WHO Poll
Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
47%
  
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
13%
  
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
30%
  
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
2%
  
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt
8%
  



Pee Wee 11:20 Thu Nov 23
Dead WHO'ers
With a couple of nostalgia threads on the go including one informing us the site is 20 years old, it made me think that in that time we must have lost a number of WHO'ers.

There are some that were pretty public on here but there must be others than only one or two other people know about.

It got me thinking too, there must be others than has passed on and we don't even know about it. I know if I got hit by a bus tomorrow I don't think anyone on here would here about it.


So list below the people you know have passed away, feel free to say something about them and let's honour our dead.


I'll start:

Pig Destroyer - I have PD to thank for allowing me to see the beauty that can be found in a big lass. - RIP

Julia Wright-Trapesi - Victim of a rape murder. Sadly the police never caught who did it, with the only clue they can to go on was a bumble bee jumper with dribble all down it left at the scene.

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riosleftsock 10:18 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Bill Sidney, Oz

claypole 8:37 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
good. glad to hear that

joyo 6:42 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Claypole it was the coach to Andorra and he's still alive and kicking last l heard

The Stoat 6:36 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
ted fenton 1:04 Thu Nov 23

mallard 6:28 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Is Hairy Spotter still around after his European meltdown ?

The_Phantom 6:22 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
If you think about it, they're the lucky ones.

We're still suffering

claypole 6:22 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
There was a guy that collapsed and fell out of a coach abroad last year (Malta I think). I remember a thread arranging a whip for him. did he make it?

Pee Wee 6:19 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Whitester, I was just talking about that the other day. I still get flash backs

HairyHammer 6:12 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Dead WHO'ers or as they should be called WHO'ers that have found a better way of living.

Grumpster 6:01 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
KIA

Last seen being bundled into the back of RomfordHammers car.


Didn't know about Paul from Philly, that's a cunt indeed. RIP fella.

bruuuno 5:40 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Steve P must be pushing up daisies now surely?

Lily Hammer 5:10 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
I reckon old Jake must have moved on years ago. He was our oldest member, if I'm not mistaken.

VirginiaHam 5:04 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Stomper; died from cancer earlier this year. He reckoned he'd won his battle, having nearly died during at least one operation. He had multiple chemo and radiation treatments too, which are fucking brutal.

I went to his memorial service, since he lived 40 miles from me here in DC. Lots of family and friends there. Top man, by all accounts.

joyo 4:59 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Is Alf Gandhi dead or in a care home with dementia?

Whitester. 1:57 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Tripe dresser for me.

Top bloke.

Pickled Naga Pee Wee?

Swiss. 1:28 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Julia Wright-Trapezi ...lol

She's on FB. Even got some friends

Hammer and Pickle 1:23 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
What’s happend to Darth Lemsip?

And I-Ron for the matter?

ted fenton 1:04 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Really miss HammerHermit a gentle giant of a man that contributed to many a post on here with vast knowledge of West Ham.

RIP big man.

El Scorchio 12:55 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Paul In Philly, who apart from supporting the Philadelphia Eagles was a good bloke.

He was killed in a road accident in the states while riding a moped, I believe.

Very sad to hear that at the time.

Johnson 12:17 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Thickle's marriage is dead I reckon, it's why he's on here so much.

Hammer and Pickle 12:15 Thu Nov 23
Re: Dead WHO'ers
Wright-Trapezi? You’ll trip the sprinklers if you’re not careful, Pee.

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