England V Panama

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Re: England V Panama

by Sanguine » 26 Jun 2018 14:47

CountryRoyal The beer throwing should be a spontaneous and uncontrollable reaction to a really significant event where you just lose your shit and can’t help it - i.e last minute winner, a penalty to make it 5-0 against oxf*rd Panama does seem a bit artificial.


Quite. Was my point. In fact personally I understood it for the first and second goals. No game is generally an easy win for England and there was a good atmosphere that went off when the first couple of goals went in, but once it's obvious we're running away with it - well, you're just throwing beer, aren't you?

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Re: England V Panama

by CountryRoyal » 26 Jun 2018 15:01

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CountryRoyal The beer throwing should be a spontaneous and uncontrollable reaction to a really significant event where you just lose your shit and can’t help it - i.e last minute winner, a penalty to make it 5-0 against oxf*rd Panama does seem a bit artificial.


Quite. Was my point. In fact personally I understood it for the first and second goals. No game is generally an easy win for England and there was a good atmosphere that went off when the first couple of goals went in, but once it's obvious we're running away with it - well, you're just throwing beer, aren't you?


Yeh I suppose I could have just gone for the ol’ +1 but I thought I’d really ram the point home. :lol:

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Re: England V Panama

by bcubed » 26 Jun 2018 15:38

I guess one man's beer throwing is another man's staying seated, clapping and saying Well done chaps!

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Re: England V Panama

by Sanguine » 26 Jun 2018 16:05

I rather think my point has been missed.

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Re: England V Panama

by bcubed » 26 Jun 2018 16:17

Sanguine I rather think my point has been missed.

Not by me


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Re: England V Panama

by BR0B0T » 26 Jun 2018 16:18

Sanguine I rather think my point has been missed.


lighten up m8...it's this killjoy attitude that sent her willingly into the arms of Captain Parachute

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Re: England V Panama

by Sanguine » 26 Jun 2018 16:20

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Sanguine I rather think my point has been missed.

Not by me


You missed it entirely. There's a difference between drinks flying out of fans losing their shit at a crucial goal, and people lobbing drink in the air because Harry Kane just made it 6-0 off his ankle. You're talking about sitting down and politely clapping. No-one was doing that.

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Re: England V Panama

by bcubed » 26 Jun 2018 16:23

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Sanguine I rather think my point has been missed.

Not by me


You missed it entirely. There's a difference between drinks flying out of fans losing their shit at a crucial goal, and people lobbing drink in the air because Harry Kane just made it 6-0 off his ankle. You're talking about sitting down and politely clapping. No-one was doing that.


I suggest you missed my point which whilst partly an attempt at humour is indicating that people are free to respond to goals as they wish

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Re: England V Panama

by Sanguine » 26 Jun 2018 16:25

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I suggest you missed my point which whilst partly an attempt at humour is indicating that people are free to respond to goals as they wish


Thank you for clarifying the law of the land.


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Re: England V Panama

by bcubed » 26 Jun 2018 16:26

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I suggest you missed my point which whilst partly an attempt at humour is indicating that people are free to respond to goals as they wish


Thank you for clarifying the law of the land.

I clearly needed to

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Re: England V Panama

by Sanguine » 26 Jun 2018 16:29

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I suggest you missed my point which whilst partly an attempt at humour is indicating that people are free to respond to goals as they wish


Thank you for clarifying the law of the land.

I clearly needed to


Why would you need to do that when someone was just expressing a view that a certain behaviour was silly?
Come on now.

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Re: England V Panama

by bcubed » 26 Jun 2018 16:32

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Thank you for clarifying the law of the land.

I clearly needed to


Why would you need to do that when someone was just expressing a view that a certain behaviour was silly?
Come on now.


I merely suggested that the view it was silly was not universally held. And tried to do it humorously (also something not universally appreciated, if at all :) )

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Re: England V Panama

by John Madejski's Wallet » 27 Jun 2018 11:43

I'm with Sangers.

One thing putting me off going out into town to watch Thursday's game twatty over reacting to a dead rubber of a game.


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Re: England V Panama

by BR0B0T » 27 Jun 2018 12:05

John Madejski's Wallet I'm with Sangers.

One thing putting me off going out into town to watch Thursday's game twatty over reacting to a dead rubber of a game.


it's not a dead rubber gr5 m12

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Re: England V Panama

by Sanguine » 27 Jun 2018 17:45

John Madejski's Wallet I'm with Sangers.

One thing putting me off going out into town to watch Thursday's game twatty over reacting to a dead rubber of a game.


Had a brief look at the bar at the station, but it's ticket-only and has been sold out since last week.

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Re: England V Panama

by John Madejski's Wallet » 27 Jun 2018 22:36

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John Madejski's Wallet I'm with Sangers.

One thing putting me off going out into town to watch Thursday's game twatty over reacting to a dead rubber of a game.


Had a brief look at the bar at the station, but it's ticket-only and has been sold out since last week.

3 guineas or the fan zone thingy?

Me and mates are heading in to town and have no idea where to watch the footy...…..where won't be packed full of gimps?

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Re: England V Panama

by Sanguine » 28 Jun 2018 08:37

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John Madejski's Wallet I'm with Sangers.

One thing putting me off going out into town to watch Thursday's game twatty over reacting to a dead rubber of a game.


Had a brief look at the bar at the station, but it's ticket-only and has been sold out since last week.

3 guineas or the fan zone thingy?

Me and mates are heading in to town and have no idea where to watch the footy...…..where won't be packed full of gimps?


The fan zone thingy opposite the Guineas. Everywhere will be packed full of gimps. I've settled on a BBQ and watching it at home.

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