The Daily Mail, the World Cup and Bongoland

darkstar

New Member
What a prick, I can't even begin to describe how much I hate people like that idiot.
 

threebikesmcginty

Corn Fed Hick...
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Rather than think of just using the off button option on his TV this tosser has to write to the Daily Mail with his vile bilge and let the rest of us know just what a scumbag he is. And worse still they actually print it.
 
to be fair, he has a point though. there are quite a few meaningless games in the group stage!
 

zimzum42

Legendary Member
it's a shame that people think it's OK to use such terms in public, it's a shame that the Mail saw fit to print them, and it's a shame that the grauniad has got nothing better to do than pore through the mail every day hoping to be offended...
 

dellzeqq

pre-talced and mighty
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trustysteed said:
to be fair, he has a point though. there are quite a few meaningless games in the group stage!
it's the meaningless games that are the most enjoyable - not least when they turn out to be far from meaningless because teams turn out to be adventurous. Remember Nigeria 1994, the attacking play of Japan and South Korea in 2002, and Ivory Coast v. Holland in 2006. The Scots still get pleasure from the victory against Holland in 1978

This year I'm looking forward to Serbia v. Ghana, any game you like in Group E, Paraguay v. Slovakia, Ivory Coast v. Portugal (which will doubtless be enlivened by Christiano Ronaldo complaining every time his mascara runs), and Switzerland v. Chile.
 
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Smokin Joe

Smokin Joe

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dellzeqq said:
it's the meaningless games that are the most enjoyable - not least when they turn out to be far from meaningless because teams turn out to be adventurous. Remember Nigeria 1994, the attacking play of Japan and South Korea in 2002, and Ivory Coast v. Holland in 2006. The Scots still get pleasure from the victory against Holland in 1978

This year I'm looking forward to Serbia v. Ghana, any game you like in Group E, Paraguay v. Slovakia, Ivory Coast v. Portugal (which will doubtless be enlivened by Christiano Ronaldo complaining every time his mascara runs), and Switzerland v. Chile.
It doesn't take much to please the poor dears, does it? :wacko:
 
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