NekNomination craze sparks concerns in Herefordshire

Hereford Times: The NekNomination game has caused two deaths. The NekNomination game has caused two deaths.

A BROMYARD police officer has urged drinkers to avoid a craze he says is getting dangerously out of hand.

Police in the town received reports of a number of teenagers taking part in the NekNominate game that has spread across Facebook.

The stunt originally involved one person nominated to down an alcoholic drink while being filmed.

However, the craze has developed, with people drinking a dangerous mix of spirits, while some have even been filmed consuming washing-up liquid.

The stunts are then uploaded to the internet prompting a fresh wave of ‘nominations’.

The request from Bromyard police officer John Meek that people do not “give in to peer pressure”

comes a week after two Irish men died performing the stunt.

He said: “We had a couple of reports on the weekend of some younger children daring each other to drink and then do something stupid.

The whole NekNominate craze is definitely getting out of hand as we can see following the deaths, and younger children are starting to gravitate towards it.

“We just want children and parents to be aware – we don’t want a tragedy because of this craze here in Bromyard.”

Jonathan Lester, chairman of governors for the Queen Elizabeth Humanities College in Bromyard, said a text message has been sent to parents making them aware of the phenomenon and its dangers, although no incidents have taken place at the school.

However, Facebook videos seen by the Hereford Times show the craze is breaking out across Herefordshire.

And Ally Morgan, from Leominster, has defended the practice.

She drank a concoction of crushed banana, milk and alcohol when taking part but said she did not feel under any pressure to do it.

The 20-year-old added: “Like any social media craze I think there’s always going to be some people, maybe overcome by competitiveness, that take it that bit too far.

“ I think if it was kept to sensible mixes of drinks and not doing life-threatening stunts, then it could be continued to be seen as harmless fun.

“Everyone who takes part drinks alcohol normally, and the majority would drink a lot more than a pint during a night out.

“I don’t think it’s as much the volume of alcohol that’s the issue but the way it is mixed.

“I didn’t feel pressurised in any way to accept the nomination.

“Everyone has their own minds and the right to say no and there is no obligation to accept the challenge.”

Danni Mee, also from near Leominster, said she thinks people have taken it to “dangerous”

extremes by putting hand wash and washing powder in drinks.

The 20-year-old student admitted: “It has got a bit out of hand, but because it’s just a passing craze I think it’ll die down soon enough.”

Cathy Anstey, a spokesman for West Mercia Police, said: “Police officers regularly see and deal with the consequences of people’s actions after they have been drinking.

“Many times it ends in regret and sometimes in tragedy.

“People’s awareness and physical reactions can be affected by drinking, so we would urge people to drink responsibly and think very carefully about the actions they take after drinking.”

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5:20pm Fri 7 Feb 14

Gillian1961 says...

I do not know who thought of this craze in the beginning, but you are always going to get copy cats, I read some where that someone drunk a glass of water with two gold fish it, been as I am a animal lover I think it is cruel I bet they would not drink a cup of maggots,
I do not know who thought of this craze in the beginning, but you are always going to get copy cats, I read some where that someone drunk a glass of water with two gold fish it, been as I am a animal lover I think it is cruel I bet they would not drink a cup of maggots, Gillian1961
  • Score: 13

6:16pm Fri 7 Feb 14

petet25 says...

People know the risks with doing idiotic things. Nobody puts a gun to their head and forces them to do it.

It hardly takes a rocket scientist to realise that necking a cup of your own urine blended in with dog food will probably make you ill or downing a beer and jumping off a bridge could be fatal.

So i'm sorry, I have no sympathy for idiots who get involved with NekNomination and if anything happens to them, they only have themselves to blame.
People know the risks with doing idiotic things. Nobody puts a gun to their head and forces them to do it. It hardly takes a rocket scientist to realise that necking a cup of your own urine blended in with dog food will probably make you ill or downing a beer and jumping off a bridge could be fatal. So i'm sorry, I have no sympathy for idiots who get involved with NekNomination and if anything happens to them, they only have themselves to blame. petet25
  • Score: -1

6:50pm Fri 7 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

Gillian has quite rightly mentioned the Maggot. A thoroughly unpleasant little creature with few good qualities. Whilst I appreciate that God did everything for a purpose, its hard to understand exactly what God was thinking when he gifted us the Maggot.
Mind, the Rat! That's another one. I've never met a Rat I liked and if someone ever came up to me in the pub and asked me to drink a Rat, I'd tell them to, 'clear off. I've no wish to swallow your rodent. Go bother someone else'.
Gillian has quite rightly mentioned the Maggot. A thoroughly unpleasant little creature with few good qualities. Whilst I appreciate that God did everything for a purpose, its hard to understand exactly what God was thinking when he gifted us the Maggot. Mind, the Rat! That's another one. I've never met a Rat I liked and if someone ever came up to me in the pub and asked me to drink a Rat, I'd tell them to, 'clear off. I've no wish to swallow your rodent. Go bother someone else'. bobby47
  • Score: -34

11:42am Mon 10 Feb 14

mizza21 says...

My Father used to keep maggots in his mouth prior to sticking them on his hook before he casted them out for the fishes who seemed to agree with my father that maggots are indeed suitabe for sticking in the gob.

Why one Earth would teenagers be interested in maggots though? They are way too busy with their heads stuck in the internet binge drinking or getting A levels.

I agree with Petet25. Stuff em all. Let em drink emselves dead, who cares. I was never young and I certainly didn't make any mistakes or succumb to peer pressure so let them all die of stupidity I say. Well said Petet25. I hope you don't have children or grandchildren who may be vulnerable to social pressure, I know I don't so stuff anyone who does.
My Father used to keep maggots in his mouth prior to sticking them on his hook before he casted them out for the fishes who seemed to agree with my father that maggots are indeed suitabe for sticking in the gob. Why one Earth would teenagers be interested in maggots though? They are way too busy with their heads stuck in the internet binge drinking or getting A levels. I agree with Petet25. Stuff em all. Let em drink emselves dead, who cares. I was never young and I certainly didn't make any mistakes or succumb to peer pressure so let them all die of stupidity I say. Well said Petet25. I hope you don't have children or grandchildren who may be vulnerable to social pressure, I know I don't so stuff anyone who does. mizza21
  • Score: 9

12:17pm Mon 10 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

Yes Mizza, the Maggot is an interesting creature isn't it? Of course God, being what God is, didn't just think, 'I'll give them flies. That'll sort them out'.
No, God didn't do that at all. He went about giving us flies in an all together different and unusual way.
What he decided to do was approach the issue in a very abstract and complicated way. He decided to give us excrement and any old rubbish for the fly to feast upon. Piles of stinking stuff that we'd rather not put our foot in. To solve this problem, he first gave us the 'egg', then from the egg he gave us the Maggot and just to make the process even more interesting he gave us the pupa from which the Maggot would eventually emerge from.
All in all, its a very complicated design gifted us by God to rid us all of the excrement. Mind, God being who God is, Im fairly certain he didn't have in mind your Dad sticking the Maggot in his mouth during a days fishing.
I see Pete and I have shot down to Minus 12 which, given Gods involvement in all things, is an equally interesting demonstration on how God involves himself in anything and everything. Even the Hereford Times!.
Yes Mizza, the Maggot is an interesting creature isn't it? Of course God, being what God is, didn't just think, 'I'll give them flies. That'll sort them out'. No, God didn't do that at all. He went about giving us flies in an all together different and unusual way. What he decided to do was approach the issue in a very abstract and complicated way. He decided to give us excrement and any old rubbish for the fly to feast upon. Piles of stinking stuff that we'd rather not put our foot in. To solve this problem, he first gave us the 'egg', then from the egg he gave us the Maggot and just to make the process even more interesting he gave us the pupa from which the Maggot would eventually emerge from. All in all, its a very complicated design gifted us by God to rid us all of the excrement. Mind, God being who God is, Im fairly certain he didn't have in mind your Dad sticking the Maggot in his mouth during a days fishing. I see Pete and I have shot down to Minus 12 which, given Gods involvement in all things, is an equally interesting demonstration on how God involves himself in anything and everything. Even the Hereford Times!. bobby47
  • Score: -7

12:46pm Mon 10 Feb 14

littlewhitebull says...

Maggots - what an interesting subject!
I often feed my maggots beer whilst fishing. I mean that I'm fishing, not the maggots.
The maggots become so intoxicated that when I dangle a couple from my hook and sling said apparatus into the water, they sing merrily to the fish and attract large shoals to listen to their shenanigans. Sadly, the fish become infuriated after repeated renditions of the same badly sung song that they attack the maggots by eating them!
My float then disappears and I have to struggle to haul my catch to the bank.
Usually, it's just a load of pollocks.
Maggots - what an interesting subject! I often feed my maggots beer whilst fishing. I mean that I'm fishing, not the maggots. The maggots become so intoxicated that when I dangle a couple from my hook and sling said apparatus into the water, they sing merrily to the fish and attract large shoals to listen to their shenanigans. Sadly, the fish become infuriated after repeated renditions of the same badly sung song that they attack the maggots by eating them! My float then disappears and I have to struggle to haul my catch to the bank. Usually, it's just a load of pollocks. littlewhitebull
  • Score: 4

4:34pm Mon 10 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

Lovely! Minus 14. Just what I needed. Lets see if we can get me down to Minus 28. That's the lowest I've ever sunk. Give it to me.
Lovely! Minus 14. Just what I needed. Lets see if we can get me down to Minus 28. That's the lowest I've ever sunk. Give it to me. bobby47
  • Score: -9

4:52pm Mon 10 Feb 14

littlewhitebull says...

bobby47 wrote:
Lovely! Minus 14. Just what I needed. Lets see if we can get me down to Minus 28. That's the lowest I've ever sunk. Give it to me.
Bobby, I would never give you a minus. What's happened to the loyalty of your subjects, sire?
[quote][p][bold]bobby47[/bold] wrote: Lovely! Minus 14. Just what I needed. Lets see if we can get me down to Minus 28. That's the lowest I've ever sunk. Give it to me.[/p][/quote]Bobby, I would never give you a minus. What's happened to the loyalty of your subjects, sire? littlewhitebull
  • Score: 0

4:58pm Mon 10 Feb 14

wyesider says...

Littlewhitebull, is it really your plaice to be talking about maggots?
Littlewhitebull, is it really your plaice to be talking about maggots? wyesider
  • Score: 2

4:58pm Mon 10 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

Gone, like any sway I once had upon here. My best regards old friend.
Gone, like any sway I once had upon here. My best regards old friend. bobby47
  • Score: -3

6:21pm Mon 10 Feb 14

littlewhitebull says...

wyesider wrote:
Littlewhitebull, is it really your plaice to be talking about maggots?
You got me thinking, wyesider, old mate! Always a bad move.
I had a whale of a time writing it; it was brill. But, it’s not my plaice to carp about it, as I’ve got blenny of other things to mullet over; indeed, I have to fit a new chub lock to my dory before the old trout returns from shopping. She’s a real red snapper and makes me very tench, especially as I’m quite koi. My only consolation is playing my double bass perched between my legs, although it can cause chafing of the pollocks. As I play my way through Marlin monkfish classics with a roach between my lips, I imagine I am Julian Bream – the cod of bass players. I can only tope to emulate Jules as I flounder through the music – a bleak prospect as I pickerel the strings. Rudd e hell! I’ve just smelt a whiff of her ladyship’s halibutosis – so I’d better me-zander off to watch my favourite prog on the telly – Stingray!
[quote][p][bold]wyesider[/bold] wrote: Littlewhitebull, is it really your plaice to be talking about maggots?[/p][/quote]You got me thinking, wyesider, old mate! Always a bad move. I had a whale of a time writing it; it was brill. But, it’s not my plaice to carp about it, as I’ve got blenny of other things to mullet over; indeed, I have to fit a new chub lock to my dory before the old trout returns from shopping. She’s a real red snapper and makes me very tench, especially as I’m quite koi. My only consolation is playing my double bass perched between my legs, although it can cause chafing of the pollocks. As I play my way through Marlin monkfish classics with a roach between my lips, I imagine I am Julian Bream – the cod of bass players. I can only tope to emulate Jules as I flounder through the music – a bleak prospect as I pickerel the strings. Rudd e hell! I’ve just smelt a whiff of her ladyship’s halibutosis – so I’d better me-zander off to watch my favourite prog on the telly – Stingray! littlewhitebull
  • Score: 4

6:26pm Mon 10 Feb 14

littlewhitebull says...

Julian Bream actually played the guitar and lute. But, I had to use a bit of 'licence' - apologies to one and all for everything.
Julian Bream actually played the guitar and lute. But, I had to use a bit of 'licence' - apologies to one and all for everything. littlewhitebull
  • Score: 2

11:47pm Mon 10 Feb 14

Gillian1961 says...

bobby47 wrote:
Lovely! Minus 14. Just what I needed. Lets see if we can get me down to Minus 28. That's the lowest I've ever sunk. Give it to me.
I did not give you a minus, but you could get in the Guinness book of records keep trying I should not of mentioned maggots,
[quote][p][bold]bobby47[/bold] wrote: Lovely! Minus 14. Just what I needed. Lets see if we can get me down to Minus 28. That's the lowest I've ever sunk. Give it to me.[/p][/quote]I did not give you a minus, but you could get in the Guinness book of records keep trying I should not of mentioned maggots, Gillian1961
  • Score: 2

10:14am Tue 11 Feb 14

mizza21 says...

Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.
Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots. mizza21
  • Score: 2

12:20pm Tue 11 Feb 14

littlewhitebull says...

mizza21 wrote:
Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.
Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site?
I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors!
[quote][p][bold]mizza21[/bold] wrote: Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.[/p][/quote]Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site? I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors! littlewhitebull
  • Score: -1

2:41pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Gillian1961 says...

littlewhitebull wrote:
mizza21 wrote:
Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.
Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site?
I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors!
I did not know Hereford was in the same league as wolves,
[quote][p][bold]littlewhitebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mizza21[/bold] wrote: Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.[/p][/quote]Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site? I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors![/p][/quote]I did not know Hereford was in the same league as wolves, Gillian1961
  • Score: 0

2:46pm Tue 11 Feb 14

mizza21 says...

You are quite right littlewhitebull
I spent Saturday afternoon charity shopping in Ross because the footy was cancelled.
Have to wait now till March 1 for a game!
You are quite right littlewhitebull I spent Saturday afternoon charity shopping in Ross because the footy was cancelled. Have to wait now till March 1 for a game! mizza21
  • Score: 1

3:15pm Tue 11 Feb 14

littlewhitebull says...

Gillian1961 wrote:
littlewhitebull wrote:
mizza21 wrote:
Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.
Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site?
I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors!
I did not know Hereford was in the same league as wolves,
Gillian - well picked up, most impressed. Perhaps, we could arrange a friendly with Wolves to collect some money?
[quote][p][bold]Gillian1961[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]littlewhitebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mizza21[/bold] wrote: Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.[/p][/quote]Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site? I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors![/p][/quote]I did not know Hereford was in the same league as wolves,[/p][/quote]Gillian - well picked up, most impressed. Perhaps, we could arrange a friendly with Wolves to collect some money? littlewhitebull
  • Score: -1

3:27pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Gillian1961 says...

littlewhitebull wrote:
Gillian1961 wrote:
littlewhitebull wrote:
mizza21 wrote:
Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.
Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site?
I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors!
I did not know Hereford was in the same league as wolves,
Gillian - well picked up, most impressed. Perhaps, we could arrange a friendly with Wolves to collect some money?
They had there chance last season to play Everton if they beat Cheltnham first if iv got my facts wright but it did not happen, I am a Derby supporter have been since the seventy we are not doing to bad at the moment, the only time I watch Hereford play was when they beat Newcastle, I do keep a eye out every week for the score
[quote][p][bold]littlewhitebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian1961[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]littlewhitebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mizza21[/bold] wrote: Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.[/p][/quote]Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site? I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors![/p][/quote]I did not know Hereford was in the same league as wolves,[/p][/quote]Gillian - well picked up, most impressed. Perhaps, we could arrange a friendly with Wolves to collect some money?[/p][/quote]They had there chance last season to play Everton if they beat Cheltnham first if iv got my facts wright but it did not happen, I am a Derby supporter have been since the seventy we are not doing to bad at the moment, the only time I watch Hereford play was when they beat Newcastle, I do keep a eye out every week for the score Gillian1961
  • Score: 1

11:17am Wed 12 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

Minus twenty bloody seven! One more kick in the teeth and its a record. Come on, let me have it.
Minus twenty bloody seven! One more kick in the teeth and its a record. Come on, let me have it. bobby47
  • Score: -1

12:39pm Wed 12 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

Today, within the pages of the HT readers site, we've seen history created. I've reached Minus Twenty Nine which is the lowest I've ever sunk and its a record.
Rather than mutter, 'I hope your bloody home floods and you can all get stuffed,' I say to all those who've taken the trouble to send me down to this deep and cold place, well done! This has been a team effort. Together we've achieved something that many couldnt have been bothered with in the first place.
What do I take from this humbling experience? Little really, other than to never write bad things again about the Maggot and the Rat who are clearly species that twenty bloody nine of you hold in high regard.
Well done all!
Today, within the pages of the HT readers site, we've seen history created. I've reached Minus Twenty Nine which is the lowest I've ever sunk and its a record. Rather than mutter, 'I hope your bloody home floods and you can all get stuffed,' I say to all those who've taken the trouble to send me down to this deep and cold place, well done! This has been a team effort. Together we've achieved something that many couldnt have been bothered with in the first place. What do I take from this humbling experience? Little really, other than to never write bad things again about the Maggot and the Rat who are clearly species that twenty bloody nine of you hold in high regard. Well done all! bobby47
  • Score: -4

12:39pm Wed 12 Feb 14

littlewhitebull says...

Gillian1961 wrote:
littlewhitebull wrote:
Gillian1961 wrote:
littlewhitebull wrote:
mizza21 wrote:
Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.
Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site?
I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors!
I did not know Hereford was in the same league as wolves,
Gillian - well picked up, most impressed. Perhaps, we could arrange a friendly with Wolves to collect some money?
They had there chance last season to play Everton if they beat Cheltnham first if iv got my facts wright but it did not happen, I am a Derby supporter have been since the seventy we are not doing to bad at the moment, the only time I watch Hereford play was when they beat Newcastle, I do keep a eye out every week for the score
You are quite right Gillian. We lost the replay at Edgar Street v Cheltenham and missed out on a large sum of money from TV for home tie v Everton plus the money for getting to next round.
It was a freezing night and my feet didn't thaw out until after midnight!!
Derby are doing well and good luck for getting into Premier League.
[quote][p][bold]Gillian1961[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]littlewhitebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian1961[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]littlewhitebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mizza21[/bold] wrote: Bobby, I voted you down one. I also voted myself down and littlewhitebull, whose fishing post is fabulous as is yours re the maggots.[/p][/quote]Mizza, I voted myself down and asked all friends to vote me down so I could beat Bobby, but I've still got a plus score! What's gone wrong with this site? I also must confess that the weather causing postponements at Edgar Street is getting me down! Our team needs games to keep the money coming in and keep the wolves from the doors![/p][/quote]I did not know Hereford was in the same league as wolves,[/p][/quote]Gillian - well picked up, most impressed. Perhaps, we could arrange a friendly with Wolves to collect some money?[/p][/quote]They had there chance last season to play Everton if they beat Cheltnham first if iv got my facts wright but it did not happen, I am a Derby supporter have been since the seventy we are not doing to bad at the moment, the only time I watch Hereford play was when they beat Newcastle, I do keep a eye out every week for the score[/p][/quote]You are quite right Gillian. We lost the replay at Edgar Street v Cheltenham and missed out on a large sum of money from TV for home tie v Everton plus the money for getting to next round. It was a freezing night and my feet didn't thaw out until after midnight!! Derby are doing well and good luck for getting into Premier League. littlewhitebull
  • Score: 0

12:44pm Wed 12 Feb 14

littlewhitebull says...

bobby47 wrote:
Today, within the pages of the HT readers site, we've seen history created. I've reached Minus Twenty Nine which is the lowest I've ever sunk and its a record.
Rather than mutter, 'I hope your bloody home floods and you can all get stuffed,' I say to all those who've taken the trouble to send me down to this deep and cold place, well done! This has been a team effort. Together we've achieved something that many couldnt have been bothered with in the first place.
What do I take from this humbling experience? Little really, other than to never write bad things again about the Maggot and the Rat who are clearly species that twenty bloody nine of you hold in high regard.
Well done all!
Congratulations on your new record, sire. Hope you're not planning to drown any maggots in the Wye today!
Someone told me the fish are biting well around the goalposts on King George playing fields.
[quote][p][bold]bobby47[/bold] wrote: Today, within the pages of the HT readers site, we've seen history created. I've reached Minus Twenty Nine which is the lowest I've ever sunk and its a record. Rather than mutter, 'I hope your bloody home floods and you can all get stuffed,' I say to all those who've taken the trouble to send me down to this deep and cold place, well done! This has been a team effort. Together we've achieved something that many couldnt have been bothered with in the first place. What do I take from this humbling experience? Little really, other than to never write bad things again about the Maggot and the Rat who are clearly species that twenty bloody nine of you hold in high regard. Well done all![/p][/quote]Congratulations on your new record, sire. Hope you're not planning to drown any maggots in the Wye today! Someone told me the fish are biting well around the goalposts on King George playing fields. littlewhitebull
  • Score: -1

12:56pm Wed 12 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

Littlewhitebull, Hello mate.
Littlewhitebull, Hello mate. bobby47
  • Score: -3

2:58pm Wed 12 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

And still Im climbing or, depending upon how you look at it, going further downwards. Sweet Lord!
And still Im climbing or, depending upon how you look at it, going further downwards. Sweet Lord! bobby47
  • Score: -3

3:14pm Wed 12 Feb 14

mizza21 says...

Brilliant Bobby. This seems to be an endorsement of sorts.
As you can only vote once it seems that no less than 31 individuals have voted you down.

Where is the dippy hippy bytheway.
we should have this occasion marked by poetry.

Unless he's bu99ered off on my ark..
Brilliant Bobby. This seems to be an endorsement of sorts. As you can only vote once it seems that no less than 31 individuals have voted you down. Where is the dippy hippy bytheway. we should have this occasion marked by poetry. Unless he's bu99ered off on my ark.. mizza21
  • Score: -2

8:29pm Wed 12 Feb 14

bobby47 says...

Mizza, Hello pal.
Mizza, Hello pal. bobby47
  • Score: -3

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