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City Rocker

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  1. Seems legit. What could possibly go wrong for him?
  2. I don't even see your point mate. Having been going to football since the mid seventies I can't see what's changed since then? Swearing at football matches seems as ubiquitous now as then, and there remain a minority who don't like it, but it doesn't appear to be a big deal now any more or less than it did in 1975. No smoke... I assume you're talking about flares/smoke bombs? We didn't eveb have any need for such things in the 70s, and as it's fairly well documented that these have caused serious problems and distress to disabled fans, it would seem a good idea not to bring pyros into the stadium, would it not? Don't stand up...well depending on where you are in the ground, that goes without saying, doesn't it? Unfortunately we no longer have the choice!
  3. Well quite, no one has ever heard a Bristolian pronounce our city as Bristle or Brizzle, that would be ridiculous. It is Bristawl with a hard 'T' and a silent 'L', as Adge would have had it.
  4. Good point, ok Ship & Castle it is then and six pints of 'rough' followed by a Clark's pie. Actually more likely to be a regular latte these days for me. Still, I genuinely love the fact that a day out at City was that mental when I was in my teens and twenties, yet has transitioned into into the most pleasant customer experience now I'm in my fifties. Do I miss the old raucous and violent days at football? Yeah of course, like I miss Clash and Specials gigs. Do I want to go back? Nah, pour us another glass of Malbec and stick Sky on.
  5. Ha! thanks for your concern, no it's just that apparently you can't say 'bunglec~^t' on here these days. Modern football eh?!
  6. I've a couple of very good friends who are Swansea fans, both fantastic quality gentlemen who have been supporting their team for many decades through all the shit times as well as the occasional highs. Think I'd best not alert them to this thread, as I know they would be mortally embarrassed by this hoofwanking bunglec..t.
  7. City Rocker

    Hi

    As a teacher, would you suggest a comma be added to the second sentence of your post, or might a semicolon be more appropriate in the context?
  8. City Rocker

    Hi

    Thanks for asking, ok here's what's on my mind today, in no particular order: 4-4-2 or 3-4-1-2? Pass it out from the back, or HOOF it? Will religion ever become obsolete? How do you know that your experience of consciousness is the same as other peoples' experience of consciousness? If you were a breakfast item, what would you be? (I think I'd be a hash brown btw). Any advice much appreciated, cheers!
  9. Definitely deserved a testimonial. Being for the benefit of Mr Kite.
  10. Miah Dennahy you mean? I reckon he'll deal with the hateful horse-punching hoards in a sanguine, mild-tempered manner, as is his wont. Which is no doubt exactly what the police are looking for in these circumstances.
  11. Thank you Bristol Rob, the 2 Tone era was the most exciting time ever to be a teenager, dressing up and going to gigs. I'll just leave this here if you don't mind. Blow! Mr Rico Blow!
  12. The lady doth protest too much, methinks. Fat, bald, old, ugly, lazy, the clues are there. Definitely a sag
  13. Thankfully as Marcus said himself during the cricket commentary earlier, he doesn't do social media so hopefully won't get to hear any of this hateful bile.
  14. Ah, ya got me. Imagine my dispair.
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