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Come on guys just listen to Elsa

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Deflected from the points I made none the less. At least what I said had substance
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Come on guys just listen to Elsa

You made me chuckle.
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Come on guys just listen to Elsa
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You know as a sub you get a bigger avatar? Take that opportunity before it runs out.
Thanks for the tip. :hat2:
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https://vine.co/v/OQqxU7KFzKY

I'm done.
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Holy moley.

Had an interview today and the Account Manager interviewing me was my fling's (from Law School) friend (and another lady, the director). She does not know who I am and hope she does not find out. Because the job interview went very well. Think I have a good general approach for the interviews now, they always ask the (broadly) same questions I have realised.


Probably the best interview I have sat yet.

Strange territory tbh, was flirting along... in an interview...
Bad idea to try and **** her.

I get into some stupid situations.
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Mario snapchatting a naked pic with a guy behind him is surely gayer.

I reckon he would be dtf (DOWN.TO.****) irl tbh.
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What is it with all this 'das it mane' nonsense these days? And why do people insist on referring to themselves as 'man'? I see it all the time now "Man has to go do this anyway", "Man's had enough of this ****". Is this one of the trendy phases kids do now?

That's something I was thinking about earlier actually, saw some little kids riding their bikes down the field when I was walking the dog, got me thinking how much I missed that. If I want to ride a bike now, I have to cycle on the road with a helmet on, unless I want to get nicked by the bobbies. Same that I see a group of kids now and they all have their skinny jeans & trendy clothes on, that weird grade 0 on the sides haircut & their iPhones glued to their hand. I remember when I was a kid, it was trackies & a football, jumpers for goalposts, sorted. Kids now just seem soft.

It saddens me when I think I'll never be that young & carefree again :moon:
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If you're not from London, then you've only got one chance, be Scottish. Unbelievable people

Imagine being from Hull or Stoke and trying to be proud of your town. IN B4 bnp. Not sure what Hull was like before their fantasies about Islamification , (there was an episode on Only Fools) but a choice between ISIS and these awful rugby league towns is a tough one

At least ISIS have their **** together. man from Oldham cant organise porridge in an oathouse
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What is it with all this 'das it mane' nonsense these days? And why do people insist on referring to themselves as 'man'? I see it all the time now "Man has to go do this anyway", "Man's had enough of this ****". Is this one of the trendy phases kids do now?

That's something I was thinking about earlier actually, saw some little kids riding their bikes down the field when I was walking the dog, got me thinking how much I missed that. If I want to ride a bike now, I have to cycle on the road with a helmet on, unless I want to get nicked by the bobbies. Same that I see a group of kids now and they all have their skinny jeans & trendy clothes on, that weird grade 0 on the sides haircut & their iPhones glued to their hand. I remember when I was a kid, it was trackies & a football, jumpers for goalposts, sorted. Kids now just seem soft.

It saddens me when I think I'll never be that young & carefree again :moon:
Have a listen of this I'm sure it'll make you feel different



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Millwall also have that ''we're absolutely ***** and nobody likes us'' mentality. The racist Chelsea fans use this mentality as a proxy.

BRB ''10 German bombers in the..'' at the check in for Glasgow to Benidorm

One club was bought out by a Russian billionaire, who definitely is an honest fella
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(Original post by TornadoGR4)
What is it with all this 'das it mane' nonsense these days? And why do people insist on referring to themselves as 'man'? I see it all the time now "Man has to go do this anyway", "Man's had enough of this ****". Is this one of the trendy phases kids do now?

That's something I was thinking about earlier actually, saw some little kids riding their bikes down the field when I was walking the dog, got me thinking how much I missed that. If I want to ride a bike now, I have to cycle on the road with a helmet on, unless I want to get nicked by the bobbies. Same that I see a group of kids now and they all have their skinny jeans & trendy clothes on, that weird grade 0 on the sides haircut & their iPhones glued to their hand. I remember when I was a kid, it was trackies & a football, jumpers for goalposts, sorted. Kids now just seem soft.

It saddens me when I think I'll never be that young & carefree again :moon:
You just put a downer on my all nighter, man! *back to dissertation*
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End of the day, Chelsea positioned themselves the day they backed John Terry


ban these racists for life, but JT is writing the programme notes?

Next week a guest column from Adolph Eichmann discusses racism at his local coffeee shop

You couldnt make it up
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London is a special place..

Arrived back from china yesterday, and as per usual, my mental soundtrack when I am travelling through london is:



serriously.. this video is over 4 years old, and their number has only increased.. london = ******** capital of the country by a long way..

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need to post more about china, place is crazy
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London has those hipster types but in no way is it a majority
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I really hate how CL games are always shown at the same time. Both games tonight are interesting to watch
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china though...

So many chinese people.. go to a 'small city' in china, and it has more people then london..

Anyway, the food is the reason to go. honestly, chinese takeway just does not cut it. its barely representative of one small area in china, and even then its a very english take on it...

Sat in a resteraunt one night that specialise in barbequed meat on sticks.. 4 of us, waiter piling out with more and more sticks of delicious chinese meat.. and vedge.. comes out and says 'these green plants.. good for penis.. make strong' - well ok...

Chicken breast, leg, pork, chicken heart, chicken stomach, cows stomach, pigs feet, frogs legs, sea cucomber..

Swear there were chinese chefs out the back just saying 'what else can we shove on a stick for these stupid english to eat'

Poor chicken is looking over in the corner scared.. he knows they dont waste any part.

After a few hours, and more food then I thought was possible, Im thinking 'ok, this is enough.. this is to much.. did not even bring that much money with me, and although its lovely, ive just had to to much..'

I ask for the bill, and he comes back with a note saying £14 (equiv)

For 4 peoples meal... full starters, tons of mains, chinese puddings, and lots of drinks..

hand goes back up 'yes waiter.. I think were goning to carry on for a bit...'

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Serriously though, its wierd there price wise.. luxory goods and electronics are about the same price as in england.. good branded clothes and the like, and bassically anything that you dont need, there is very little difference in price.

But everything that you need.. food, accomodation, feul, etc. - is just dirt cheap.

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Good place to go though, north china.. really not an international tourist area, so you do get quite a unique trip. everything is so cold and frozen over there, that they just go nuts with ice.

Ice castles, ice theme parks, frozen lakes covered with ice slides and ice skating... tones of ice sculptures through the streets etc.

none of it would happen in england - even if we were that cold. They just had raised patches of polished ice for kids to play on and slide on, in the streets - made of these big foot squared peices of ice.. ****ing lethal though, so slippery. but great fun.

Would recomend it though.. if you want somewhere a bit different to go, and can put up with the long flights, then its a dirt cheap place to visit, great food, great drink, really friendly locals and things like this, that well, atleast I, have never seen anything like before:
(entirely ice)
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china though...

So many chinese people.. go to a 'small city' in china, and it has more people then london..

Anyway, the food is the reason to go. honestly, chinese takeway just does not cut it. its barely representative of one small area in china, and even then its a very english take on it...

Sat in a resteraunt one night that specialise in barbequed meat on sticks.. 4 of us, waiter piling out with more and more sticks of delicious chinese meat.. and vedge.. comes out and says 'these green plants.. good for penis.. make strong' - well ok...

Chicken breast, leg, pork, chicken heart, chicken stomach, cows stomach, pigs feet, frogs legs, sea cucomber..

Swear there were chinese chefs out the back just saying 'what else can we shove on a stick for these stupid english to eat'

Poor chicken is looking over in the corner scared.. he knows they dont waste any part.

After a few hours, and more food then I thought was possible, Im thinking 'ok, this is enough.. this is to much.. did not even bring that much money with me, and although its lovely, ive just had to to much..'

I ask for the bill, and he comes back with a note saying £14 (equiv)

For 4 peoples meal... full starters, tons of mains, chinese puddings, and lots of drinks..

hand goes back up 'yes waiter.. I think were goning to carry on for a bit...'

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Serriously though, its wierd there price wise.. luxory goods and electronics are about the same price as in england.. good branded clothes and the like, and bassically anything that you dont need, there is very little difference in price.

But everything that you need.. food, accomodation, feul, etc. - is just dirt cheap.

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:lol: bahahaha
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