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The amount of times I've almost been divorced because the wife has said those exact words at the wrong time. ??

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The guy in grey bear-hugging his boy on the upper right of the photo is brilliant!

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6 minutes ago, Sparkle said:

The guy in grey bear-hugging his boy on the upper right of the photo is brilliant!

The guy in front of them lol where the fucks he off to

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That pictures sums up so many things about being a Rangers supporter, especially after all the turmoil and attempts by others to destroy and humiliate us over the past few years!

Loud, proud and never surrendered!

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when we score an important goal and celebrate it doesn't matter who the fuck is beside you. your best friend or a total stranger..you fucking celebrate with them. when we scored against them at ibrox there was a guy beside me i had never met before and we were both jumping about like idiots. i can still see where i got a big scratch on my leg from hitting off the chairs. no the first it's happened. i mind when we secured promotion back to the premiership everyone was crying and hugging each other/shaking hands. you celebrate with your fellow fans. it brings people together. that's what i see in that picture.

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The best I've ever been in was in Copenhagen, when Averladze scored that goal I ended up 6 rows in front cuddling some guy with no skin on my shins. ??

Its the best feeling in the world. 

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amazing moment , only moment that maybe beats it for me personally was the other scenes when rogic ballooned his penalty over the bar last season . 

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12 minutes ago, ForeverAndEver said:

Imagine celebrating a draw...

They were celebrating the Goal! I suppose you just sat in your seat at home and sipped your cup of tea and said well done lads - or possible you thought 'about  time' and went into the huff at full time. 

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4 minutes ago, Bluepeter9 said:

They were celebrating the Goal! I suppose you just sat in your seat at home and sipped your cup of tea and said well done lads - or possible you thought 'about  time' and went into the huff at full time. 

Stop watching when Armstrong scored.

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4 minutes ago, ForeverAndEver said:

Stop watching when Armstrong scored.

Ah a surrender monkey!

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1 minute ago, Corky True Legend said:

Ffs. I'm off to thje gym. I actually liked a post by BP9. I can't take any more of this.

My life is complete! 

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21 minutes ago, ForeverAndEver said:

Imagine celebrating a draw...

Imagine celebrating a goal against your biggest rivals who had been boasting just a few days before about scoring 8 

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2 hours ago, Perth_Campsie_Ger said:

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Love that - also makes me laugh that the goal scorer isn't even amongst the players celebrating there  :dance:

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I often get asked "Willis why do you care so much about a football team"

I ask them "how many times in your life have you been filled with such complete joy that you jumped in the air and shouted 'yeees!' At the top of your lungs and started hugging whoever was standing beside you? Most folk only experience that a couple times in their life whereas get that feeling on a weekly basis"

Folk get their degrees they've worked years for,  marry their dream girl, get their dream job etc etc etc they still don't have the same feeling as when Rangers score, most other folk would only feel the same way after winning a lot of money or something but to us its the best feeling in the world and those who don't understand why it means so much to us never will

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1 hour ago, JR said:

Love that - also makes me laugh that the goal scorer isn't even amongst the players celebrating there  :dance:

Even MO'H joined in

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2 minutes ago, moody blue 1972 said:

is that scott brown far left hand side, half way up

He would of been as well being in the crowd lol

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