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  1. #41
    Had anybody even heard of suicide prevention day until all this?

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by AguyIknow View Post
    The hanging of blow up dolls was in extremely bad taste, particularly on World Suicide Prevention day and if you can't see that then I feel sorry for you.





    Agreed, but I doubt many knew about that particular day, I certainly never,i never even knew about the dolls till the Sunday.

  3. #43
    I think one of the dolls was Dame Selfslayer so that was maybe a bit uncalled for.

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by AguyIknow View Post
    The hanging of blow up dolls was in extremely bad taste, particularly on World Suicide Prevention day and if you can't see that then I feel sorry for you.
    Who you talking to here? Why don't you start a thread about how the dolls was in bad taste - you might get a better reaction than some hurting hun doing nothing but hurling abuse.
    You honestly think anyone is going to agree with that pr1ck?
    Bad taste or not, offensive or not, the antipodean ersehole can shove his sanctimonious pish right up his jacksie

  5. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieSkelper View Post
    Had anybody even heard of suicide prevention day until all this?
    Suicide prevention day - have you ever heard such utter pish in all yer life...
    Were we supposed to do anything special on 'Suicide Prevention Day', like tell the huns' missus' to hide all the sharp objects in their hoose? Burn the ropes? Flush the pills down the toilet?
    Load of baws

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by 54FairAndSquare View Post
    100% right Brother Oz. they are vermin

    A disgraceful act by seriously disturbed individuals.

    Individuals that have the full support of their rancid club

    A rancid club that is supported to the hilt by the Scottish Football authorities, mhedia, police and government.

    On 9/11 of all days, they should be reflecting on the support for terrorism
    But I suspect they wont
    you boys kill me with yer two faced sh,,ite

    check this out

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emFDCdBX2BU

    this band was guest of honour at a testimonial between rangers and linfield last saturday....all hand shakes and smiles

    heres the very same band the day before at a memorial parade for a dead terrorist killed by the SAS

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cicXH9fi360



    does anyone see the sickening hypocracy of these winy gits?..or is it just me !!

    ya got well and truely pumped......deal with it ya tramps !!

  7. #47
    If it wasn't the dolls the huns would be crying about something else, anything to deflect from their 5-1 pumping.

  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by boowho View Post
    you boys kill me with yer two faced sh,,ite

    check this out

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emFDCdBX2BU

    this band was guest of honour at a testimonial between rangers and linfield last saturday....all hand shakes and smiles

    heres the very same band the day before at a memorial parade for a dead terrorist killed by the SAS

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cicXH9fi360



    does anyone see the sickening hypocracy of these winy gits?..or is it just me !!

    ya got well and truely pumped......deal with it ya tramps !!
    Can't be doing with all the faux outrage from either side to be honest - just suck it up.
    I do find it incredible that (presumably) reasonable people organise a memorial for a murderer just because he is a murderer. Not a freedom fighter - he just indiscriminately shot someone because he was a Catholic. I'd never heard of this bloke before but had a wee swatch at wikipedia...

    "Robinson and fellow UVF member Davy McCullough were travelling on a motorbike... Upon seeing Paddy McKenna, a Catholic civilian man who was walking along the street, Robinson opened fire, hitting McKenna a total of 11 times and killing him. Unbeknownst to the two UVF members, an undercover British Army unit was in the area. Giving chase in a car, the soldiers collided with the motorbike, forcing both men off the road. Robinson was shot twice, then twice more in the back of the head by a female soldier standing over him. He was 27. Upon hearing the news of her son's death, Robinson's mother Margaret suffered a fatal heart attack."

    I mean, seriously - can anyone say they didn't suddenly burst out laughing when they read that last bit...

  9. #49
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    Fairly sure the dolls hadn't committed suicide

  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieSkelper View Post
    If it wasn't the dolls the huns would be crying about something else, anything to deflect from their 5-1 pumping.
    "no one likes us,,we dont care"


    and then we cry like babies

    in fact they dont know if they should sh,it scream cry or laugh

    two feckin weeks ago they were bumming and blowin..........we told them they were ****e........would they listen ???

    its hysterical !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackSnakes View Post
    I mean, seriously - can anyone say they didn't suddenly burst out laughing when they read that last bit...
    going too far now.

  12. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by Taintedice View Post
    Fairly sure the dolls hadn't committed suicide
    Ffs

  13. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by Taintedice View Post
    going too far now.
    Fk them.
    Prejudiced bigoted filth the lot of them. She'd have been dancing in the street at the death of an innocent man if her scumbag of a son hadn't got tapped

  14. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieSkelper View Post


    The huns do something similar every year before the 12th of July but as soon as Celtic fans do the same the toys get launched oot the pram
    What football ground was that taken in? I know it looks a bit like the old Piggery but I can't quite place it.

    And when was the last time a football season was on the go in the run up to 12th July?

    Im genuinely confused here. You say the h**s do something very similar .. Since you all keep telling us that h** is a term for Rangers supporter, I assume if must involve a Rangers match.

    Unless h** has a different meaning?

  15. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by 54FairAndSquare View Post
    What football ground was that taken in? I know it looks a bit like the old Piggery but I can't quite place it.

    And when was the last time a football season was on the go in the run up to 12th July?

    I’m genuinely confused here. You say “the h**s do something very similar ….”. Since you all keep telling us that h** is a term for Rangers supporter, I assume if must involve a Rangers match.

    Unless h** has a different meaning?
    Are you seriously trying to dodge this one?

  16. #56
    Dodge what? I'm genuinely confused.

    Maybe if you answered my quiestoins I could help.

  17. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by 54FairAndSquare View Post
    Dodge what? I'm genuinely confused.

    Maybe if you answered my quiestoins I could help.
    If you are that confused you are beyond help.

  18. #58
    I know I am. I'm not very bright. But maybe you could help me. Just a little bit. Please.

    Just answer my first quesiton. That should be enough for my tiny mind.

    So go on then

    What football ground was that taken in?

    In your own time.

  19. #59
    Who said it was taken in a football ground?

  20. #60
    Also what is a quesiton?

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