most morrissey fans are utterly stupid

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broken

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Has anyone noticed this rather disturbing trend?

Witness tonight: we have Ian the moronic sweating dirty raincoat-wearing loser preaching his race hatred/homophobia once again and freeyourself the tubby cynical old queen getting his knickers in a twist, backed up by said homophobic loser, Ian.

The saying, "Misery seeks company" springs immediately to mind.
 
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tabby

Guest
a homophobic who sucks cock, well done quentin, anymore maladjusted tracklists? lol! loser
 
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freeyourself

Guest
> Has anyone noticed this rather disturbing trend?

> Witness tonight: we have Ian the moronic sweating dirty raincoat-wearing
> loser preaching his race hatred/homophobia once again and freeyourself the
> tubby cynical old queen getting his knickers in a twist, backed up by said
> homophobic loser, Ian.

> The saying, "Misery seeks company" springs immediately to mind.

Actually, the phrase is "Misery loves company", or were you speaking about your own desperate need to have sex with an adult?

Perhaps you'd have more success making friends, or finding a sexual partner over the age of 8, if you were'nt such a pathetic mincing simpleton.
 
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miss grammar queen 1977

Guest
> Actually, the phrase is "Misery loves company", or were you
> speaking about your own desperate need to have sex with an adult?

> Perhaps you'd have more success making friends, or finding a sexual
> partner over the age of 8, if you were'nt such a pathetic mincing
> simpleton.

were'nt?

I'm shocked, freebie.

I was going to point out your misuse of "it's" in a previous post, but
decided against it.

but were'nt is just unforgiveable. truly. or is that unforgivable. forgive me if i am wrong.
 
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freeyourself

Guest
suspekt speeling

> were'nt?

> I'm shocked, freebie.

> I was going to point out your misuse of "it's" in a previous
> post, but
> decided against it.

> but were'nt is just unforgiveable. truly. or is that unforgivable. forgive
> me if i am wrong.

Of course you're completely right.

Such rudimentary errors are, indeed, unforgivable, & quite possibly unforgiveable too.

I do seem to struggle with "its/it's" & "were'n't/were'nt" (even Dictionary.com doesn't seem to help in these instances), which only goes to prove, even those who are perfect in every way are not completely infallible.
 
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broken

Guest
get your mind out of the gutter

you filthy-minded queen. And as for simple, have you actually looked at yourself? You look like a ghastly combination of a built julian clarey and a particularly obese brickie from Liverpool.

I also suspect you have no education to speak of, and presently work as an aisle slag for Tesco's. Hang on, weren't you supposed to restock the luxury mince pies before 8pm? Better get moving, dear.

> Of course you're completely right.

> Such rudimentary errors are, indeed, unforgivable, & quite possibly
> unforgiveable too.

> I do seem to struggle with "its/it's" &
> "were'n't/were'nt" (even Dictionary.com doesn't seem to help in
> these instances), which only goes to prove, even those who are perfect in
> every way are not completely infallible.
 
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freeyourself

Guest
Doesn't Broken look like the kind of sick pervert that downloads kiddie porn? I think so.

> you filthy-minded queen. And as for simple, have you actually looked at
> yourself? You look like a ghastly combination of a built julian clarey and
> a particularly obese brickie from Liverpool.

> I also suspect you have no education to speak of, and presently work as an
> aisle slag for Tesco's. Hang on, weren't you supposed to restock the
> luxury mince pies before 8pm? Better get moving, dear.

What a palaver.

Shut your pie hole you monstrous freak.

btw, Stop loitering around kiddie's playgrounds masturbating.

That's the kind of thing that gives Gay people a bad name.

Shithead.




 
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