Phil

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Phil last won the day on December 26 2017

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    Rugby League, Skinhead culture, Reggae, Ska, Rocksteady, Northern Soul

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  1. I get nearer to walking away from the game with each utterance like this
  2. This is one of those “ I don’t think I drank that much” hangovers
  3. Now at the point where a full English sounds like a damn good idea
  4. Going down the paracetamol and gallons of tea route at the moment
  5. The thought of it is not doing me much good 🤮
  6. I’ve got one of those hangovers that’s not too bad when you get up but then gets progressively worse as the day goes on 😔 How do you shift yours?
  7. When I see lovers names carved on a tree or a bench I don’t think it’s sweet I think it’s surprising how many people bring a knife on a first date
  8. Confessions of an Irish rebel by Brendan Behan what an interesting life he led, he would have been a great fellow to sit and have a few beers with.
  9. They’re a French nationalist party of course they are going to vote for measures which will benefit France
  10. Rant thread

    I feel your pain I’ve been in pretty much the same situation, not good customer service at all
  11. Can we not have an “angry” button for stuff like this? It goes beyond “sad”
  12. Rant thread

    Oooh details please 🤔
  13. I’m not a Labour supporter, I’ll certainly defend them from attacks from the right but as soon as we get a Labour government intent on producing and propping up welfare capitalism I’ll attack it mercilessly. So Yeah As Trojan says in his last paragraph a sense of proportion please.
  14. On a lighter note when Rangers signed Mo Johnson the first catholic to ever play for them Billy Smith marched to the boardroom and nailed a wreath to the door along with his season ticket and a card saying “in loving memory of 100 years of Protestant loyalist tradition” He then went home to sulk, after a while he thought he’d be better on the terraces singing the sash every time the taig touched the ball and ran back to ibrox to regain his ticket but when he got there someone had stolen..... the wreath!!!!!!!