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Celtic Diary Wednesday April 5: Things To Watch Out For

No diary yesterday, I had to take the car early on back to Arnold Clark where i discivered that their Autocare warranty doesn’t actually seem to cover anything.

Then I had to help my son move house, he’s setting out in the world all by himself, but still wants to come home for his tea.

We’re selling up, but not going to tell him.

 

It’s Glasgow derby day, and Partick Thistle have sold all of their allocation.

These games are the type where form can go out of the window, and interestingly , Partick are still in with a shout of finishing in the top half of the table..

1 Celtic 30 14 1 0 37 5 14 1 0 44 13 63 86
2 Aberdeen 31 12 3 1 33 8 8 1 6 28 16 37 64
3 Rangers 30 9 5 1 25 10 5 4 6 18 24 9 51
4 St Johnstone 30 5 3 6 20 21 7 4 5 19 17 1 43
5 Hearts 30 8 4 4 32 16 3 4 7 18 26 8 41
6 Partick Thistle 30 5 5 6 19 19 4 5 5 14 16 -2 37
7 Kilmarnock 30 3 5 6 15 19 4 7 5 14 27 -17 33
8 Up Ross County 31 4 4 7 19 27 3 6 7 15 24 -17 31
9 Down Dundee 31 5 4 7 18 25 3 2 10 15 25 -17 30
10 Motherwell 30 3 2 9 18 30 4 5 7 16 28 -24 28
11 Hamilton Accies 30 5 6 4 17 16 0 6 9 10 31 -20 27
12 Inverness CT 31 3 8 5 22 27 1 5 9 12 28 -21 25

Updated 4/04/2017 at 21:43

Aberdeen strengthened their hold on second place with another win last night, 1-0 over Inverness, who seem to be coming to the end of their current run in the top flight.
Mind you, Motherwell need to watch thenmselves. Dropping a couple of points to plucky minnows “rangers ” didn’t help their cause at the weekend.

With the league won, there is talk that Brendan Rodgers will start looking for another job, that Dermot Desmond will run off with the seasons takings, and that Kris Commons may say his farewells to the crowd tonight.

As will Nir Biton, Keiran Tierney, Moussa Demeble, Scott Sinclair and Stuart Armstrong, who has now joined the SMSM’s to-sell list.

James McClean, the West Brom winger, might even pop in to say hello. He’s been pictured in a Celtic top wishing the team well after winning the league, and some fans have taken that to mean he’s in line to replace Patrick Roberts, should Manchester City remember he’s actually their player.

Celtic may yet secure a permanent deal-for around £5m for the player- but he has said he wants to go back to England, for a rest , presumably.

When asked about a possible McClean move to Celtic, his manager, Tony Pulis, who usually has the rest of the season off when his teams get to forty points, replied..

“I haven’t got a clue,”

“I’ll have a chat with him when he comes in.” 

McClean has been criticised /praised for his political beliefs in the past, and along with the once touted siging of Stephen Ireland and giving him the number thirty two short, could be seen as a cynical marketing ploy.

We sent our man round to speak to McClean, and asked him about his republican sympathies, but he declined to comment, and simply carried on dipping his volunteers into his egg.

Image result for i'm here all week meme

Except for tomorrow, possibly, when I have to go back to Arnold Clark as the part should be in by then. It’s not covered by the warranty, did I mention hardly anything fucking is ?

While we are talking about absences, has anyone seen this man ?

Celtic's Derk Boerrigter is fouled by St Johnstone's David Mackay for a penalty and is later sent off

Derk Boerrigter was released from his hospital bed by Celtic exactly a year ago today. Moves to roda JC and the USa fell through when he was asked to walk a hundred yards or so unaided, and since then he’s vanished.

As he is prone to ill health, we’d like to ask you to keep an eye out for him, and if you know where he is , maybe even pop in and see how he is.

After the long and cold winter, he may be getting ready to venture out, and it would make me feel better if there was someone to be there for him.

Just to make sure he’s alright.

Kolo Toure returned to the side at the weekend, and if Celtic remain unbeaten then he will be the first plyer in football history to win two league titles with two different unbeaten clubs. To help secure this unique feat, manager Brendan Rodgers has decided to leave him out for the reat of the sides games.

Toure isn’t the player he used to be, but neither is he yet the coach he’s going to be. He’s going to be a great coach, and Celtic should sign him up as soon as possible to keep working with the defence, which has improved beyond recognition since he got here.

There’s something else that deserves noting about this season…

Celtic join Al-Ahly and Olympiakos as the only clubs in world football – alive or dead – to win 6 straight titles on 3 different occasions.

Odd how the worlds most successful club. Timmy, aren’t on that list.

And they never will be.

In fact, later today, Auldheid’s definitive piece on the same club argument will be up on the site, at noon, to be precise. Read it, savour it, and use it to shit a few people up.

Facts are something they don’t like, and that article contains all of the facts that are relevant.

As we saw during the winter window, not many players want to leave Celtic, and thats always a good sign.

It doesn’t look like the manager wants to go either…

Its just about who wants to come in..and thats not something the press will get all excited about.

Not surprisingly, there has been no official censure of Hearts or their supporters over their behaviour towards Celtic defender Mikael Lustig.

Perhaps there’s a lack of evidence, as we have seen in the past that the cameras over at Tynecatle seem to be on the blink when a Celtic employee suffers at the hands of their fans.

However, perhaps this will help..

Celtic should protect their players, and they should say something.

We should also look to protect our fans, and in this piece from donegals Phil Macghiollabhan, there’s enpugh to set alarm bells ringing.

Freedom of Information and Glasgow City council

Again, you won’t find this story in the mainstream media, which appears to me to suggest that the council won’t reveal details of any concerns about safety at Ibrox because, er , it might worry people.

What is worrying me is that the next time Celtic play there has already been announced-April 23, and its still the only fixture from the post split games to be announced.

Are the two items related ?

 

We’re already concerned about possible events on the field, and there’s a possibility that the Ibrox support might not be too bothered about the result, certainly in the league fixture, which doesn;t matter..

If Senderos wants to go out a rangers legend, last OF of the season he needs to just ruin Sinclair, I mean career ending, no mercy brutality

Of course, this could well be an isolated viewpoint, but the amount of injuries to Celtic players thus far, and the attempts to add to them, notably from Kenny Miller in the last game, make me wonder..

Indeed, Miller might well see his Ibrox career coming to an end, as new manager Pedro the Unpredictable has told him he’ll have to wait and see if he gets a new contract-like its got anything to do with him, – and the orange tinted forward might  be feeling a little bitter.

among their support, its not just bitterness, its downright stupdity.

More to be pitied than scorned, here are a couple of examples that will make you scratch your head.

A wee reminder that no fucks are given when it comes to that lot  

He’s not the only one…

We can help, you know.

I’m starting an appeal to try to change things for them. They will thank us in the long run.

 

It’s time to help them move into the twenty first century.

Though perhaps not as quickly as one particular establishment we heard about..

Their support is often criticised for their reluctance to join the rest of us in the modern world, and it all comes from their somewhat sinister masonic practices, which have been known to alarm not only people, but certain sections of the animal kingdom, which has seen abnormal behavioural practices to avoid, er, abmormal behavioural practices..

 

We go back to Monday for the caption competition…

Image result for Brendan rodgers Neil McCann

I suppose its what we all want to know..

Monti April 3, 2017 at 10:10 am · Edit · Reply →
Caption:Brendan-” Neil i appreciate all your positive comments about the players and the club this season….can i ask you one question in return?
Have you a repayment plan in place to pay back your EBT”?  

Today, here’s another chance to put words into someones mouth..

Don’t forget, this Saturday, you can help out..

Help us continue to offer vital support by supporting this on Saturday. We need helping hands between 1-4.30 at the ground then hub! Thanks 

 

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Dziekanowski's nightclub child
5 years ago

Caption: ‘This isn’t a new bridge as it has the same name as the last bridge’

Jkg
5 years ago

No wonder they put the pavement up here!!

D'Fhinnein Mick
5 years ago

CAPTION

“We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it,you said!”

D'Fhinnein Mick
5 years ago

Or,alternatively…

MIND THE GAP!!!!!

Una
5 years ago

A bit of monti loving going on with caption win i said it first u bassas

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Una

Awwww wee hug…..

Davie Wilson
5 years ago
Reply to  Una

Aye, they ignore the newbies and reward the favourites, Una.

mike
5 years ago

Looking forward to Auldheeds summary, certain that I read somewhere that the new club would be granted entry into the Europa competition, despite the ongoing financial shenanigans.
How can that be possible? I read it and thought it a work of fiction. If its true then if the Supreme Court finds in Hectors favour, then the Board must take swift action to go after thems and put a stop to the financial doping and retrieve the titles.
We live in interesting times.

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

And I did, very much enjoy it,
Reading it, was just sublime,
every sentence, it did rhyme,
a poet in his prime,
I enjoyed its every line,
I put it down ma heed, was bleeding,
a sign surely, of inward breeding,
but more, more,of that I am needing,
of the Irish, Scandic verse is cheeding.
A tale worth telling,
its verse and words, surely gelling.
It was great Weered just great.

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

weered i read yer poem this morning you should repost that for the rest ae the bhoys fuckin excelent

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  charlie

weered sometimes long posts get lost but they always come up eventually ask desi or ralph to repost it n hail hail

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  charlie

I thought it was pish! 🙂

mike
5 years ago

For years the support craved for a settle team, this is now happening under Brendan and must have a baring on the teams success. Before Brendan players were sold for profit or the team
was tinkered about, for whatever reason, we never had that settled team. Training and playing together can only be beneficial to both team and players, you can see that as a major reason for continued development with the players, those who work train and play together, ensures a tight group, playing in systems that all are familiar with.
There is now at last, no reason to sell players, that is how it should be and long may it last.

5 years ago

Caption: “as soon as Dave King gets his £30 million to us, we can get this bridge finished”.

Cartvale88
5 years ago

Caption
That will keep the Hertz bastards oot? I
They are a sad lot of turds.
Cannot believe the stance taken by the board about Hearts and their manky mobs behaviour. We should demand safety for our employees by removing the game to a safe venue.
Again Pedro the donkey and his mob slip further behind the sheepies.

Eduardo the vagrant
5 years ago

Was Lee Wallace watchin the womans golf on Sunday!!!! Grassin bastard

Brian (not the messiah)
5 years ago

Caption: I’m sorry mr king but with Ranger’s current credit rating we are not able to give you bridge loan that size!

5 years ago

RIP to the fans who lost their life’s whilst attending a Scotland England match in 1902. Glasgow City Council take heed of the warnings from the contractors who are telling you it is not safe.

Nearly 80,000 people squeezed into Ibrox 106 years ago this day in 1902. to watch the 31st Scotland v England international, the first between wholly professional teams.

The ground was state-of-the-art, built at the then substantial cost of £20,000. Both Rangers and Celtic wanted to host the match which went to Ibrox by just a single vote.

By the time the sides trooped off after a 1-1 draw, 26 people lay dead and 547 were injured. Grotesquely, the applause of the crowd was punctuated by groans from the injured and dying. Some casualties hung, seriously injured and upside down, from the laticework of torn girders and woodwork, before they could be lowered to the ground.

The authorities thought more havoc and injury might have been wrought if the match had been abandoned. The majority apparently left ignorant of any incident, although the match was interrupted for almost 20 minutes.

Eighteen were reported dead 24 hours later, but it was three weeks before the final victim died.

Wooden joists snapped clean through in what is now the Broomloan stand. They’d been laid on a steel frame-work, supporting wooden decking, but a hole some 20 yards square opened up. Hundreds of spectators plunged up to 40 feet to the ground. Rescuers found: “a scene of indescribable horror and confusion . . . a mass of mangled and bleeding humanity, the victims piled one above the other . . . enough to unman the strongest.” The resources of the city’s hospitals were over-stretched. Doctors in the crowd leant immediate help, but at Govan police station, cells were called into service as a casualty clearing station.

The scale of disfiguring injuries can best be judged from a Herald report of how the father of one unfortunate went to the Western Infirmary on Saturday night in the hope of finding his 25-year-old son, William Robertson. He was not among the injured, so the father was shown to the mortuary where he identified a body as being that of William. He was arranging the funeral when his son arrived home at Bainsford, Falkirk.

The accident, on Saturday April 5 1902, was reported in these columns on the Monday. The previous day there had been hardly any debris at the scene, according to Glasgow Herald reporters. Virtually all the timber and sheets of corrugated iron had been used as makeshift stretchers.

More than two weeks after the incident, we put the injured at 547.

The match was declared void and was replayed in Birmingham. All proceeds went to the disaster fund.

The contractor was later prosecuted, but was acquitted. However the accident ended the practice of supporting wooden terracing on steel frames. Earth embankments or concrete terracings were introduced. There were no further significant safety developments in Scotland until the second Ibrox Disaster, in 1971, when 66 died.

IRISHGUY
5 years ago

CAPTION……………

” Don’t jump Alex, maybe they will come up with a Number 4 position.”

5 years ago

Looking forward to Auldheid and his post later.
I appreciate the work that they have done,and only wish our club would have showed the same courage. Let’s hope they will at some point.

mike
5 years ago

Hope Tom Rogic gets back in the team tonight, canny wait to see him put on the hoops again, a brilliant player, more physical but with good feet, he always looks for the space.
Canny see Brendan changing much about the team, he wants to keep them ticking over till the semis.
A settled side, have improved mucho over the season, good luck bhoys. COYBIG.

Iancelt67
5 years ago

Caption.
Good Samaritan : don’t jump Pedro you’ve only been here ten minutes, things will get better( muttering under is breath. I got to tell the poor guy something)

Cortes
5 years ago

Caption: And then Pedro said to Chick: “I’m the Dude, so that’s what you call me. That or, uh His Dudeness, or uh Duder, or El Duderino, if you’re not into the whole brevity thing.”

Iancelt67
5 years ago

Pedro to Graeme murty
Thanks for coming up here. I don’t trust mobile phones hacked too easily. I just wanna know who is the old baldy gringo up front?

That’s kenny miller boss ”
Pedro jumps much to Graeme’s horror

Seamus O hooligan
5 years ago

Caption,
FFS,the last one only went down the “Marble staircase2

Monti
5 years ago

Ralph,
Appreciate the caption win!
Football not really at the forefront of my thinking today, not when people are being bombed and gassed to death in Syria.
Any parent watching the footage from Syria, of children choking to death is beyond words.
Donald Trump could reverse most peoples opinion of him instantly by declaring military against Assad, today.
This shit cannot go unpunished.

P.S. That was for American ears, if Theresa May is looking in, don’t get involved, there has been enough unarmed people shot and bombed in Syria without the British going in.

Come on Trump, go after Assad today and all is forgiven!

5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti I would probably lay money down that the yanks and the Brit coalition have probably murdered more innocents than the regime. Sure it was only a couple of weeks ago the raf let loose on a school and hospital.
It was a sad day for me when Labour decided to go with the government and that prick Hilary Benn churchilluan speech to bomb even more the living day lights out of the poor people of Syria.
Assad is a bastard just like the British government.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  jimmybee

Jimmybee,
I know m8, but i was just speaking as a parent, you don’t want to see suffering like that, especially children.

The Cha
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Don’t be duped.

The West, essentially USA and its poodles eg us, have and are committing atrocities in Syria, Iraq etc and given carte blanche to regimes like Saudi Arabia and Israel to do the same.

Assad has wide popular support and although there’s also wide opposition this is fragmented and includes likes of Daesh and similar.

The West wish to intervene in Syria and Yemen for oil etc and not for moral reasons. They’ve had 60 years to come to the aid of Palestine and have done nothing but provide support to the Apartheid Israel regime.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  The Cha

FFS It’s the national geographic….
So will we just let every cunt gas every cunt then?

( said in an east coast franco begbie tone )

Did you bring the cairds?

Rob O'Keeffe
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti,Una wants you stripped of a title,remind you of anything coming up in the near future,hopefully?

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Rob O'Keeffe

Una can go and get fucked….
I didn’t receive an ebt to win it lol

(Una, only kidding pal)

Gerry
5 years ago

Sorry for pedantry but isn’t the Hampden game on the 23rd and we visit the abyss a week later in the league?

5 years ago

Caption: Build it and they will come, then Glasgow will be Green and White, says McAlpines Fusileers.

charlie
5 years ago

caption the hauf canned guy at the back says short cut ma arse a told ye we shoulda got the ferry

charlie
5 years ago

congrats to monti on his caption win ……….it had to happen sometime ha ha

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  charlie

Pish.

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  charlie

banshee ye say …….so yoov met ma ex he he

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  charlie

Cheers Charlie!

Monti
5 years ago

Caption: Go on Mr Assad…..jump!

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Weered,
Have i not told you already to fuck off?

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

🙂

Kris
5 years ago

James McLean – no. Never see him in the papers for his fitba just his political opinion he can’t keep to himself

5 years ago
Reply to  Kris

Kris, I would fear for the safety of James McLean in this country if he signed for Celtic. He would have no life from the moronic hoardes who would dish out their worst. The abuse he takes in England over his rightful stand against the wearing of poppies would be insignificant to what he would face here.
For James sake I hope Celtic do not sign him.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  jimmybee

Pish! He would be my first signing!

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  jimmybee

Pish!

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Kris

Kris,
Why should he ” keep his beliefs to himself “?

Frank McGaaaarvey
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Kris,

If he was not FORCED, like every other footballer in the UK, into the political act wearing of a poppy on his football jersey then he would have absolutely no need to air any of his political views to the contrary. I for one fully laud the guy for being, in my opinion, the only sane island in an ocean of madness whenever the annual issue arises and we are forced to swallow a sea of red on TV and media for weeks on end. No-one can accuse him of lacking morals or cajones.

charlie
5 years ago

hail hail monti ha ha

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  charlie

or frankor whatever yer nom de plume is today he he

Monti
5 years ago

Well said Frank!!

BJF
5 years ago

Belfast was named after the mouth, belle( I think that is the garlic for mouth, others will recall better. of the Fearste river for the avoidance of doubt.
Didn’t get posted yesterday but Johnny Giles started at Man Utd who didn’t rate him, he was Nobby Stiles brother in law.
Don’t worry about Ibrox, it’s only 3 roofs, that means 25% of the supporters will survive, so that’s OK then. Something to hide don’t put info in the public domain!

Rob O'Keeffe
5 years ago

With bomber Brown,Pedro,Cathro,King,weered,Mike and others.I am missing out on a “legal”high stash somewhere,I think.The Scottish football scene has gone radio rental recently.

Monti
5 years ago

What a load of shite!

rebus67
5 years ago

After 20 minutes no chances created even tho we have total control of the midfield. Nice passing tho. Bitton gets a header over the top at 21 minutes, that is the only chance.

We should be out of sight here, given our contl of the midfield and Thistle have hardly ventured up the park.

Frustrating but nice to see the teamwork.

Rebus

rebus67
5 years ago

Thistle are giving us all but their penalty area where they defend in depth. Their defence is very well organised. Sinclair feels he has to win the game on his own and should lay the ball off occasionally. McGregor takes the extra touch before passing or shooting. That is the downside but the teamwork is a joy to behold. Eboue is working his way into the team nicely. Both wing backs are excellent.

Bitton got the best chance with a nice shot on goal.

Rebus

Rob O'Keeffe
5 years ago

Weered,I refer you to Monti’s summing up of your saga.

P.S I think BR has been affected,what a bloody team to put out tonight?

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  Rob O'Keeffe

High brow, is that because he’s bald?

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

Stirring along nicely, common Celtic,

COYBIG.

rebus67
5 years ago

Shockerooney!

Sinclair scores after a nice feed by Roberts. BR revamps the team to give Rogic an outing. He takes Izzy off and plays with no left back. Thistle bore down the left and cross for Thistle to scope the ball into the net.

Gamboa then wins a penalty which Sinclair misses.

Exciting times!

Rebus

Rob O'Keeffe
5 years ago

Sorry weered,you’re neither dull or ignorant.I usually enjoy your banter,especially with the erudite Monti.
P.S.Have I already said,what a bloody team selection!

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  Rob O'Keeffe

Erudite hahaha.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

Let me google that before i ask you what the fuck your laughing at….big nose..

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Googled erudite and i find myself in agreement with the erudite, Rob.

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

monti i go into the bookies every day feeling erudite but alas i usually end up skint but hey ho jeest because ime erudite disnae mean ime a bad person

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

heers me and monti meeting an erudite gambler

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti
mike
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

That Rob he is a laugh. Google this V.V. V. up yours.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Rob O'Keeffe

Did you put the plug in?

rebus67
5 years ago

A shock could be on the cards here. Thistle sense it. They are attacking more and creating chances.

Rebus

rebus67
5 years ago

Aitchison on and McGregor off. Gamboa moved to left back to plug the hole. Anybody’s game here.

Come on Jack.

Rebus

mike
5 years ago

Common Celtic, COYBIG.

whistle a lovely tune.

rebus67
5 years ago

FT 1-1. We need a striker. I know we are playing as we are because of injury. The team played well until the subs in the second half. All cohesion went out of the midfield and attack after the subs. Leaving the LB position exposed was a mistake that PT exploited. Thank goodness Jozo was on form he saved us a couple of times.

Good competitive game between two teams who played hard but fair.

Too early for Rogic in this game.

Aichison was not on long enough to show.

Rebus

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  rebus67

Rebus,
How did Kouassi do tonight?

Rebus67
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti,

He played well. He even got bold enough to come forward to take a shot.

The first time he got the ball, he was caught in possession and ended up on his duff. It did not seem to both him as he got stuck in after that. He looks promising but needs games.

Gamboa was excellent.

Rebus

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Rebus67

Thanks Rebus.
Did Kouassi like a tackle? Not in the weered sense but as in the Roy Aitken sense?

Rebus67
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti,

He did not tackle as much as I thought he would. He was being careful. He is strong and may have pace, but he played in a very controlled manner….within himself. Probably smart to do that initially, and then cut lose.

R

mike
5 years ago

Hertz yer bubble’s burst, bye bye Ian. another erudite youngster.

Chico, nearly wets himself, no, no wait, confirmation, its running down his leg, Celtic draw with the whistle, well done A.A. and your team. In other news Killie are held to a 0-0 draw with the chumpions of Europe.

Rob O'Keeffe
5 years ago

Weered,I do indeed have perception beyond ordinary sight,didn’t need it tonight to see that Celtic would struggle after bizarre team selection.At least Crazy Cathro’s mob got pumped and Sevco will be throwing their shirts into the crowd after another amazing point.HH

Monti
5 years ago

Mike,
Slightly disappointed not to get all three points but never mind.
HH

Monti
5 years ago

There was me thinking you were all mouth, that must be Mike.
Who nose?

Ken like

mike
5 years ago

Its always disappointing when results do not match your expectations, Brendan surprised moi with his team selection, but it is hardly suprising that after winning the title AGAIN, that he rested some players.
The good news is that Tom Rogic got a run out after injury, well done Tom, great to see you back and Eboue Kouassi got a start and seemed to slot in nicely, it was difficult to see across 35 miles of pitch dark but we have high hopes for you Eboue. Well done Celtic, undefeated still.
Wee Chick had the rivers of Babylon running freely down his leg at the thought of a Whistle win, awe there there diddums.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

Can only imagine if it was his favourite team St.Mirren cough cough…..that got a point.

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

Poor Chic, his expectations disappeared like his hair, along with Sir Minty.

Monti
5 years ago

Watching reruns of ‘ Take the high road ‘ and i must say….i find mrs mac a ride.
I’d dip it like….ken

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Wouldn’t dip your wife tho….ooft

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Is that an STD?

mike
5 years ago

Ken here, who is this elephant in the room? naw scrap that.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

Donald trunk?

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Ah yes the giraffe with the hole.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

Yon mr murdoch would get a boot in the bawz tho

mike
5 years ago

That’s enough for me, there is only so much excitement that I can take in one diary.
Looking forward to Ralphy’s words of wisdom ramorra and then we begin the begin.
Toodlepip. sleep tight.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

Thank fuck for that ya gibbering hoor……night pal!

Ken

charlie
5 years ago

monti that erudite rob thinks enda fannings a wummin he he …..hees no even worth the watchin

charlie
5 years ago

monti ya erudite fucker geis the lottery numbers for saturday

charlie
5 years ago

heers wan fur monti

charlie
5 years ago
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charlie
5 years ago

heers another wan for yon erudite mohttps://t.co/5zZypjOpj2nti to laugh at

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