Seriously what is going on in this World at the moment, you just cannot move for people arched looking at that silly piece of tech.
People just don't 'communicate' anymore, it's really sad. At what point does this level out and people start rebelling? All the kids now are scared of their own shadow, they're growing up without the ability to socialise in the true sense.
There's nothing wrong with technology in moderation but things are getting out of hand for me. It's all too easy now.
Outstanding talent, no question. I loved him as a footballer, but for me he become too totemic. You could almost see the collective malaise that descended when he wasn't available. I believe we became too focused around him and lost sight of the Swansea way in many ways.
I'm not convinced that Clement will unleash a wave of beautiful offensive passing football, which is what I prefer but I'm happy to see him mold a team that is in his image and for me losing Gylfi may actually work to our benefit. I'm not necessarily saying this in the short term, but going forward. 40m quid was a lovely wedge for us and I'm truly thankful to him for his talent and his class.
I'm optimistic for our future, I just feel we need to rekindle that magic and start believing again. Not aiming for 40 points bs and start aspiring to better things and that includes extending the stadium, I want to go to Newcastle game but I can't - it's ridiculous how small our stadium is for a club that should be looking to move up to the next stage.
I know it's a controversial point, but they do my absolute swede in.
Whenever there's a rugby match on, like the Lions they just get completely wasted and are constantly looking for trouble.
It doesn't matter where you go the same crap occurs, you can be just enjoying a nice pint with friends and before you know it something is tipped over you, they shove you out the way or some more physical/verbal crap.
Pig sick of them ruining my nights out, always been the same way. If they don't pull some slag they want to beat the sh1t out of somebody.
Well done to St Jeremy of Corbyn, he pulled off a tremendous British style defeat.
Was hoping he'd gain one or two more seats so that we could get rid of Theresa May but there we are it's better than what I was expecting a 50+ majority for the hard brexit.
The negative is that Corbyn will stay in now and that's not good for labour or for the Country. I keep hoping for a Macron style movement in this Country to be pro business, pro EU, pro liberalism but so far it doesn't appear anyone has the balls for it.