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Re: Facebook posts may reveal teens' sexual intentions by johnnythemonkey on 2 May 2010 6:51am
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-WZRUIfHjo
 
Re: Facebook posts may reveal teens' sexual intentions by mrsthing on 17 May 2010 1:07am
 
Have you seen this site:

http://failbook.com/

Sometimes it's hysterically funny!
 
Re: Facebook posts may reveal teens' sexual intentions by Spursfan on 17 May 2010 5:36pm
 
I had to 'flag' some posts yesterday on Facebook, and then report them.

I joined a group called "BANNING ENGLAND SHIRTS IN PUBS ! GET F***** I'LL BE WEARING MINE WITH PRIDE !" and the creator had put that there should be no rascist comments, it was just about this stupid rule.

Someone, though, had put a link to a site called "BAN ISLAM AND ANY TERRORIST ORGANISATIONS FROM BRITAIN", stating that there should be no mosques or what have you and there were some really evil things posted.

I mean REALLY nasty rascist comments.

Examples (I have had to edit them!!):

"gas all the bastards,then dump them in the sea 4 fish food."

"and we should get all them c***s out of our country ... elect B.N.P ... you will never stop me showin my support for my country because sum paki .... will get affended if they dont like it F*** OFF! THIS IS ENGLAND!!" (the spelling is for real!!)

"i put my england flag out today ready for the world cup but i was unsure if itd offend the asian comunity ! so to make sure i wrote allah is a .... on it"

All these posters (and there are more)are just exposing their teeny tiny brains - they can't even spell for flips sake.

Ok I suppose joining a group like that I was asking to see that sort of messages - but not all us England fans think like that but we should be allowed to wear our England shirts with pride.

:(
 
Re: Facebook posts may reveal teens' sexual intentions by johnnythemonkey on 17 May 2010 5:49pm
 
Of course England fans should be able to wear their shirts but I have to say that when England are in major football tournaments, it brings out the jingoistic worst in your race.
The travelling supporters are always a drunken disgrace to the country and bring mayhem to wherever they visit.

The Scottish national football team might not be up to much but our fans win praise wherever they go.

Our club supporters are usually the same with the exception of Glasgow Rangers F.C.
 
Re: Facebook posts may reveal teens' sexual intentions by Spursfan on 17 May 2010 10:00pm
 
To be honest that wasn't the point of my post though Johnny.

It was the racism.

I have, despite my better judgement, posted a comment on the racist post. I called them scum!! I said I didn't think England would want them as fans and they gave England a bad name, and that England was a multicultural society and all the better for being so.

Don't know if I did the right thing but boy did it feel good!

:(
 
Re: Facebook posts may reveal teens' sexual intentions by johnnythemonkey on 17 May 2010 10:12pm
 
Any online group aimed at football fans ( especially En-ger-land ones ) is going to attract nutters of all sorts.
Well you joined up Anne. :)
 
Re: Facebook posts may reveal teens' sexual intentions by Spursfan on 17 May 2010 10:17pm
 
Yes I did, though I clicked on the right one I'm sure - don't know what happened. They sent me a message saying I had and I deleted it and put it in the right place.

:(
 



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