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  1. 2014 referendum - yes Scottish elections - SNP/Greens
  2. Joe was a successful lawyer, but as he got older he was increasingly hampered by incredible headaches. When his career and love life started to suffer, he sought medical help. After being referred from one specialist to another, he finally came across an old country doctor who solved the problem. "The good news is I can cure your headaches... the bad news is that it will require castration." You have a very rare condition which causes your testicles to press up against the base of your spine and the pressure creates one hell of a headache. The only way to relieve the pressure is to remove the testicles." Joe was shocked and depressed. He woundered if he had anything to live for. He couldn't concentrate long enough to answer, but decided he had no choice but to go under the knife. When he left the hospital he was without a headache for the first time in 20 years, but he felt like he was missing an important part of himself. As he walked down the street, he realized that he felt like a different person. He could make a new beginning and live a new life. He saw a men's clothing store and thought, "that's what I need .. a new suit." He entered the shop and told the salesman, "I'd like a new suit." The elderly tailor eyed him briefly and said, "Let's see... size 42 long." Joe laughed, "That's right, how did you know?" "Been in business 60 years!" Joe tried on the suit. It fit perfectly. As Joe admired himself in the mirror, the salesman asked, "how about a new shirt?" Joe thought for a moment and then said "sure..." The salesman eyed Joe and said "let's see...34 sleeves and...16 and a half neck." Joe was suprised, "that's right, how did you know?" "Been in the business 60 years" Joe tried one the shirt, and it fit perfectly. As Joe adjusted the collar in the mirror, the salesman asked "how about some new shoes?" Joe was on a roll and said "sure!" The salesman eyed Joe's feet and said "Let's see... 10-1/2...E." Joe said astonished, "that's right, how did you know?" "Been in business 60 years!" Joe tried on the shoes and they fit perfectly. Joe walked comfortably around the shop and the salesman asked "how about some new underwear?" Joe thought for a second and said, "sure!" The salesman stepped back, eyed Joe's waist and said "Let's see... size 36." Joe laughed, "Ah ha! I got you I've worn a size 34 since I was 18 years old." "The salesman shook his head, "you can't wear a size 34, it will press your testicles up against the base of your spine and give you one hell of a headache."
  3. A radio station in Scotland are taking calls to discuss words that are commonly used but not in the dictionary. Their first call goes like this Radio Presenter: "hello sir, what word do you have for us today?" Caller: "Goan" RP: "Goan, I don't understand. Could you use it in a sentence please?" C: "Aye mate, goan f**k yersel" The Caller then goes into a fit of laughter before being cut off. An hour later another Caller gets through to the station. Radio Presenter: "Hello sir, do you have a word for us today?" Caller: "I do, yes" RP: "What word do you have for us then?" C: "Smee." RP: "Smee? I've never heard that one could you use it in a sentence please?" C: "S'mee again, goan f**k yersel!"
  4. Posting on your rivals thread, the signs of obsession. Disgusting.
  5. I actually never admitted nothing, I said we were accused of being mini Celtic by Rangers fans (and the reasons they had were hilarious aswell) and now we're getting called *** sympathisers by a wee jakey that's on our thread calling us obsessed...
  6. Are you really as thick and dull as you come across on here?
  7. Only a year or so ago we were called mini Celtic because of a bit of a programme mishap now we are *** sympathisers. At least we like to keep our options open I guess...
  8. Full time team sitting above a part time team in the league. Shocker that eh...
  9. [emoji23]
  10. I'd rather they were relegated and we were promoted tbh
  11. I have fairly enjoyed this seasons challenge cup (minus the B teams, I still think that's a shambles) and Bala away is definitely up there for my favourite away day ever. Including ROI teams could enhance this but I don't think I like the sound of Linfield vs Derry City etc... The reason the invited teams join at a later stage is because of midweek ties but I think the cup should be restructured to weekend ties if they're going to be in the cup and have them in from the start.
  12. Lololol.
  13. I wouldn't say the 12 team system is the worst system but I think looking below it their needs to be a change from the three 10 team leagues at least. I'm not saying I don't like the 10 team league (further up the thread I spoke about a 16-16-10 setup) I just don't think the three 10s in a row are working very well atm.
  14. I don't think resetting points to 0 would be the ideal solution for Scottish football, but I also don't think the middle 8 would work without resetting points, I was just looking at it and seen the positive of less OF dominance within that system. Aren't there a few leagues around the world that have their normal season then a "play-offs" to decide the league winner? "Less stale fixtures" was maybe the wrong term and I completely worded that part wrong I think. I was more aiming towards the playing teams 4 times a season (or more including cups). I go to most games usually (missed a few this season tbf) but I'd imagine if I had to pick and choose my games I'd be more likely to attend if it was a case of only playing the team away once and having a more variety of teams. As it stands just now if I were to look at say Livi away at the start of the season I could decide just to sack it as we would be playing them away later in the season anyway whereas if we play them away only once a season I would be more inclined to bite the bullet and go.
  15. In terms of climbing the leagues it would seem EK would be of best benefit to the SPFL and if Edinburgh could stay up then both have good seasons next season it would look good for the pyramid system. For good away days Brora is your man (I still have barely any recollection of our challenge cup game vs them). I'd take any up for Stirling down though