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  1. When you and Bluedell got married which one of you was the bride? To be fair I'm sure you both look good in blue, everyone does.
    8 points
  2. In opinion, this one was perfect. It just looks like a proper kilt. The new one is just way to bright and blue for many people to wear at a wedding.
    5 points
  3. Fortunately, I'm only aware of one club. So long as Rangers weather the storm in one piece.
    4 points
  4. True. I grew up 10 minutes from Ardrossan, and can verify that naecunt fae Ayrshire swears.
    4 points
  5. These set the kilt off nicely too.
    2 points
  6. They got married in the Mens' Union, G12.
    2 points
  7. Our marketing team seem quite full on these days and if people want to buy it and it makes the club money, particularly during the lockdown(s), then it's worthwhile. Cannae beat a lassie in a mini-kilt either. 😀
    2 points
  8. Exactly this. At what point does democracy become undemocratic when all you do is refuse to accept a democratic vote and want another one immediately - maybe it is just my simpleton mind, but that doesnt seem very democratic to me "yes, we gave you a democratic vote, you voted what way ? Nah, don't like that, we need to vote again until you vote the way we want you to" Doesnt sound very democratic to me.
    2 points
  9. Did you know, bbc children in need, is nothing to do with the BBC? Separate entity altogether with plenty very highly remunerated executives. Everything online will tell you it's a bbc organisation but there's a good expose on YouTube that lifts the lid on this blatant lie and tells you about all the wokey parasites making a fortune from the deception. Would have posted link but just came across the video at random a couple of weeks ago and can't recall details.
    1 point
  10. Agree but my worry is that ALL CLUBS could be in a similar vein in the not too distant future.
    1 point
  11. Has of look of Morticia Adams about her.
    1 point
  12. It isn't though is it. It is a tough negotiation that everybody but Remainers it seems knew would occur. The EU technocrats started from the position of wanting to teach Britain a lesson and haven't moved much from there. They can take their portion of the blame for the glacial negotiations even if in Remainers eyes the faults all lie with Britain, not the Utopian EU.
    1 point
  13. This was never one of the biggest issue, but has been made to be by Ireland, The EU and Remainers. Nothing in the Brexit bills put before parliament breaks the GFA, this is clear and has been called out many times, but it keeps being dug up by Remainers in the hope that the US will try to intervene. I can point you towards a number of articles that debunk this last Remainer straw.
    1 point
  14. The original one was the nicest and I'm not sure why they need yet another one.
    1 point
  15. There you go again the will of the people only matters if they agree with you. The condescending, moral superiority complex, holier than thou attitude you're displaying in this thread is the very reason Remain lost the vote in the first place. A total failure to understand that the man in street isn't a xenophobic bigot simply because his opinion differs from yours rather than the fact that he thinks nobody's listening to his genuinely held concerns. It's all too reminiscent of Gordon Brown's bigotgate microphone gaff where he thought the woman was a bigot s
    1 point
  16. I’m sure his finger slipped or some bullshit 🙄
    1 point
  17. And in true Leigh Griffiths fashion he celebrates by liking a picture of the the yahoos posted that was of Lafferty crying and the caption "the only way tonight could have been any better". True scumbag behaviour given Lafferty only just lost his sister last week. A club like no other indeed. Griffiths really is the scum of the earth
    1 point
  18. Cameron and May were Remainers. Johnson is a nothing, in Brexit terms. Politicians don't want Brexit.
    1 point
  19. Our Brexit hurts them far more than trying to retain us. I'm surprised that you don't see that. And when former PM's (Blair & Major) are talking to the EU and openly campaigning for a reversal of the democratic will of the people then it isnt difficult to see why the EU would look to stall as far as possible, in the hopes that the UK eventually hold a second referendum and reverse the original decision.
    1 point
  20. ambiguity about any outcome ? Oh right, another vote because they didnt like the result of the first democratic vote. That's just silly. When you have a democratic vote the government have an obligation to carry through the wishes of the populace, not capitulate to a movement that wants a reversal of a democratic vote. Very, very dangerous ground to step into. They were voting to leave the EU. The original vote was very simple - self-determination or remain part of a trading block. It is a convenient excuse to make to say they didnt know what they were voting for when you don
    1 point
  21. We will definitely agree to disagree on the first point. The EU have to be seen to at least be willing to get a deal done, despite them not wanting to. I have very little doubt that they never wanted to do a deal. Why would they ? Everything points to them wanting to keep the UK in the Union - we are one of only 6 net contributors, at a time when some of the PIGS economies were struggling heavily and even greater reliance would be placed on net contributors, and they also knew that the loss of the UK could become their "house of cards", particularly as right-leaning parties in Europe were
    1 point
  22. I guess they hadnt considered just how malevolent the EU would be.
    1 point
  23. The commentator saying, "A goal made by Celtc..." must've been a lovely moment for Gallagher, McGinn, O'Donnell, Tierney, Clarke and co. 🤮
    1 point
  24. Are there any stats to describe what tedious waste of time an international fortnight is? Because such is the density of boredom around international football that time itself seems to slow perceptibly.
    1 point
  25. The way Rangers FC have been treated by the SFA & all Scottish fans, and the way any Rangers player is treated by the tranny army I can tell you I will never forgive them, never, I just don't care if they win or lose! but I have no problem with any Rangers fan who still supports Scotland, each to their own.
    1 point
  26. I wish that someone would just cancel international friendly matches. It's completely pointless to continue with them at the moment.
    1 point
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