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(Yahoo)   Bad: losing your keys. Worse: you're a police officer. Fark: the keys are to Wembley Stadium   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line 15
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2012-07-30 09:08:35 PM  
I suppose we'll have to hold the finals in Hampden instead. Where they belong.
 
2012-07-30 09:15:00 PM  
This is what Romney was saying: these people haven't managed to put together a decent meal in 800 years, how in the hell are they going to manage an Olympics?
 
2012-07-30 09:17:37 PM  

Gordon Bennett: I suppose we'll have to hold the finals in Hampden instead. Where they belong.


Frankly, it's bizarre that they aren't playing all the football matches in the London area. There's what, a dozen top flight stadiums in the ara. It isn't the World Cup.
 
2012-07-30 09:20:03 PM  
As long as they weren't Queen Elizabeth's keys.
 
2012-07-30 09:43:23 PM  

TeamEd: Gordon Bennett: I suppose we'll have to hold the finals in Hampden instead. Where they belong.

Frankly, it's bizarre that they aren't playing all the football matches in the London area. There's what, a dozen top flight stadiums in the ara. It isn't the World Cup.


Roll Tide?
 
2012-07-30 09:47:34 PM  
They definitely tried to blame this on the security contractors yesterday. The security company has done some pretty shady stuff, but I thought that was pretty low.
 
2012-07-30 09:53:32 PM  
Benny Hill salute.
 
2012-07-30 10:16:06 PM  

finaboy: TeamEd: Gordon Bennett: I suppose we'll have to hold the finals in Hampden instead. Where they belong.

Frankly, it's bizarre that they aren't playing all the football matches in the London area. There's what, a dozen top flight stadiums in the ara. It isn't the World Cup.

Roll Tide?


roll tide
 
2012-07-31 03:08:53 AM  
How can there only be one set of keys?
 
2012-07-31 04:21:30 AM  

Lunchlady: How can there only be one set of keys?


There simply cant be just one set of keys.

It is just not possible.
 
2012-07-31 06:33:00 PM  

TeamEd: Gordon Bennett: I suppose we'll have to hold the finals in Hampden instead. Where they belong.

Frankly, it's bizarre that they aren't playing all the football matches in the London area. There's what, a dozen top flight stadiums in the ara. It isn't the World Cup.


Of the top ten football stadiums for capacity in England only three are in London. The list is Wembly, Old Trafford, Emirates, Sports Direct Arena, Stadium of Light, City of Manchester, Anfield, Villa Park, Stamford Bridge and Goodison. Twickenham stadium is just behind Wembly but is an utter arse to get to and the good people who live in the area don't like the working class football fans.

Each of the stadiums had to submit bids to host games. I think they have made some good choices as the atmosphere for most of the games has been good.
 
2012-07-31 06:42:17 PM  

Norfolking Chance: TeamEd: Gordon Bennett: I suppose we'll have to hold the finals in Hampden instead. Where they belong.

Frankly, it's bizarre that they aren't playing all the football matches in the London area. There's what, a dozen top flight stadiums in the ara. It isn't the World Cup.

Of the top ten football stadiums for capacity in England only three are in London. The list is Wembly, Old Trafford, Emirates, Sports Direct Arena St. James Park, Stadium of Light, City of Manchester, Anfield, Villa Park, Stamford Bridge and Goodison. Twickenham stadium is just behind Wembly but is an utter arse to get to and the good people who live in the area don't like the working class football fans.

Each of the stadiums had to submit bids to host games. I think they have made some good choices as the atmosphere for most of the games has been good.


FTFY

Shouldn't have had to
 
2012-07-31 06:57:09 PM  

Lunchlady: Norfolking Chance: TeamEd: Gordon Bennett: I suppose we'll have to hold the finals in Hampden instead. Where they belong.

Frankly, it's bizarre that they aren't playing all the football matches in the London area. There's what, a dozen top flight stadiums in the ara. It isn't the World Cup.

Of the top ten football stadiums for capacity in England only three are in London. The list is Wembly, Old Trafford, Emirates, Sports Direct Arena St. James Park Sports Direct Arena, Stadium of Light, City of Manchester, Anfield, Villa Park, Stamford Bridge and Goodison. Twickenham stadium is just behind Wembly but is an utter arse to get to and the good people who live in the area don't like the working class football fans.

Each of the stadiums had to submit bids to host games. I think they have made some good choices as the atmosphere for most of the games has been good.

FTFY

Shouldn't have had to


Fixed it back again. Sign above the door says Sports Direct Arena. From the official website

The sixth largest football stadium in the United Kingdom with a football spectator capacity of 52,387. Located in the centre of Newcastle, its white cantilever roof is visible across the city, and is the largest cantilever in Europe.

Besides club football, Sports Direct Arena has also been used for international football, will be used as a football venue for the 2012 Olympics, and will also be used as a rugby venue for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. In addition to professional football, the stadium has hosted charity football events and rock concerts, and been used as a set for film and reality television.


/You let the fat barsteward buy the club
//Live with it
///Would be funny going to Delia Smith's How to Cook Arena
 
2012-07-31 07:12:44 PM  

Norfolking Chance: Lunchlady: Norfolking Chance: TeamEd: Gordon Bennett: I suppose we'll have to hold the finals in Hampden instead. Where they belong.

Frankly, it's bizarre that they aren't playing all the football matches in the London area. There's what, a dozen top flight stadiums in the ara. It isn't the World Cup.

Of the top ten football stadiums for capacity in England only three are in London. The list is Wembly, Old Trafford, Emirates, Sports Direct Arena St. James Park Sports Direct Arena, Stadium of Light, City of Manchester, Anfield, Villa Park, Stamford Bridge and Goodison. Twickenham stadium is just behind Wembly but is an utter arse to get to and the good people who live in the area don't like the working class football fans.

Each of the stadiums had to submit bids to host games. I think they have made some good choices as the atmosphere for most of the games has been good.

FTFY

Shouldn't have had to

Fixed it back again. Sign above the door says Sports Direct Arena. From the official website

The sixth largest football stadium in the United Kingdom with a football spectator capacity of 52,387. Located in the centre of Newcastle, its white cantilever roof is visible across the city, and is the largest cantilever in Europe.

Besides club football, Sports Direct Arena has also been used for international football, will be used as a football venue for the 2012 Olympics, and will also be used as a rugby venue for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. In addition to professional football, the stadium has hosted charity football events and rock concerts, and been used as a set for film and reality television.

/You let the fat barsteward buy the club
//Live with it
///Would be funny going to Delia Smith's How to Cook Arena


I understand what the official name is, I'm not a putz. You don't rename Fenway Park and call it Bank of America at Fenway.
 
2012-08-01 02:24:07 PM  
Is this the British equivalent to the scene in Blazing Saddles?

"Someone's gonna have to go back and get a shiatload of dimes!"
 
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