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  1. Platinum renewal

    Take it from my account, @Div. I don't want to live in a world without platinum sex prams.
  2. Quick Question Thread

    Please, keep discussing the condiments you enjoy emptying into your bags of crisps. It's giving me hope that I'm not the biggest deviant on here.
  3. Quick Question Thread

    Full onion consumed, with only the outer skin left to relay the tale. Swear I just heard some gentle sobbing from the kitchen.
  4. Infuriating Things Your Partner Does

    Standard here. Along with a million other things, the wife has a disorder where her brain doesn't turn her body's movements off when she sleeps. I've started sleeping with my nearside arm holding hers down. Made the mistake of rolling over the other night, and took a stooning straight right to the back of the neck. Apparently it might be a sign of early-onset dementia or Parkinson's disease, so you might want to let that slip out if Mrs Bear finds her handiwork amusing. If anybody here is married to someone who suffers from sexomnia - keep it to yourself please, you utter c**t
  5. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    That's the thing I find bizarre about this whole 'protest vote' idea, be it here with leaving the EU, or voting in Trump in the States. You've got a sizable number of people voting for things that are going to make them worse off financially, but we're supposed to believe that there's some rationality to it. We're cratering the economy here for a generation, but it's not due to xenophobia; people are fed up with the 'elite', and are practicing self-harm as a result (which anyone in a position of wealth and influence won't care about remotely). Trump voters aren't motivated by fear of 'the other'; they're fed up with the political classes running the country for themselves, and have voted in one of America's most self-centred men to go against an entire lifetime's track record and work for anyone's benefit but his own. If any of this nonsense is genuinely true, democracy's up a sheuch.
  6. Quick Question Thread

    Why do strong onions make me sneeze?
  7. The Big Political Picture Thread

    Bit of effort, please
  8. What is the point of Labour

    So, what's the craic with this, then? Genuine attempt to start a new party, or a wee cadre stepping away for a bit and hoping somehow this Corbyn lad gets punted before they have to face the electorate again? Also, what are the fundamental differences in political opinion that New New Labour feel they couldn't work out with Old Labour, or does this just come down to wanting to f**k Corbyn over? And finally, how long before someone starts the "will the Tories ever lose another Westminster election?" thread?
  9. Smallest Support In SPFL

    Would be interesting to know what kind of attendances Celtic and Rangers would be pulling in after five years of finishing 6th in League Two, with no hope of anything other than wet weekends in Cumbernauld and Fife in sight. Better or worse than former giants of the game, such as Clyde?
  10. The Big Political Picture Thread

    In recent times, P&B has seen some sterling work in the field of political dog pictures, but it can be difficult to keep track of the creations of talented artists like @philyerboots when they're spread across multiple threads. As such, please provide your own links to P&B's quality dog-related political content here, and perhaps submit your own for our edification. To kick us off, here's my own submission - not a patch on the true masters of the genre, but take note of the brainwashed look on the terrier's face, and the lack of thought in its bubble. Attention to detail, my friends. Less is sometimes more.
  11. Petty Things That Get On Your Nerves...

    Get the thicker stuff they use for binding boxes to pallets before shipping. Works a treat. Plus, I understand it's popular in the sensory deprivation community, where folk get themselves wrapped in it from head to toe for their sexual pleasure. I'm sure that's of no relevance for your purposes, but you never know who might drop by to visit over the weekend.
  12. Petty Things That Get On Your Nerves...

    I walk past this picture in the window of a tanning salon every day. It annoys me in multiple ways. First, they've included the photographer's umbrella in the background. Fucking lazy. Second, the subject appears to be wearing some kind of cheap, tacky LED necklace. Truth in advertising and all that, but in annoys me that we've reached a point where nobody's even pretending this shit isn't cheap and tacky anymore. They used to pretend there was some kind of Hollywood glamour to cooking yourself in a trashcan in a rainy wee Scottish town. Third, the picture seems to have been taken during the initial flash of a nuclear explosion, where human flesh is roasted to a tarry black, but before the victim's atoms are blown to smithereens. It astounds me that this is a useful image when trying to attract people to your house of day-glo biped ovens. Fourth, finally, and most criminally - this picture is so sloppy that the label on the lassie's bikini top is poking out from under the back strap. I'd say that I hope somebody was fired as a result of this nightmare, but frankly, death would be too easy. Shameful. 2/10 would not bang.
  13. Petty Things That Get On Your Nerves...

    This really shit use of negative space. Fight Hinger, eh? f**k off.
  14. The Official President Trump thread

    I reckon they'd have turned his hair into an alien symbiote. I really fucking miss Spitting Image.
  15. Smallest Support In SPFL

    Presumably Ann Budge keeps a more accurate list, under the heading "Things I Don't Give a f**k About". Willing to bet @HibeeJibee has a definitive method of measuring this. 'Mon big man, lay it on us
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