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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by r.soleofsalford, 22 Dec 2016.
you seem very ageist
No, it's just the youngsters have to choose between their habits in the bogs or watching the match. When they do stagger into daylight it's purely to be aggressive, barge into people and knock kids over, shout abuse and sing paedo and other disgusting songs before being turfed out, and starting squabbles and hurling abuse on public transport afterwards.
I'd take the old fogey crowd any day.
Wouldn't wipe my arse with it,never mind wrapping my chips with it,,
I'm sure you're not being entirely serious, but it's ridiculous to make this a generational thing.
Like Cobwebcat, I think your "sample" is just a little over exaggerated, as there seem to be plenty who just enjoy the football, and support the club in the right way.
I'd take the City fans I see over either sample.
deliberately so, given the post it's replying to. There's an inherent truth in there though.
Definitely some truth is this even if a tad exagerated. Being of the older generation though did not stop me walking a fair distance to get to the ground and I would definitely NOT leave early.
My uncle has left on 86 minutes for more or less every home game for as long as i can remember. I think it stemmed from Maine Road when we wanted a quick exit.
He was away for 93.20 but he's adamant he would have left on 86 mins that day. Cannot change him.
I'm 84 years old and I regularly snort powder in the toilets and get aggressively drunk. I also sing along with every song and stay more than 25 minutes after every game. Calling people paedo is part of the game and knocking over kids builds character.
My mate was chairman of a Scottish club and that's how they did it