Discussion in 'The Hornets' Nest - Watford Chat' started by Markoa$, Jul 26, 2020.
Not sure if serious, roaring with laughter at teams when they are in a sticky spot is one of the best things about football... And it's even better when they are a close rival like these whoppers.
If the roles were reversed Bournemouth fans would be ******* themselves laughing.
I hope they suffer as much as possible so we don't have to go up against them in the play-offs.
You really are bizarre.
I'm not sure football is for you.
Come on HH24. If being a football supporter isn't about throwing stones in glass houses, what is it about?
It's obviously not a derby game, like Luton (or Derby), but I think it's a fair to say a decent rivalry has blossomed over the past 6 years. Speaking to Bournemouth fans when we play them away, and they mostly feel the same
Trust me when I tell you that more people than just me find your ‘Confessions of a Window Cleaner/Carry-On’ nature a bit vile. Talking about how you like younger women, starting threads of a sexual nature about players having sex with your/our daughters...I could go on. Its pretty obvious what type of man you are so taking abuse from you really does not affect me because it’s pretty clear your moral compass is beyond repair. Relentlessly talking about ‘mental health’ as if you are any kind of sage individual on the subject. Trust me, if I was concerned about my mental health, I would not be taking any advice from you.
As I have said on another thread - people contributing lots or little to this forum is no indication on their social life or life in general. Some people want an escape from the outside world right now - others are working from home and have the forum open a few times a day etc to break up their day. And I’m sure there are many others who use it in many many different ways.
If someone posts 100 times in a day, or 1 time in 100 days - it’s none of your business and the conditions of their life that allow them to do that are none of your business either. I have a wife, I have a child, I have a job and I have many other wonderful things in my life. And I also happen to enjoy contributing to the forum as much as anyone does.
My post above was kept on topic when replying to your original point - it’s you once again who has steered it elsewhere. Yet it’s you who complains about ‘unprovoked personal abuse’. I thought by replying to you politely and on topic, we could get away from all this nonsense but it’s clear you don’t want to - so don’t reply to me and I won’t reply to you, simple.
Why do you keep biting?
Because I have a right to? You might think some of the nonsense he comes out with is ok, I don’t.
Yeah, do what you like, but if you keep feeding the troll, they'll keep coming back when they're hungry
It might be worth putting each other on your ignore lists.
Not sure why I should be putting him on ignore when my original reply to him was on topic. I have no issue with keeping it on topic at all going forward. I suspect he’s not capable though.
I’ve not put one person on ignore ever. Not gonna start with him.
Last time I’m gonna reference it.
Back on topic. The bookies are offering up some tasty odds in the Championship over the next two days.
Cardiff 3.50 @ Muff
Swanseas 2.10 home to Coventry
Millwall 2.80 @ The Scum
I dont want to ruin it by putting the Orns in @ 2.45
Near on 50/1 for these four.
It is just a suggestion at this point. If you both ignore each other you wont have to argue. Free to enjoy the forum without having to hear from each other
Wow Swansea is a great price
The 5/2 for Cardiff at Muff does seem good value.
It is. But Cardiff too. I can definitely see Cardiff carry on their good run there. I believe they would swap positions too.
Muff will not like Mick's direct style, I fancy they could win by 2 or 3 easily.
Can someone link these spicy sounding threads? This forum is rather dull in that regard and I could do with a frisson of excitement.
If he didn't pick Masina as the one to tongue punch his daughter's fartbox then I will be seriously questioning his sanity.
Cardiff will overtake Muff if they win.
That’s terrible but incredibly funny
Sounds like my ex.
Because he likes spamming up the forum with tedious and petty arguments.
I mean coming from yourself, this is quite the comment.
And of course you never reply to those who you feel say something unnecessary to you...do you?
Don't be chucking stuff about
QPR at 9/5 looks decent.
I've left them out solely on not knowing what PNE team will turn up. But agreed on the form they're in it's very tempting.
I have put a fiver on a Swansea Norwich Brentford treble again. Happy to lose.
I mostly agree, it is all a bit pathetic. However, because Muff are, in my view, quite similar to us in many ways, if I would was to pick a "rival" club, then it would be Muff and maybe even QPR before Luton, who havn't been on the same footballing planet as us for a generation.
I think people were just laughing at the ‘Bournemouth way’ comment which is fair enough. For a club who has spent the majority of their history in the lower leagues it’s very difficult to have a ‘way’ of playing. By definition if you’re in the lower leagues you’ve got **** players and will most likely play **** football, if not you won’t be in the lower leagues for long. EH elevated them above their natural level for a very brief period in their overall history, but it’s likely that will have been a temporary situation where they played better than average football compared to the other 100+ years.
We’re a bigger more successful club, but if any of us on here suggested there is a Watford way of playing they’d rightly get ripped to shreds by the rest of us, in fact if you flip it on its head, we don’t like being labelled a long ball team just because that’s what we were known for for a very brief period in our overall history.
Apologies if this has been posted but Rico Henry is out for a minimum of two months for Brentford.
Big blow for them.
Big blow. I don't think they have any other left backs as they loaned out Dominic Thompson to Swindon in January. If Toney is only out for three or four games then Henry's injury is definitely more significant - those two are probably their two best players (along with Dasilva).
Almost as big of a blow as hiring Jonathan Woodgate as manager...