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(Original post by Raindance)
Tbh, there's nothing wrong with Sunderland. NEerners are brilliant at getting behind their teams.
let's not start sucking each others dicks just yet, i was just pissed off the other day at the scouse call centre i rang for my bank, the mindless bint was such a whining fart, i had to take it out on the nearest scouse contingent's which were unfortunately you.
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(Original post by durhamlad1)
let's not start sucking each others dicks just yet, i was just pissed off the other day at the scouse call centre i rang for my bank, the mindless bint was such a whining fart, i had to take it out on the nearest scouse contingent's which were unfortunately you.
Again, no need for an apostrophe. Pluralisation does not require one.
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(Original post by durhamlad1)
let's not start sucking each others dicks just yet, i was just pissed off the other day at the scouse call centre i rang for my bank, the mindless bint was such a whining fart, i had to take it out on the nearest scouse contingent's which were unfortunately you.
a. I'm going by experiences at SoL & St James's, don't flatter yourself
b. Irritating women aren't exclusive to Liverpool
c. I really couldn't care less.
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why not just call the thread liverpool f.c. and everton talk. yawn.
Well said young man. Glad you said that, because I was going to go to the extreme lengths of re-reading the entire thread and tallying each clubs conversation. But that sentance above.... just saved me the trouble. Have some rep for helping me not waste my time
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if anything this thread is more about chelsea than any other
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Considering most of the fans that post here seem to be Reds/Blues/Chelsea blues - it's not really a surprise.

Anyway, I'm off to uni tommorow so will have to spare you my daily talking of *******s
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Considering most of the fans that post here seem to be Reds/Blues/Chelsea blues - it's not really a surprise.

Anyway, I'm off to uni tommorow so will have to spare you my daily talking of *******s
You forgot man utd fans :eek:
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Well said young man. Glad you said that, because I was going to go to the extreme lengths of re-reading the entire thread and tallying each clubs conversation. But that sentance above.... just saved me the trouble. Have some rep for helping me not waste my time
Okay, lets talk about Arsenal.

I will start with the word 'decline'.

Please comment.
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Rainy
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(Original post by ChrisH2107)
I will start with the word 'decline'.

Please comment.
de·cline (d-kln)
v. de·clined, de·clin·ing, de·clines
v. intr.
To express polite refusal.

To slope downward; descend.
To bend downward; droop.
To degrade or lower oneself; condescend.
To deteriorate gradually; fail.

To sink, as the setting sun.
To draw to a gradual close; wane.

v. tr.
To refuse politely: I declined their offer of help. See Synonyms at refuse1.
To cause to slope or bend downward.
Grammar. To inflect (a noun, a pronoun, or an adjective) for number and case.

n.
The process or result of declining, especially a gradual deterioration.
A downward movement.
The period when something approaches an end.
A downward slope; a declivity.
A disease that gradually weakens or wastes the body.


Begins with a 'd', ends with an 'e'. Coincidentally the latter of these two letters follows the former in alphabetical order.
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I'd never go on a night out with robin van persie i'd 'decline' if he asked me
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(Original post by kpg)
Anyway, I'm off to uni tommorow so will have to spare you my daily talking of *******s
You're... you're leaving me? :eek: :bawling:
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I've been at uni since the 17th! :eek:
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Which one?

Off to imperial tommorow and my halls are in.........Chelsea........ :rolleyes:
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I feel weird, i'm not intoxicated at all but someone told me to look at both these pictures and i'm still laughing 10 hours on since i was in school.

http://www.fun-1.org/images/jimrosenthal.jpg
http://www.places-to-visit.co.uk/Barn%20Owl%201.jpg
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(Original post by Raindance)
de·cline (d-kln)
v. de·clined, de·clin·ing, de·clines
v. intr.
To express polite refusal.

To slope downward; descend.
To bend downward; droop.
To degrade or lower oneself; condescend.
To deteriorate gradually; fail.

To sink, as the setting sun.
To draw to a gradual close; wane.

v. tr.
To refuse politely: I declined their offer of help. See Synonyms at refuse1.
To cause to slope or bend downward.
Grammar. To inflect (a noun, a pronoun, or an adjective) for number and case.

n.
The process or result of declining, especially a gradual deterioration.
A downward movement.
The period when something approaches an end.
A downward slope; a declivity.
A disease that gradually weakens or wastes the body.


Begins with a 'd', ends with an 'e'. Coincidentally the latter of these two letters follows the former in alphabetical order.
Most relevant.
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Which one?

Off to imperial tommorow and my halls are in.........Chelsea........ :rolleyes:
University of London silly. Your halls are in SW3? :eek:
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i had read the first five pages of posts before i realised there are 29000 posts so im gonna give that a miss
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I feel weird, i'm not intoxicated at all but someone told me to look at both these pictures and i'm still laughing 10 hours on since i was in school.

http://www.fun-1.org/images/jimrosenthal.jpg
http://www.places-to-visit.co.uk/Barn%20Owl%201.jpg
Jim was funny. The owl is too cute.
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University of London silly. Your halls are in SW3? :eek:
Which college though?

Halls are in SW6
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Which college though?

Halls are in SW6
Goldsmiths which is located in New Cross. :rolleyes:

Chelsea is SW3 not SW6. SW6 is Fulham.
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