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* The Generic Laugh at celtc Thread *

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Just now, ritchieshearercaldow said:

I’m sure there are some who wear it but as soon as they put their scummy colours on it goes in the pocket.

They are a vile breed 

I had a celtic fan in forces had his arm covered in poppies along with poem and even on hot days had to wear long sleeves at piggery or would get abuse they are cunts!

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Catholics, Muslims, Ghurkas, Sikhs, all ethnicities lay down their lives. You can hate war and still support our fallen. You don't have to wear a poppy. I'll wear two. I'll put more money in the tin for you. Nobody is pointing a gun at your head, others had the guns pointed at their heads in your place. I'm more interested in Liam Kelly keeping celtic from scoring. 

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13 minutes ago, ritchieshearercaldow said:

There’s more scum support there than they get at piggery, not one have I seen with a poppy.

Let’s be honest if a Tarrier wore a poppy amongst their own it’d be suicide for them. Would be like someone wearing an SNP or yes badge at Ibrox.

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1 minute ago, CooperSF said:

This lot will nick it.

maybe... but Livi are a tough nut to crack. You never know.

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They do keep a good shape Livingston in fairness. Just waiting on them nicking one though.

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Just now, cushynumber said:

There will be about 6 mins Injury time

Aye was thinking that myself which will turn into 10mins for they cunts

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