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karlberg

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12/06/2019 at 09:04

Its cheap television. We should have the cricket world cup on the BBC not this mickey mouse stuff. The lines(wo)man for the England v Jocks game changed her time more times then erm, a women before raising her flag. Its dreadful.  

link; www.finesse-internet.co.uk/the-best-trip/ (THE BOOK THE CLUB REFUSED TO SELL). 

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12/06/2019 at 11:57

I know, Garrrry old bean. I speak for this forum when I say 'can't we go back to the glory days of the late 1990s and early 2000s, when every pub was an Oirish theme or a Furlong and firkin with a giant Jenga set in the middle and you could just order a lager without it having to be a craft IPA that tastes of mango served in a thimble. No women's football, no excess of coffee shops, no transexual toilets and no Islamic issues.? '

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12/06/2019 at 21:06

Quote Quote by essexgull on 12/06/2019 at 11:57
I know, Garrrry old bean. I speak for this forum when I say 'can't we go back to the glory days of the late 1990s and early 2000s, when every pub was an Oirish theme or a Furlong and firkin with a giant Jenga set in the middle and you could just order a lager without it having to be a craft IPA that tastes of mango served in a thimble. No women's football, no excess of coffee shops, no transexual toilets and no Islamic issues.? '

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1970's would do for me. No tinternet and proper pubs.  

link; www.finesse-internet.co.uk/the-best-trip/ (THE BOOK THE CLUB REFUSED TO SELL). 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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13/06/2019 at 13:48

They say the tv audience shows how far the women’s game has come along.

USA 13 v 0 Thailand.

Neither country has a men’s team or a competition much better than the County League. Seeing a keeper unable to catch anything in the air and taking goal kicks that reach half way - in their own half, are just a few easy examples of how poor it is. Not a problem unless you are selling it as Brazil v Italy 1970 World Cup Final, which they are.

Ying and yang though, for avid watchers like the Gullster, there is Gabby Logan to mentally undress. 

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#20
13/06/2019 at 14:12

ThaiWS 

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essexgull

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13/06/2019 at 14:49

Quote Quote by karlberg on 12/06/2019 at 21:06


1970's would do for me. No tinternet and proper pubs.


Ale tasting like soapy dishwater with a 2.5% alcohol content, the acrid smell of potential violence and returning home at 11pm to die on the sofa of smoke inhalation from a chip pan fire, who wouldn't want to return to those times, Garry old bean!


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13/06/2019 at 15:16

Quote Quote by RichardCheatham - City AFC on 13/06/2019 at 13:48
They say the tv audience shows how far the women’s game has come along.

USA 13 v 0 Thailand.

Neither country has a men’s team or a competition much better than the County League. Seeing a keeper unable to catch anything in the air and taking goal kicks that reach half way - in their own half, are just a few easy examples of how poor it is. Not a problem unless you are selling it as Brazil v Italy 1970 World Cup Final, which they are.

Ying and yang though, for avid watchers like the Gullster, there is Gabby Logan to mentally undress.


Is there any genetic proof that the Thai team were actually all women? Might have been a few ringers in there to make up the numbers. A few of their players brought back memories of an Asian trip in the mid 1990s, but let me assure you that there were far more than 13 balls emptied in the back of Thai nets on that tour. They were normally dancing round a pole, rather than taking a centre forward's legs from under him, err, her. And if any poster has a problem with this, I suggest they ring my employer and demand that I am dismissed immediately.

Logan used to live in my final resting place in London/Surrey, so would see her around walking a boxer dog. Attractive woman, but all that sport chat would bore me rigid. Not sure that I've ever been excited by a woman of Welsh extraction, could be mistaken. I'm in the final third of my actual beasting days, the era of mutually-accepted disappointment. Two pensioners trying to avoid ripping each other's papery skin and displacing a hip is the next stage, so I'll take a pass on her for now.

War in the Middle East on the horizon, half the world taking out their jealousy on the Brits via social media... Not our fault that 10,000 British soldiers and civil servants controlled half a billion Indians, the blame lies closer to home. I'm surprised that Jo Brand even is still a comedian, let alone in a public position to get noticed. How many period jokes can you make.


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13/06/2019 at 19:55

Quote Quote by essexgull on 13/06/2019 at 14:49


Ale tasting like soapy dishwater with a 2.5% alcohol content, the acrid smell of potential violence and returning home at 11pm to die on the sofa of smoke inhalation from a chip pan fire, who wouldn't want to return to those times, Garry old bean!


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You must have drank in the wrong places son, and who said we drank ale ? There were plenty of places open after 11.00 pm but you had to know where they were. Another plus was no SKY and no Premier League. To watch football live on a Saturday afternoon at 3.00 pm you had to make the effort to get to the ground and pay at the turnstiles, which was for nothing compared to todays inflated prices, and you could stand where you want. Better music too. 

Post edited on 13/06/2019 at 19:58 by karlberg

link; www.finesse-internet.co.uk/the-best-trip/ (THE BOOK THE CLUB REFUSED TO SELL). 

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14/06/2019 at 15:31

Likes - rye whisky, religious architecture, wilderness, mountains, the sea, red wines, ciders, various crime procedural programmes, rugby union, sea fishing, hiking, cultural travel, moderately warm summers and cold winters, reading, resistance training, growing vegetables, Italian and Thai food, traditional English food, cheese, an occasional cigar, British countryside and market towns. English breakfasts, early mornings, making own firewood process from tree to fireplace.

Dislikes - craft ale, concerts/festivals, bread, Indian food, overtly homosexual behaviour, gobby women, the obese, news programmes, excessive social media usage, ethnic writers, marathon runners, Google experts, weather whiners, small talk with neighbours and acquaintances, Jeremy Clarkson car expert wannabes, impolite people, modern comedy, any form of performance art, men who have to compete conversationally over everything, hen-pecked males and anyone who says 'I have to check with the wife', shorts and flip flops in cities, London underground, dog owners who allow faeces to remain in the street, cycling,


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15/06/2019 at 10:23

A few posters sliding into my DMs with further queries, so to clear them up and hopefully negate the reason for more questions, I shall answer publicly - open-minded, as a general rule of thumb, robust Italian and Spanish reds, pies and traditional meat-based dishes - roast dinners, game etc., Snowdonia a little touristy, so prefer Scottish highlands slightly off season, Welsh borders, Devon and Cornwall, it's a shorter growing season, so can't grow the Mediterranean beans and longer growth cycle veg, so mainly root veg, berries and tomatoes in the greenhouse, cathedral, roman buildings and others and no I don't see the hypocrisy, yeah egg, bacon, sausage, black pudding - all fried and if you've got a problem with it, happy to meet up face to face to discuss, usually a Cohiba Siglo V, but again, no expert so open to whatever, most English cheese. Don't like the crowds anymore, nor having to queue for a drink, overly greasy and spice heavy, detest the after taste and gives me indigestion, it's not the act of homosexuality, it's the necessity to flaunt it and talk about it endlessly, I haven't read a huge quantity, but find them overly whimsical, overly descriptive to the point of boredom and very samey and preachy. It's more men my age who go on about it and spend thousands on the gear, rather than the actual act of riding the bike.


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16/06/2019 at 06:22

Quote Quote by essexgull on 15/06/2019 at 10:23
A few posters sliding into my DMs with further queries, so to clear them up and hopefully negate the reason for more questions, I shall answer publicly - open-minded, as a general rule of thumb, robust Italian and Spanish reds, pies and traditional meat-based dishes - roast dinners, game etc., Snowdonia a little touristy, so prefer Scottish highlands slightly off season, Welsh borders, Devon and Cornwall, it's a shorter growing season, so can't grow the Mediterranean beans and longer growth cycle veg, so mainly root veg, berries and tomatoes in the greenhouse, cathedral, roman buildings and others and no I don't see the hypocrisy, yeah egg, bacon, sausage, black pudding - all fried and if you've got a problem with it, happy to meet up face to face to discuss, usually a Cohiba Siglo V, but again, no expert so open to whatever, most English cheese. Don't like the crowds anymore, nor having to queue for a drink, overly greasy and spice heavy, detest the after taste and gives me indigestion, it's not the act of homosexuality, it's the necessity to flaunt it and talk about it endlessly, I haven't read a huge quantity, but find them overly whimsical, overly descriptive to the point of boredom and very samey and preachy. It's more men my age who go on about it and spend thousands on the gear, rather than the actual act of riding the bike.


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Thanks for the clarification, old bean 

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I'm an alligator...

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#27
22/06/2019 at 22:25

Just sampled the last minutes of Norway v Australia and I detect there may be a problem with the split arses' World Cup...
Yes!
You guessed!
This match is HIDEOUSLY White!
I mean, get on a fooking course, like... 

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22/06/2019 at 22:29

Quote Quote by essexgull on 15/06/2019 at 10:23
A few posters sliding into my DMs with further queries, so to clear them up and hopefully negate the reason for more questions, I shall answer publicly - open-minded, as a general rule of thumb, robust Italian and Spanish reds, pies and traditional meat-based dishes - roast dinners, game etc., Snowdonia a little touristy, so prefer Scottish highlands slightly off season, Welsh borders, Devon and Cornwall, it's a shorter growing season, so can't grow the Mediterranean beans and longer growth cycle veg, so mainly root veg, berries and tomatoes in the greenhouse, cathedral, roman buildings and others and no I don't see the hypocrisy, yeah egg, bacon, sausage, black pudding - all fried and if you've got a problem with it, happy to meet up face to face to discuss, usually a Cohiba Siglo V, but again, no expert so open to whatever, most English cheese. Don't like the crowds anymore, nor having to queue for a drink, overly greasy and spice heavy, detest the after taste and gives me indigestion, it's not the act of homosexuality, it's the necessity to flaunt it and talk about it endlessly, I haven't read a huge quantity, but find them overly whimsical, overly descriptive to the point of boredom and very samey and preachy. It's more men my age who go on about it and spend thousands on the gear, rather than the actual act of riding the bike.


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The bride stripped bare... 

Post edited on 22/06/2019 at 22:37 by I'm an alligator...

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#29
26/06/2019 at 13:57

Have we won it yet? Is it coming home?

Can’t wait for the “Lionessessessessess surpass the England cricket team” tripe.

Neville out, Boothroyd in.

They say the u21s is good prep for the national team. Comical defending, late goals conceded and an expectation above reality pre tournament has certainly put these young chaps on the right course. 

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#30
29/06/2019 at 19:00

Right!
That’s my lot!
That Swede just spat!

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