The idiots of Twitter thread

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by Hendo » 21 Feb 2018 16:17

Pepe the Horseman wrote:What a cock.
https://twitter.com/Coppells106/status/ ... 5740121093


Saw this last night, agreed, grade A bell-end.

Sounds like a cry for attention, which of course, we are giving him!

Anyone who is happy when we lose or concede goals, no matter your thoughts and views on Stam or how the team are getting on, :arrow:

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by Kitsondinho » 21 Feb 2018 18:46

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genome wrote:I enjoyed the tweet yesterday where he criticised Jem Karacan for being unable to get into the Bolton team (he's been injured)

Even when he wasn't injured he was dropped, not been good enough and Bolton fans are hoping to not see him near the starting line up currently.

Shame as I always rated the lad


Doubt he has every fully recovered from those 2 horrific injuries, which is a shame as I always rated him as well.

Bolton fans raving about him after their win last night. He also played 90 mins (was subbed in injury time). He could be fairly important to their survival chances. He certainly helped push them over the line last season.

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by tidus_mi2 » 21 Feb 2018 20:19

Pepe the Horseman wrote:What a cock.
https://twitter.com/Coppells106/status/ ... 5740121093

Same twat who's trying to organise a 70th minute walkout on Saturday, he probably already leaves at that time and just wants people to join him the twat.

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by WAZZOCK » 09 Jun 2018 22:10

This is either a shit wind up, or the delusion of this bellend is up there with the best...

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Genuinely the worst Reading fan on the internet, and I hope he reads this.

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by TiagoIlori » 09 Jun 2018 22:26

WAZZOCK wrote:This is either a shit wind up, or the delusion of this bellend is up there with the best...

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Genuinely the worst Reading fan on the internet, and I hope he reads this.

Ah, Tom haven’t seen him in a while, will admit I gave him a fair amount of stick in the past for his tweets, but I think it’s clear the bloke has issues, feel a bit sorry for him in a way tbh. His behaviour isn’t normal by any means, especially with how he doesn’t like criticism of Gunter, or “negativity” how he puts it.


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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by maffff » 09 Jun 2018 23:16

Oh, that's where the fat goalkeeper is these days.

Wouldn't know, I'm blocked by him.

His loss.

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by Old Man Andrews » 11 Jun 2018 08:19

"ONE CLAIRE BALDING, THERES ONLY ONE CLAIRE BALDING"

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by Old Man Andrews » 01 Jul 2018 21:59

Anyone familiar with that Jamie Gorman bloke? Really been annoying me recently, thinks he's oxf*rd brilliant.

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by From Despair To Where? » 01 Jul 2018 23:40

Twitter's basically day care for agoraphobics. Somewhere to go so that people know you're still alive and if you're lucky they'll give you an online slap when you metaphorically start eating the crayons and shit on the floor.


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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by maffff » 02 Jul 2018 00:02

From Despair To Where? wrote:Twitter's basically day care for agoraphobics. Somewhere to go so that people know you're still alive and if you're lucky they'll give you an online slap when you metaphorically start eating the crayons and shit on the floor.

oxf*rd me, what is HNA? then?

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by From Despair To Where? » 02 Jul 2018 00:12

Seriously, this place is nowhere near as bad as Twitter or Facebook.

I'm not talking about official club or agency feeds but your fan pages and groups.

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by CountryRoyal » 02 Jul 2018 07:45

From Despair To Where? wrote:Seriously, this place is nowhere near as bad as Twitter or Facebook.

I'm not talking about official club or agency feeds but your fan pages and groups.


One thing that surprises me about them is the seemingly vast display of general ignorance, not to mention the fact they’re also riddled with annoying, illiterate twats.

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by bobby1413 » 02 Jul 2018 07:51

CountryRoyal wrote:
From Despair To Where? wrote:Seriously, this place is nowhere near as bad as Twitter or Facebook.

I'm not talking about official club or agency feeds but your fan pages and groups.


One thing that surprises me about them is the seemingly vast display of general ignorance, not to mention the fact they’re also riddled with annoying, illiterate twats.


The worst thing is those fans that copy certain individuals into their horribly, nonconstructive, negative tweets with absolutely no regard or consideration about what they're doing.

Eg:

"I wish @chrisgunter would just fck off now"
"Have we still not sold @tylerblackett? The guy is absolutely abysmal, get rid now"

Seriously? They may be on decent money, and some may have certain views on them as footballers and people, but no matter what you think, they're still human beings. It's completely unnecessary


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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by CountryRoyal » 02 Jul 2018 08:10

bobby1413 wrote:
CountryRoyal wrote:
From Despair To Where? wrote:Seriously, this place is nowhere near as bad as Twitter or Facebook.

I'm not talking about official club or agency feeds but your fan pages and groups.


One thing that surprises me about them is the seemingly vast display of general ignorance, not to mention the fact they’re also riddled with annoying, illiterate twats.


The worst thing is those fans that copy certain individuals into their horribly, nonconstructive, negative tweets with absolutely no regard or consideration about what they're doing.

Eg:

"I wish @chrisgunter would just fck off now"
"Have we still not sold @tylerblackett? The guy is absolutely abysmal, get rid now"

Seriously? They may be on decent money, and some may have certain views on them as footballers and people, but no matter what you think, they're still human beings. It's completely unnecessary


+1

That’s the problem with the internet and (partial) anonymity. It gives idiots a platform to speak and act in a way they wouldn’t and couldn’t in the real world because someone would deck them.

But you know, they’re so cool and hard because they insulted a footballer on the interwebz. :|

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by From Despair To Where? » 02 Jul 2018 08:27

At least on here, you have room to try to form a coherent argument. On twitter it's difficult to construct a analysis of a Player A in 160 characters so why not just call him a pcunt?

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by bobby1413 » 02 Jul 2018 08:32

CountryRoyal wrote:It gives idiots a platform to speak and act in a way they wouldn’t and couldn’t in the real world because someone would deck them.

But you know, they’re so cool and hard because they insulted a footballer on the interwebz. :|


One of the finest examples of this was Jamie H* - the jumped up sh*t.

After a game, I can't remember which he posted something like:

"Players are a disgrace, not one came over and all played abysmal"

Paul McShane responded - "What the hell? I came over to you, you thanked me, and had a picture together"

Jamie H* then immediately backed down, received quite a lot of stick and made his account private.

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by Old Man Andrews » 02 Jul 2018 08:32

CountryRoyal wrote:
bobby1413 wrote:
CountryRoyal wrote:
One thing that surprises me about them is the seemingly vast display of general ignorance, not to mention the fact they’re also riddled with annoying, illiterate twats.


The worst thing is those fans that copy certain individuals into their horribly, nonconstructive, negative tweets with absolutely no regard or consideration about what they're doing.

Eg:

"I wish @chrisgunter would just fck off now"
"Have we still not sold @tylerblackett? The guy is absolutely abysmal, get rid now"

Seriously? They may be on decent money, and some may have certain views on them as footballers and people, but no matter what you think, they're still human beings. It's completely unnecessary


+1

That’s the problem with the internet and (partial) anonymity. It gives idiots a platform to speak and act in a way they wouldn’t and couldn’t in the real world because someone would deck them.

But you know, they’re so cool and hard because they insulted a footballer on the interwebz. :|


I can't speak for any of the other players but I know someone who slagged Chris Gunter off (reasonably constructively) which Gunter didn't like at all. It resulted in a private chat on Twitter in which both parties came away with a bit more respect for eachother by the end of it.

I think criticising a performance is perfectly fine as long as you are not personally offensive or just say things like "HE'S oxf*rd SHIT", it's not constructive at all. Supporters voicing their opinion is what Twitter is all about its just some take it too far or are so thick it is beyond them to construct a full sentence.

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by Old Man Andrews » 02 Jul 2018 08:34

bobby1413 wrote:
CountryRoyal wrote:It gives idiots a platform to speak and act in a way they wouldn’t and couldn’t in the real world because someone would deck them.

But you know, they’re so cool and hard because they insulted a footballer on the interwebz. :|


One of the finest examples of this was Jamie H* - the jumped up sh*t.

After a game, I can't remember which he posted something like:

"Players are a disgrace, not one came over and all played abysmal"

Paul McShane responded - "What the hell? I came over to you, you thanked me, and had a picture together"

Jamie H* then immediately backed down, received quite a lot of stick and made his account private.


It was Liam Moore wasn't it? Jamie gets away with a hell of a lot, thinks he's a superfan and above it all because he had a meeting with the club last season about putting flags up around the ground. Completely unwarranted ego.

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by bobby1413 » 02 Jul 2018 08:35

Old Man Andrews wrote:It was Liam Moore wasn't it? Jamie gets away with a hell of a lot, thinks he's a superfan and above it all because he had a meeting with the club last season about putting flags up around the ground. Completely unwarranted ego.


Yes I think you're probably right. I was torn between whether it was Gunter, Moore or McShane. I knew it was one of them but couldn't remember.

Him and some of his twitter friends are pretty insufferable

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Re: The idiots of Twitter thread

by Old Man Andrews » 02 Jul 2018 08:37

bobby1413 wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:It was Liam Moore wasn't it? Jamie gets away with a hell of a lot, thinks he's a superfan and above it all because he had a meeting with the club last season about putting flags up around the ground. Completely unwarranted ego.


Yes I think you're probably right. I was torn between whether it was Gunter, Moore or McShane. I knew it was one of them but couldn't remember.

Him and some of his twitter friends are pretty insufferable


He got in so much shit for that, remember it well. Thing is in real life he isn't like he is online at all, quite a nice bloke. It is weird how being behind a screen changes people at times.

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