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TediousTom

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  1. Disagree Now move along, move along indeed
  2. No, neither Jeff King nor Heaton (I forgot his first name) could lace big Coles boots. Although both Jeff and thingmie Heaton were superb and each contributed so very much as was Hayden Coulson, big Nicolai Brock-Madsen, Matty Willock and that's it I cannae mind any more. We should re-vote for player of the year, Cole Kpekewa should have walked it Yes special thanks to Cole Kpekewa, thingmie Heaton, Hayden Coulson, Nicolai Brock-Madsen and Matty Willock for keeping us in the premier league, special thanks Cole Kpekewa, thingmie Heaton, Hayden Coulson, Nicolai Brock-Madsen and Matty Willock indeed.
  3. Is he the best signing of the season though? Cole Kpekewa takes some beating, takes come beating indeed
  4. Well they had to beat them ONCE to be able to beat them twice! I stand by my original point
  5. Do not be so shy, expand on the good bits Oran is a far superior manager to Robbie Neilson Despite not being Scottish Oran is far easier to understand than Robbie Neilson who is Scottish Despite not being from Paisley Oran is far easier to understand than Robbie Neilson who is from Paisley The Saint Mirren professional football club are a far better run organisation than Dundee Utd using any sensible form of measurement The local team supporting people of Paisley are a better class of supporter than that which follows Dundee Utd (some of whom cant even stick to the correct end) Paisley has a wonderful, historic Abbey, Dundee has a boat The Saint Mirren professional football club pte ltd co first team playing squad are not inclined to cheat (ie hack and dive) unlike Dundee Utd Saint Mirren are a team on the up, Dundee United are the second best team in their own street The Black and White is magnificent, tangerine is for wallopers Saint Mirren Park, Simple digital arena, Love Street, Paisley 2020 (whatever its called this week) is a purpose built, modern theatre for football, Tannadice is not. Gordon Scott drives an Aston Martin, the Dundee Utd chairman disnae Black and White army is a fine, cutting edge model of excellence in the football forum world, the Arab thing was out of date in 1994 Rio Ferdinand can name one of our players, he cannot name a Dundee Utd player The Saint Mirren professional football club pte ltd co first team playing squad have won the Barcelona cup, Dundee Utd just beat Barcelona once. Paisley Gilmour Street train station is a wonderful example of Victorian engineering and architecture, Dundee train station is a big brick shed. The Saint Mirren professional football club pte ltd co is named after an historically important person, Dundee United are not. I have never met anyone called Oran before,
  6. Rio ? Wahahahahahahahaha Made a tadger of myself, a tadger of myself indeed
  7. Here here I thought young Rio (Anton) was immense when he came on. He was the picture of professionalism and calm in a sea of strain, jadedness and pressure. Also I hasten to add.....I noticed Rio (Anton) at the Hamilton game and on Saturday lingering on the pitch at half time instead of making his way straight to the dressing room. Rio (Anton) then made a point (particularly against Hamilton) of speaking to each and every player as they re-took the field. He tried the same on Saturday but was slightly less successful owing only to the order the players re-appeared. He is clearly a good guy who cares about the game, his colleagues and the team he plays for. Well done Rio (Anton), well done indeed
  8. I believe him and I believe in him. So to clarify I believe what he says and I believe he exists to say it. To illustrate the opposite view I shall now talk about Smisa I don't believe Smisa and Im sorry they still exist. To illustrate, I don't believe anything Smisa say and I am sorry they still exist. Now back to the game...COME ON YE SAINTS
  9. Brilliant post.....reading it helped me to calm down for the 1 min 47 secs I spent reading your post and drinking in its wisdom. We SHOULDN'T be too worried but we should be worried enough that we give this everything, everything, everything, everything, everything, everything, everything, everything If/when we go two up I think I will pish my pants
  10. That's a bit racist. I used to feel the same about the Germans that was in the 1940's and 1950's and it would be difficult to blame anyone considering the political and social backdrop. The Japanese and Italians also. Well I suppose you wont be affected by Googles decision as you wont even own a Huawei phone. You should put your hatred aside and try the cuisine, its quite lovely. For the record I don't hate anyone any more, except for Alan Stubbs, Alex Rae, James Grady, Ross Tokely, Peter Tobin, Aaron Campbell, The Labour party, Margaret Thatcher's memory, all old firm fans, Cardinal Pell and all fiddly priests/bishops/cardinals, Alan Main, Katie Kopkins and Scott Brown. I used to have a real dislike of Peter Grant but that has lessened to a state of nonchalance. Yes as you can see I am tolerant as they come ,tolerant as they come indeed.
  11. I think he is, but you are correct why this week of all weeks. Shall we schedule in an adult conversation via the forum for say....July? Perhaps a far more interesting thread meantime would be entitled "why this week of all weeks" an examination of Lord Look at Me's eternal need for attention.
  12. A what? Anyhow Alan Stubbs is the end of the bell, the dangle of the berry, the Labour of the council and the left overs of bodily fluids in the used condom. Now we have tangerines to mangle, mangle those dirty tangerines indeed.
  13. Theres a nice wee cafe with a blue awning that I am thinking of......shut on a Monday I believe!
  14. Specially made bread? Is It some sort of French style café in Port Bannatyne perhaps...just at the pier? Lovely sourdough, lovely sourdough indeed
  15. I find myself in agreement with the middle bit of your post and I have cleverly put in bold in that part of your post in order to make the middle bit of your post more obvious in order to assist the readers eye in locating the part of your post that I agreed with. Anyway.... 1) Did he mean it knowing full well that he will be dismissed, pilloried and could even be arrested? No I do not 2) Is he some sort of "celebrity" with a large enough following that he really ought to be held to some sort of standard? Yes I do 3) Is the BBC a London centric pishbucket? Yes it is 4) Should Danny Baker be sacked for being so incredibly stupid? Yes he should 5) Would one of us mere mortals risk being dismissed from our menial and less important jobs (than celebrities have) had we tweeted something equally as stupid? Yes we may well have 6) Should lessons be learned about what we post on social media? Absolutely 7) Are people too easily offended these days? Yes they are 8) Does this fake rage somehow justify the stupidity of posting such "risqué" things on social media? No it does not 9) Is stupidity then a sackable offence? Yes it is 10) Could Danny Bakers ill informed tweet cause upset to a new mother (regardless of who she is) should that new mother be exposed to this tweet? Of course 11) Is upsetting new mothers by insulting the new born baby in any way justifiable? No it is not 12) For those fathers amongst us, how would you react if some fudbucket posted a picture of a chimp/monkey/ape insinuating that your new child looked like this chimp/monkey/ape? I would have tied him to a chair, cut his balls off and force fed them to him 13) So is Danny Baker a bit of a prick? yes he is 14) Is he a racist prick? Probably not 15) But a prick anyway? Yes absolutely 16) Does old Tom feel sorry for him? Not in the slightest, not in the slightest indeed
  16. 1) I agree 2) I agree 3) I agree That is exactly why I felt this subject was worthy of discussion. It is a sad indictment on the sport we love that such situations exist. I believe this trail has been blazed in just about every other mainstream sport, I believe we have had openly gay Rugby players Boxers Basketball Tennis and so on...... However the fitbaw is not alone, after a quick google I learned that several American footballers have "come oot" but only after retirement, none apparently during the old playing days!!!! Very sad state of affairs, very sad indeed
  17. My sexual preference these days is Retired
  18. I have just watched the BBC news. I dont often watch it as it a tissue of misreporting and London-centric pishwater, however a wee report was just on about the complete lack of openly gay footballers in Scottish football. This is a bit sexist as it should state "mens football" as I understad womens football has many a gay women who are happy to be open about it. Anyway, its about time our footballers did feel comfortable enough to reveal (if they wish) there sexuality. With the amount of young men currently "on the books" at our smashing club it is a statistical likliehood that a number of those men are homosexual or bisexual. The last figure I recall was thon big Justin Fashanu, whom I believe was openly bisexual. I do hope that this last bastion of ignorance is soon broken and I hope that all at our club are accepting when this inevitably occurs. I couldnt care less what hole people crave, I just hope they are good at football. A fair discussion to be had fellow buddies......... Time we broke this stupid barrier, time we broke it indeed.
  19. Why don't we return to our routes and turn out in a nice beige strip with knee length shorts? We could even insist that our manager wear a nice three piece suit and a bowler hat. I shall stop short of insisting on the good old lace up baw. The only problem with the strip would be the soup stains I am bound to cause, beige and soup, especially tomato soup tends not to go too well with beige. Yes beige, beige indeed
  20. Absolutely brilliant news...did the club buy it all? Now where do I go to see it See it I will, See it I will indeed
  21. At a time when the team is responding so well, the fight and the heart has returned, results are starting to fall our way and the fanbase is beginning to dare to believe we have this rotten thread Some folk rejoice in misery, rejoice in misery indeed/
  22. Norrie McWhirter was a very different player to Hugh Murray. Norrie was a natural sweeper, read the game superbly, could tackle, could pass and oozed class. His free kicks were rather tasty as well (a centre half who took free kicks.....you young un's wont be used to that). Norrie was NOT short of anything and WAS a top notch player. The fact that Norrie never went on to earn more money at higher level club(s) than ours was a travesty for football (although selfishly not for us). Norrie McWhirter should have been capped for Scotland and if he had left us would have found himself in the Scotland team very quickly. Nowadays he would walk into the Scotland team as Scotland does not currently have a centre half anywhere near the class of our Norman McWhirter. Miss you Norrie, Miss you indeed
  23. My old farter is producing buttons at this one. Dare I say I have hope, I have expectation and I have a dream.....my club has never shattered any of them before. COYS, COYS indeed
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