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    What goes on in the bedroom should remain in the bedroom.

    The world has gone bananas at the moment.

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    Never picked the little lady up, walked down the hall and rogered her under the high hat, LT?

    Thought you was a rocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    I suppose it does give sanctimonious virtue singallers like Baldrick a platform to show to the world how inclusive they are without having to actually move their lazy ass from the keyboard and actually do something. Sort of like a Landreth without graphs.

    Solidarity brother!!! (or sister).
    And some of these virtue signallers are also the biggest gay innuendo merchants on this site at the same time.

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    Are people/players that are not gay allowed to celebrate their hetero-ness, with a game week celebrating those humans that create people and populate the world?

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    Why are so many of you so scared of a rainbow?

    I thought you were big, manly men?

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    Its not a pot of gold you'll find at the end of it Armstrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    Its not a pot of gold you'll find at the end of it Armstrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Are people/players that are not gay allowed to celebrate their hetero-ness, with a game week celebrating those humans that create people and populate the world?
    Yes that's right, the real victims in this *Checks* overwhelmingly heterosexual society, culture and world are *Checks* heterosexual people. Let's make another day/week/month/year all about them.

    Anyways, if your religion precludes you from playing a professional sport because of your views on gays then you probably need to get a new religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    ^Yeah you're right, they should have ran it past Des before the players ever got to know about it. I think he would have known what was coming and said "bad idea" from the get-go.

    Anyway this debacle has guaranteed Manly will lose tonight's game which they need to win to get into the top 8, they're going to get towelled up badly with 7 of their usual starting 13 sitting it out. What's also come to light is up to 5 of the best players from their Reserve grade team who were offered the chance to make their NRL debuts also said pass, fuck knows who half the team will be tonight.

    Getting back on topic...unsurprisingly Manly lost 20-10 last night, screwing any chances they had of getting into the 8.


    "The result puts the Roosters two points clear of Manly in the fight for the final spot in the top eight, with a far superior for-and-against.
    By the end of the round, it's possible the Sea Eagles could be as low as 11th on the ladder.
    Ultimately, Manly's pride remained intact. But their best shot at boosting their hopes of a top-eight finish was lost."

    https://www.xxx.xxx.xx/news/2022-07-...sult/101277622

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    why unsurprisingly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    why unsurprisingly?

    Well, it's either because The Gay is soft and weak and therefore influenced their game or "they're going to get towelled up badly with 7 of their usual starting 13 sitting it out."



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    ^ Ah well for those of us who don't follow the inferior game we'd not know, asking for the wider readership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    ^ Ah well for those of us who don't follow the inferior game we'd not know, asking for the wider readership.

    Try reading the thread.


    I don't think you need to know much about sport to know that if half of a team is suddenly unavailable, in any sport, then that team would find it difficult on the field.

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    ^ well when half the team spends most of the time bumping into the opponents every game, who's to know if the reason was that they weren't too bumped into? Its kind of ironic that a group of men who decide to touch each other every week get so vehemently upset over another group of men who decide to touch each other at every available opportunity - terribly confusing to the amateur league rules onlooker.

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    Yes, quite astute with observation youre making.


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    ^ Well why would a group of men, who clearly are too thick to understand union rules get so upset over a group the general public doing man on man touching, it is after all what they are paid to do. unless i'm missing something.

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    That's some weak assed trolling.

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    ^ But it isn't, it is genuine questions from a point of ignorance like you raise all over the board daily, yet here you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    I thought you were big, manly men?
    That was quite the pun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    from a point of ignorance
    That much is clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrWilly View Post
    Getting back on topic...unsurprisingly Manly lost 20-10 last night,
    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    why unsurprisingly?
    Well, the Roosters have come into form these past few weeks while Manly, even before this episode were sliding backwards due, in part, to the loss of Tom Trbojevic who won the award for the best NRL player in 2021.

    Three of the players who sat the game out (yes, they outed themselves ) where the right edge attack/defence.

    Centres/wingers need to combine defensively and that combination was lost last night, so it was no surprise that the first try by the Roosters was scored there.


    I thought Manly played with grit and determination ... you could say they played with a certain 'pride in the Jersey'

    For me, Daly Cherry-Evans was the Man of the Match in a losing side.
    Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    ..who clearly are too thick to understand union rules...
    Oh they'd understand the rules as well as anyone can in a game where there's a penalty every 10 fucking seconds, often for reasons none of the players and commentators understand or agree with, but when you've got the skills to catch/pass a ball 99% of the time and the fitness to play 80 minutes of a game that barely stops why would you waste that talent and conditioning by changing to a game where standing around watching someone take a shot at goal from the 20th penalty of the match or waiting for the ball to come out of a scrum that's been packed 3 times (before another penalty was blown) would bore you to death?

    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    I thought Manly played with grit and determination ...
    They did indeed but you're not going to draft 7 players from the minor grades into the 1st team in any sport and expect everyone to gel straight away. You could see the set-moves in attack and organization in defence not working as they would in a team that trains and plays together every week. They tried hard though and to see Bozo Fulton's Grandson make his 1st grade debut was fantastic, he can play!

    Anyway, that's the end of this bullshit for what I think will be some time now. I can see them doing anonymous polls among the players to get a gauge for how they'd feel about a gay pride round next season and the percentages against it for either religious or "nah fuck this shit, what next?" reasons will put a lid on it. What they won't be doing is setting a date without consulting the players and perhaps finding that the dozen or so players at Manly who chose not to play is typical numbers across all the teams, now that would be a disaster..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Anyway, that's the end of this bullshit for what I think will be some time now.
    The ABC commentators think that the entire league will have a Pride round next year.

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    ^See the last paragraph of my post above, I think that will largely depend on what players from all the clubs think about it. FWIW, if I was a player I'd be ok with it but I would also totally respect the opinions and actions of those who weren't.

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