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Wolfie's rhyme/poem thread.

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Wolfie's rhyme/poem thread.

Post  wolfie on Fri Jun 17, 2011 7:05 am

I've been to work and done my graft and came home hot and sweaty. I packed my tools and waved goodbye to a woman who's names is Betty.
Now I'm home and on this site and chatting all things Toon.... and I am feeling pretty good, in fact, I'm over the bloody moon.
I'm a very positive person with all things black and white and I'd love to chat a little more but I'm busting for a sh.ite.
As soon as I have done the deed and emptied all my bowels, I'm gonna go and get a wash and shout "Angie where's the towels"
It's bye for now but I'll be back, before you can say boo.......................unless my guts are aching and i need another poo.
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Re: Wolfie's rhyme/poem thread.

Post  Fruity on Fri Jun 17, 2011 7:08 am

wolfie wrote:I've been to work and done my graft and came home hot and sweaty. I packed my tools and waved goodbye to a woman who's names is Betty.
Now I'm home and on this site and chatting all things Toon.... and I am feeling pretty good, in fact, I'm over the bloody moon.
I'm a very positive person with all things black and white and I'd love to chat a little more but I'm busting for a sh.ite.
As soon as I have done the deed and emptied all my bowels, I'm gonna go and get a wash and shout "Angie where's the towels"
It's bye for now but I'll be back, before you can say boo.......................unless my guts are aching and i need another poo.
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Post  1892NUFF on Fri Jun 17, 2011 8:30 am

wolfie wrote:I've been to work and done my graft and came home hot and sweaty. I packed my tools and waved goodbye to a woman who's names is Betty.
Now I'm home and on this site and chatting all things Toon.... and I am feeling pretty good, in fact, I'm over the bloody moon.
I'm a very positive person with all things black and white and I'd love to chat a little more but I'm busting for a sh.ite.
As soon as I have done the deed and emptied all my bowels, I'm gonna go and get a wash and shout "Angie where's the towels"
It's bye for now but I'll be back, before you can say boo.......................unless my guts are aching and i need another poo.
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Re: Wolfie's rhyme/poem thread.

Post  arfa the mag on Fri Jun 17, 2011 8:46 am

wolfi your a nutter.
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Re: Wolfie's rhyme/poem thread.

Post  wolfie on Sat Jun 18, 2011 5:00 am

We won the fizzy very well and went out all guns blazing.
We won it at a canter, which was really quite amazing.

I remember all the doom and gloom, the season we were downed.
I remember all the Toon fans, who sighed and also frowned.

We got back up, through blood and sweat, with players that chose to fight.
We showed just what this clubs about and now we see the light.

The players who deserted us and left us in the mire.
Went on to play for other clubs and mostly they were dire.

The players we kept, to take us back, to play amongst Prem.
I'd like to hold my hand out and thank each one of them.

Duff and Owen, Viduka too, were players with some skill.
They failed to do the job for us, which was a bitter pill.

Hughton done a brilliant job, in taking us back up.
It's just a shame his time went by and we didn't win a cup.

We thank you Chris for what you done and you won't be forgotten.
You had to work with big I am's and some of them were rotten.

The decks are cleared of all the trash and onward now we barge.
We thank you chris for what you done but Pardew's now in charge.

We finished well in our first year of playing bigger teams.
And now we add more quality, and work within our means.

The road ahead is never smooth but we will plough it through.
So let us look ahead with glee for top 8 in season two.


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Post  Fruity on Sat Jun 18, 2011 7:07 am

wolfie wrote:We won the fizzy very well and went out all guns blazing.
We won it at a canter, which was really quite amazing.

I remember all the doom and gloom, the season we were downed.
I remember all the Toon fans, who sighed and also frowned.

We got back up, through blood and sweat, with players that chose to fight.
We showed just what this clubs about and now we see the light.

The players who deserted us and left us in the mire.
Went on to play for other clubs and mostly they were dire.

The players we kept, to take us back, to play amongst Prem.
I'd like to hold my hand out and thank each one of them.

Duff and Owen, Viduka too, were players with some skill.
They failed to do the job for us, which was a bitter pill.

Hughton done a brilliant job, in taking us back up.
It's just a shame his time went by and we didn't win a cup.

We thank you Chris for what you done and you won't be forgotten.
You had to work with big I am's and some of them were rotten.

The decks are cleared of all the trash and onward now we barge.
We thank you chris for what you done but Pardew's now in charge.

We finished well in our first year of playing bigger teams.
And now we add more quality, and work within our means.

The road ahead is never smooth but we will plough it through.
So let us look ahead with glee for top 8 in season two.


Did you write this?
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Re: Wolfie's rhyme/poem thread.

Post  wolfie on Fri Jun 24, 2011 5:45 am

Fruity wrote:
wolfie wrote:We won the fizzy very well and went out all guns blazing.
We won it at a canter, which was really quite amazing.

I remember all the doom and gloom, the season we were downed.
I remember all the Toon fans, who sighed and also frowned.

We got back up, through blood and sweat, with players that chose to fight.
We showed just what this clubs about and now we see the light.

The players who deserted us and left us in the mire.
Went on to play for other clubs and mostly they were dire.

The players we kept, to take us back, to play amongst Prem.
I'd like to hold my hand out and thank each one of them.

Duff and Owen, Viduka too, were players with some skill.
They failed to do the job for us, which was a bitter pill.

Hughton done a brilliant job, in taking us back up.
It's just a shame his time went by and we didn't win a cup.

We thank you Chris for what you done and you won't be forgotten.
You had to work with big I am's and some of them were rotten.

The decks are cleared of all the trash and onward now we barge.
We thank you chris for what you done but Pardew's now in charge.

We finished well in our first year of playing bigger teams.
And now we add more quality, and work within our means.

The road ahead is never smooth but we will plough it through.
So let us look ahead with glee for top 8 in season two.


Did you write this?
I did Fruity, all from my own head. I'm a poemist thingy thing ermm rhymister type thingy hahahahaha
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Post  arfa the mag on Fri Jun 24, 2011 5:50 am

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Re: Wolfie's rhyme/poem thread.

Post  wolfie on Fri Jun 24, 2011 6:37 am

Rumours, rumours, that's all we hear and then a signing which makes us cheer.
Cabaye,Marveaux and Demba Ba, are signings that can take us far.

With more additions to the ranks, does Ashley get the thanks.
Spend, spend, spend, I hear you say, let's buy more players and have our day.

Graham Carr spots the talent and Pardew makes his move, then Ashley weighs up transfer fees and says "will they improve".
Carr jumps up excitedly and says " oh Mike, they're mint", so Mike says "Alan, sign them up and for a 5 year stint".

The wheels are turning quicker and quicker, as the players we sign get slicker and slicker.

Pardew ponders his next move and wonders where to strengthen and also looks to the squad he's got who's contracts he needs to lengthen.

Another striker, coming soon, is what the papers say, but we hear it time and time again, like every other day.

We hear a rumour, from one blog and then another site, it's all pure speculation, we might, we might, we might.

I always have such positive hope, my hopes could not be clearer.
I wait for our next striker and hope he's much like Shearer.

A shearer type is what we need, with heart and solid spine, who can wear the Toon shirt filled with pride, that shirt, the number 9.

I can but dream and hope one day, that we can win a cup, so fans like me and you, then Know we're on the up.

I'll end this rhyme for now my friends and I'll feel a total spanner. But I need to end it with my thoughts, about my little Nana.

My Nana passed on years ago and will always be a miss.
I'll never forget my little Nan, even though she stank of pi.ss.

My grandad stunk of wee wee too but he was not so tacky.
And even though he smelled of pi.ss, it was through the smell of baccy.
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Re: Wolfie's rhyme/poem thread.

Post  Fruity on Mon Jun 27, 2011 10:43 am

you should think about writing a book of poetry
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