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  1. Yeah I couldn't see anything, a couple of hats. Thank you for the link though, that'll be ideal!
  2. I work with a lad down here whose Grandad suppors Albion Rovers. Not in the best of health at the moment, so was looking to get him a scarf for Christmas. I've had a look online but not able to find anything, is there anywhere I could pick one up? Cheers!
  3. I genuinely had no idea this game was being played, but from the posts so far don't seem to have missed much.
  4. Yeah I am having this as well, hopefully an update is forthcoming
  5. Any recommendations for a new provider? Just finished a year subscription and it was a bit hit and miss.
  6. Stupidly left my iPad in Dublin airport on Saturday, however it was found and I have been in contact to have it returned. It's an older model, and they are looking for £130 to send it back.
  7. https://play.acast.com/s/my-new-football-club Started with Joe Wilkinson & David Earl, but now is David Earl and a young lad who works for the club. It is brilliant.
  8. Honestly, it wasn't something I even thought about. I get on fairly well with my GP, but I'm not entirely sure how I'd feel about going to him with something. I can't remember if I said previously, but for whatever reason, I definitely find it more difficult to open up and chat to men, opposed to women. My counsellor that I have is probably of similar ages, and I can chat away to her with no issue at all. The brain is a strange thing. Certainly been feeling better over the past couple of weeks, but will most definitely carry on with the sessions. Finding them to be a massive benefit.
  9. So as she said, a few days later I had another anxiety attack. I'd sat down to watch PSV V Rangers (probably a joke to be made here) and the feeling of uneasiness hit incredibly hard. I went to bed and used the Calm app which in truth did absolutely nothing. Said to breathe in for 6 seconds and breathe out for 8. Found that incredibly difficult whilst I was trying to fight back tears. I felt like I had lost complete control, and eventually did sob. I think I found it hard as I didn't know what had triggered it, or what could resolve it. It took about two hours before things felt "normal". Throughout the whole episode, I almost felt drunk, it was a very odd feeling. Somewhat annoyingly, the counsellor/therapist wasn't available that following Friday so only saw her last week. Once again though, I felt a real relief leaving, and in truth the first time feeling content in a couple of months. Both times I have been we have covered topics that I didn't ever really think about and I am starting to join a couple of dots. @The Moonster hope things are moving in a positive direction! If you ever fancy a chat and putting the world to rights, feel free to message buddy.
  10. I went on Friday for the first time. 50 minutes later and I'd told a stranger more about my life than anyone else I have ever known. It was a surreal feeling. When I got up to leave I felt like a weight had lifted, but she mentioned that it was likely after a few days that my head would start filling with thoughts and feelings about things that were brought up. I am well aware it isn't particularly cheap, but would recommend for anyone who is struggling.
  11. Put in a few other topics, Ashby is going to be pushing Coufal for that first team spot. Will play all of the European campaign.
  12. Funnily enough had bit of a clear out last night which ate away some hours. Also booked in to see a counsellor tomorrow for an initial chat. I'm not sure why, but I don't feel I could fully open up (Kenneth Williams Gif) to another bloke. So I'm going to see a lady who seems to deal predominantly with anxiety. At the same time, I'm happy to post on a board which is full of men. The brain is a real minefield at times.
  13. Weymouth are in an absolute mess, big financial problems. Worth looking at Chemlsford this weekend.
  14. I think for the first time I am suffering from a bit of anxiety. My confusion is that I don't really know what it is about. I've noticed my eating has decreased, to the point I have very little appetite. I am struggling to concentrate a lot of the time, I seem to get hit by this wave of uneasiness. I've been living on my own for a while now, and sometimes it is no issue, but recently I have found that it feels very quiet, and I almost feel a bit lost. Definitely realised how hard it is for me to open up though (in person), my HR Manager asked the other day if everything is okay, and I just said yeah. Having this thread is very much appreciated.
  15. So after a couple years of wanking furiously, I decided to join the world of online dating. Matched with a girl who is from Grenada but lives in the UK, and we got onto the topic of surnames. When I said what my surname was, she sent a load of laughing emojis before telling me that was also her surname. Very naively I said "I am really surprised that is a Grenadian surname" to which she replied "It's from when the Scots invaded Grenada and gave all the slaves surnames" I can fully admit I had no idea about this, and didn't know whether to apologise or not. I think my floundering and somewhat flustered reply amused her, as she wants to go for a drink at the end of the week. I will most likely relent from taking her to the Scottish Stores for a Tennants, but looking forward to it nonetheless.
  16. Bit of a cluster f**k of an announcement last night, but always a delight seeing James Richardson.
  17. I did Naples a few years back while taking in Napoli V Lazio. We flew, and then got a bus into the centre, before getting a cab to our hotel (https://www.booking.com/hotel/it/royal-dante.en-gb.html). When we were getting out, the driver said to be careful and make sure we removed any watches etc, and make sure phones were kept in pockets. Decided to go for a bit of grub, everyone said to go to Sorbillo for pizza so we set off, dodging the most ridiculous driving I have ever come across. We were following Google Maps, and couldn't find it. Where it said it was , was a building which looked like a bomb had gone off, so went elsewhere. Got back to the hotel, had a look online, and the owner of Sorbillo had pushed back against payments to local Mafia, who then chucked a few firebombs through the windows. I can't remember what we did in the evening, but can't have been too bad as no memory. The day of the game (Sunday) was bit of a nightmare, lots of places opening split hours, meaning it was difficult to get a beer. After a while we decided to get a cab to the ground. Without doubt, the most petrified I have been in a car. Fella was asking where we were sat, tried saying in broken Italian, but he just asked for the ticket, which he then studied whilst flying down the motorway just under 100mph. In fairness he took us right to the stand, got in, watched the game then left early to get back into the city. Unfortunately couldn't find a cab, so ended up walking back in the general direction. Couple of lads stopped us who were on motorbikes, no idea what they wanted but a quick cry of "Scozia Scozia" made them give us a thumbs up and then sod off. Eventually found a pizza shop, went in and spoke to three young lads who rung one of their mates to take us. I have no doubt they ripped the utter c**t out of us, but it got us back into the city, where we proceeded onto one of the best boozes I have ever had. Met a couple of lads from Cardiff and we drunk into the night. Eventually going back to their apartment where we got stuck into the Super T, before leaving around 3 in the morning. We took about 2 hours to walk back, looking for the Maradonna pictures etc. We weren't quiet, and had no issues at all. What topped it off was some lad shouting at us from a window, we went over and his Mum (I assume) had been baking, and gave us a load of bread which we took on our little tour back. Didn't have any issues at all. We did Pompei the next day, whilst coping with a horrendous hangover, didn't think much of it at all, but that was purely down to feeling rough as f**k. I'd go back, but probably travel further down the coast.
  18. Yep, would be an odd move. Fans seem to have taken to him as well. Important season for him this year, you now have Ashby making his mark in the first team for West Ham, and I would imagine he will play the majority of games in Europe. Saw him on Saturday against Luton and he has obviously been hitting the gym during pre-season, really bulked up. Two very decent prospects in a position Scotland have been light in for a good few years. https://www.whufc.com/news/ashby-takes-aim-first-team-squad-place
  19. Same, to be fair I had no reason to come this way today. Contemplating a stein but think the heat would ruin it.
  20. An hour and seven minutes late opening. An incident last night, but we got there.
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