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Quiet 23:17 - Nov 7 with 750 viewsbuilthjack

On here tonight

Poll: When will the new Manager be announced?

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Quiet on 23:27 - Nov 7 with 739 viewsItchySphincter

Too many tw@ts. Decent posters only post now and again, hence why I’ve hardly posted tonight.

CLEMENT OUT!
Poll: Shall we have a poll............? Just for fun!

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Quiet on 07:42 - Nov 8 with 659 viewsFireboy2

Quiet on 23:27 - Nov 7 by ItchySphincter

Too many tw@ts. Decent posters only post now and again, hence why I’ve hardly posted tonight.


And me

Poll: Who is brexithomas17?

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Quiet on 07:58 - Nov 8 with 648 viewsmagicdaps10

I fully understand why some keep off this site but by doing so is playing into their hands.

The plan is to quiet the site down and kill it.
Never thought on it before but clear as day that some posters are close to the club.

Conquer and divide.

Keep posting lads, you are the good guys here.

Poll: Swansea City No 1.

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Quiet (n/t) on 09:15 - Nov 8 with 560 viewsswan65split

Quiet on 23:27 - Nov 7 by ItchySphincter

Too many tw@ts. Decent posters only post now and again, hence why I’ve hardly posted tonight.


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Quiet on 09:15 - Nov 8 with 560 viewsBadlands

Quiet on 07:58 - Nov 8 by magicdaps10

I fully understand why some keep off this site but by doing so is playing into their hands.

The plan is to quiet the site down and kill it.
Never thought on it before but clear as day that some posters are close to the club.

Conquer and divide.

Keep posting lads, you are the good guys here.




When there isn't anything immediate to moan about the site goes quiet as the conspiracy theorists try to decide if they are going to resurrect bull-shine, invent bull-shine or claim someone whose aunty once shook hands with a woman who thought she had seen someone at the club and knows bull-shine must be true; and the political grinder will all be whining about mid-terms, Grenfell or suchlike on other sites more supportive of their views.

Poll: Which team would win?

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Quiet (n/t) on 09:15 - Nov 8 with 559 viewsswan65split

Quiet on 07:58 - Nov 8 by magicdaps10

I fully understand why some keep off this site but by doing so is playing into their hands.

The plan is to quiet the site down and kill it.
Never thought on it before but clear as day that some posters are close to the club.

Conquer and divide.

Keep posting lads, you are the good guys here.


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Quiet on 09:17 - Nov 8 with 552 viewsswan65split

who appears to be trolling who these last few days?

and how many usernames did/or you have

Didnt you say 5?
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Quiet on 09:21 - Nov 8 with 548 viewsFireboy2

Fvck me chris thats a bit rich coming from you

Poll: Who is brexithomas17?

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Quiet on 09:31 - Nov 8 with 539 viewsMrSwerve

Quiet on 23:27 - Nov 7 by ItchySphincter

Too many tw@ts. Decent posters only post now and again, hence why I’ve hardly posted tonight.


I don’t really bother posting except for match days anymore, I think that’s the case for many now, unfortunately.

Between Monday and Friday the site is full of children and their petty internet squabbles, the good posts have been saturated to the point that many threads are repetitive and boring, with no proper debate.

It’s a shame, many of the old, good posters have left the site.

Poll: Should fireworks be restricted to professional shows only?

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Quiet on 17:55 - Nov 8 with 425 viewsPegojack

Hello Builthy, what's occurring?

OK, I'll post something.

I thoroughy enjoyed my nine days' holiday back in Blighty at the end of October, particularly my two visits back to the Liberty to see the wins against Blackburn and Reading. Brought a nostalgic tear to my eye, driving from Hereford to Swansea over the autumnal Brecon Beacons on Tuesday afternoon. And hasn't a sit down fish supper in Rossis gone expensive beyond, eh?
We brought the car over to load up with British essential supplies like baked beans, tinned rice pudding, bran flakes, paracetemol and Ronseal woodstain!
We choose the Santander/Portsmouth route to avoid driving all through France. Coming over was OK, but the return journey was a bit rough through the Bay of Biscay and I threw my heart, lungs and guts up. My merchant seaman grandad is revolving in his grave with shame. Won't be doing that again in a hurry, I'll be flying or driving through France next time.
It's turned a bit cold here in the evenings as winter approaches. Since our main form of heating is a log burner, we got our first load of wood in, a tonne of mixed orange and olive wood. Cost 150 euros delivered, don't know how that stacks up with UK prices. Me and her indoors spent three days shifting it in buckets down four flights of steps from the drive where it was tipped to the underbuild where we stored it in the dry. Our legs are now officially jelly.
Hope to be back early in the New Year to take in another match, in the meantime, all you miserable coños take care of yourselves!
[Post edited 8 Nov 17:58]
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Quiet on 18:52 - Nov 8 with 380 viewsmajorraglan

Quiet on 17:55 - Nov 8 by Pegojack

Hello Builthy, what's occurring?

OK, I'll post something.

I thoroughy enjoyed my nine days' holiday back in Blighty at the end of October, particularly my two visits back to the Liberty to see the wins against Blackburn and Reading. Brought a nostalgic tear to my eye, driving from Hereford to Swansea over the autumnal Brecon Beacons on Tuesday afternoon. And hasn't a sit down fish supper in Rossis gone expensive beyond, eh?
We brought the car over to load up with British essential supplies like baked beans, tinned rice pudding, bran flakes, paracetemol and Ronseal woodstain!
We choose the Santander/Portsmouth route to avoid driving all through France. Coming over was OK, but the return journey was a bit rough through the Bay of Biscay and I threw my heart, lungs and guts up. My merchant seaman grandad is revolving in his grave with shame. Won't be doing that again in a hurry, I'll be flying or driving through France next time.
It's turned a bit cold here in the evenings as winter approaches. Since our main form of heating is a log burner, we got our first load of wood in, a tonne of mixed orange and olive wood. Cost 150 euros delivered, don't know how that stacks up with UK prices. Me and her indoors spent three days shifting it in buckets down four flights of steps from the drive where it was tipped to the underbuild where we stored it in the dry. Our legs are now officially jelly.
Hope to be back early in the New Year to take in another match, in the meantime, all you miserable coños take care of yourselves!
[Post edited 8 Nov 17:58]


The Bay of Biscay can be a real nightmare and I know what you mean. We went on a 7 day cruise to celebrate my parents wedding anniversary to Northern Spain and Portugal on one of the huge liners. To say it was rough was an under statement, vomit, smell of disinfectant everywhere, restaurants and bars deserted, it was so bad some of the crew were ill. My parents were affected as was my wife and youngest, but me and the eldest were fine and it was quite funny watching people lurching from side to side and being unwell. The ship was huge, nearly 300m long and well over 100,000 tonnes, it was fitted with stabilisers but it was still tossed around like a dinghy.

The drive from Spain through France and back to Wales is a fair spin, from where you are to a channel port I reckon it would be at least 18 to 19 hours solid driving and that would depend on the route with the quickest being the toll roads, but they can be pricey. Hotels though can be pre booked cheap as chips. It may be cold with you, but it’s currently hammering down over here and the wind is blowing a gale, so chuck another log on the fire, crack open a beer and enjoy.
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Quiet on 19:26 - Nov 8 with 347 viewsBrynCartwright

Quiet on 17:55 - Nov 8 by Pegojack

Hello Builthy, what's occurring?

OK, I'll post something.

I thoroughy enjoyed my nine days' holiday back in Blighty at the end of October, particularly my two visits back to the Liberty to see the wins against Blackburn and Reading. Brought a nostalgic tear to my eye, driving from Hereford to Swansea over the autumnal Brecon Beacons on Tuesday afternoon. And hasn't a sit down fish supper in Rossis gone expensive beyond, eh?
We brought the car over to load up with British essential supplies like baked beans, tinned rice pudding, bran flakes, paracetemol and Ronseal woodstain!
We choose the Santander/Portsmouth route to avoid driving all through France. Coming over was OK, but the return journey was a bit rough through the Bay of Biscay and I threw my heart, lungs and guts up. My merchant seaman grandad is revolving in his grave with shame. Won't be doing that again in a hurry, I'll be flying or driving through France next time.
It's turned a bit cold here in the evenings as winter approaches. Since our main form of heating is a log burner, we got our first load of wood in, a tonne of mixed orange and olive wood. Cost 150 euros delivered, don't know how that stacks up with UK prices. Me and her indoors spent three days shifting it in buckets down four flights of steps from the drive where it was tipped to the underbuild where we stored it in the dry. Our legs are now officially jelly.
Hope to be back early in the New Year to take in another match, in the meantime, all you miserable coños take care of yourselves!
[Post edited 8 Nov 17:58]


Orange and olive wood! Makes a change from old fashioned oak, elm etc. Exotic smelling?

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Quiet on 19:47 - Nov 8 with 322 viewspencoedjack

Quiet on 17:55 - Nov 8 by Pegojack

Hello Builthy, what's occurring?

OK, I'll post something.

I thoroughy enjoyed my nine days' holiday back in Blighty at the end of October, particularly my two visits back to the Liberty to see the wins against Blackburn and Reading. Brought a nostalgic tear to my eye, driving from Hereford to Swansea over the autumnal Brecon Beacons on Tuesday afternoon. And hasn't a sit down fish supper in Rossis gone expensive beyond, eh?
We brought the car over to load up with British essential supplies like baked beans, tinned rice pudding, bran flakes, paracetemol and Ronseal woodstain!
We choose the Santander/Portsmouth route to avoid driving all through France. Coming over was OK, but the return journey was a bit rough through the Bay of Biscay and I threw my heart, lungs and guts up. My merchant seaman grandad is revolving in his grave with shame. Won't be doing that again in a hurry, I'll be flying or driving through France next time.
It's turned a bit cold here in the evenings as winter approaches. Since our main form of heating is a log burner, we got our first load of wood in, a tonne of mixed orange and olive wood. Cost 150 euros delivered, don't know how that stacks up with UK prices. Me and her indoors spent three days shifting it in buckets down four flights of steps from the drive where it was tipped to the underbuild where we stored it in the dry. Our legs are now officially jelly.
Hope to be back early in the New Year to take in another match, in the meantime, all you miserable coños take care of yourselves!
[Post edited 8 Nov 17:58]


Sounds like an idillic life HJ.

I pay £100 a tonne for logs from a bloke in Maesteg, think Spain may be out of his delivery range 👍

Enjoy
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Quiet on 19:49 - Nov 8 with 318 viewspencoedjack

Quiet on 09:31 - Nov 8 by MrSwerve

I don’t really bother posting except for match days anymore, I think that’s the case for many now, unfortunately.

Between Monday and Friday the site is full of children and their petty internet squabbles, the good posts have been saturated to the point that many threads are repetitive and boring, with no proper debate.

It’s a shame, many of the old, good posters have left the site.


Shame Mr Swerve you are one of the most knowledgeable football posters on here.

Just ignore those who just post to be controversial
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Quiet on 21:10 - Nov 8 with 291 viewsPegojack

Quiet on 19:26 - Nov 8 by BrynCartwright

Orange and olive wood! Makes a change from old fashioned oak, elm etc. Exotic smelling?


No Bryn, no smell I've noticed. The orange wood is quite light in colour and goes up like a Roman candle, the olive is denser and a slower burner. Bloody lovely on a cold night, watching the blaze.
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Quiet on 21:22 - Nov 8 with 277 viewsbuilthjack

Quiet on 17:55 - Nov 8 by Pegojack

Hello Builthy, what's occurring?

OK, I'll post something.

I thoroughy enjoyed my nine days' holiday back in Blighty at the end of October, particularly my two visits back to the Liberty to see the wins against Blackburn and Reading. Brought a nostalgic tear to my eye, driving from Hereford to Swansea over the autumnal Brecon Beacons on Tuesday afternoon. And hasn't a sit down fish supper in Rossis gone expensive beyond, eh?
We brought the car over to load up with British essential supplies like baked beans, tinned rice pudding, bran flakes, paracetemol and Ronseal woodstain!
We choose the Santander/Portsmouth route to avoid driving all through France. Coming over was OK, but the return journey was a bit rough through the Bay of Biscay and I threw my heart, lungs and guts up. My merchant seaman grandad is revolving in his grave with shame. Won't be doing that again in a hurry, I'll be flying or driving through France next time.
It's turned a bit cold here in the evenings as winter approaches. Since our main form of heating is a log burner, we got our first load of wood in, a tonne of mixed orange and olive wood. Cost 150 euros delivered, don't know how that stacks up with UK prices. Me and her indoors spent three days shifting it in buckets down four flights of steps from the drive where it was tipped to the underbuild where we stored it in the dry. Our legs are now officially jelly.
Hope to be back early in the New Year to take in another match, in the meantime, all you miserable coños take care of yourselves!
[Post edited 8 Nov 17:58]


Hope you are enjoying life. Hope you filled the car up with beans and you are now farting well again. Should have gone to Penalunas for your fish and chips.
Logs around here are are £60 a tonne, there's lots of farmers selling them now, so a bit of competition. I have chainsawed and split 6 tonnes ready for winter, so got plenty stacked up.
Make sure you get back for a few games New Year's Day at Reading perhaps.
Adios amigo.

Poll: When will the new Manager be announced?

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Quiet on 21:28 - Nov 8 with 269 viewsplasjack

Quiet on 21:22 - Nov 8 by builthjack

Hope you are enjoying life. Hope you filled the car up with beans and you are now farting well again. Should have gone to Penalunas for your fish and chips.
Logs around here are are £60 a tonne, there's lots of farmers selling them now, so a bit of competition. I have chainsawed and split 6 tonnes ready for winter, so got plenty stacked up.
Make sure you get back for a few games New Year's Day at Reading perhaps.
Adios amigo.


Why not use Welsh anthracite coal, more heat less smoke for your neighbours.
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Quiet on 21:51 - Nov 8 with 247 viewsFlashberryjack

Quiet on 21:28 - Nov 8 by plasjack

Why not use Welsh anthracite coal, more heat less smoke for your neighbours.


Maybe it's only a wood burner.

I wish I had a mate like Neath_Jack.

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Quiet on 21:54 - Nov 8 with 237 viewsMuteswan

Quiet on 21:28 - Nov 8 by plasjack

Why not use Welsh anthracite coal, more heat less smoke for your neighbours.


Would the coal man deliver that , so far away?
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Quiet on 21:55 - Nov 8 with 233 viewsbuilthjack

Quiet on 21:51 - Nov 8 by Flashberryjack

Maybe it's only a wood burner.


it is

Poll: When will the new Manager be announced?

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Quiet on 22:01 - Nov 8 with 220 viewsplasjack

Quiet on 21:54 - Nov 8 by Muteswan

Would the coal man deliver that , so far away?


Builth Wells/.
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Quiet on 22:03 - Nov 8 with 211 viewsMuteswan

Quiet on 22:01 - Nov 8 by plasjack

Builth Wells/.


Pego. 🙄
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