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  1. It's a two-pet job to clean the dust from under the cabinet.
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  2. Your favourite actress is cut from the final film. What do you do? 1. Think it's a shame but not the end of the world. 2. Sue the film studio Answer in the link below. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-60092299
    2 points
  3. RDR1 is one of the best games ever made, RDR2 is the best looking game ever made but is a massive pile of shite once you get past the fact that everything looks beautiful.
    2 points
  4. That back five I'd forgotten about Lucas doing a spell at CB.
    2 points
  5. God speed to the big man, I can remember back in the '80s working down South, had the weekend off and on a hot summers day me and the wife would open the windows, crack some bottles of wine, leave the kids who were younger then playing in the back garden and we would blast his music out, fuck the neighbours.
    2 points
  6. Too obvious ? Thought it might pass as believable by this place's current standards.
    1 point
  7. You mean Dan? Yeah, he’s still on occasionally. We met up for a quick bevvy in Newcastle years ago.
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  9. He’s a very good player - creative and a good goal scorer. I think he’s making a step up because it’s a much tougher league imo, so I hope he does well
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  10. Frankly, I'm afraid of getting promoted for real. Not looking forward to being shit and fighting relegation again
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  12. Think he's a direct replacement for Alario, although it will probably be hard to keep Schick, too. Imagine Azmoun AND Schick upfront, with Wirtz behind them and Diaby on the wing...
    1 point
  13. Armstrong will be lucky if that's not a red I think.
    1 point
  14. Reigns looks like a serious star and carries himself as a serious star. Same with Lesnar. Wrestlers that actually look like they can fuck you up have a more immediate mainstream appeal.
    1 point
  15. Saints looking good here. Not sitting back, actually getting in City’s face which is the best tactic against them.
    1 point
  16. Thomas Frank in ‘being a bellend’ shocker again
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  17. Wir haben dich immer noch vermisst
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  19. I was just about to write that! If this carries on, Darmstadt and Bremen might actually end up getting promoted together.
    1 point
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  21. That was a wild ride. Glad I decided to watch it.
    1 point
  22. I'm a bit disappointed with the crowd tbh. I really thought Goodison would be a cauldron today, get behind Ferguson and his boys but you really wouldn't know it. Even at 1-0 down, you'd think the crowd would stick at it because sometimes, funny things can happen when the fans are still with you but its not been like that. Huge credit to Villa really for nullyfying the atmosphere.
    1 point
  23. Fully expected Paderborn's free-kick to go in seeing how this match is going.
    1 point
  24. Did they have an agreement before the game that they're only going to score beautiful goals or what? Cancelled as well. Füllkrug was offside.
    1 point
  25. Ah well, Liverpool aren't playing today but that incident will give them something to celebrate nonetheless. As I was literally typing.
    1 point
  26. Because he won the Scottish premier league but is untested at this level and I'm curious to see what he's got now that his team has had a run of poor results? I'm Australian, never stepped foot on English shores, I don't read your papers or know your politics, so you can fuck right off with your classism anti scouse bullshit. I've disliked liverpool football club famously ever since I started posting on TFF 10 years ago, but people of liverpool have nothing to do with it.
    1 point
  27. Red Dead Redemption 2 Starts out well and then becomes a grind like a real grind. The story is good and while you can't fault Rockstar when it comes to this genre I think the first one was considerably better and fresher. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Hideo loses the plot a bit here and the open world game really doesn't suit a Gear game imo. You can spend so much time out in the open vs actually doing really stealth and fighting that it gets boring at times. Uncharted 4 Very good from ND and have to say that while its not my favorite from the series its actually a good run through. The Last Of Us 2 I still can't get why this got so much hate when it came out. It's a good game and progresses the story very well. And I agree with Tommy, they can't be compared with each other haha.
    1 point
  28. Klopp didn't sign 5 - 6 of our current players.
    1 point
  29. Forgot all about this game lol, just did my second game but I found the word on the last throw of the dice.
    1 point
  30. I haven’t played for very long. Think I did one on the computer too so that’s not included below:
    1 point
  31. Wordle 217 5/6
    1 point
  32. I'm old enough to remember when it was a popular opinion that Watford were a well run club and the way they burn through managers was actually a great way to go about things.
    1 point
  33. Double gameweek Dennis (c) cunt does nothing against Norwich and gets sent off to be suspended for the Burnley game. That's a permanent spot on the shit list lad.
    1 point
  34. Gomez, Milner and Firmino. Take your point though.
    1 point
  35. Association between myocarditis and COVID vaccines is actually quite well established in science already, only the estimated incidence rates vary - sometimes quite widely - from study to study. It might be a low risk, but it's still a risk, especially in young men, and it absolutely should be taken seriously, and such findings should influence public health policies. For example, in numerous studies, the risk of myocarditis in men under 40 after vaccination with Moderna was estimated to be higher than their risk of myocarditis from COVID infection, so it's pretty obvious that for this demographic, Moderna is not the best choice of vaccine and shouldn't be used (and several countries already banned it for under 40s for this specific reason). Similarly, those who experienced heart issues after mRNA vaccination, should be offered a different kind of vaccine (virus vector, protein subunit, etc) for their booster as a precaution instead of dismissing their concerns. Honestly, I find both extremes equally annoying - those who actively advocate against vaccines and encourage people not to take it, and those who vehemently defend it and refuse to consider the shortcomings and potential dangers of it. It's clearly helpful in preventing severe course of disease and deaths, and it also clearly has shortcomings (lack of protection against infection and transmissibility, for example) and potentially serious negative side effects for certain people (myocarditis with mRNA vaccines for young men, CVT & VITT with viral vector vaccines for young women). Research is still ongoing and will be for years, there will likely be new findings and arguments for and against, so to me, it's an extremely weird hill to die on. Just a few days ago, there was an editorial in BJM (British Journal of Medicine) calling all vaccine manufacturers to make their data freely available publicly for independent analysis - which is definitely a very reasonable thing to ask, given that the data is supposed to be behind major public health interventions, and yet it is still not accesible for researchers, doctors and the general public. Well worth a read: https://www.bmj.com/content/376/bmj.o102
    1 point
  36. There's a lot more evidence of Long Covid causing people long term health complications than the vaccines. Vastly more. What strikes me is how these mad people can simultaneously hold anti-vaccine and anti-lockdown positions. If you were actually successful in convincing people en masse not to take the vaccine, the health service would be getting hammered by a lot more seriously ill Covid patients and we probably would have had to increase the amount of restrictions through the winter again, and the same people that caused it by endorsing the anti-vax movement, would have been cry-arsing the loudest about the loss of their freedoms. Vaccine take up along with a milder variant has us in sight of the other side of this thing (touch wood). If you don't want to have it and want to selectively pedal "I heard this, that and the other" scare stories then by all means, crack on. But if the rest of us had all refused the vaccines like the nutty minority, we'd still be in a cycle of locking down every few months to shield the NHS, the waiting lists for cancer care and just about every other treatment would be stacking up even further, our kids would continue to see their education and childhood ripped to shreds. Etc. Etc. I believe it is a personal choice to take the vaccine. Nobody should have it forced upon them, even healthcare workers, and hopefully as the pandemic recedes, the pressure to get vaccinated goes with it to some extent. But there is no vaccine debate anymore. They have done us a lot more good than they've done us harm. This is now a fact, not an opinion, and we shouldn't be scared to say it.
    1 point
  37. This is great. Never seen it before but I'm in bits now
    1 point
  38. Hahahahah That’s enough for me tonight. Never change. Maybe go to a game of football occasionally though? Might learn something.
    1 point
  39. Soyuncu really is utter fucking garbage isn't he?
    1 point
  40. The problem we all have now is whenever we think of feet we think of @MUFC
    1 point
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