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  1. Infuriating Things Your Partner Does

    oh right. automatics were sent by satan.
  2. Infuriating Things Your Partner Does

    I can see how she got confusef. What the f**k is a gear paddle? Is it not usually a stick?
  3. Are we looking at getting replacements for those two in midfield/ on the bench? Celtic looking to offload Mulumbu- worth asking? any other suggestions?
  4. Infuriating Things Your Partner Does

    around the town, probably up to 30. You could hear the engine was not happy with the situation. She won't drive on main roads or motorways and is a terrible judge of journey times, usually underestimating by about 70%. This could just be so that she can argur that I'm being a dick by not wanting to go to for a daytrip that's "only an hour away". That's pretty infuriating too.
  5. Petty Things That Get On Your Nerves...

    i reckon all of greg wallaces gurning reactions for masterchef are filmed in a 2 hr block with a director shouting "intrigued, perplexed, dubious, grin like a maniac etc...." and then spliced in at the appropriate juncture.
  6. Infuriating Things Your Partner Does

    I have eventually persuaded mrs olite that driving about in 2nd gear uses too much petrol. She has graduated to third now. (she has never been in 5th in our current car that we've had 4 years and didn't even know it had a 6th) I have also eventually convinced her that the condensation and mildew issue in our bedroom was not unrelated to her locating the clothes horse in there. it is now in the kitchen. This has taken 5 years of clear evidence of cause and effect. There is always hope. don't give up.
  7. A poem by Craig Levein

    encourage doesn't rhyme with garage.
  8. There would be a benefit in the short term but there is also an opportunity cost. Maybe (i know, balls etc) if we had been forced to give Stewart a more extended run he would have got up to pace quicker and signed up again in august. Maybe Wright or Mclennan would have stepped up. Maybe we could have signed a random on a permanent for the same wage and got a transfer fee and been no worse off. I wouldn't want Morgan ahead of Mclennan or Wright unless we own his registration. It's silly to say there would be no benefit though.
  9. i use preparation h when my butt hurts
  10. I'm sure sevconians can come up with an innovative arrangement to reduce that by 45% or thereabouts...
  11. No idea, what will your mediocre manager do with your championship level signings? ( i feel like i'm kicking a cripple here, but he asked for it)
  12. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Also expect SSC is likely to backfill effectively. DM's ability to source players thst aren't proven SPLers is patchy. Scottish football will benefit. Also with Hibs signing Gauld and StJs getting in MOH + both of "them" strengthening up front, the next 4 months should be goaltastic.
  13. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Are you saying he is lying? That is a very serious accusation and not one you should make lightly. I would expect him to say "hemmin, Steve, get it right up ye!" but apparently he's all like grown up and won't do it.
  14. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Motherwell need to get their act together and it will be.
  15. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    McInnes says he chose us. Expect it's mostly financial, but he was coming on to a game with us by May 18 and there are different opportunities with Christie, Maclean and Rooney all away. Killie have looked after him well and i still want you guys to finish second, so no hard feelings eh?
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