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
22%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
37%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
36%
  
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
5%
  



Nutsin 10:41 Tue Dec 7
Benefits of the pandemic
So after having Covid in May I became motivated to get my lungs back, so I started hitting the gym…..hard!

So I just finished yet another workout, been going 4 times a week since mid July.

I’m looking in the mirror, flexing right now and am amazed how well I look, Abs and Pecs look amazing, ooh, yeah! been really pushing it on the treadmill too so my lungs finally feel good again…

Gotta say I’m in the best shape since my mid 20’s, diet and exercise are everything…..feels great!

Anyway, anybody else have an uplifting Covid experience?

AFTER

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BRANDED 7:50 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Probably Johnson’s boyfriend. Or MPI’s?

Nutsin 5:41 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
What funny cunt put the pic up? Ag Ag Ag Ag!

Made me laugh!

Side of Ham 4:29 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Even when I get to your age I don’t think I’ll do those Saga Cruises Braindead…..

arsene york-hunt 4:27 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Benefits? It could wipe out all the anti-vaxers and conspiracy fantasists. Also the old farts like myself, and raspberries being a burden on the younger taxpayer.

BRANDED 4:22 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Oh, Soho, Venice, Lisbon, The Isle of Wight and Budapest were fucking great.

Side of Ham 4:09 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Those that bullshitted about their lives suddenly couldn’t peddle it anymore….

Swiss. 2:55 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Can't think of many. Wfh I guess but tbh I did a lot of that pre-pandemic. I enjoyed the general office banter and interaction.

Of I also enjoy a good social network and that includes nice late night cocktail bars etc.

Nah the pandemic is/was total shite.

Sarge 2:42 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Day 3 of isolation and ive had an 7-1 winner at donny.

Pentonville 2:41 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
for me, its the fact that there is a possilby deadly virus out there and my estranged wife who kidnapped my son suffers from high blood pressure. All i need is a perfect triangle of her forgetting to take her daily pills, someone riddled with covid to lick her face and hope she goes to her mothers who also has underlying health issues for comfort.

aldgate 2:18 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Loads of £50k loans for phantom firms with no chance of civil servants tracking them down and getting our money back. Good work Hmrc

smasher. 1:49 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Shoplifting

BRANDED 1:40 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Its much clearer who the absolute fists are in society

eric5bellies 1:21 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
That our Governments are a bunch of buffoons and that we elected them so what does that make us ? A society obsessed with Social media and how I want to be seen whilst practically living by my mobile phone. Whilst China continually undermines what we are and erodes our beliefs, to which our collective reaction is completely insipid and weak ?

Mike Oxsaw 1:17 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Seems like more than a few older people have decided to take themselves and their experience out of the work pool and opt for early retirement, leaving hundreds of vacancies for youngsters to fill and kick-start their carers.

What's not to like? That means even squeezes will be able to get proper jobs rather than poncing from flabby old gits.

Sven Roeder 12:56 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Am guessing a lot of people have benefited financially be it by commuting costs for the last two years , holiday costs or general reduced spend in pubs & restaurants (during lockdown closures).
Plus the squeeze on available employees has also meant pay rises.
Our company also gave everyone an additional cash bonus for still being in place (& alive) at the end of 2021

Another benefit is that work practices will be more flexible going forward ... WFH permission was like pulling teeth previously with my boss but thats definitely changing. My goal is to PARLAY that into a 4 day working week for the same money. That would have been unthinkable 2 years ago.

Bungo 12:56 Sat Jan 29
Re: Bungo
NPCMeMe 12:53 Sat Jan 29

What a very neat and comprehensive summary. :)

NPCMeMe 12:53 Sat Jan 29
Bungo
You don't need to be a certified doctor to know that if someone tells you on a Monday that everyone will die of the Bubonic plague by teatime and once teatime passes and nothing of the sort happens, that it's not true.

It really isn't any more complex than that.

Bungo 12:39 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
legrandefromage 4:20 Sat Jan 29

And so many others it would seem. :)

NPCMeMe 12:36 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
It's shown up people for what they really are.

https://i.ibb.co/c1HvgP1/Dont-Do-Anything-That-May-Help.jpg

Literally braindead retards that would pour petrol on themselves to put out a fire in a burning room if the TV told them so.

Mike Oxsaw 8:46 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Not sure that many people would qualify selling more under-age mail-order brides as a benefit of the pandemic, but, me not being the site expert here...

Manuel 8:40 Sat Jan 29
Re: Benefits of the pandemic
Ooohh, you bitch. I'm telling the teacher about you.

At least it got you out of bed. An observer rather than a poster these days, I note. Bless. Just a shame you ain't man enough to go full _antly.

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