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    St. Sid got a reaction from windae cleaner in Rough Boozers   
    Most were in my monged out days so the names evade but:
    1. Pub in Torry in Aberdeen...offshore colleagues local..it was like a gold cygnet ring exchange shop as everytime someone got their c"nt kicked in they were removed of all jewellery and thrown out of the back door into an alley. Thankfully the colleague was doing most of the jewellery removing so I got through the escapade unscaved. Most fights in a pub I've ever witnessed in one night.
    2. Bird in the Hand, Johnstone....an old local that always had a "somethings going to happen" feel to it. There was never any handbags, if it kicked off it generally went a bit John Wayne movie style free for all.
    3. Club in London.....I was on a corporate gig with Microsoft back in the 90's. ABout 4 in the morning somewhere in west london I stumbled on a club with a big blackfella on the door - full-on 70's agro afro...he told me it was a black club only - I said nae bother and waltzed in....the whole place stopped dancing and the sharp intake of breath from the clubbers managed to drown out the thumping and very excellent music. I announced my arrival, stated my intent of having a wee bounce in their club and thanked them for their hospitality.....massive dreadlocked f"k'r wonders up and just as the "aw f"ck naw" thought was mustering, the big chap handed me a fairly chunky spliff....turned out a magic night.
    4. Dalmellington Pub....Back in the 80's I had the misfortune to find myself in Dalmellington for a few weeks. I was warned not to go into the pub by colleagues but fancying a real pint ditched the advice. This was in the middle of the miners strikes...I didn't even get to the bar when the entire place erupted at my presence....I saved myself from the Frankenstein-village-style mutants by running up a hill to where I new a colleague was snogging a local bird. Poor wegie c"nt got the kicking as I watched from the top of the hill.
    5. Invergordon Pub....Went through on a Saturday night after an all nighter on the Friday in sneck. Guest of a big gingy Orcadian f"k'r who was a bit of a drugged up Erik the Viking character. There was fighting in the street before we even got to the pub. A real dichotomy of a place....one half were junky funsters with a real flavour for pleasure, the other half had that local never been out the town limited and indecipherable vocabulary and the aggresive nature that comes with the failure to communicate and inability to breed outside their brothers and sisters. A testosterone fuelled wee place and everything was a test of testicular fortitude. Pleasant enough night out and an experience but not one I'd care to repeat.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Pepé Le Pew in Paisley - My Pics Of Old Or Unusual Buildings Or Places Of Interest.   
    Apparently Barshaw Park was the chosen location for Paisley's WW1 tank - a gift from the MoD for Paisley's contribution to the war effort. Apparently the dafties left live ammunition in the tank and some youngsters managed to fire off a shell...there was limited damage to properties in Ralston (shame); however a passing local grocer was severly burned by the debris flash. The youth's were never caught.....RickMcD and bluto?
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    St. Sid got a reaction from BIG BEN in Ralston Resident's Action Group Against St. Mirren   
    Probably worthy of its own thread; however I see that cuntcillor sharkey has been showing his true colours by behaving in an aggresive and abusive manner following his fellow cuntcillors pointing and laughing at his as he carried on his bizarre campaign against St Mirren football club and the gentlefolk of Paisley. He has effectively been told to stop being a fanny by his own party. :
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    St. Sid got a reaction from shull in Mirin   
    Kendo's first born is called Peroni.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Stuart Dickson in Hector Nicol   
    He died in the mid 80's I think. Disappointing that he never got the recognition he deserved. His funniness lasted a lifetime unlike that shitehoose Billy Connolly. Hector had real tragedy in his life with the random murder of his son by some dafty scumbag. Whereas that c*ck connolly invented his own imaginary tragedy through dodgy regression sessions with celebrity therapist Pamela Stevenson in a dire but successful attempt to sell shite self-help / overcoming life's tragedies nonsense.
    Hector was indeed a comedy legend and far more important than Billy "windswept @rsehole" Connolly.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from BAWZ in All the teams in the world who play in black and white stripes?   
    What you on about? Paisley Buddies is a derivation of the term "bodies", which was a term applied to workers from the weaving days. As in "it'll take three bodies two days to weave your tweed underpants ya posh b'st'rt."
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    St. Sid got a reaction from BuddyHolly9 in Paisley - My Pics Of Old Or Unusual Buildings Or Places Of Interest.   
    Apparently Barshaw Park was the chosen location for Paisley's WW1 tank - a gift from the MoD for Paisley's contribution to the war effort. Apparently the dafties left live ammunition in the tank and some youngsters managed to fire off a shell...there was limited damage to properties in Ralston (shame); however a passing local grocer was severly burned by the debris flash. The youth's were never caught.....RickMcD and bluto?
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    St. Sid got a reaction from BuddyHolly9 in Paisley - My Pics Of Old Or Unusual Buildings Or Places Of Interest.   
    A massively important historical building to Paisley and Scotland, even the UK...that rarely gets a mention. Didnae think you could go into it any more...you'll end up getting the jail Sonny. Should be a special Buddie award for the folk that rebuilt it - that widnae huv been cheap.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from BuddyHolly9 in Paisley - My Pics Of Old Or Unusual Buildings Or Places Of Interest.   
    Hopefully they'll be making an appearance but my favourites are the mad european looking hooses on the south side - think they were linked to Brown + Poulson?
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    St. Sid got a reaction from BuddyHolly9 in Paisley - My Pics Of Old Or Unusual Buildings Or Places Of Interest.   
    The old firestation was always a favourite of mine. One of the first tasks on my big lottery win list.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Maximillion in Faraway Saints Holiday Pics   
    Club Smokie doon the beach:

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    St. Sid got a reaction from Maximillion in Faraway Saints Holiday Pics   
    Got a bit too hot for him:

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    St. Sid got a reaction from Maximillion in Faraway Saints Holiday Pics   
    I was hearing at the game last night that other Buds have also been getting sent pics from FS on his holidays. Here's the one I got:

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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Faraway Saints Holiday Pics   
    Club Smokie doon the beach:

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    St. Sid got a reaction from sunlillorrelf in Unnamed American   
    Just for fun....the American will be unlikely to want to be the Chairman....what if he puts KMG into his dream job.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from BuddieMagill89 in Paisley - My Pics Of Old Or Unusual Buildings Or Places Of Interest.   
    The old firestation was always a favourite of mine. One of the first tasks on my big lottery win list.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    There was the Chingford Mosques handicapped children's annual day out to Brighton - but he knocked that back on conscientious grounds.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    Whereas you just give it away.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    That's surprising considering some of the homophobic banter I hear being flung at opposition players from the Main Stand.
    Seriously though, is bum sex really something people can't do without. I've given up masterbating for lent and I can tell you it's a tough gig.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    The moral indignance of some of the posts in this thread are quite funny, especially as they are all coming from the anti-religious brigade. Some are against having genuine church goers use a facility yet the club has been hosting hoards of openly sectarian scumbags in both the away end and even giving up sections of the St Mirren stands to host them.
    I am extremely curious as to how we can become one town, one team if we are going to openly alienate significant sections of the community.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    Cannae wait to see the reaction when St Mirren hosts its first gay wedding.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    Not really, but I can sense your shame.
    For clarification....(and 'cos I know it is getting right up you ).....St Mirren is not an anti-religion club, it is a religion neutral club. There is no requirement for a St Mirren supporter to develop an irrational sectarian hatred towards any individual religion or all religion. Individuals that support St Mirren can obviously believe or not believe what they like, or in your case choose mindless hatred over open-minded understanding and brotherlyness.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    Inverted conspiracy Bluto, very good...
    There is a very simple difference between "us" and OF supporters. Many of our supporters do attend churches of various flavours, many do not. Unlike OF supporters there is not any pressure whatsoever on any St Mirren supporter to hate anyone. We are free to hate or like who we want as individuals and not because of the team we support. So you batter in with your muslim bashing all you want Buddie, just don't do it in the name of St Mirren.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    Some very odd views on this thread. St Mirren is already a very broad church. The beauty of St Mirren is that we don;t really care what somebody choses to get up to outwith football or if they opt to bless themselves going on the pitch like John Potter - not that it is working for him.
    We have the lunatic oirish republican types exiled in Dublin, we have Bluto and his blatant anti-Muslim EDL nonsense, 2Becks and his OTT reaction to getting kiddyfiddled by the clergy in his youth. All pretty extreme viewpoints, but they are St Mirren supporters and all they care about is St Mirren - they would never utilise St Mirren as a vehicle / brand for their extreme agendas and would certainly be called on if they attempted it.
    I am delighted that a church will be holding ceremonies in the stadium facilities. For me this is another positive for St Mirren. The media will of course put their scumbag spin on it. That says more about their agenda, just as anyone having a go at this only let's themself down.
    What if someone wants to have their wedding reception at the clubs new supporters bar / function suite? If they were married at a church would the member of the clergy performing the ceremony be barred from attending the reception? Should we ban priests and ministers or imams from attending St Mirren games. Should we set about them if they are caught wearing a St Mirren scarf.
    I like St Mirren's tolerance - one of the best things about it, and why it is such a great community club. I would be proud to bring anyone to St Mirren park no matter what cultural background they have and I would be confident that they would be made very welcome.
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    St. Sid got a reaction from Tony A in Church at SMP   
    So long as the old grammarians keep their meetings at the glynhill and stay out our club I'll be happy. Although, if its the preacher with the big hands we may attract unwanted media attention.
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