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Big Chief Toffee Teeth

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About Big Chief Toffee Teeth

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  1. Calling Cards of Morons

    Delighted to have given you the opportunity to go for hyperbole. ( How delighted could I be to learn that my post was not just poor, not absolutely awful, no, not even just screamingly bad, but the worst ever? Wow! Praise from Caesar etc ) The utter condemnation leaves me ruined.
  2. Celtic v Aberdeen, Scottish Cup Semi Final

    That Celtic statement. Would it really have been impossible to stop after "... no place in football. " and show some class? Of course not. Whitaboutery guaranteed.
  3. Celtic v Aberdeen, Scottish Cup Semi Final

    Er, that was the 'compliment' remark, but cheers anyway.
  4. Celtic v Aberdeen, Scottish Cup Semi Final

    Ah. Here we go again. Nothing, nothing can possibly be wrong about a) Celtic b) Celtic players c) Celtic staff d) Celtic supporters Oh, and e) to z), Celtic supporters. Get with the programme, folks : otherwise, yer wan a rem. Why anyone wastes time arguing with supporters of Celtic or that other lot ( have to confess, I can't even speak their name ) bemuses me. You are never - yup, never - going to get any concession whatsoever. Brainwashed - and that's a compliment - one and all.
  5. Calling Cards of Morons

    Folk who go to The Shed before games at Hampden. Have they not spotted that, for example, Heraghty's, The Allison Arms and even The Glad Cafe are 2 minutes away and not populated by toerags?
  6. Calling Cards of Morons

    People who clap the holder of a winning raffle ticket. Yea, well done : you bought that beautifully!
  7. A Photographic History Of Scottish Football

    "He played for Rovers didn’t he?" Aye, he hung about for a season and a bit at the end of his career but rarely made it onto the park.
  8. A Photographic History Of Scottish Football

    Can't be Bobby Russell. He's upright.
  9. Celtic v Rangers: Mothering Sunday: Midday

    You must have realised by now that you are wasting your time with this. It would be nice to think they were just winding you up but, sadly, I think they have actually convinced themselves.
  10. A Photographic History Of Scottish Football

    As you note, Bobby Flavell was born in Annathill, a mining village near Coatbridge of a few hundred inhabitants, that served Bedley pit. Just after WW2, it provided four Scottish internationalists including Flavell. Three played in the same side, Frank Brennan of Airdrie, Newcastle et al, Jock "Tiger" Shaw of Rangers and Airdrie, and his brother Davie. Quite remarkable. In later years, Drew Jarvie, of Airdrie, Aberdeen an St. Mirren, also capped for Scotland, hailed from Annathill too.
  11. Albion Rovers vs Clyde

    Good to read comments from some Clyde supporters here that recognise Rovers improvement and concentrate on Clyde's performance. As to some of the other posters, what an unpleasant bunch, whose bitterness and lack of compassion for fellow supporters would be more suitable on the threads of yon two that play tomorrow. New town team, mind, so no surprises. God forbid EK ever make it to League 2, as that lot are just as bad.
  12. The Albion Rovers Thread

    Too early for partying, but at least there is hope now that the January/February signings have bedded in. The team is playing with drive and spirit, typified by Hardie and, in Osadolor, no little skill. C'mon 'vers!
  13. A Photographic History Of Scottish Football

    Ach, I stand corrected : should have Googled. I was a wee boy and must have picked up it up wrongly. First in Scotland , then, or are you going to burst that bubble too? Next you'll be telling me we were effectively playing ten men for most of the game at Wembley in 1967.....
  14. A Photographic History Of Scottish Football

    An aside, I know, but I was at the Airdrie v Notts. Forest game at Broomfield in the Texaco Cup in Sept. 1970 - the first senior match, certainly in the UK, to be settled by a penalty kick shoot-out.
  15. Infuriating Things Your Partner Does

    Toffee Teeth Towers. We all live in rural splendour here. You'll be wanting to know in which of the lavatories I chose to stack them next.
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