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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by remembercolinlee, Feb 1, 2017.
Not a single person disagreed with that though
I got Aurier totally wrong too. Really thought he'd be as good as Walker.
Pretty damning that he's still a free agent over 2 weeks later. Wage demands maybe?
That was cos it was so subtle
Some things should never be admitted
I did. Not Sissoko, the other chuckle brother. I saw something of the Walkers in Aurier. Turns out it was the brain farts and nothing else.
Forgive me Colin, for I have sinned.
You mean things like wanting to sign Samir Nasri?
Sorry, what I should've said was:
Not a single sane person disagreed.
I have one word for you....
No way can I take the high moral ground
I had my doubts about him from very early on but the game that absolutely did it for me was his performance in our 2-1 loss to Liverpool in Sep 2018. I've wanted him gone since full time that afternoon. Coming up on 3 years ago now, bloody hell
Was that the wembley game?
Was there and the only thing worse than his performance was the decision not to give Son a last minute penalty.
...oh and the veggie burger I was served...
How minging is that ffs?
Impressive, not far off my anti-Winks agenda.
Whilst I'd been getting fed up with him prior, it was on your thread where you spoke about keeping or binning Sissoko that I said the thread should've been changed from Sissoko to Winks and started going full steam ahead from there, I'm thinking around very early 2018 so I'm on about 3 and a half years...
And so it should, shame on you eating veggie ****.
MEAT ALL DAY, BRUH! CARNIVORE GANG!
why is it green?
You appear to have ordered macaroon & chips
**** knows...opened the container and that was staring up at me...threw it away...tbh so no idea what it tasted like.
Completely put me off.
I once made different coloured chips for my daughter's when they were like 8 and 3 yrs old. Told them that you should never judge food without tasting it...dyed the chips red, blue, green and black...they loved them.
I couldn't eat them though cos they looked ****ing weird
As I have learned with my niece, the ages of 5-9 are the ones where they're molded by hearing "urrrrrrrrrrrgh, you're eating..." in the school canteen
Although why my niece refuses to eat brown noodles is both a riddle and plenty of reason for me to wind her up for the ages