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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by 101Walterton » 01 Jun 2019, 9:28pm

Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:53pm
Marky Dread wrote:
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Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:05pm
Marky Dread wrote:
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Even worse , they've decided to throw a party now. If this wakes her up again I'll go ape shit.
Ahh mate I understand his happiness but not his selfishness
Sorry but if Sunderland had won the Champions league I would be kicking next door's windows in.
Not if they had a small baby surely mate. You can go out and celebrate anywhere in town. I understand the euphoria but not the lack of respect.
Oh yeah, they would all have to be over 18 if I was kicking their windows in.
Personally I would never kick in someone’s windows unless they were aged between 21- 49.

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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by Heston » 01 Jun 2019, 9:40pm

101Walterton wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 9:28pm
Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:53pm
Marky Dread wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:27pm
Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:05pm
Marky Dread wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 7:27pm


Ahh mate I understand his happiness but not his selfishness
Sorry but if Sunderland had won the Champions league I would be kicking next door's windows in.
Not if they had a small baby surely mate. You can go out and celebrate anywhere in town. I understand the euphoria but not the lack of respect.
Oh yeah, they would all have to be over 18 if I was kicking their windows in.
Personally I would never kick in someone’s windows unless they were aged between 21- 49.
Yeah, I was being harsh. I do sympathise with Tom but my point is football can bring about high emotions. As long as the neighbours aren't twats in general, I could forgive this one.
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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by BitterTom » 02 Jun 2019, 2:15am

Marky Dread wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 7:27pm
BitterTom wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 6:26pm
Marky Dread wrote:
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BitterTom wrote:
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Oh my God I could strangle this stupid arsehole neighbour screaming, literally screaming every minute of the match. Waking the baby up now. Dickhead.
Not good mate. I think it was a dull game but then after the two semi finals it was always bound to be an anti climax. Congrats to Liverpool.
Even worse , they've decided to throw a party now. If this wakes her up again I'll go ape shit.
Ahh mate I understand his happiness but not his selfishness
Yep, it was a restless night, and I work Sundays now as well, sigh.

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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by Marky Dread » 02 Jun 2019, 8:27am

Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 9:40pm
101Walterton wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 9:28pm
Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:53pm
Marky Dread wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:27pm
Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:05pm


Sorry but if Sunderland had won the Champions league I would be kicking next door's windows in.
Not if they had a small baby surely mate. You can go out and celebrate anywhere in town. I understand the euphoria but not the lack of respect.
Oh yeah, they would all have to be over 18 if I was kicking their windows in.
Personally I would never kick in someone’s windows unless they were aged between 21- 49.
Yeah, I was being harsh. I do sympathise with Tom but my point is football can bring about high emotions. As long as the neighbours aren't twats in general, I could forgive this one.
Right so you live next door to some really nice people. Turns out they are Newcastle fans and they've just won the Champions league final. You on the other hand have a small baby and have to work the next day. Still feel the same now? :mrgreen:
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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by Heston » 02 Jun 2019, 8:57am

Marky Dread wrote:
02 Jun 2019, 8:27am
Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 9:40pm
101Walterton wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 9:28pm
Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:53pm
Marky Dread wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:27pm


Not if they had a small baby surely mate. You can go out and celebrate anywhere in town. I understand the euphoria but not the lack of respect.
Oh yeah, they would all have to be over 18 if I was kicking their windows in.
Personally I would never kick in someone’s windows unless they were aged between 21- 49.
Yeah, I was being harsh. I do sympathise with Tom but my point is football can bring about high emotions. As long as the neighbours aren't twats in general, I could forgive this one.
Right so you live next door to some really nice people. Turns out they are Newcastle fans and they've just won the Champions league final. You on the other hand have a small baby and have to work the next day. Still feel the same now? :mrgreen:
Well now you bring Newcastle into it...
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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by Marky Dread » 02 Jun 2019, 9:28am

Heston wrote:
02 Jun 2019, 8:57am
Marky Dread wrote:
02 Jun 2019, 8:27am
Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 9:40pm
101Walterton wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 9:28pm
Heston wrote:
01 Jun 2019, 8:53pm


Oh yeah, they would all have to be over 18 if I was kicking their windows in.
Personally I would never kick in someone’s windows unless they were aged between 21- 49.
Yeah, I was being harsh. I do sympathise with Tom but my point is football can bring about high emotions. As long as the neighbours aren't twats in general, I could forgive this one.
Right so you live next door to some really nice people. Turns out they are Newcastle fans and they've just won the Champions league final. You on the other hand have a small baby and have to work the next day. Still feel the same now? :mrgreen:
Well now you bring Newcastle into it...
Oh and I forgot to mention that they party all night long playing WBTCORNR until day break.
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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by revbob » 02 Jun 2019, 11:40am

Is it still windy in here?

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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by 101Walterton » 02 Jun 2019, 4:41pm

I actually don’t mind the neighbours kicking off if it is a special occasion. Winning the ECL would be fair enough in my book it’s not like every time they play.
I have had a few good parties here (my 40th / 50th the missus 30/40/50 etc) and neighbours have never called noise control although they would have been entitled to so we are the same.

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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by BitterTom » 02 Jun 2019, 4:48pm

101Walterton wrote:
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I actually don’t mind the neighbours kicking off if it is a special occasion. Winning the ECL would be fair enough in my book it’s not like every time they play.
I have had a few good parties here (my 40th / 50th the missus 30/40/50 etc) and neighbours have never called noise control although they would have been entitled to so we are the same.
I get it was a one off but it was a long day in work as it was, feeling knackered. Put baby to bed, they go mental, not just cheering but screaming, for a few hours they kept waking her up and I knew we all had to sleep as I was back in today. I knew she'd be moaning today and she has, and disrupted her sleep pattern so she may be crap tonight. I get this is just one personal viewpoint, but even if it was my own team that won (United), I'd feel exactly the same.

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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by 101Walterton » 02 Jun 2019, 4:50pm

BitterTom wrote:
02 Jun 2019, 4:48pm
101Walterton wrote:
02 Jun 2019, 4:41pm
I actually don’t mind the neighbours kicking off if it is a special occasion. Winning the ECL would be fair enough in my book it’s not like every time they play.
I have had a few good parties here (my 40th / 50th the missus 30/40/50 etc) and neighbours have never called noise control although they would have been entitled to so we are the same.
I get it was a one off but it was a long day in work as it was, feeling knackered. Put baby to bed, they go mental, not just cheering but screaming, for a few hours they kept waking her up and I knew we all had to sleep as I was back in today. I knew she'd be moaning today and she has, and disrupted her sleep pattern so she may be crap tonight. I get this is just one personal viewpoint, but even if it was my own team that won (United), I'd feel exactly the same.
I feel your pain mate have been through that with 2 babies myself.

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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by BitterTom » 02 Jun 2019, 5:01pm

101Walterton wrote:
02 Jun 2019, 4:50pm
BitterTom wrote:
02 Jun 2019, 4:48pm
101Walterton wrote:
02 Jun 2019, 4:41pm
I actually don’t mind the neighbours kicking off if it is a special occasion. Winning the ECL would be fair enough in my book it’s not like every time they play.
I have had a few good parties here (my 40th / 50th the missus 30/40/50 etc) and neighbours have never called noise control although they would have been entitled to so we are the same.
I get it was a one off but it was a long day in work as it was, feeling knackered. Put baby to bed, they go mental, not just cheering but screaming, for a few hours they kept waking her up and I knew we all had to sleep as I was back in today. I knew she'd be moaning today and she has, and disrupted her sleep pattern so she may be crap tonight. I get this is just one personal viewpoint, but even if it was my own team that won (United), I'd feel exactly the same.
I feel your pain mate have been through that with 2 babies myself.
Sorry mate, sure you didn't take it this way but didn't want to sound like I'm the only one who's had this problem! But yeah, pain in the arse.

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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by Heston » 02 Jul 2019, 10:14am

Come on England, let's beat the heavily-backed Septic women tonight.
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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by Marky Dread » 02 Jul 2019, 11:16am

Heston wrote:
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Come on England, let's beat the heavily-backed Septic women tonight.
Yep come on!
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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by BitterTom » 02 Jul 2019, 5:05pm

Bad news. The lionesses have done fantastic this year though. Been a breath of fresh air watching the women's football this year, will certainly be paying more attention in the future.

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Re: Association Football Thread

Post by laxman » 02 Jul 2019, 5:13pm

BitterTom wrote:
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Bad news. The lionesses have done fantastic this year though. Been a breath of fresh air watching the women's football this year, will certainly be paying more attention in the future.
There are some penalties when you can just tell the person won’t score. Sadly with that run up that was one of them.

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