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  1. 32 points
    Few years ago, went on a date with a Tinder match. Went for drinks on Brauny gate, started well had a few and went to Soar Point for a few games of Pool. As up to this point I was the gentleman and bought all the drinks, she said she will get us a round. I said I will have a JD and Coke, which she shouted DOUBLE at. I like this woman. Anyway, after a few more hours of drinking, we were both quite drunk and went back to Brauny Gate, where she knocked her drink over which went over my crotch. She flirtily tried to dry it herself, but as it was the first date and she was drunk, I laughed it off and went toilet to dry up. Anyway, we decided to get some late night food. The first food place we came across was closing up, doors locked and the staff mopping. I said lets move on and she started banging at the window, shouting. Ok she is fiesty.. So then she says she wants a subway. I ask her what she wants, Tuna Melt.. 20 mins in she's got bits of Tuna all round her mouth and out of nowhere she grabs my head and kisses me. Breath stunk like a cats arse. Pulling Tuna out of my mouth, I decided I dont actually really like this girl and call her a taxi. She refuses to get in and says she wants to come home with me. 'Ok, we will go to mine'.. I help her get in, seatbelted up, jump back out, slam the door and literally run away...
  2. 15 points
  3. 13 points
    Don't suppose you still have her number do you...?
  4. 11 points
    Hope its against Man Utd and he beats Maguire to a header to score.
  5. 10 points
  6. 8 points
    All that clout....yet we are giving up membership of a club where this clout and diplomatic skill is at its most potent. Part of the problem has always been the British perception of the EU that France and Germany run it. Not so for other smaller EU countries - who saw us as one of the big three being pandered to
  7. 8 points
  8. 7 points
    But Sovereignity, innit. I've reached the point where I've given up trying to hold rational discussions with Brexit voters. It's the same as trying to hold a discussion with strongly religious people. When it's all about "feelings" rather than facts and logic, then it's impossible to have a meaningful conversation.
  9. 7 points
    Interviewed Ndidi for talkSPORT today at DMU where he's doing a business degree. Will upload it tomorrow if anyone fancies a listen.
  10. 7 points
    My mates lad was about 19 when he got catfished by his older brother and mates. To cut a long story short he arranged to meet this hot woman off Facebook at a bus stop. He arrives first. Then one of his mates also arrives to catch a bus too. Then me and his Dad turn up for an impromptu bus trip for a few beers in town. Ask him what he’s up to and he says ‘nothing, waiting for a mate.’ Fifteen minutes later approximately ten of his mates are now at the bus stop as well as his Dad and I and we are all piling on a bus into town. He’s last in the queue looking around and saying he’s not getting on the bus as he’s still waiting for ‘his friend’ As the bus pulls away his mates are banging on the windows holding up A4 printout photos of the hot girl he thought he was going to meet. Poor bastard.
  11. 7 points
  12. 7 points
    Still will always appreciate that goal against Porto.
  13. 7 points
    Last game of the season, in a winner-take-all, 6th place European-football decider...
  14. 6 points
    The word was chose deliberately. In the 60s and 70s we COULD work and study in Europe, but It wasn't a given...but now we have given up a RIGHT to work and study. No conditions. I can't just up sticks and clear off to Canada, USA or Australia. I have to dance for my dinner there. And from November onwards, it'll be the same in Europe. How anyone can celebrate giving up a freedom is beyond me.
  15. 6 points
    For me, it's the freedom of movement thing that's the most galling. It's one of the very few pure freedoms we have in life - the absolute right to up sticks and live work in Germany, Italy, Hungary, Denmark... wherever. And the older generation (my parents included) have robbed my kids of that chance and, for me - and i use the word deliberately - imprisoned them career and culture wise in the UK. Even more galling is the fact that ending FOM won't affect immigration... , swapping generally white, Christian, European immigrants (who leavers don't like) for the sort of immigration most leavers despise beyond belief - non white, non Christian immigration When I've challenged my parents on this in that they've voted to reduce mine and their grandkids education, career and lifestyle choices .....they retort back with bizarre vagaries....'Boris will sort it out', 'they'll come begging / they need us' 'we won the war' 'it's democracy' etc etc. And I genuinely think their attitude is fairly representative of many (if not most) leavers. It sickens me, tbh
  16. 6 points
    It's difficult to fault Kick It Out, when society is emboldening the hateful to say what they like under the guise of 'I'm entitled to my opinion'.
  17. 6 points
    I love it. I think it looks very smart. Then again I love pink and black as a combo so this is definitively one of the better away shirts. I understand not liking the colour but any man whose masculinity is questioned by wearing a pink top is a little bit of a weenie
  18. 5 points
    Imprisoned is very over the top but a lot of opportunities have been taken away already for British workers. I see this in medical academia where we WERE a world leader. May I ask why you voted to leave and what benefits do you see to leaving now in August 2019?
  19. 5 points
    Only the gullible taken in by the lies and fairytales.. Most of them xenophobics and Little Englanders! Let's hope these people are the first to lose their jobs when the sh1t hits the fan.
  20. 5 points
    He's currently our best player. Vardy is my favourite ever LCFC player, but Riccy is just consistently good every game. He's our best attacking player despite being a right back! Feel bad for Danny Simpson, but Ricardo is just levels and levels above him in terms of what a full back can do. The scary thing is Ricardo still has room to improve! He does sometimes make defensive mistakes or doesn't quite deliver on the final ball, but well if every signing was as good as Ricardo, I'd be a very happy man. Great attitude as well!
  21. 4 points
    Hope we show our metal in this one. Be nice to see some steel in midfield and a razor sharp attack.
  22. 4 points
  23. 4 points
    I don’t know what you lot are on about with these where you never saw them again, the worst ones are where you end up married. fk that
  24. 4 points
    people shouldn't be morbidly obese - the clue is in the word morbidly. the health implications of this do affect the NHS. Whether this is a discussion for this thread is another story. But it wouldn't be FT without weird tangents, unfunny joke replies, shit puns and general whining.
  25. 4 points
    As a dirty centrist FoxesTalk hasn't half become an echo chamber recently. I would rather we remained in the EU (now) and I think it'll be most likely severely damaging but it's over the top on here at the minute.
  26. 4 points
    I’m with you both and I’m glad it’s not just me that thinks the pink kit is horrendous.
  27. 4 points
    CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU You're just too good Soyuncu Can't take my eyes off of you You've got a heavenly touch I wanna hold you so much At long last you've arrived You're just too good Soyuncu Can't take my eyes off you We love you,Caglar , and if it's quite alright We need you, Caglar , to play all night We love you, Caglar, trust in me when I say: Your just to good Soyuncu............... and repeat Just a base idea , sure some lyricists could tweek?
  28. 4 points
  29. 4 points
    Oh well, looks like I’m the only one who dislikes them. In fact loath em. And the Pink bloody socks
  30. 4 points
  31. 3 points
    Honestly if you’ve not made any effort to understand in three years then I’m not going to help you.
  32. 3 points
    I've always liked Sheffield United as a team, I'm not sure why, maybe it's because of Sean Bean 😂 Most of the comments on here about this being an easy game are just said in jest, including my own. I personally think this is going to be a really tough game. We understand the frustrations that others fans dont always understand your team or the way you play as it was certainly the case when we got promoted. I would not be surprised if you beat us. However if we do play to the levels we're capable of I'd expect us to win whilst scrapping for it. If we don't match your intensity and desire then it will be a struggle. You've got a lot of underrated players that all work extremely well together under a tried and tested system. If I was a blades fan I'd be disappointed if you didn't get something from this, you're at home against a team outside the big 6. We'll be equally disappointed if we don't so that's why I expect an intense, close game.
  33. 3 points
  34. 3 points
    I'm glad there's finally someone on here that will acknowledge the crucial role the UK has played in the EU (SM, our role at the heart of the EU's regulatory power, AFSJ, eastwards expansion) we've had to spend the last few years reading different takes from people saying how we should have done more or variations on us being an 'awkward partner'. And I certainly agree that the perception of it being a Franco-German centric is skewed though not misguided, I certainly think in the future they will dominate more as the eurozone has to change. Hopefully you also recognise the significant problems our departure poses for an EU hoping to expand its influence going forward. What is this obsession with empires? The British Empire died 50 years ago but it doesn't make us insignificant just because we're not what we once were. You just look silly tbh - empire or insignificant, part of the EU or insignificant are weird takes.
  35. 3 points
    As hilarious as this would actually be, I highly doubt it. You lot seem more obsessed with what he does than I reckon he actually is himself. Sheff Utd. deserve some respect for sure, but come on mate, you're on a Leicester City forum, we have top 7 ambitions this year and we've picked up good points against Wolves and Chelsea in our first two despite being far from our best in either game until the last half at Stamford Bridge. Oh, and the last time we actually squared up at Bramall Lane, we almost invaded the pitch because you managed to let Ahmed bleeding Musa of all people scuff a fourth in off his arse-cheek for our second-string against a line-up not that dissimilar to your current squad. It's not going to be an easy game - I fully expect a coiled-spring attack and a high press, both of which we struggle with, but we've every right to have a modicum of confidence.
  36. 3 points
    Can I post a really nerdy answer? (My friend in Leicester is the real expert in this, but he's shared enough with me to be able to answer this one properly. ) The English language has two types of 'conjunctions' - one of which always requires previous reference (e.g. and/or) and one that doesn't, so long as the sentence it starts is then self contained (e.g. if/then/because). So the problem with your sentence has nothing to do with 'because', but because it doesn't fully self contain its reference. It therefore needs the addition of 'is' before 'having' in order to make it a consistent reference.
  37. 3 points
    I don't expect people to change their minds especially when they didn't make their decision for rational reasons in the first place.
  38. 3 points
    “Training is really intense, a big difference in the Italian way of training and playing so I think I need some time to adapt to the Premier League, But it’s going really well and I feel really good at Leicester. I think everybody wants to start all of the games, so of course that’s what I’m hoping, but I’m happy with the minutes the coach gave me. I have to earn this position to start so I hope I can show him in the next couple of weeks what I’m capable of and then we’ll see.”
  39. 3 points
    @Tuna Something you need to share madam?
  40. 3 points
  41. 3 points
    Well, that's absolutely wonderful for you, but still does not change the fact that so many people are slowly killing themselves with their lifestyle. Yes, that's their choice, but it has implications for them, their family and the whole of society. And if you think I would have anything to do with the Daily Mail or that sort of right wing populist shit - well then,you need to address your own sweeping generalisations. Mate.
  42. 3 points
    Well no that is ridiculous Getting involved with Bury would of been a lot more expensive and complicated than taking Salford on, besides it wasn't just the Neville's involved with Salford it was the entirety of the class of 92 bar Beckham (who is now involved). So they picked somewhere that had relevance to them all. Bury were in nothing like the mess they are now when the Salford take over started Lets remember the Neville brothers are individuals and former sportsman not business men, they earn a good whack but I doubt they have enough money or experience to run a club like Bury by themselves, they only own 10% of Salford each, the kind of time and money they would have to invest to as a new sole owner of a club like Bury in the trouble it is would be absolutly astronomical compared to Salford. like I said it was not them who got Bury into this mess I do not see why people are viewing them as the ones who morally should walk out on everything they have spent and all the years of building at Salford take on the mammoth task of sorting it out, it's nothing to do with them.
  43. 3 points
    Wait - I lost the rhythm and melody after the fourth line. Maybe if you hum it I can figure out how to sing it?
  44. 3 points
    Just for the record, and I'm not suggesting you were saying this, but I don't think Puel is a fraud or the people supporting him are morons. IMHO he wasn't the right fit for us (I don't think he really gets English football) but he's clearly had success elsewhere. And while I disagree with some of our fans and how they perceive (or perceived) him, I respect their right to those opinions. It's good we can have some polite debate on here and long may that continue.
  45. 3 points
    I’d love you to point out where any of your buzzwords have any relation to my post. Homophobia ffs and misogyny what a melt you are
  46. 3 points
    sexism, misogyny and homophobia in one line
  47. 3 points
    I don't think so Geoff - this sort of effort does you a disservice. None of what I think contradicts all the stuff you said (which I accept and believe). Vaguely calling out 'some people' isn't nearly as bad as the berk who tried to suggest that some amongst us would rather have Puel back, but all it does is help the petty he said / she said between factions on here, when in fact all we have (on this subject at least, I think) is varying perceptions on a similar theme. I trust your perceptions (even if our interpretations might differ at times), but I think you can enable better discourse between us by not posting in the slightly provocative style that you (occasionally) do - you're well respected by many on here, it is perhaps unfortunate for you that our knowing your job somewhat raises the standards you're expected to keep here. So maybe I'm being unfair, I don't know. All said with respect and best intentions etc.
  48. 3 points
    The issue is he’s one of the least creative wingers in the league. In his entire Premier League career he’s made 9 “big chances”. Albrighton made 6 alone last season and played 300+ minutes less than Gray. Barnes and Ghezzal both have 3 and they’ve not even played half of season’s worth of minutes. Gray has averaged 0.7 key passes per game over his career Albrighton 1.4 Barnes 1.2 Ghezzal 0.9 Chilwell who “can’t cross” apparently was averaging 1.3 key passes a game last season and got 4 assists to Gray’s 1.
  49. 3 points
    Started as a thread just about a bloke from Canada struggling to get a pink shirt, and in less than a page you already have someone blaming fat people for the strain on the NHS and "what a waste of tax payers money" Bore off
  50. 3 points
    At least he scored and assisted in the Champions League for us that helped us bring in significant revenue. Adrien Silva's output for £25m is beyond belief.
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