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Anyway got just the girl for you .............. Karen Greenlee [ 64 ] worked at a funeral home .

She was driving the hearse with dead bloke ; decided to skip the service , took off to secluded spot and had sex with him .... wasn't the first time either

:cat: What? She'd had sex with the dead guy before? He must have been a bit ripe.

I didn’t know her name but some years ago I saw a documentary on her. As necrophilia is extremely rare I presume it was the same lady. She had the perfect job, for her anyway. She used to place the penises of dead men in her mouth. I’m assuming it was before she embalmed them.


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Can't post smilies :5encouragement: :laughing7: :icon_mrgreen: what has Warrior got you on the budget plan ...?

Anyway got just the girl for you .............. Karen Greenlee [ 64 ] worked at a funeral home .

She was driving the hearse with dead bloke ; decided to skip the service , took off to secluded spot and had sex with him .... wasn't the first time either


What? She'd had sex with the dead guy before? He must have been a bit ripe.


Yep one of those posts you have to go back and read the prior conversations rather than just the final comment being made


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:cat: What? She'd had sex with the dead guy before? He must have been a bit ripe.

I didn’t know her name but some years ago I saw a documentary on her. As necrophilia is extremely rare I presume it was the same lady. She had the perfect job, for her anyway. She used to place the penises of dead men in her mouth.


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I didn’t know her name but some years ago I saw a documentary on her. As necrophilia is extremely rare I presume it was the same lady. She had the perfect job, for her anyway. She used to place the penises of dead men in her mouth.


..... what’s everybody having for lunch today ?


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Quick question for Hodd is he reads this.

Was talking with friends last night about the different refereeing protocols in different leagues and I was wondering when a player comes to the Arsenal from a foreign league are they educated in the differences they can expect from the refs or are the players expected to just learn/adapt?


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Quick question for Hodd is he reads this.

Was talking with friends last night about the different refereeing protocols in different leagues and I was wondering when a player comes to the Arsenal from a foreign league are they educated in the differences they can expect from the refs or are the players expected to just learn/adapt?

I have no idea, nor even considered it tbh
I will ask someone who works with the 1st team and get back to you
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TAFKAEiN wrote:
Quick question for Hodd is he reads this.

Was talking with friends last night about the different refereeing protocols in different leagues and I was wondering when a player comes to the Arsenal from a foreign league are they educated in the differences they can expect from the refs or are the players expected to just learn/adapt?

If it's Anthony Taylor, just expect him to make it up as he goes along. He hasn't improved in the years since his infamous opening day performance at the Emirates against Villa. I'm no Chelsea fan but they were mugged last night. Taylor is this generation's Mike Riley.


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https://www.arsenal.com/news/robbie-burton-joins-dinamo-zagreb
Good luck Robbie!!
Nice lad, has been doing some coaching for our pre-academy over the last couple of months.

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https://www.arsenal.com/news/robbie-burton-joins-dinamo-zagreb
Good luck Robbie!!
Nice lad, has been doing some coaching for our pre-academy over the last couple of months.


Putting my Wales bobble hat on, is this a good move for him in your opinion?

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https://www.arsenal.com/news/robbie-burton-joins-dinamo-zagreb
Good luck Robbie!!
Nice lad, has been doing some coaching for our pre-academy over the last couple of months.


Putting my Wales bobble hat on, is this a good move for him in your opinion?

potentially, yes
Like all youngsters he needs to be playing regularly to ensure his development isn't hindered

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There’s a long way to go without a shred of doubt. The key is if Arteta can improve our away form. Can’t get a win for love nor money.

Also there was food for thought on the possible permanent signing of Ceballos. If he continues his form and is available for around 30 million that might be a deal worth contemplating. It was evident simply having a more forward thinking passer at the base of your midfield helped us hugely and I don’t think it was a coincidence Özil had his best game in ages.

Agreed, someone who can get the ball forward quickly, creatively and accurately in to the space Özil occupies but can be quickly shut down if he doesn't get the service quickly enough. Cazorla worked wonders for us in this regard


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Putting my Wales bobble hat on, is this a good move for him in your opinion?

potentially, yes
Like all youngsters he needs to be playing regularly to ensure his development isn't hindered


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https://www.arsenal.com/news/robbie-burton-joins-dinamo-zagreb
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Good news. How is the atmosphere since Arteta has taken over? Any visible changes to the youth side?

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Looks like Son is out for several weeks with a broken arm.


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Looks like Son is out for several weeks with a broken arm.

The club said several weeks but Mourinho said he’ll be out for the rest of the season. Hope good old Jose is right.


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Looks like Son is out for several weeks with a broken arm.

The club said several weeks but Mourinho said he’ll be out for the rest of the season. Hope good old Jose is right.


We play them weekend of 25th April. That's 9+ weeks hence.


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AmericanGooner wrote:
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https://www.arsenal.com/news/robbie-burton-joins-dinamo-zagreb
Good luck Robbie!!
Nice lad, has been doing some coaching for our pre-academy over the last couple of months.


Good news. How is the atmosphere since Arteta has taken over? Any visible changes to the youth side?

No changes on academy side specifically from Arteta's arrival;
Lots of ongoing change aligned to the departure of Steve Morrow and co...….

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HoddGooner wrote:
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Good news. How is the atmosphere since Arteta has taken over? Any visible changes to the youth side?

No changes on academy side specifically from Arteta's arrival;
Lots of ongoing change aligned to the departure of Steve Morrow and co...….

A mate told me there are now 2 ex Barnet players working with mertesacker who are lifelong Gooners. Their dream job basically


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Anyway got just the girl for you .............. Karen Greenlee [ 64 ] worked at a funeral home .

She was driving the hearse with dead bloke ; decided to skip the service , took off to secluded spot and had sex with him .... wasn't the first time either


What? She'd had sex with the dead guy before? He must have been a bit ripe.

Good grief John ... get another bowl of leeks into ya ... Do think she was depraved .... ? ... with different blokes .

Apparently it's not illegal in California to have sex with dead people so she only got a $ 250 fine and eleven days in jail for pinching the hearse .


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No changes on academy side specifically from Arteta's arrival;
Lots of ongoing change aligned to the departure of Steve Morrow and co...….

A mate told me there are now 2 ex Barnet players working with mertesacker who are lifelong Gooners. Their dream job basically

Not sure any of the “new” people ever played for Barnet
Adam Burchall is ex-Barnet, but he’s been here a while

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A mate told me there are now 2 ex Barnet players working with mertesacker who are lifelong Gooners. Their dream job basically

Not sure any of the “new” people ever played for Barnet
Adam Burchall is ex-Barnet, but he’s been here a while

Yes he mentioned Burchall and one more I can’t recall


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Not sure any of the “new” people ever played for Barnet
Adam Burchall is ex-Barnet, but he’s been here a while

Yes he mentioned Burchall and one more I can’t recall

Max Porter?
Didn’t know he played for Barnet - had to look it up :1laughter:

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Yes he mentioned Burchall and one more I can’t recall

Max Porter?
Didn’t know he played for Barnet - had to look it up :1laughter:

That might be him. Most don’t mention it hodd :laughing7:


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I'm hoping Liverpool turns it around. Atletico is tough at home. I am not a fan of their usual negative style. But I having to try and win in a league with Barca and RM, you are never going to beat them by being better attacking and more flair.

This game I AM were more attacking out the gate the first 20 minutes. Liverpool had their chances but AM did a farily good job of neutralizing them.

If LFC are going to break our record, then at least get the treble and spread the pain to the Mancs. Yeah...yeah...I know how it sounds. Don't care. lol

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HoddGooner wrote:
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Yes he mentioned Burchall and one more I can’t recall

Max Porter?
Didn’t know he played for Barnet - had to look it up :1laughter:

Hardly surprising when you're only the guy who cleans the boots , hangs the shirts on the pegs , takes the soiled under garments to the laundry ...... but don't sell yourself short Hodd ............ someone has to do it and you fill a very important role .


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Nice sunny day today in NZ so I decide to mow the lawns .

Go out to my home built garden shed ... unlike Cannon's bird feeder from yesteryear everything is plum .. which means vertical / horizontal for all you office wallahs ; not the fruit .

I haul out the lawnmower ; while topping up the petrol I happen to look at the enormous comfrey patch .

Jesus H ... there is a green shield bug convention in progress ...about fifty of these grubby little f***^%% just enjoying the sunshine while sticking their liitle hyperdermic mouthparts into the plant and sucking out it's life juices .
I hate parasites in all forms .

:7laughter: Ahhh we'll soon change that ... the lawnmowing gets put on hold .

Into the shed ; get an oil can 2 parts automatic transmission fluid , 1 part kerosene , 1 part mineral turpentine . ..shake it up

Out I come .. seat myself in a garden chair ... Splat Splat Splat Splat ....... Scuttling . trying to fly , turning belly up ...... the panic among these liitle tossers is magic .

Like Thierry Henry going through a Liverpool defence https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5x3r9o

I tell you retirement is wonderful .

WARNING ........ don't do this on any plant you eventually hope to eat .


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Nice sunny day today in NZ so I decide to mow the lawns .

Go out to my home built garden shed ... unlike Cannon's bird feeder from yesteryear everything is plum .. which means vertical / horizontal for all you office wallahs ; not the fruit .

I haul out the lawnmower ; while topping up the petrol I happen to look at the enormous comfrey patch .

Jesus H ... there is a green shield bug convention in progress ...about fifty of these grubby little f***^%% just enjoying the sunshine while sticking their liitle hyperdermic mouthparts into the plant and sucking out it's life juices .
I hate parasites in all forms .

:7laughter: Ahhh we'll soon change that ... the lawnmowing gets put on hold .

Into the shed ; get an oil can 2 parts automatic transmission fluid , 1 part kerosene , 1 part mineral turpentine . ..shake it up

Out I come .. seat myself in a garden chair ... Splat Splat Splat Splat ....... Scuttling . trying to fly , turning belly up ...... the panic among these liitle tossers is magic .

Like Thierry Henry going through a Liverpool defence https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5x3r9o

I tell you retirement is wonderful .

WARNING ........ don't do this on any plant you eventually hope to eat .

Six months later
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Nice sunny day today in NZ so I decide to mow the lawns .

Go out to my home built garden shed ... unlike Cannon's bird feeder from yesteryear everything is plum .. which means vertical / horizontal for all you office wallahs ; not the fruit .

I haul out the lawnmower ; while topping up the petrol I happen to look at the enormous comfrey patch .

Jesus H ... there is a green shield bug convention in progress ...about fifty of these grubby little f***^%% just enjoying the sunshine while sticking their liitle hyperdermic mouthparts into the plant and sucking out it's life juices .
I hate parasites in all forms .

:7laughter: Ahhh we'll soon change that ... the lawnmowing gets put on hold .

Into the shed ; get an oil can 2 parts automatic transmission fluid , 1 part kerosene , 1 part mineral turpentine . ..shake it up

Out I come .. seat myself in a garden chair ... Splat Splat Splat Splat ....... Scuttling . trying to fly , turning belly up ...... the panic among these liitle tossers is magic .

Like Thierry Henry going through a Liverpool defence https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5x3r9o

I tell you retirement is wonderful .

WARNING ........ don't do this on any plant you eventually hope to eat .


Weren't you complaining about fluoride in the water not so long ago?

Where has the eco warrior in you gone Pete??

Btw, my partner's daughter and her partner are currently traversing your country in a station wagon type car. They love it.

But I'll tell them to pass on the comfrey.

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This is interesting. Loved hearing the banter back and forth.

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Two Liverpool players, two Man Utd players arguing over OGS. You already know its not going to be pretty. Keane has a point about getting managers more time. Judging by today, Ferguson would have been sacked before the '90 FA cup win. Which every time I see highlights i'm willing Palace to win it still.


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I think we are capable of going far into the Europa. If we get the injured players back and the new players from January, it may have to time for them to gel enough to get to the semis if not the finals again.

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Gaz from Oz wrote:
kiwipete wrote:
Nice sunny day today in NZ so I decide to mow the lawns .

Go out to my home built garden shed ... unlike Cannon's bird feeder from yesteryear everything is plum .. which means vertical / horizontal for all you office wallahs ; not the fruit .

I haul out the lawnmower ; while topping up the petrol I happen to look at the enormous comfrey patch .

Jesus H ... there is a green shield bug convention in progress ...about fifty of these grubby little f***^%% just enjoying the sunshine while sticking their liitle hyperdermic mouthparts into the plant and sucking out it's life juices .
I hate parasites in all forms .

:7laughter: Ahhh we'll soon change that ... the lawnmowing gets put on hold .

Into the shed ; get an oil can 2 parts automatic transmission fluid , 1 part kerosene , 1 part mineral turpentine . ..shake it up

Out I come .. seat myself in a garden chair ... Splat Splat Splat Splat ....... Scuttling . trying to fly , turning belly up ...... the panic among these liitle tossers is magic .

Like Thierry Henry going through a Liverpool defence https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5x3r9o

I tell you retirement is wonderful .

WARNING ........ don't do this on any plant you eventually hope to eat .

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Not a bug in sight :53big-emoticons:


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kiwipete wrote:
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Max Porter?
Didn’t know he played for Barnet - had to look it up :1laughter:

Hardly surprising when you're only the guy who cleans the boots , hangs the shirts on the pegs , takes the soiled under garments to the laundry ...... but don't sell yourself short Hodd ............ someone has to do it and you fill a very important role .

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The ball boy in the Man City vs West Ham game interfered with a live ball but he didn't realize it. Felt badly for him.

If City are deemed ineligible for the CL next season after appeals, not sure if we have enough in us to get to 5th. Our GD is atrocious. If not us, I'm cheering for the Blades to get in.

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Into the shed ; get an oil can 2 parts automatic transmission fluid , 1 part kerosene , 1 part mineral turpentine . ..shake it up

Splat Splat Splat Splat ....... Scuttling . trying to fly , turning belly up ...... the panic among these liitle tossers is magic .

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Weren't you complaining about fluoride in the water not so long ago?

Where has the eco warrior in you gone Pete??

Btw, my partner's daughter and her partner are currently traversing your country in a station wagon type car. They love it.

But I'll tell them to pass on the comfrey.

:laughing7: that mixture is probably more eco friendly than most of the sh***t Monsanto markets as safe Johnny Boy .

Tell your friends to either carry their camera , wallet , any valuables with them ....... or at least hide them out of sight in their car .

We have plenty of low lifes in this country who target known tourist spots ; ready to steal anything of value .


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:53big-emoticons: Yes it was very good Brom ....when Gaz is not moaning his tits off about team performances he displays quite a sneaky sense of humour .


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Right now I'd take a scoring draw. Deep down I think we can win.

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Don’t know if anyone has seen an initiative Roma started 2 transfer windows ago? Every time they announce a new signing they post a picture of a missing child/person with equal weighting to the signing. It has had some success as some of these kids have been found.

They are urging other clubs to pick up on this. When you think of the clicks or views a new signing for a big club has it is a great opportunity to do something like this. Would be great if Arsenal did this as well.


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