Good things (that restore your faith in humanity)


#1

#2

Sorry, your OP doesn’t really do it for me.


#3

Wouldn’t have been my choice of movie…


#4

Islington council,who gave up there own xmas party to fund one for elderly residents.


#5

This brought a tear to my eye this morning…


#6

Fans are trying to get it nominated for Premiership goal of the month.


#7

I hope it happens. The little fella has such a happy face considering all he’s going through.


#8

#9

Fantastic!


#10

This is a good news story.

I do find the ill informed bs we’ve been spoonfed by Western media (few of whose reporters were actually even there) for the past 5 years or so somewhat depressing. They had a particular narrative they had to get across regardless of what was actually happening over there.


#11

#12

Aye, but did he check his pockets afterwards?


#13

:poop:
Either I have missed something in the translation or you are a member of the South Yorkshire Police. I’m not particularly convinced you are that funny here though.

:disappointed:


#14

hhmmm …not nice…


#15

agree :+1:


#16

Apologies. I agree. Just that I had a nasty experience in Liverpool many moons ago. Please accept my humblest apologies - it was, indeed, a crass comment and well out of order.


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#18

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/38549555?client=ms-android-orange-gb


#19

This as an exemplar of how Sting, Bono and James Morrison’s records might be best dealt with. Interesting read too.


#20

Further to my groveling apology for being a right cunt (and thanks to all of you who accepted it) the crowd at the match last night - both 'pool and Plymouth - showed more greatness than I ever could when they ALL joined together for a minutes applause for the son of the Plymouth supporter who died. I was listening on the radio and felt ashamed !.
In future I will try my very best to engage brain before potty-mouth