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Fat Bastard Goes Home

Post by Paul Dutto » Sun, 14 Jun 1998 04:00:00


Scott Quinnell (Welsh Tubby No.8) has left for home yet again on the eve of a
tour of South Africa.

The Official reason this time was 'a Calf Injury'.

The Calf is believed to have been injured in an unfortunate incident with
Quinnell when he realised he had eaten all of the pies and cakes and was
looking for a snack before what he laughingly calls 'training'.

The Calf escaped, just, but the underfed Quinnell was ordered home because
tour food funds had ran out and everyone was sick of the fat bastard anyway.

This is a new dawn for Welsh Transport Caffs.


 
 
 

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Post by Ferd » Sun, 14 Jun 1998 04:00:00


<<he Calf is believed to have been injured in an unfortunate incident
with

Quote:
>Quinnell >>

I hope it was not one of our calfs!!!

Then he will have to come back and face the Truth and Reconciliation
Commitee.

 And tell all.

(He can join our ex president one P. W. Botha, huge staring friend of
your ex prime M. Thatcher, in telling all. It should be fun. )

 
 
 

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Post by Alun Morga » Sun, 14 Jun 1998 04:00:00

Shame was he'd been off the pies for a while and was actually doing quite
well.

Quote:

>Scott Quinnell (Welsh Tubby No.8) has left for home yet again on the eve of
a
>tour of South Africa.

>The Official reason this time was 'a Calf Injury'.

>The Calf is believed to have been injured in an unfortunate incident with
>Quinnell when he realised he had eaten all of the pies and cakes and was
>looking for a snack before what he laughingly calls 'training'.

>The Calf escaped, just, but the underfed Quinnell was ordered home because
>tour food funds had ran out and everyone was sick of the fat bastard
anyway.

>This is a new dawn for Welsh Transport Caffs.




 
 
 

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Post by Richardson Removal » Fri, 19 Jun 1998 04:00:00

Clive Woodward Leaves out Clarke and Ojomoh in order to *** a pair ***s
against a flying set of wallabies and Hoddle kicks out Gaza, and leaves out
Beckham to play a big daft skinny git who hasnt played for 2 years.
Can anybody  think of any other English national team coaches who have
recentley become brain donors
Budgie

 
 
 

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Post by John Bicke » Fri, 19 Jun 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> Clive Woodward Leaves out Clarke and Ojomoh in order to *** a pair ***s
> against a flying set of wallabies and Hoddle kicks out Gaza, and leaves out

    Something else that's wierd about this Gascoigne business is that
    even though he, the player, behaves like an ass and lets his
    country down, the supporters don't get stuck into him like one
    would have expected. Instead of being lambasted for being fat and
    lazy and behaving like a ***, he's praised as being England's
    best player.

    Bizarre.

 
 
 

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Post by Bret Morri » Sat, 20 Jun 1998 04:00:00

Quote:


>    would have expected. Instead of being lambasted for being fat and
>    lazy and behaving like a ***, he's praised as being England's
>    best player.

>    Bizarre.

That's because he IS fat, lazy and Englands best player !!!

Bret

 
 
 

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Post by Nick Meredit » Sat, 20 Jun 1998 04:00:00

Quote:



> > Clive Woodward Leaves out Clarke and Ojomoh in order to *** a pair ***s
> > against a flying set of wallabies and Hoddle kicks out Gaza, and leaves out

>     Something else that's wierd about this Gascoigne business is that
>     even though he, the player, behaves like an ass and lets his
>     country down, the supporters don't get stuck into him like one
>     would have expected. Instead of being lambasted for being fat and
>     lazy and behaving like a ***, he's praised as being England's
>     best player.

Largely by the tabloids and the BBC, not the fans. Of course they can
always find a few idiots support him for a when they need to pretend
public support.
 
 
 

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Post by Jon Jone » Sat, 20 Jun 1998 04:00:00

English coaches. No I don't know of any others but I have got a list as long as
your arm (assuming you've got a long arm) of Welsh coaches.
JJ

Quote:

> Clive Woodward Leaves out Clarke and Ojomoh in order to *** a pair ***s
> against a flying set of wallabies and Hoddle kicks out Gaza, and leaves out
> Beckham to play a big daft skinny git who hasnt played for 2 years.
> Can anybody  think of any other English national team coaches who have
> recentley become brain donors
> Budgie

 
 
 

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Post by Wilson Chi » Sat, 20 Jun 1998 04:00:00

Quote:



> >    would have expected. Instead of being lambasted for being fat and
> >    lazy and behaving like a ***, he's praised as being England's
> >    best player.

> That's because he IS fat, lazy and Englands best player !!!

Wow - just like Steve Ojomoh!

Wilson
__________________________________________________________________________
Dr Wilson Chiu, Speech & Language Group, Canon Research Centre Europe Ltd

 
 
 

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Post by Jonathan Chapma » Sat, 20 Jun 1998 04:00:00

Quote:



>> Clive Woodward Leaves out Clarke and Ojomoh in order to *** a pair
***s
>> against a flying set of wallabies and Hoddle kicks out Gaza, and leaves
out

>    Something else that's wierd about this Gascoigne business is that
>    even though he, the player, behaves like an ass and lets his
>    country down, the supporters don't get stuck into him like one
>    would have expected. Instead of being lambasted for being fat and
>    lazy and behaving like a ***, he's praised as being England's
>    best player.

Nah - that's what the tabloids would have you believe, but Gascoigne is
their favourite not ours - mainly because he fills column inches. The
majority of polls conducted were 70/30 in favour of leaving the fat *** at
home. Which still leaves 30%, but then we are talking about the average
soccer fan.

JC

 
 
 

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Post by MG » Sat, 20 Jun 1998 04:00:00

Quote:



> > Clive Woodward Leaves out Clarke and Ojomoh in order to *** a pair ***s
> > against a flying set of wallabies and Hoddle kicks out Gaza, and leaves out

>     Something else that's wierd about this Gascoigne business is that
>     even though he, the player, behaves like an ass and lets his
>     country down, the supporters don't get stuck into him like one
>     would have expected. Instead of being lambasted for being fat and
>     lazy and behaving like a ***, he's praised as being England's
>     best player.

>     Bizarre.

It's because he's about the only interesting character in football, or
any other sport.

--
Mike Gooding

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        "Step inside"