bloke called Bill 😄
 

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When it suits you ? I’ve no idea where you’re trying to take this conversation with sheerwater but you really need to understand a little bit of history to actually join in….or just don’t bother 🙄
Why does it suit me?

I wasn’t trying to take the conversation anywhere, I made one observation that I found it amusing seeing grown ups talking about joining up (which won’t happen) to fight the group referenced in the OP and that they’d only need a very small number of them to take on the whole group of youngsters.

I’m not sure what the successful fighting records of those posters (if that’s not what was meant by their history then please correct me) has to do with me finding the thought of people sitting behind their keyboard saying how ‘hard’ they are amusing.

No reflection on how well they can, or could, fight just the whole thing amusing me.
 

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Why does it suit me?

I wasn’t trying to take the conversation anywhere, I made one observation that I found it amusing seeing grown ups talking about joining up (which won’t happen) to fight the group referenced in the OP and that they’d only need a very small number of them to take on the whole group of youngsters.

I’m not sure what the successful fighting records of those posters (if that’s not what was meant by their history then please correct me) has to do with me finding the thought of people sitting behind their keyboard saying how ‘hard’ they are amusing.

No reflection on how well they can, or could, fight just the whole thing amusing me.
:whoosh::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

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Why does it suit me?

I wasn’t trying to take the conversation anywhere, I made one observation that I found it amusing seeing grown ups talking about joining up (which won’t happen) to fight the group referenced in the OP and that they’d only need a very small number of them to take on the whole group of youngsters.

I’m not sure what the successful fighting records of those posters (if that’s not what was meant by their history then please correct me) has to do with me finding the thought of people sitting behind their keyboard saying how ‘hard’ they are amusing.

No reflection on how well they can, or could, fight just the whole thing amusing me.

Could I recommend an interesting series of documentaries about hooliganism?
It’s called Green Street. You may also find it amusing.
 

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Why does it suit me?

I wasn’t trying to take the conversation anywhere, I made one observation that I found it amusing seeing grown ups talking about joining up (which won’t happen) to fight the group referenced in the OP and that they’d only need a very small number of them to take on the whole group of youngsters.

I’m not sure what the successful fighting records of those posters (if that’s not what was meant by their history then please correct me) has to do with me finding the thought of people sitting behind their keyboard saying how ‘hard’ they are amusing.

No reflection on how well they can, or could, fight just the whole thing amusing me.

Sitting behind a keyboard typing that stuff is a seriously impressive skill. Some find it hard enough facing the keys to form logical sentences.
 

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This is turning into a my Dad is bigger than your Dad thread!!

:pop: :pop:
You can’t say that, my dads dead! You and me outside, no tools in 5 minutes.
Whatever you do don’t be a melt and get a mate to anonymously phone the OB and tell them there’s a meet and it’s all gonna kick off as they might get there and stop it happening(make sure he gives them the right time and directions if you do though as last time I actually had to fight in the end )
 

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You can’t say that, my dads dead! You and me outside, no tools in 5 minutes.
Whatever you do don’t be a melt and get a mate to anonymously phone the OB and tell them there’s a meet and it’s all gonna kick off as they might get there and stop it happening(make sure he gives them the right time and directions if you do though as last time I actually had to fight in the end )

As it turns out, my Dad is dead as well. Still happy to meet in 5 minutes though, but perhaps we'll just have a cup of Earl Grey.

:sorted:
 

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Why does it suit me?

I wasn’t trying to take the conversation anywhere, I made one observation that I found it amusing seeing grown ups talking about joining up (which won’t happen) to fight the group referenced in the OP and that they’d only need a very small number of them to take on the whole group of youngsters.

I’m not sure what the successful fighting records of those posters (if that’s not what was meant by their history then please correct me) has to do with me finding the thought of people sitting behind their keyboard saying how ‘hard’ they are amusing.

No reflection on how well they can, or could, fight just the whole thing amusing me.
Oh dear :whoosh:
 

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As it turns out, my Dad is dead as well. Still happy to meet in 5 minutes though, but perhaps we'll just have a cup of Earl Grey.

:sorted:

Yeah but when we’re near the big boys we’ll swear a bit and call each other funny bantz names and talk about fighting, that’ll impress them
 

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Calling shenanigans on that “wharf” etymology
The word wharf comes from the Old English hwearf, cognate to the Old Dutch word werf, which both evolved to mean "yard", an outdoor place where work is done, like a shipyard (Dutch: scheepswerf) or a lumberyard (Dutch: houtwerf).

Can't remember where I heard it from first. It may have been in an issue of TITS
 
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