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(Mirror.co.uk)   What do you do if you're an English fan and England just lost to Uruguay at the World Cup? C) Attack a fellow English fan and bite his ear off while scream racist taunts at him (Warning: Graphic content)   (mirror.co.uk) divider line 18
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2014-06-28 08:57:17 PM
Looks like this World Cup is making everyone a little bitey.
 
2014-06-28 09:51:37 PM
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You, alright! I learned it from watching you!
 
2014-06-28 09:53:51 PM
Wow, dude. Try some decaf.
 
2014-06-28 09:54:57 PM
See?  Everyone does it.

But I'm the only one who gets punished.
 
2014-06-28 09:55:54 PM
The dude looked pretty happy for just getting his earlobe bitten off.
 
2014-06-28 10:26:50 PM
HA! The jokes on you. Here in America the fan would have been beaten into a coma if not killed outright.
 
2014-06-28 10:46:31 PM
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I believe this makes a "biting" trifecta.
 
2014-06-28 11:21:41 PM
So he's being punished for cheering for England but he's not a real "Englishman". Is the biter the English version of Ann Coulter?
 
2014-06-28 11:29:54 PM
Dude..... Its chew the FAT.... How many times do I have to tell you?
 
2014-06-29 12:02:48 AM

Luis Suarez: See?  Everyone does it.

But I'm the only one who gets punished.


Does what?  You just fell into his shoulder, right?
 
2014-06-29 01:04:48 AM
Europe is in some weird perpetual Jackie Robinson era.
 
2014-06-29 01:32:58 AM
I ain't tryna to hear this.
 
2014-06-29 03:30:44 AM
Most of his ear seemed to be still there, leaving disappointed.
 
2014-06-29 08:44:35 AM
"He told me the guy called him a 'black ****' and said something like, 'you shouldn't be supporting England'.
Well that much is true. Nobody should be supporting England. They have no national team, no winning style. At least not since Bobby Charlton. The game has left them behind in the hands of the world. The old guard still worships the blatant, the bold, the enduring and straightforward warrior. Today's game rewards the innovative, the deft, the noetic dance of savage undisciplined revolutionaries. 
The BPL remain a great competitive club league, but all the BPL stars earn their caps for another nation. Perhaps someday the Brits will learn from their invited and celebrated guests they watch each week. But they have not yet. They still play soccer like King George's troops. Strictly in formation, proudly in red uniform. Targets being picked off and beaten by those they insist are afraid to face them. They remain mired, glorifying their own pain while jealously denying the rude successes of a seemingly still unrecognized American side. 
/too soon?
 
2014-06-29 09:19:38 AM

Ablejack: "He told me the guy called him a 'black ****' and said something like, 'you shouldn't be supporting England'.
Well that much is true. Nobody should be supporting England. They have no national team, no winning style. At least not since Bobby Charlton. The game has left them behind in the hands of the world. The old guard still worships the blatant, the bold, the enduring and straightforward warrior. Today's game rewards the innovative, the deft, the noetic dance of savage undisciplined revolutionaries.
The BPL remain a great competitive club league, but all the BPL stars earn their caps for another nation. Perhaps someday the Brits will learn from their invited and celebrated guests they watch each week. But they have not yet. They still play soccer like King George's troops. Strictly in formation, proudly in red uniform. Targets being picked off and beaten by those they insist are afraid to face them. They remain mired, glorifying their own pain while jealously denying the rude successes of a seemingly still unrecognized American side.
/too soon?


You used a lot of words when three will do.

England are shiat.
 
2014-06-29 10:20:40 AM

iron de havilland: Ablejack: "He told me the guy called him a 'black ****' and said something like, 'you shouldn't be supporting England'.
Well that much is true. Nobody should be supporting England. They have no national team, no winning style. At least not since Bobby Charlton. The game has left them behind in the hands of the world. The old guard still worships the blatant, the bold, the enduring and straightforward warrior. Today's game rewards the innovative, the deft, the noetic dance of savage undisciplined revolutionaries.
The BPL remain a great competitive club league, but all the BPL stars earn their caps for another nation. Perhaps someday the Brits will learn from their invited and celebrated guests they watch each week. But they have not yet. They still play soccer like King George's troops. Strictly in formation, proudly in red uniform. Targets being picked off and beaten by those they insist are afraid to face them. They remain mired, glorifying their own pain while jealously denying the rude successes of a seemingly still unrecognized American side.
/too soon?

You used a lot of words when three will do.

England are shiat.


Ha-ha! You're right. I suppose once in a while I just feel like writing. I hope at least you got a kick out of my tiki-toka rambling, as I did with your distilled brevity.
 
2014-06-29 11:50:10 AM

Ablejack: iron de havilland: Ablejack: "He told me the guy called him a 'black ****' and said something like, 'you shouldn't be supporting England'.
Well that much is true. Nobody should be supporting England. They have no national team, no winning style. At least not since Bobby Charlton. The game has left them behind in the hands of the world. The old guard still worships the blatant, the bold, the enduring and straightforward warrior. Today's game rewards the innovative, the deft, the noetic dance of savage undisciplined revolutionaries.
The BPL remain a great competitive club league, but all the BPL stars earn their caps for another nation. Perhaps someday the Brits will learn from their invited and celebrated guests they watch each week. But they have not yet. They still play soccer like King George's troops. Strictly in formation, proudly in red uniform. Targets being picked off and beaten by those they insist are afraid to face them. They remain mired, glorifying their own pain while jealously denying the rude successes of a seemingly still unrecognized American side.
/too soon?

You used a lot of words when three will do.

England are shiat.

Ha-ha! You're right. I suppose once in a while I just feel like writing. I hope at least you got a kick out of my tiki-toka rambling, as I did with your distilled brevity.


Ablejack: iron de havilland: Ablejack: "He told me the guy called him a 'black ****' and said something like, 'you shouldn't be supporting England'.
Well that much is true. Nobody should be supporting England. They have no national team, no winning style. At least not since Bobby Charlton. The game has left them behind in the hands of the world. The old guard still worships the blatant, the bold, the enduring and straightforward warrior. Today's game rewards the innovative, the deft, the noetic dance of savage undisciplined revolutionaries.
The BPL remain a great competitive club league, but all the BPL stars earn their caps for another nation. Perhaps someday the Brits will learn from their invited and celebrated guests they watch each week. But they have not yet. They still play soccer like King George's troops. Strictly in formation, proudly in red uniform. Targets being picked off and beaten by those they insist are afraid to face them. They remain mired, glorifying their own pain while jealously denying the rude successes of a seemingly still unrecognized American side.
/too soon?

You used a lot of words when three will do.

England are shiat.

Ha-ha! You're right. I suppose once in a while I just feel like writing. I hope at least you got a kick out of my tiki-toka rambling, as I did with your distilled brevity.


I do like Laconic responses.
 
2014-06-30 05:16:44 AM
He had to do it. Keeping up with Suarez.
 
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