Saints v blues match thread

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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby saynta » Sun 14 May 2017 3:58pm

BigMart wrote:We played poorly, the majority would think that... Dunstan made some horrendous errors... that was obvious

10 000 supporters on the wing had the sun directly in their eyes after HT

We beat a bottom 3 team by 2 goals... and over handballed

Nothing ground breaking there


19 points actually.

Bet the cats and the crows wish that they had 19 point wins.
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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby Goose is king » Sun 14 May 2017 4:01pm

That's what I took out of it too Saynta. We won a game we should whilst others didn't
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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby White Winmar » Sun 14 May 2017 4:06pm

A win is a win. It was no masterpiece, but bank the points and move along. Nothing to see here. Let's focus on next week.
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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby White Winmar » Sun 14 May 2017 4:17pm

I thought the term "wog" was now considered an "affectionate". It has changed in meaning and intent since the 70's and 80's when it most definitely was a term of derision. I was told by my early twenties son that the word c*nt is now also considered an affectionate. Mate is seen as a bit naff and a term of derision. Go figure. These days it's desireable amongs the young folk of today to say, "Hey c*nt, what's happening?" If you're angry with someone you say, "Hey mate, what do you think you're doing?" I propose Fireman gets a warning for using an affectionate term when describing Carlscum supporters. :)
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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby Scollop » Sun 14 May 2017 6:59pm

I don't mean to be racist but..

I don't mean to be rude or offend but..

I understand why people have a fear of foreigners and want to continue to use terms that are not politically correct and do actually offend some. It justifies their deep down feelings of superiority when they use derogatory words.

Funny thing is that the puppet masters who really run government policies are all in favour of globalisation, free trade, mass immigration and free movement of people. That's what grows their profits. Sucked in!! Your neighbours will soon be Chinese, or Indian and definitely from somewhere in Asia
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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby The Pinch Hitters » Sun 14 May 2017 8:24pm

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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby stevie » Sun 14 May 2017 8:33pm

Scum fans should be more concerned at how a player like Bryce Squibbs has notched up 217 non-descript games of football.
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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby The Pinch Hitters » Thu 18 May 2017 8:42am

A mate wrote an interesting take on the match:

https://sportress.wordpress.com/2017/05 ... rey-again/
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Re: Saints v blues match thread

Postby The Fireman » Thu 18 May 2017 9:37am

White Winmar wrote:I thought the term "wog" was now considered an "affectionate". It has changed in meaning and intent since the 70's and 80's when it most definitely was a term of derision. I was told by my early twenties son that the word c*nt is now also considered an affectionate. Mate is seen as a bit naff and a term of derision. Go figure. These days it's desireable amongs the young folk of today to say, "Hey c*nt, what's happening?" If you're angry with someone you say, "Hey mate, what do you think you're doing?" I propose Fireman gets a warning for using an affectionate term when describing Carlscum supporters. :)

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