Middlesbrough Disabled Supporters minibus "attacked&quo

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by leon » 24 Aug 2006 15:44

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alad If only someone as thick as you understood irony


What you are gay??


How can I argue with someone who displays such intelligence.


irony
–noun, plural -nies. 1. the use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning: the irony of her reply, “How nice!â€

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by alad » 24 Aug 2006 15:53

Someones managed to find an online dictionary, well done

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by Huntley & Palmer » 24 Aug 2006 15:57

alad No doubt the Boro fans have fallen for it all, the game up there won't be for the faint hearted.


I hadn't planned on travelling to the game in a disabled bus, so I should be OK

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by Norfolk Royal » 24 Aug 2006 16:38

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alad No doubt the Boro fans have fallen for it all, the game up there won't be for the faint hearted.


I hadn't planned on travelling to the game in a disabled bus, so I should be OK


That decision may well be made for you by the medical staff.

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by BLUES & ROYAL » 24 Aug 2006 21:40

Dont know if this is the correct place for this, but a few years ago down at lovely Pompey we are walking to the ground when we hear this person behind calling Reading fans W8nkers etc.etc.

Turned around to say something to find the culprit being a middle aged tw@t in an electric wheel chair.

When we turned around his comments were to the effect "What you looking at you ***ing W8nkers" :shock:


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by Royal With Cheese » 24 Aug 2006 22:19

BLUES & ROYAL Dont know if this is the correct place for this, but a few years ago down at lovely Pompey we are walking to the ground when we hear this person behind calling Reading fans W8nkers etc.etc.

Turned around to say something to find the culprit being a middle aged tw@t in an electric wheel chair.

When we turned around his comments were to the effect "What you looking at you ***ing W8nkers" :shock:


I also remember a group of old women shouting "Kill the English Bastards" at Barry Town in the FA Cup in 1984. :shock:
That was one of the nastiest games I've been to.

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by alad » 24 Aug 2006 22:32

Watford have a lad that is wheel chair bound, mug even wears Stone Island to games

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by FiNeRaIn » 24 Aug 2006 22:35

alad Watford have a lad that is wheel chair bound, mug even wears Stone Island to games


What does he do? Run over peoples toe's when its kicking off?

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by alad » 24 Aug 2006 22:37

Not sure, but he was wheeled out of the pub by OB pretty quick :lol:


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by Tony Le Mesmer » 24 Aug 2006 22:37

At QPR a few years back Andy Bernal put a touchline clearance into the disabled section in front of where i was sitting. It just missed a severley disabled lad in an electric chair that had a kind of control stick on the arm rest.

for ages afterwards i had thoughts of the ball hitting the control stick & sending him out of control onto the pitch.

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by Rhys The Royal » 24 Aug 2006 22:38

Tony Le Mesmer At QPR a few years back Andy Bernal put a touchline clearance into the disabled section in front of where i was sitting. It just missed a severley disabled lad in an electric chair that had a kind of control stick on the arm rest.

for ages afterwards i had thoughts of the ball hitting the control stick & sending him out of control onto the pitch.


:lol:

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by FiNeRaIn » 24 Aug 2006 22:38

Bet the police escort to the ground is a good crack, all taking it in turns to give him a push :lol:

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by working class hero » 24 Aug 2006 22:58

alad Watford have a lad that is wheel chair bound, mug even wears Stone Island to games


Naturally a person in a wheel chair should not be allowed to wear designer clothing. MAtalan is more appropriate surely.... :roll:


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by FiNeRaIn » 24 Aug 2006 23:06

Not unless he wants to get involved in "saturday match culture" :lol:

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Re: Middlesbrough Disabled Supporters minibus "attacked&quo

by FiNeRaIn » 23 Apr 2008 23:02

bLOLast from the past.

Whatever happened to the scorpions?

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Re: Middlesbrough Disabled Supporters minibus "attacked&quo

by cmonurz » 23 Apr 2008 23:10

Replying to your own post = sad.

Replying to your own 18 month old post = good effort.

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Re: Middlesbrough Disabled Supporters minibus "attacked&quo

by FiNeRaIn » 23 Apr 2008 23:12

cmonurz Replying to your own post = sad.

Replying to your own 18 month old post = good effort.


Not replyling to my own post, or I would of quoted it.

This thread really is a cLOLassic.

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by North Somerset Royal » 24 Apr 2008 00:54

Royal Lady I'm sorry - but someone on here would have seen/heard something about this - these "Scorpians" - what do they do? Shout out we're the Scorpians as they "attack" people? I could be wrong and if I am, I'm extremely sorry, but I'm tending to lean on the side that this is, in fact, a load of old bollox.


In the old days they had printed calling cards saying "You have been stung by Reading Scorpions" which they left with victims.

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Re: Middlesbrough Disabled Supporters minibus "attacked&quo

by southstand67 » 24 Apr 2008 09:59

THe Scorpians, hmmmm - are they the new Black Widows? They struck fear into the heart of anyone they crossed. Must be scary, picking on disabled people, wow - balls of steel to do that. I hope I never meet them....

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Re: Middlesbrough Disabled Supporters minibus "attacked&quo

by Alan Partridge » 24 Apr 2008 10:27

southstand67 THe Scorpians, hmmmm - are they the new Black Widows? They struck fear into the heart of anyone they crossed. Must be scary, picking on disabled people, wow - balls of steel to do that. I hope I never meet them....


Personally I feel it's just human nature combined with basic war tactics. You attack where the enemy line is weakest, in this case the disabled fans.


(seriously I don't need to add a wink do i? Before the 'you utter fcuking pcunt' replies?) :P

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