Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Mikhail Chigorin » Tue Oct 17, 2017 12:53 pm

mr_nool wrote:
Foreverinbluedreams wrote:
mr_nool wrote:
Beefymcfc wrote:Thanks JC, very much enjoyed that, for a change.

Tactical Masterclass! Oh you fat cunt, you just made yourself look an absolute dick!!! If anybody should be getting that accolade, it should be the guy over in Manchester, not the guy who is reversing the bus out of Klanfield.

What do you expect of a fully paid up Rag member though, he'll be waiting for Maureen to give him the slap on the back and ruffle his air.

#Embarrassing


Where's Samuel from? And what club does he support?
He sounds very northern (Lancashire?) to me, but I sometimes struggle to place English dialects geographically.


He supports West Ham. Think he's from London.



Point in case ... So the rest of the panel is posh, but he isn't?

Where I'm from we don't really do sociolects. How you talk – your dialect – it's mainly down to geography.


Is it not also mingled with a little history mr_nool ?? (I'm thinking of SW Sweden when I proffer this).
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby iwasthere2012 » Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:42 pm

Mikhail Chigorin wrote:
mr_nool wrote:
Foreverinbluedreams wrote:
mr_nool wrote:
Where's Samuel from? And what club does he support?
He sounds very northern (Lancashire?) to me, but I sometimes struggle to place English dialects geographically.


He supports West Ham. Think he's from London.



Point in case ... So the rest of the panel is posh, but he isn't?

Where I'm from we don't really do sociolects. How you talk – your dialect – it's mainly down to geography.


Is it not also mingled with a little history mr_nool ?? (I'm thinking of SW Sweden when I proffer this).


I know you love this sort of stuff MC.
I would say you are correct in the historical element.
Take Ireland as a case study. English is the first language of the vast majority of the country yet a lot of our speech pattern and colloquialisms come as a direct result of a direct translation from Irish/Gaelic to English centuries ago when Irish was outlawed and the country had to learn English.
I’d wager most Irish people don’t even realise this.
The way we form sentences differently to the English themselves, has as much to do with Irish grammar as it does English grammar, in a lot of cases.
I would guess it is similar for a lot of Scottish people too although most Irish or Scottish don’t have much if any Gaelic as a reference.
Take for example the much slagged and very Irish habit of saying things like;
I do be going there a lot.
English grammar tells us this should be;
I go there frequently.

The fact that many put in what seems like an extra tense, is exactly that in my opinion.
In Irish there is an extra tense for this which equates to the present continuous in English. There is also one for the past continuous.
I think uneducated ancient Irishmen and women trying to get to grips with a bilingual country would have directly translated and culturally we’ve been left with a lot of this still present in our speech today.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Original Dub » Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:50 pm

^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:
They've got Gill, pulling strings in Uefa. They've got the Media creaming their pants all over them and haven't twigged that you actually need a football team.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Swales4ever » Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:57 pm

Original Dub wrote:^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:

ain't that "Breasts tradition" You so passionatedly support even older, though?
does it make it less accurate?
just asking... [ wishing for the shit of me, I could put it in Gaelic]

1. "unintelligible language"
2. "ACID QUEEN"
3. "never once fails to turn a football thread into a himseelf thread"
4. "thumbs stalker often resulting in repetitive thumb strain"

You'd need to make a very good psychiatrist in order to guess what next in a eight yrs long line of hatred...


In Roger Ailes/Donnie Drumpf's words: "don't know it for a fact, but many people say so..."
there must be some truth, then!
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Original Dub » Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:07 pm

Swales4ever wrote:
Original Dub wrote:^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:

ain't that "Breasts tradition" You so passionatedly support even older, though?
does it make it less accurate?
just asking... [ wishing for the shit of me, I could put it in Gaelic]


The Irish for breasts is Funbags
They've got Gill, pulling strings in Uefa. They've got the Media creaming their pants all over them and haven't twigged that you actually need a football team.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby iwasthere2012 » Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:09 pm

Original Dub wrote:^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:

I do be doing dat a lot.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Original Dub » Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:11 pm

iwasthere2012 wrote:
Original Dub wrote:^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:

I do be doing dat a lot.


:lol:
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Swales4ever » Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:16 pm

Original Dub wrote:
Swales4ever wrote:
Original Dub wrote:^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:

ain't that "Breasts tradition" You so passionatedly support even older, though?
does it make it less accurate?
just asking... [ wishing for the shit of me, I could put it in Gaelic]


The Irish for breasts is Funbags

i mean... sorry for diving into a gentlemens domestic affair, with generational difference in between.

but what's wrong in care to preserve some traditions of one of the ancienest, most noble, inherent part of European, hence world's, culture.

Am I just get down the wrong foot this morning, mate?

1. "unintelligible language"
2. "ACID QUEEN"
3. "never once fails to turn a football thread into a himseelf thread"
4. "thumbs stalker often resulting in repetitive thumb strain"

You'd need to make a very good psychiatrist in order to guess what next in a eight yrs long line of hatred...


In Roger Ailes/Donnie Drumpf's words: "don't know it for a fact, but many people say so..."
there must be some truth, then!
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby iwasthere2012 » Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:31 pm

Original Dub wrote:
iwasthere2012 wrote:
Original Dub wrote:^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:

I do be doing dat a lot.


:lol:

Seriously though Ronan, you obviously hadn’t the;
Aimsir Ghnáthláithreach and
Aimsir Gnáthchaite

beat into you at school the way I did.
The auld Christian Bros. Now they were an education.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Mikhail Chigorin » Tue Oct 17, 2017 3:36 pm

iwasthere2012 wrote:
Original Dub wrote:
iwasthere2012 wrote:
Original Dub wrote:^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:

I do be doing dat a lot.


:lol:

Seriously though Ronan, you obviously hadn’t the;
Aimsir Ghnáthláithreach and
Aimsir Gnáthchaite

beat into you at school the way I did.
The auld Christian Bros. Now they were an education.


Sounds like bags of fun, to paraphrase the above, descriptive terminology.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby iwasthere2012 » Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:06 pm

Mikhail Chigorin wrote:
iwasthere2012 wrote:
Original Dub wrote:
iwasthere2012 wrote:
Original Dub wrote:^^^ I think you do be talking a load of old bollox Eamonn :lol: :lol:

I do be doing dat a lot.


:lol:

Seriously though Ronan, you obviously hadn’t the;
Aimsir Ghnáthláithreach and
Aimsir Gnáthchaite

beat into you at school the way I did.
The auld Christian Bros. Now they were an education.


Sounds like bags of fun, to paraphrase the above, descriptive terminology.


The two tenses I was on about MC
The present habitual and past habitual.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Mikhail Chigorin » Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:12 pm

Reminds me a little of my old Latin lessons.

Are there subjunctive tenses of these as well IWT ??
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby iwasthere2012 » Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:22 pm

Mikhail Chigorin wrote:Reminds me a little of my old Latin lessons.

Are there subjunctive tenses of these as well IWT ??

There’s the Modh COINNÍOLLACH which is a conditional tense.
‘I would do something if.....’
I’m not sure about the past tense of this, like ‘I would have done this’ or in the habitual form ‘ I would have been doing this’.
I can’t remember any distinctive conjugation to separate these from past tense.

I’ve forgotten most of my Irish now, but it wouldn’t take much to bring it back to me.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Swales4ever » Tue Oct 17, 2017 5:07 pm

Mikhail Chigorin wrote:Reminds me a little of my old Latin lessons.

Are there subjunctive tenses of these as well IWT ??

Must then apologize to Your distinguished memory, for the mistaken, though rethorical, reference I made elsewhere.

I've only very fade remembrances of those lessons, and most parts refer to me groping school female mates.

1. "unintelligible language"
2. "ACID QUEEN"
3. "never once fails to turn a football thread into a himseelf thread"
4. "thumbs stalker often resulting in repetitive thumb strain"

You'd need to make a very good psychiatrist in order to guess what next in a eight yrs long line of hatred...


In Roger Ailes/Donnie Drumpf's words: "don't know it for a fact, but many people say so..."
there must be some truth, then!
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby iwasthere2012 » Tue Oct 17, 2017 5:11 pm

Swales4ever wrote:
Mikhail Chigorin wrote:Reminds me a little of my old Latin lessons.

Are there subjunctive tenses of these as well IWT ??

Must then apologize to Your distinguished memory, for the mistaken, though rethorical, reference I made elsewhere.

I've only very fade remembrances of those lessons, and most parts refer to me groping school female mates.


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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Swales4ever » Tue Oct 17, 2017 5:15 pm

iwasthere2012 wrote:
Swales4ever wrote:
Mikhail Chigorin wrote:Reminds me a little of my old Latin lessons.

Are there subjunctive tenses of these as well IWT ??

Must then apologize to Your distinguished memory, for the mistaken, though rethorical, reference I made elsewhere.

I've only very fade remembrances of those lessons, and most parts refer to me groping school female mates.


TMI

on a loving to share pantheistic mood these days. must have stg to do with footie

1. "unintelligible language"
2. "ACID QUEEN"
3. "never once fails to turn a football thread into a himseelf thread"
4. "thumbs stalker often resulting in repetitive thumb strain"

You'd need to make a very good psychiatrist in order to guess what next in a eight yrs long line of hatred...


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there must be some truth, then!
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby johnny crossan » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:19 am

Last week's sad specimens wishing we'd get beat - 42' 35" - notice Ashton's introductory remark - they know they are being watched - but not in a good way :lol:

Watch on youtube.com


'Pep Love In' last on their menu today starting at 10 - probably precluded post prolonged Peg paean
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby johnny crossan » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:22 pm

You can't Adam & Eve it! 'Who does the public love more Poch or Pep?'

Answer - the footballing masses love Poch from London to Dipperdom
All fair minded neutrals want Spurs honest but cheeky chappie to win the league - not the odious manager of moneybags City who despises the British 'aerial passing game'
and that goes for their clubs too
I'm not going to put it up because Sky are issuing YT take down requests now but when its available I'll link it.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Beefymcfc » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:31 pm

Can't wait mate!

I always keep in mind that these fucktards are the ones can that write the shit about us on a daily basis, now given a stage to spout the same tripe.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby john@staustell » Mon Nov 06, 2017 8:17 am

Has to be said that his programme notes seem infinitely less complicated than the lessons given to subs before they come on these days.
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