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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by Seb, May 4, 2017.
There is a lack of 100 horror threads
It's already much better to read as we don't have to wade through pages of that boring repetitive back and forth he had going on.
Is it just me or does this forum smell less awful than when Neil was here?
Neil still appears to be the main topic of conversation around here despite the fact that he's gone.
I see your point. Though this forum is dedicated to talking about past members and how terrible they all were, so it makes sense really.
Such an angry woman!
Currently stuffing my face with bourbons...looooovley...
End of a horrible week.
I can't remember much about Jam Shambles. What was she angry about?
Thanks for letting me know all these weeks later!
I think you would know her as "Jo tordfc"? And I dunno, everything I guess. Some people just like to kick off.
Yeah when @Pendo wrote that twitter thing she was going mental on there at randoms.
Currently just about to catch up on the latest episode of Murder in the Outback: the Falconio and Lees Mystery.
Yeah and @Pendo denied it. Also why hasn't his account been deleted like he demanded? Whiney little cock with a massive ego. What do they do to these TORDFC people to make them so unpleasant? Some kind of brutal hazing?
Because "I want" should "never get."
Well that's an uncharacteristically detailed post. Don't you mean "Currently just about to catch up on the latest episode of something."?
Why so shocked?
"I can assure you," said I, "that it will take a very tangible ghost to frighten me."
That reminds me, didn't someone in chat once show us that he has an entire twitter thread dedicated to whining about his neighbours and recording their arguments? What a petty little bitch
Should've let him experience some of my old neighbours for a day or two. They would soon make him cry.
Currently considering whether or not to watch the last part of Murder in the Outback: the Falconio and Lees Mystery tonight or leave it till tomorrow. Anyone else been watching this by the way?