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Everything posted by BuddieinEK

  1. I was never upset, I simply tried to educate you. I know. My bad. You refuse to learn. "In the 1860s, "snowflake" was used by abolitionists in Missouri to refer to those who opposed the abolition of slavery. The term referred to the color of snow, referring to valuing white people over black people." Still... You know best! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Fail. Apology will be accepted. I abused Faraway on a thread started by NSS. If going to call me out, at least get your facts right. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜œ
  3. Not for a long time and only ever two that I defy you to say don't deserve it. I'd rather abuse them than our own players. Oh... A quick look back will see you know who regularly abusing out players. I will always call that out as unacceptable behaviour.
  4. Not at all... Criticism is acceptable. Abuse is not. Boo boy regularly abuses our players. It's ok to say someone had a bad match without personally abusing them the way boo boy does regularly.
  5. A very poor and disappointing result. We have a choice. Criticise the players and risk them losing all confidence... Or believe in them and support them... Help them recover and prove their worth. These are the very same players who got us up to third... As you love to say our pest performance in years. Suddenly they are duds to be abused? I have called you out more than once for abuse of our own players. I'm not surprised that you choose to forget, boo boy. I am choosing to keep the faith and write it off as one of those days. Apologies for being positive! πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜‚
  6. He can't and won't. The boo boy gets off on this pointless abuse. Never ever is he a "supporter"!
  7. You cannot stand the fact that I am WAY more positive towards our team and players than you. Time and time again I have called you out for abusing players. Fact. You cannot evidence even one incident of me abusing one of our players, boo boy. We have established nothing other than you live in a fantasy world where you believe your own negative rhetoric. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  8. Yup. Poor day at the office. Some players may well be struggling for match fitness. Still, easy to be a boo boy. Not great but what the hell... The season was always going to be full of ups and downs and I'm behind the players and manager all the way.
  9. Calling players "pathetic" is unacceptable. Ironic from someone who calls fans "St Moan" supporters. It IS possible to be critical in a civil manner, boo boy. Like St Mirren supporters, you turn abusive to the players so readily.
  10. Boo boy! At least try and support the team whilst they are still playing.
  11. O'Hara is a big loss but still a strong starting 11.
  12. VAR would freeze on this... 100% a penalty under modern rules! Hibs fans are stuck in the days of Enid Blyton.
  13. Well I was grateful to the "pedestrian" O'Hara who was the king of cool taking that penalty. We deserved that draw even if some think we were lucky to achieve it. Good teams work hard to create "luck" and right now, that's us. On our penalty, my Hibby mate has swallowed the bait and believes his manager that there was a foul on the keeper and it was never a penalty. I've double checked. We definitely scored from a penalty. Oh... In the good old days it would never have been awarded, but there was a definite tug on the jersey and in this day and age, that's a stonewaller.
  14. Perv! Maybe they lined the bowl with paper first... but what a strange admission! πŸ€πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜œ
  15. A twat on occasion but not a diddy! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜œ
  16. The Bill Kirchen Trio I had NO idea what to expect! I did NOT expect that! I don't think anything could have really prepared me for the level of musicianship and enjoyment I experienced. The 75 year old American with over 50 years experience had us singing along from track 1 and was given several standing ovations at the end of a blistering non stop set lasting close on two hours! The venue website described his music as a "mash up rockabilly, country, western swing, honky-tonk, jump blues, jazz, boogie-woogie and even the β€œpsychedelic folk rock”". I don't think that comes close to describing the full range of the one man Telecaster tornado! No guitar changes No tuning changes. No capo. No gimmicks... Yet the range of sounds from the guitar was off the chart. Add on witty lyrics and it was a truly memorable night for the sell out crowd.
  17. First time making it through to the Paisley Pie Co today... Knocked myself out... Like a kid in a sweetie shop! Pies Pies Pies! Tonight, Mrs Me had the Chicken Tikka Chasni pie and I had the South Indian Garlic Chilli Chicken pie... Both served with home made Bombay potatoes and Dhal. Wow. Sublime. Both pies were amazing and worth the return trip to Paisley. More pies to follow... Steak and Gravy. Steak and Gravy with Stornoway Black Pudding. Donner Kebab pie! 😯😎β™₯️
  18. Yet another dig at St Mirren supporters! Petty and ironic in the extreme.
  19. The one where we said goodbye. I'm not one for gushing over celebrity but this is heartbreaking. I identify with Chandler and Matthew in so many ways. 54 is far too young. πŸ’”πŸ˜₯
  20. Not sure about live TV either... But for an auld fart your memory is exceptional.
  21. We have a winner. Well played sir.
  22. Two characters? Oops. Two charities. Honest. He played for 14 clubs, including 2 in the USA. He scored against us at Love Street in a crucial relegation struggle in a 1-0 defeat for us in front of a massive crowd! His team still ended up being relegated.
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