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Overheard the other day: "I've told you before - stop swearing in front of the kids, for fuck's sake." Your tales of double standards please.

(, Thu 19 Feb 2009, 12:21)
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I actually did a double take...
I saw a bloke once in Hull city centre (outside the central library for those in the know) wearing a FULL, shorts SOCKS and all replica Leeds United kit. This must have been about 15 years ago. I was stood next to him waiting to cross the road when he saw a punk waiting at the opposite side, he turned to his little kids and said "Look at that, doesn't he look daft!".

For fucks sake, you're a grown man dressed in a full football kit walking around town!! Not even the town of the team you're wearing. Looking like a complete twat and risking getting stabbed if you stay about after dark. You are in no position to say that anyone else looks "daft" you mong.

To top it all he looked like one of the Chuckle Brothers.
(, Sun 22 Feb 2009, 14:07, 6 replies)
Many years ago
I saw a man on a Saturday walking round with the FULL replica Ipswich Town kit on. Even the boots.
He came into where I worked to have an eye test.

I laughed in his face, I couldn't help it, daft cunt.

Yet if I walked down the street in full Princess Leia get up I'd be laughed at.
(, Sun 22 Feb 2009, 14:34, closed)
I laughed in his face, I couldn't help it, daft cunt.

Not sure if mine had boots on, but wouldn't have been suprised if he did.

Why do they do it?!? Are there ice hockey fans doing the same thing?
(, Sun 22 Feb 2009, 14:39, closed)
We went out for lunch yesterday
and a couple came in the restaurant, both wearing replica Ipswich town shirts. What are they trying to prove? Who do they think they are going to impress?
(, Sun 22 Feb 2009, 15:28, closed)
i bet
that when they have a kid, they'll name him after a player, that they've got a dog named after a manager, and that when they shag they used football terminology.
I have nothing against football, except for it's elitist attitude, and I would never wear a replica shirt to anywhere except a game if I had to.

You could have told the restaurant manager that 2 known hooligans had come in, for a bit of a laugh.
(, Sun 22 Feb 2009, 17:46, closed)
the only time I would do that (boots included) would be AFTER actually playing football at the nearby school
(, Sun 22 Feb 2009, 19:15, closed)
Especially the last line.
(, Sun 22 Feb 2009, 17:43, closed)

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