WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
28%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
33%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



1985 9:01 Wed Sep 30
20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
..are they racist?

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jimmy iron 1:05 Fri Oct 2
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
1985 ... Sorry mate. He's gone on to do a lot, hope you've moved on from the Grifter by now!

HairyHammer 12:47 Fri Oct 2
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Brits 2001 Craig David nominated for 6 awards does not even win one, now thats what i call racist.

1985 11:32 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
jimmy, that's horrendous. Thanks for posting that and ruining my memories of Ruffell on his Ammoco mongoose. Those bunny hops and front hops were rubbish anyway...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjOnC2u6-rg

finding out that one of your childhood heros is responsible for the heinous, divisive MOBOS. It's like finding out that Trevor Brooking is now working as a drag queen.

Ruffell can stick his half pipe up his arse! The Skyway riders were much classier anyway.

stirlinghammer 11:23 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Mentor enjoys negro rhythms

jimmy iron 10:24 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
1985 11:53 Wed Sep 30
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...

Sorry mate, you're not gonna like this...
https://about.me/andyruffell

... In 1995 he Co-Created ‘The MasterCard MOBO Awards’ Europe’s First Urban Music Awards Show London UK – ITV / Channel 4 / BBC. ...

Robson 2:22 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Served its purpose of highlighting the importance of black influence on popular music.

Probably should be retired or re-branded now.

lowermarshhammer 2:16 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Grumpster 1pm

Somebody who cuts hair for black people would generally do a shit job on a white person's barnet and vice versa.

Same goes for asian and oriental hair, they are very different and require different techniques and skills.

The MOBO's have always been a bit shit.

We all came from Africa in the beginning innit.

Takashi Miike 2:08 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
i wonder if patoranking knows patobanton?

White Pony 2:07 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Shatta Wale?

That's gotta hurt.

BRANDED 1:16 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
They have a category of best African act. You would assume that for the most part it would have a black origin if it came out of Africa init?


MOBO Best African Act

Wizkid

Fuse ODG

Silvastone

Davido

Patoranking

Moelogo

Yemi Alade

AKA

Mista Silva

Shatta Wale

Grumpster 1:00 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Massively racist as are black only hairdressers, but I find it more funny than offensive, as they would still be the first to play the race card as well the silly sods.

Darby_ 12:17 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
*strums lute*

Amputee Actor 12:14 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
The MOWOS would be a massive humiliation for Caucasians. What have we created, exactly? Boring instrumental classical music, which pseuds only pretend to like because they think it's edifying, opera (god-awful shite) prog rock, heavy metal and punk.

Awful stuff.

the coming of gary 12:13 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
don't forget ;

" grand national - i've narrowed it down to a short list of thirteen "

" Wimbledon - hope Murray loses / come on Muzza / I fancy Sabine Lisicki / I fancy Ana Ivanovic / is this gay shit still going on "

" Glastonbury is just pop shit these days, I prefer iron maiden and metallica "
.

Rossal 12:06 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
The MOWO's would be deemed racist

But we all know its different because they are black right ?

Pancho 11:49 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Love seeing people cry about the MOBO's...

Because white people haven't had it good for the longest time by and large?

Grow up you soppy cunts.

Amputee Actor 11:08 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Those tend not to be seasonal.

White Pony 11:07 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Crisps, immigrants, MOTD pundits, conspiracy theories and the latest paranoid "they're all out to get West Ham" scandal should be on that list, surely.

Amputee Actor 9:08 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
How do we mark the passage of time during a year on WHO, IN thread topics?

"Do you bother going out on NYE these days? It's expensive and shit"

"All the dopey birds in the office are going on about Valentine's Day. I'm glad my MISSUS thinks it's a load of shit, but then I buy her presents on other days instead, and I'm not just a cheapskate " (calling bullshit on that )

"All these plastic paddies make me sick on st Patrick's day"

"Why doesn't this country celebrate st George's day? No pride, unlike the Irish "

"It's flying ant day!"

"New season, manager's shit, we're in relegation form. We're all gonna die"

"Are the MOBOS racist?"

"Halloween, what a shit yank import" (it isn't a yank import, you morons)

"Isn't Christmas shit? "

Lovejoy 8:56 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
Great. The annual MOBOS thread.

Fortunes Hiding 8:44 Thu Oct 1
Re: 20 years of THE MOBOS. I'm still not sure...
MOWOS

Just doesn't work does it?

Calm down you honkeys.

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