Traditionally favoured by the likes of Blink 182 and Crazy Town and an assortment of very bad Orange County 'punk' bands.

Recently being busted by pretty much everyone.

Hideous.

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smallman1 wrote:
zackster wrote:

i think the cuban brothers and hot chip would have been more your speed, ed.

Slam showed him how it should be done.

One of the few times I've enjoyed them tbf.

Slam always boss it.

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thought you'd accidentally posted a PM addressed to Smallman there for a moment

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'Chels' fans: Absolute embarrassment.

http://www.westlondonsport.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Chelseafansmunich.jpg

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I don't know. I don't follow any footballers on twitter - pointless.

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Big Fella wrote:

To be fair Davo, i heard the Chelsea fans loud and clear on my Sammy last night singing about Gerrard slipping.

They do have that one song. And another one about celery.

I'll give them that.

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smallman1 wrote:

It is a bit of a shock going to somewhere like Anfield I must say.

I stuck out like a sore thumb.

Must come as a shock to see football fans who are knowledgeable and sing.

Were you waiting like a lump for a plastic flag to be given to you?

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Thought I remembered right... despite my disdain for friendlies, 4 goals against Benfica isn't bad.

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Sanogo has looked alright lately hasn't he?

Looks like a decent back up from what I've seen. Rather have him than that tool Bendtner if you want a target man to bring on from the bench.

You've used that one before Bog Filla. Boring now as there's nothing to stop anyone supporting Man United in a free country... people just don't because they know of the utter dismissiveness or disdain that would greet their choice of team. All United fans I know who aren't from an M postcode admit to supporting them very sheepishly/apologetically... almost embarrassed to be such a cliche.

smallman1 wrote:
stylustrouble wrote:

Saw them play at that Midweek Sessions night that Lawler used to do.They were on first and absolutely annihilated the place,the rest of the night with Seaman and Lawler was an anti-climax after that.


Did Lawler come on and play a load of big room tribal that failed to resonate with anyone?

lol

smallman1 wrote:

Saw Futureshock absolutely dismantle The End once at a Darren Emerson Underwater night.

Used to love them.

Seen them absolutely destroy The Cross like nothing you've ever witnessed.

Ridiculously good, although it might have been the bangers that night.

john bon digweed wrote:

Weren't Scott Bond and Futureshock residents at the original Sheffield venue?

The original venues were in the West Midlands. AFAIK they moved to Sheffield around 1996 because there was too much 'big club' competition in the West Midlands with Miss Moneypenny's, Sundissential and various nights at the Que Club (and GodsKitchen, although they were still in Coventry at that point).

Scott Bond was resident from the beginning of Gatecrasher. I don't think Futureshock were ever residents were they? Besides, they weren't at all well known until about 2000/1.

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This also dispels the myth that depressed people are just lazy.

He was prolific in his output.

Already messaged them by the way.

As he's been convicted of a violent assault I am VERY surprised he's been granted a visa.

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Smallman's right in the sense that what you eat can have profound effects on mood though.

Anyone who argues otherwise is simply defying medical science.

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Just delete your account Rob.

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Oh dear, just when everyone started to think BedRob might not be a massive belter after all, he comes up with a poor rip off of my famed Jay Loopdokter Q & A Session thread.

Embarrassing.

Playing Beijing soon.

Here's the details if anyone wants to urge them to cancel.
http://www.cityweekend.com.cn/beijing/e … toko-chus/
PM:
http://www.cityweekend.com.cn/signin/?n … _at_migas/

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Big Fella wrote:

Wont be beaten.

Yep, also a programme where everything was ace*, including the opening sequence.

*Until it moved to Liverpool

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Greatest theme, title sequence and quite possibly the greatest sitcom ever:

30 Rock - again, there is literally nothing bad about this programme including the music.

Ski Sunday. Pure 80s nostalgia.

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Now starring in DEAD Poets Society.

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Boring, you know very little about me despite what you may think.

Not one of your darts has hit the target. But you can keep going, I'll let you have another handful to throw.

You're a pedant who is trying to belittle Smashdad using some faux-intellectual on-upmanship. You got called out for it, now you've got shitty about it. That's the state of play as I see it.

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Good attempted retort. Ineffective though.

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Not at all, just have you sussed for what you are.

Picking up on stylistic 'errors' (that aren't even such) is the preserve of the wannabe intellectual who probably did two years at Manchester Metropolitan (Crewe & Alsager campus).