Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Reasons to be cheerful
























































39 comments:

  1. Oh. That's a great shame. Things'll get better, you see.

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  2. No they won't.

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  3. Henrique Dis Frezinklomp Dentap Mousrichino6 June 2013 12:59

    Handle bar, robot, gas pipe, quiche, hat and most importantly a used horse box.

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  4. OK, I'll have a go. It is summer, so there's no football on?

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  5. Reason #1:
    Payments of the money the blades swindled out of West Ham for not being good enough to beat the drop will stop after this summer.

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  6. I found a reason to be cheerful, you'll still be in League 1 for a long time

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  7. Unless you end up in League 2 ...

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  8. Horrible Northern Monkeys

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  9. One Carlos Tevez

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  10. Where did all the money go? The money that the blunts stole from West Ham? Fairness in Football!!!!!11111onehundredandeleven

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  11. Sean Bean is still an utter tool

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  12. You will always be in Wednesdays shadow

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  13. What did McCabe do with the blackmail money? He certainly didn't spend it on the team.

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  14. You'll have a nice derby with Rotherham next season

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  15. Phil 'handball' Jagielka is doing rather well at Everton

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  16. Sheffield United, no trophy since 1925

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  17. Came over from The Fiver ... Wolves could copy this for the next few seasons.

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  18. Do they have a word for shaudenfreude in blunt-land?

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  19. Over from the Fiver as well. There's hell, of course, and then there's Bloody Hell!!

    I did give United a mention in my little blogpost the other day: http://www.themagicworld.org/bloog/thick-slicing/

    I've got a reason for you to be cheerful. Someday soon you'll get to play Queens Park Rangers.

    You can't say I didn't try....

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  20. Your taxes are helping to fund our new ground as well. Thanks for helping with tHe Olympic stadium blunts

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  21. Total and utter karma

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  22. Better find someone else to sue

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  23. Oh dear Porkers

    oink oink

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    1. pies n eels that sums you lot up west spam

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  24. I touch myself

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  25. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    I enjoy watching the failings of The Blunts

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  26. You make me happy every day, I revel in your appalling situation, all bought on by your attempt at a contrived result that went wrong. Karma.

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  27. Oh deep joy. May you continue unrestrained on your descent into oblivion, it is no more and no less than you deserve. All that ill-gotten dosh and nothing whatever to show for it.
    It’s really hard to think of a better example of karma in action.

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  28. Going to enjoy watching Yeovil play in the Championship next year. Nowhere near being an odious little club

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  29. Whippets, that is all!

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  30. Bloody Carlos Tevez all his fault can't believe how unjust it all is if it wasn't for him we'd still be in the prem probably in Europe by now goddamn West Ham

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  31. Marvellous that your pointless, parasitic club is dying a slow painful death and no one, not even the vomit inducing dave whelan is slightly bothered. What goes around comes around my northern amigos. Brilliant!

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  32. Karma is a beautiful, undeniable thing.

    Whelan, Fulham and most of all yourselves tried to kill us. I'd have expected no sympathy from you if you'd succeeded so understand that we'll shed zero tears as your club rots. Shame, in some ways as before all this I had a bit of a liking for your lot. That's now long gone.

    We finished 10th last season- I wonder if you ever will again. COYI!







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  33. Can't even get out of League 1 despite our charity payments hitting your begging bowl every year, dread to think where you will be when your wealthy, cockney, top half of the Premier League, still watching the big teams, spending £10m+ on single players, moving to a massive new ground benefactors stop subsidising your shambles of a club. Still at least Avram is is reportedly on his way to make it all better. COYI

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  34. Avram Grant to Sheff Utd? Make it happen. We may need to borrow Millwall's plane and amend their banner.

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  35. Maybe you could all take another trip on the minibus to the FA, London is always a good day out for the needy

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  36. Every time I think about your nasty little clubs plight I am filled with an enormous sense of satisfaction. Who can you sue to try and get out of this one? It must be someone's fault?

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  37. reason to be cheerful - i cant see any

    even your greasy chip butties have been pissed on by the cockneys

    IRONS !!!

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