WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
24%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
25%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
48%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



Nutsin 3:19 Sun Dec 19
Nurses “Cheery thread”
Only positive happy posts allowed.

If you’ve got nothing nice to say then fuck off, don’t post here!

If you’re a Debbie downer, then fuck off, don’t post here!


Only smiley, happy people please!


Anyway, 5th in the table, quarter finals coming up and the knock out stages of the Europa league to look forward to……Got my nuts in this morning and all my Christmas shopping is done!

Now for a glass of Egg Nog!

Cheers!

Happy Days!

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Nurse Ratched 1:32 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
When I read Jim C's post about his conga, I immediately thought of this...


https://youtu.be/wx59zLqBRuI


🎵 You don't win friends with co-VID,
You don't win friends with co-VID 🎵

Jim C 1:04 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
Isolation ends at midnight for me, I shall be doing a one man conga down the street.

Christmas presents sorted, a box of beers and case of cider ready to be taken on.

Nurse Ratched 1:04 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
🧐 @ Capitol Man

Side of Ham 12:21 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
…..it’s cheering to know we have our very own real life Scrooge in Come On Benrahma so we can feel better about ourselves……

Come On You Irons 12:17 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
My tax code was adjusted by HMRC recently so I now receive even more of my six figure salary in my net pay.

Well, that cheered me up at least!

Westham67 11:46 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
My clinical psychologist report stated in her (No link) conclusion that my memory is poor but it might be inattention or my mood disorder but I have an MRI scan that says otherwise the part of my brain box that stores memory has gone down in volume. Along with my 2 stents and meds, I have to take that make me exhausted after 2 hours of physical work and possible arthritis in my elbow joints. I will be making a claim for PIP and ESA in 2 months' time which 3 months in which time the Mrs (No link) will be here. It is already agreed with the family I shall be back playing 7s football tournaments I can stay at a mates place in Penang, playing golf and generally doing fuck all why they all work

Happy 2022

Dandy Lyon 11:25 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
Nutsin

It feels like that a couple of weeks ago you were notified that you are lagging behind in the ‘most crappy threads started in a year’ record and decided to pull out all the stops in an effort to catch up.

Have you read a Facebook meme telling you it’s better to be boring than quiet or something?

Manuel 5:50 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
Nutsin 3:19 Sun Dec 19

''Only positive happy posts allowed''


Oh, another thread where we are ''not allowed'' to say what we want. How about go fuck yourself, and please don't talk about your sex life on here, as it's vomit inducing, you cunt.

Capitol Man 5:47 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
Nurse’s cherry thread would have been far more interesting…… or possibly not.

Irish Hammer 3:42 Sun Dec 19
Re: Nurses “Cheery thread”
Had a great day today.

Got last few Christmas presents sorted. Brought my 9 yo niece and 10 yo nephew out for their Christmas treat day, they ate their body weight in food, and i gave each of them 20 quid to buy a book and toys etc. They both actually gave me back change !

Dropped the back to their house, and called up to a great mates elderly mums house, her husband passed away almost a year ago and I wanted to say hello, brought her up a Christmas wreath made out of fresh pine branches and spent about 3 hours having a completely random conversation with her. Two cups of tea and a really enjoyable time.

Home now and did a bit of research on my illness that I've been meaning to do for ages but kept putting it off. Feel glad to have done it.

All in a lovely day, and feeling good right now.

Night all, wherever you are.
Phil.





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