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6 minutes ago, Romey 1878 said:

Heads gone here. 

Im just off to a darkened room to rock myself while I say “it’s a batch” over and over. 

Batches are hard on top, that’s clearly a barm. You do need a lie down, you’re delusional!

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2 hours ago, Paddock said:

Fucking wools- it’s a barm cake if it’s soft and a cristy roll if it’s semi soft snd a cob if it’s chewy. Fucks the matter with you sll :P

I always thought that barm cake was a Manchester phrase for a bap, or am I getting misinformation from Coronation Street. 

 

3 minutes ago, Romey 1878 said:

After reading the latest installments in the Gana thread that doesn’t even wind me up now :( 

I know were your coming from it’s got very toxic and not really about the player. 

What do you do if people don’t like each other they will fight in a thread that isn’t closed😒

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12 minutes ago, Romey 1878 said:

Back on topic (for fear I'll have a mental breakdown) - Coleman's tongue is definitely too big for his mouth.

I always thought the dentist left those cotton rolls in his mouth...

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31 minutes ago, StevO said:

It’s a barm, sorry Mark, you’re wrong. 

batch
/batʃ/
noun
  1. 1. 
    a quantity or consignment of goods produced at one time.
     
    also, Seamus is a top bloke. 

You're not though. You're a very bad man.

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9 hours ago, Romey 1878 said:

You're not though. You're a very bad man.

I’m not sorry, you’re right haha

I’m about to cook a couple of burgers, bought some barms on the way home. 

Sorry mate 😂

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On 13/11/2018 at 21:15, Paddock said:

Fucking wools- it’s a barm cake if it’s soft and a cristy roll if it’s semi soft snd a cob if it’s chewy. Fucks the matter with you sll :P

A barm cake? Since when did bread become a cake.

My Mums a scouser and she calls them barms like but a barm cake FFS you fruit 

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You see a woman with an outstanding chest, you say to your mates " look at the Baps on her"  nobody says look at the Barms on her.  Its not a Barm or a Batch, its a Bap 

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22 minutes ago, Bill said:

You see a woman with an outstanding chest, you say to your mates " look at the Baps on her"  nobody says look at the Barms on her.  Its not a Barm or a Batch, its a Bap 

I prefer breasticles

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4 hours ago, London Blue said:

Al Bundy?

It's  Irish, my wife still calls them that after 31 years of living on the Wirral !

Thought a few other would have picked up on it though.

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1 hour ago, Romey 1878 said:

You do not want to know. If you knew what disgusting behaviour you’re actually reading here you’d be scarred for life. 

😂😀😀

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23 hours ago, MC11 said:

A barm cake? Since when did bread become a cake.

My Mums a scouser and she calls them barms like but a barm cake FFS you fruit 

You do know barm is short for barm cake right?

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On 19/11/2018 at 23:58, MC11 said:

A barm cake? Since when did bread become a cake.

My Mums a scouser and she calls them barms like but a barm cake FFS you fruit 

No idea you know but that’s what they are called.

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27 minutes ago, Romey 1878 said:

Very sad watching him last night.

A opposition player just needs to stop - stand him and nudge it 10 yards to the left to get the space to cross it.

He looks so unbalanced. He doesn't look like he wants to cross the ball. 

It happens to the best of full backs... when they lose a yard of acceleration the become a risk. Seen it with Gary Neville and Ashley Cole.

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I'd hate to see him lose his spot, but it's looking more likely that he'll never be back to his old form. Hopefully we're as successful in finding a replacement for him as we were with Baines.

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I actually thought he did OK from where I was sat, but that was to the right in Lower Gwlad so I didn't really see a lot of him close up other than second half defending.

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26 minutes ago, MikeO said:

I actually thought he did OK from where I was sat, but that was to the right in Lower Gwlad so I didn't really see a lot of him close up other than second half defending.

He did a lot of running and worked hard but the quality wasn’t there. I’ve been hoping that he’d improve but he seems to be stagnating unfortunately 

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Coleman, Lookman and Gana was a shit show of a trio. Lookman cuts in and Coleman is too slow to run into the space and Gana too thick/scared of the ball to show for the ball or run into the gap. 

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He definitely missed Walcott doing a lot of his work and giving him protection, I wouldn’t play Lookman again whilst Coleman is the way he is, there was a distinct lack of chemistry between them, and Lookman doesn’t want to do much of the dirty work and Coleman needs him to, most of Newcastle’s breaks were down there side. 

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