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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%
  



bruuuno 11:38 Tue Jan 11
How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
For me and a lot of people I know it’s followed a similar pattern - excessive consumption initially followed by a reduction and eventually moderation to below pre covid levels.

You cunts?

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Hammer and Pickle 10:42 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
It's medytacja skeks kult, numbskul

Cabbage Savage 10:40 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
zero change

Bench krew still avridge 2 ltr wodka each day

The village legend avridge 3-4 ltr each day
plus now lots of sikodelik mushroomz at his euro meddy tayshion sex kult meetings

Morpheus 10:13 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
I drank every day for 3 weeks over Christmas, not very cool is it……enjoyed it though

peroni 10:05 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Mace66

“Drugs are for losers”

No they’re not. But out of interest, what is your definition of “drugs” here? Is it substances deemed illegal by our current government at this present time?

Mace66 9:26 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
* Yoot

Mace66 9:26 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
I have zero dependence on booze so in lockdown I drank nothing. Normally I’d be an occasional drinker with the odd binge for a get-together.

Drugs are for losers - not touched anything since dabbling with the relatively harmless options as a toot some 30 odd years ago

panamahat 9:06 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Have had to curtail the tinnies cos of my Cirrhosis which was diagnosed same time as lockdown started , only drink in good company nowadays with some bugle & a couple of aspirins .

WHU(Exeter) 7:20 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
The COO's predicament has driven me to the demon booze.

Moncurs Putting Iron 5:00 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Lockdown one was all about enjoying the basics and looking after my physical health - Drank less

On the subsequent lockdowns and restrictions my bread and alcohol consumption shot up and I get very fuck it, jst get through how you can. Getting monthly deliveries of beer and wine in and getting through them.

Now I am back to my pre-Covid routine of no drinks during the week, A couple of beers on Saturday afternoon/night and Sunday bottle of wine.

⚒️ 10:35 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Pretty much knocked the booze on the head and therefore don’t get on the gear either anymore.

Still have the occasional blow out as long as there’s a genuine reason for it.

Manuel 9:33 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
It hasn't.

Pretty much been the same for years, I go out for a moderate amount of drinks to relax myself and put the world to rights for a few hours, the same occupation that generations of folk have indulged in from all walks of life for centuries. I could never imagine a life where I don't do it, and i know my limits. I don't go 'on the piss' a young mans sport, that.

mashed in maryland 9:15 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Not really related to last 2 years but almost completely ditched drinking lager/beer in general

Hangovers now almost non-existent

Leonard Hatred 9:06 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
I've given up drinking.

Well, cut down.

On spirits.

During the week.

norwaytips 1:58 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Hardly ever drink and was never into drugs. Neither have changed.

norwaytips 1:58 Thu Jan 13
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Hardly ever drink and was never into drugs. Neither have changed.

Balto 6:31 Wed Jan 12
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Have been diagnosed with high blood pressure. Reduced wine from two to three glasses a night to a half a glass. Sleep better as a result. It sucks getting old.

tanman 3:27 Wed Jan 12
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Less beer as a home drinker but easy to have far too much wine and rum and cokes etc. Definitely time to ease up for me.

Irish Hammer 2:25 Wed Jan 12
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?

Not allowed drink, and take 22 tablets a day. Some particularly lively ones.

Some designed to stop Psychosis, Intrusive Thoughts, and Forced Thinking.

Back in the clubbing days I took pills to bring stuff like that on ! :)

Lee Trundle 12:56 Wed Jan 12
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
A little less beer, a little more whisky.

So it evens itself out.

simon.s 12:51 Wed Jan 12
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Last proper DRINK was the paddy's day, 2020.

Can't say I've really missed missed it. My wallet and waistline have thanked me for it.

ted fenton 12:47 Wed Jan 12
Re: How has your drink / drug consumption changed in the last two years ?
Not a drop for the last 28 months --Cirrhosis

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