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ThistleWhistle last won the day on January 19

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  1. I was struggling with the wars, and their implications, carried out under the variants of his name: I was even more concerned that someone who misuses their version of god for their own purpose which contributes to genocide, famine, etc can get to the gates and simply say 'Ok, hands up, I was a bit of a dick down there but here's my "get out of jail free card" because I believe in the big man' can therefore be granted eternal happiness. However, the final straw is you now telling me it is 'him', and not gravity, responsible for my wife's saggy tits! They bad boys used to be majestic but after childbirth we did the pencil test and lost a laptop under the good one and a Staples warehouse under the wee lass's go to teat. If you can prey for them to be returned to their former glory; my Mrs vagina to no longer resemble The Garden Tomb following my daughter's massive fucking bonce ruining it and; if he has time, do something about starving disease riddled kids and also all the knob heads claiming to be doing things in 'his' omniscient name when they have the IQ of a parrot that struggles to request crackers I'll reconsider thanks.
  2. Paul Lambert

    Bit like Stoke's first season - surprised a few in the early parts of the season but points got harder to come by as teams worked us out. We signed Etherington and Beattie which changed the dynamic of the side enough to keep us up. Couple of decent signings and you'll be orate. Stoke need 9 points from next 5 games at least because run-in is pretty tricky.
  3. Out of the door with socks after Christmas where people had obviously felt I warranted a gift but not any thought. A bizarre set I got included a pair for each day of the week with the day stated on the sole - as I have no intention of taking my shoes off in the office to utilise my feet as a diary system saw no benefit in maintaining these in pairs post first wear. Last week the boiler was on the blink so the house was freezing and my good wife was pure ganting for a heaty up to the point relations were permissible on a week night. I got to the bedroom to find the old nighty top still fully buttoned, woolly socks left on and granny belly snapping pants pulled to one side. It had been a fortnight so I wasn’t complaining and thought I too would get away with wearing socks for the forthcoming activity. Unfortunately my wife takes one look and flaps the Bridget pants back in to position ‘What are you doing?’ I was about to protest about her attire when she threw me off guard by jumping out of bed and rummaging in my sock drawer. ‘You know I’m OCD and your trying to sh@g me wearing a Monday sock and a Saturday sock on a Thursday – how did you ever think that was going happen!’ My hopes were momentarily raised when she found the second Saturday sock but it was paired with a Christmas tree. Knowing I’d put a Thursday in the wash on Wednesday I decided to just go sleep as it’d be a good hour before my sock drawer was in order.
  4. Paul Lambert

    The ground is on a soulless expanse of waste ground so nowt near by. Stoke town centre is rough but there is a Weatherspoons (Wheatsheaf) and will be busy with fans - no idea on colours though as still have the odd knob head, Hanley is the 'city' centre with couple of good bars but been a few years since I've been there and it was a bit like something out of a zombie movie last time - quite a few fans drink there and get taxi/bus in. Best bars are in Newcastle under Lyme and about 10 minutes in a taxi away but not sure if many fans drink there to be honest. Hope you enjoy it. From the training sessions Stoke are going press but haven't got the stamina for it - if we don't score within 60 minutes can see you winning it as we run out of steam. Atmosphere should be decent for the first time in years though at least.
  5. Paul Lambert

    Reckon the thinking is if he had a 6 month deal or even 18 month the perception would be he was a stopgap to the summer. The 2.5 year makes it look like he's long term and will be supported but on the other hand wouldn't cost a fortune if someone bigger came available in the summer. Weirdly I think his job is safer if we get relegated.
  6. Paul Lambert

    Head scratcher of an appointment and could go massively mammary glands skyward. Being 137th choice currently seems to almost galvanised the fans into getting behind him though so if we beat Huddersfield he might keep us up – if we lose can see it turning very quickly. Think managers that can get low 30% win ratios short term are ten a penny to be honest and currently that’s all we need. If he keeps us up can see him getting punted for a sexier name whereas we go down he’ll probably get until Christmas the following season. So long as he puts a team out that looks like it could win a 50/50 or second ball would do me at the moment.
  7. Just me?

    Defending was p!sh throughout but I readily admit I was watching it thinking I should feel excited but it just wasn't there. Maybe down to having the wee lass and having other things to do at weekends but it's weird that such a massive interest in my life seems to have disappeared.
  8. Might be just because Scotland and Stoke are shit but I watched my first full 90 minute game of the season and not even a tingle when Aguero hit the side netting. I was in love with the game until a few years back where it became more out of habit but now I can go a full weekend without even checking the scores let alone watching highlights. Anyone else or is just a phase because my teams are toss?
  9. Coldest you have been..

    All the scientists are wrong - It's down to the bumming mate.
  10. I know aye I haven't been on since Christmas Eve and it feels like the time I missed a couple of episodes of Game of Thrones then the High Sparrow's suddenly bossing Kings Landing. Phart better watch his step or he'll be forced to walk bollock naked down Sauchiehall Street whilst getting pelted with an array of Greggs pastries on his road to redemption within the confines of 6 episodes if he's not careful.
  11. Folk who don't retweet or share posts but actually copy word for word your status. It's even more of a pisser when they get more likes than you
  12. I've never felt anything like Stoke scoring and 8000 folk going absolutely mental since - you could end up half way down the stand without your feet touching the ground. Great days.
  13. Wee lass when asked about favourite princess: August- Belle September - Belle October - Belle November - Belle December - Belle Santa goes heavy on Beauty and the Beast smugly finishing wrapping AM 23rd December 23rd December (PM) - wee lass pipes up 'I love Princess Jasmine the best' Me to Mrs Claus - 'why don't we do your culture this year, put all the presents back and just buy her a £5 dress some random time between February and April to do with moons then eat chicken for a week to celebrate year of the fire dog - I'll even ferment the rice' Mrs Claus offers a look that says if I want to pump her in that really slutty Christmas ensemble I've bought my arse is going ToysRus again!!! These bastards must be seriously mismanaged to be skint given the wedge I've spunked in there!!
  14. Children In Need

    Got be honest, I'm not a cynical individual but I struggle with the celebrity begging bowl on this one too. Two schemes that HMRC have rumbled has cost about £1bn in tax and they're getting excited about raising 5%-7% of this for good causes that their avoidance/evasion has effectively stolen from in the first place. The fact that it is all UK based work, things that should come from tax revenue, strengthens the point too as the hypocrisy is staggering - they're culpable in the suffering of these kids then come on the screen demanding we help fix it by effectively paying some of their tax really; it baffles me people don't get angry at it:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-40120027 For me I earn x means I pay y in tax - I lead a moderate lifestyle (1 house, 1 car, 1 dog, 1 holiday) and have money left over each month and if I get promoted again any extra spending will just be frivolous. I'm not interested in saving a bit here from saving off the top line or changing pension contributions to rob money off of Nation Insurance; the present culture of pure greed, look after number 1, needs fixed for me and that isn't going to happen with Doctor Who sitting in a bath of beans with the John Lewis monster hilariously washing his back or some other shite. Personally I don't donate to it as I think it is a charade and a farce. I wrestled with it for a while as wandered if I was turning in to a cynical miserable old bastard but on watching again a few years back decided on a different path. Personal choice, and my wife was getting sick of sh@gging me, so we're trying to adopt and, currently in the process, on seeing the inadequacy of social work facility and resource in the public sector it made me even more fukking livid at these bastards dodging their tax responsibilities.
  15. Not a slot

    Ahhh.....so that's where Paul used to stash the rabbit!