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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Paphitis » Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:58 pm

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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Paphitis » Wed Sep 11, 2019 5:10 pm

Make no mistake about it! Britain is now the enemy of the EU within.

Always conspiring and always non-compliant.

Gee, if the EU had any brains, they would veto the extension. 8)
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Paphitis » Wed Sep 11, 2019 5:56 pm

Corbynated Fried Chicken (CFC) Campaign Song for next election:



It's a really good song.
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Kikapu » Wed Sep 11, 2019 9:02 pm

MR-from-NG wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:
Kikapu wrote:Watching the debate in the commons right now, the disgraceful tories has shown what CUNTS they really are.

Keep using language like that Kicks I might become one of your biggest fans. There are times when no other word in the English language can have the exact desired effect. This is what happened to me a while back. Driving along the high street cars bumper to bumper, stopping, moving a couple of feet stopping again.

I'm minding my own business listening to LBC, I noticed the driver in front of me opening his door, getting out the car and approaching me aggressively, I had no idea what his problem was. He comes to my open window and yells at me that he was going to park his car in the empty space where I'm parallel to. So I asked him if he wanted to do that why he didn't use his indicator and unless he did that how would I know he wanted to park there. Of course there was a car right behind me inches from my bumper and another dozen or so behind him. No way I could reverse to allow him to park. He swore at me and just got in his car and drove off.

Now I ask you please, could I call this guy anything else but a real stupid CUNT?

Keep up the good work Kicks :wink:


I don’t usually get so outraged to a point in using the “C” word, but as you have stated, sometimes it is very fitting in using it, as it was the other night when the tories turned the House of Commons into scenes from the movie “Animal House” as if it were a fraternity toga party with 6 times loser Boris Johnson as their leader. I mean, what the fuck, that these Tory MPs would behave in such manner whilst trying to push the UK over a cliff edge with Brexit without a deal, just so to satisfy their stupidity and racist appetites, which even without a majority in the House, their arrogance knows no limits. British politics have become a laughingstock of the world at the moment, and with the likes of BJ as the leader of the tories, it is not about to stop anytime soon.

Nicely put. Totally agree with you Kicks. And as you say the brits are the laughing stock of not just Europe but the whole world. Btw, I think you meant Animal Farm, is age catching up with you too? :wink:


:D :D

No no MR, I actually did mean “Animal House” with John Belushi in the 70’s. :D

“Animal Farm” would most definitely put the Tory MPs into another level if I were to associate them with it, like being the PIGS in the parliament who thinks they are more equal than others and that they are above the law and can do as they wish. :D
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Lordo » Wed Sep 11, 2019 9:59 pm

Kikapu wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:
Kikapu wrote:Watching the debate in the commons right now, the disgraceful tories has shown what CUNTS they really are.

Keep using language like that Kicks I might become one of your biggest fans. There are times when no other word in the English language can have the exact desired effect. This is what happened to me a while back. Driving along the high street cars bumper to bumper, stopping, moving a couple of feet stopping again.

I'm minding my own business listening to LBC, I noticed the driver in front of me opening his door, getting out the car and approaching me aggressively, I had no idea what his problem was. He comes to my open window and yells at me that he was going to park his car in the empty space where I'm parallel to. So I asked him if he wanted to do that why he didn't use his indicator and unless he did that how would I know he wanted to park there. Of course there was a car right behind me inches from my bumper and another dozen or so behind him. No way I could reverse to allow him to park. He swore at me and just got in his car and drove off.

Now I ask you please, could I call this guy anything else but a real stupid CUNT?

Keep up the good work Kicks :wink:


I don’t usually get so outraged to a point in using the “C” word, but as you have stated, sometimes it is very fitting in using it, as it was the other night when the tories turned the House of Commons into scenes from the movie “Animal House” as if it were a fraternity toga party with 6 times loser Boris Johnson as their leader. I mean, what the fuck, that these Tory MPs would behave in such manner whilst trying to push the UK over a cliff edge with Brexit without a deal, just so to satisfy their stupidity and racist appetites, which even without a majority in the House, their arrogance knows no limits. British politics have become a laughingstock of the world at the moment, and with the likes of BJ as the leader of the tories, it is not about to stop anytime soon.

Nicely put. Totally agree with you Kicks. And as you say the brits are the laughing stock of not just Europe but the whole world. Btw, I think you meant Animal Farm, is age catching up with you too? :wink:


:D :D

No no MR, I actually did mean “Animal House” with John Belushi in the 70’s. :D

“Animal Farm” would most definitely put the Tory MPs into another level if I were to associate them with it, like being the PIGS in the parliament who thinks they are more equal than others and that they are above the law and can do as they wish. :D

how can we not listen to this song.

can you imagine 300,000 fans

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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby MR-from-NG » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:06 pm

Kikapu wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:
Kikapu wrote:Watching the debate in the commons right now, the disgraceful tories has shown what CUNTS they really are.

Keep using language like that Kicks I might become one of your biggest fans. There are times when no other word in the English language can have the exact desired effect. This is what happened to me a while back. Driving along the high street cars bumper to bumper, stopping, moving a couple of feet stopping again.

I'm minding my own business listening to LBC, I noticed the driver in front of me opening his door, getting out the car and approaching me aggressively, I had no idea what his problem was. He comes to my open window and yells at me that he was going to park his car in the empty space where I'm parallel to. So I asked him if he wanted to do that why he didn't use his indicator and unless he did that how would I know he wanted to park there. Of course there was a car right behind me inches from my bumper and another dozen or so behind him. No way I could reverse to allow him to park. He swore at me and just got in his car and drove off.

Now I ask you please, could I call this guy anything else but a real stupid CUNT?

Keep up the good work Kicks :wink:


I don’t usually get so outraged to a point in using the “C” word, but as you have stated, sometimes it is very fitting in using it, as it was the other night when the tories turned the House of Commons into scenes from the movie “Animal House” as if it were a fraternity toga party with 6 times loser Boris Johnson as their leader. I mean, what the fuck, that these Tory MPs would behave in such manner whilst trying to push the UK over a cliff edge with Brexit without a deal, just so to satisfy their stupidity and racist appetites, which even without a majority in the House, their arrogance knows no limits. British politics have become a laughingstock of the world at the moment, and with the likes of BJ as the leader of the tories, it is not about to stop anytime soon.

Nicely put. Totally agree with you Kicks. And as you say the brits are the laughing stock of not just Europe but the whole world. Btw, I think you meant Animal Farm, is age catching up with you too? :wink:


:D :D

No no MR, I actually did mean “Animal House” with John Belushi in the 70’s. :D

“Animal Farm” would most definitely put the Tory MPs into another level if I were to associate them with it, like being the PIGS in the parliament who thinks they are more equal than others and that they are above the law and can do as they wish. :D

:lol: :lol: Well, you learn something new every day. I haven't seen it nor did I know about it, I'd better note that in my to do list. I must watch more movies, have to convince the wife there's more to life than Masterbloodychef, Neighbours and the worst, Stricklyfuckingcomedancing :lol:
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:12 pm

No no MR, I actually did mean “Animal House” with John Belushi in the 70’s. :D

“Animal Farm” would most definitely put the Tory MPs into another level if I were to associate them with it, like being the PIGS in the parliament who thinks they are more equal than others and that they are above the law and can do as they wish. :D


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ; how diplomatic.
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby MR-from-NG » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:21 pm

Watching the debate in the commons right now, the disgraceful tories has shown what CUNTS they really are.[/quote]
Keep using language like that Kicks I might become one of your biggest fans. There are times when no other word in the English language can have the exact desired effect. This is what happened to me a while back. Driving along the high street cars bumper to bumper, stopping, moving a couple of feet stopping again.

I'm minding my own business listening to LBC, I noticed the driver in front of me opening his door, getting out the car and approaching me aggressively, I had no idea what his problem was. He comes to my open window and yells at me that he was going to park his car in the empty space where I'm parallel to. So I asked him if he wanted to do that why he didn't use his indicator and unless he did that how would I know he wanted to park there. Of course there was a car right behind me inches from my bumper and another dozen or so behind him. No way I could reverse to allow him to park. He swore at me and just got in his car and drove off.

Now I ask you please, could I call this guy anything else but a real stupid CUNT?

Keep up the good work Kicks :wink:[/quote]

I don’t usually get so outraged to a point in using the “C” word, but as you have stated, sometimes it is very fitting in using it, as it was the other night when the tories turned the House of Commons into scenes from the movie “Animal House” as if it were a fraternity toga party with 6 times loser Boris Johnson as their leader. I mean, what the fuck, that these Tory MPs would behave in such manner whilst trying to push the UK over a cliff edge with Brexit without a deal, just so to satisfy their stupidity and racist appetites, which even without a majority in the House, their arrogance knows no limits. British politics have become a laughingstock of the world at the moment, and with the likes of BJ as the leader of the tories, it is not about to stop anytime soon.[/quote]
Nicely put. Totally agree with you Kicks. And as you say the brits are the laughing stock of not just Europe but the whole world. Btw, I think you meant Animal Farm, is age catching up with you too? :wink:[/quote]

:D :D

No no MR, I actually did mean “Animal House” with John Belushi in the 70’s. :D

“Animal Farm” would most definitely put the Tory MPs into another level if I were to associate them with it, like being the PIGS in the parliament who thinks they are more equal than others and that they are above the law and can do as they wish. :D[/quote]
how can we not listen to this song.

can you imagine 300,000 fans

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I must say Lordo, you have an amazing range of music under your belt. I'm impressed. You remind me of an old friend I've not seen for many years, he had the most amazing selection of heavy rock, he introduced me to Thin Lizzy and I have been their biggest fan ever since. I don't know why but whenever I listen to Still In Love With You I end up fucking crying :oops: 2 guitar solos in a 7 minute song, fucking mind blowing. many debates amongst fans whether solo 1 is best or solo 2. Solo 2 for me every time.
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby MR-from-NG » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:25 pm

Come on Admin, get rid of this "TOO MANY QUOTES" SHIT WILL YOU? What a pointless fucking feature to have on a forum :roll:

AND THIS: You cannot make another post so soon after your last.

Absolutely ridiculous :roll:
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