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  1. The Hibernian Thread

    Girls don’t like boys, girls like Simon Murray x
  2. The Hibernian Thread

    Except she's out late shagging Hibees behind his back, and he's desperately trying to explain to his microwaved Shepherds Pie how we only reformed in 1893.
  3. The Hibernian Thread

    After what happened with Lennon, it's good to see Dempster's keeping one eye on the new manager.
  4. A Photographic History Of Scottish Football

    Three young lads and a wee shite at Kilbowie Park in 1989. By Stuart Roy Clarke
  5. The Hibernian Thread

    I know Yorkshiremen have a reputation for being tight, but it only costs 40 quid to change your name by deed poll FFS.
  6. My dad took me to my first ever Hibs game when I was about that age. I still remember it, mostly because I was petrified of the crowd noise. We beat St Mirren 4-1 and oh how I cried my little heart out every time we scored. Rather poignantly, there were tears at the first and last Hibs game I went to with the old man. Having not seen my dad for 3 years, my journey began with me hitchhiking from the South of New Zealand before embarking on the longest journey on earth to surprise him the night before the 2016 Scottish Cup Final. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to get a ticket in the same part of the stadium as him, but he was next to me in spirit. I sometimes wonder if a higher power was looking down on us that day as the timing of David Gray’s winner and the once in a lifetime pitch invasion meant I was able to jump the fence, kick the f**k out of a few Rangers players, and find my old man in the stands just in time to sing Sunshine on Leith together. Oh how I cried my little heart out. Edit: just remember my last game was actually Copenhagen away a couple of months later. There were no tears that trip, but like a two year old I did stick lots of stuff up my nose and also piss myself a couple of times.
  7. The Hibernian Thread

    My Grandfather smoked his whole life. I was about 10 years old when my mother said to him, “If you ever want to see your grandchildren graduate, you have to stop immediately”. Tears welled up in his eyes when he realized what exactly was at stake. He gave it up immediately. Three years later he died from lung cancer. It was really sad and destroyed me. My mother said to me “Don't ever smoke. Please don't put your family through what your Grandfather put us through.” I agreed. At 28, I have never touched a cigarette. I must say, I feel a very slight sense of regret for never having done it, because your posts gave me cancer anyway.
  8. Celtic vs Hibs

    #moretocome Hopefully. What a boy.
  9. The Hibernian Thread

    https://www.scotsman.com/sport/football/teams/dundee/graham-arnold-would-be-right-man-for-hibs-says-albert-kidd-1-4869990 Editor: "Hey, I need you to tout 'Straya boss Graham Arnold for the Hibs job again. He's chucked us a few dollarydoos to get his name out there." Journo: "No problem, I'll see if I can get a few quotes from someone with both a Hibs and Oz connection. How about current Hibs midfielder Mark Milligan - the guy he recently chose to be Australia captain?" Editor: "Seems a bit tenuous don't you think?" Journo: "Ok, well he recently awarded Easter Road speedster Martin Boyle his first cap for the Socceroos, I'll get straight on the phone shall I?" Editor: "Hmm, I'm just not picturing it." Journo: "Ok, um how about Jamie Maclaren - another Oz international who's literally just left Hibs to play for Melbourne in the A-League? Editor: "Doubt our readers would get the connection tbh." Journo: "Well there's always Grant Brebner – ex Hibee and now coach and pundit down under?" Editor: "Yeah, nah mate" Journo: "Remember Stuart Lovell? Played in a few very good Hibs sides when he wasn't busy throwing shrimp on the barbie". Editor: "Where did you buy that idea, the toilet store?" Journo: "Sorry. What about Pie and Bovril poster @Austinho?" Editor: "What, that insufferable c**t?". Journo: "Ok, what about that striker who played for Dundee, scored 12 times in 5 years and just happens to live in the Aussie bush? He probably kept a bench warm in Leith once upon a time" Editor: "That's the one! Absolute Hibs legend."
  10. Thoughts and prayers with the Killie fans x
  11. Hibs vs Aberdeen

    Acting like you wouldn't take Yaya Tudor-Jones over Graeme Shinnie