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Q: 2019/20 With seven games to go will West Ham stay up
a. Our demise was sealed when the idiots on the Board appointed Moyes, we're down
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way

Leonard Hatred 10:16 Fri Nov 16
Shit or not shit?

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Mike Oxsaw 5:55 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
His original stage name was to be Armatige Shanks McDonald. I guess he got there in the end.

Northern Sold 5:46 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Even if you did not like his early snake hips and pelvis to his bloated sequined cat suit Vegas shows there is no doubt that he changed the face of music... an absolute icon... and this is coming from a Moddy boy

Darlo Debs 5:34 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
RIP Kirsty McColl

terry-h 3:57 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
About time we allowed the poor bugger to rest in peace. Those 12 hour shifts in a northern chip shop are not easy you know.

british is best 1:43 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
He wasn't known as the king for nothing . Seriously handsome sod as well .saw more pussy than a toilet seat .

arsene york-hunt 1:04 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
I thought him grossly over rated at the time. But he would seem great when compared to most of the shit that followed. Pop music is shit.

Mike Oxsaw 11:51 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Fat finger lickin' good.

Far Cough 11:25 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
It was definitely finger licking good

Nurse Ratched 11:01 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
"The Colonel forced him to "grow up" too soon."

Grow outwards, you mean?

You mean Colonel Sanders, right?

The Kronic 10:50 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
'Motherfuck him and John Wayne'

Mike Oxsaw 10:43 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
The Colonel forced him to "grow up" too soon.

He still had another 4 -5 years of pure "rock & roll" in him before he needed to move on to match the maturing musical tastes of those who grew up with him.

HairyHammer 10:00 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Hound dog, Blue suede shoes,Jailhouse rock, I can't help falling in love with you, and a Little less conversation are all big favourites of mine, I have a cousin who used to be an Elvis impersonator back in the early eighties, I also love this one, not his biggest hit though, please watch and enjoy,


Peterboroughiron 9:05 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Great selection sold

Sven Roeder 8:40 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
I see President Trump has just awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom
He didn’t turn up to receive it.

One of the others went to the wife of a casino owner who is a big Republican donor so he is in pretty RAREFIED company.

Bungo 7:48 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Excellent if only for giving Bruce Bisland, the drummer with The Sweet, the opportunity to come out front and do Old Shep when pissed, when playing pub gigs years ago.

Superb entertainment.

Nicey 7:31 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
In the ghetto - a song for our times

Sad then and sad that it’s still relevant now.

....and his mama cries

Apparently Elvis would cry when singing this song live as It moved him so much. Must have been a tune to move that lump!

lab 6:55 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Apparently he's making a comeback.... 3 feet to go.

Darlo Debs 4:21 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Suspicious Minds and A Little Less Conversation are fantastic songs

Northern Sold 3:31 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
If I can Dream
American Trilogy
In the Ghetto
Suspicious Minds
Burning Love

....all absolute classics.... Deffo NOT shit

wurzel 2:30 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Not to everyone's taste but he was certainly original.

The way I look at music, if you can instantly recognise their voice when singing, they've got something, Mick Hucknall - bit of a wanker but instantly recognisable. If you get my drift.

Darlo Debs 2:04 Sat Nov 17
Re: Elvis
Not a massive fan, but love a couple of his songs. Certainly not shit.

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