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The Covid 19 Lurgy

Yid

Yid

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Kind of, but mostly because he is a lying cunt who has blagged his way through his career talking horse shit and shagging anything that moves.

He has no integrity and why any cunt with a brain voted for this sex case is lost on me.

How can you trust someone who hides an illegitimate child to suit his career....!
 
Dorset

Dorset

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Why does it appear that every time Johnson opens his mouth, on any subject, he lacks any sincerity and it all comes across like a big game to him.........is it because he lacks any sincerity and it's all a game??
Of course. He has no ideals, no morals, no principles, no honour. - an overprivileged cunt who can talk bollocks in Latin. His only goal was to get the job his old Bullingdon chum had before him, his Brexit ideology should have proved to everyone what a two faced cunt he is - he had two statements ready before the referendum, one passionately pro EU and one rabidly against, he chose the one he thought would get one over on Cameron and the one that would earn him credit with his wealthy pals. His recent recommendations for honours are exactly what I was expecting, rewarding the sycophants and Brexit fanatics. He talks to his base, just like Trump, telling them what a great job he has done to achieve the higjhest excess death rate in Europe, the whole fucking continent, not just the EU. They lap it up because they are bigoted, closed minded little Englanders who refuse to listen to truth, facts or anything that goes against the hero that got Brexit done.

The only purpose of this so-called government is to fuck the country over with Brexit. The cabinet were appointed on the basis of their support for the monumental Brexit fuckup and how much they licked the clown's rear end - not due to their skills or experience. His incompetence and lack of giving a fuck has caused tens of thousands of unnecessary deaths and it is a long way from over. The whole World is laughing its tits off at the shambles of a Covid policy that nobody understands - eat out to help out BUT stay home because the cases are rising and obesity innit? Wear masks in shops and some other places but only in a week's time and not everywhere that is open to the public, go to the pub but only meet one other household, have your family visit but don't., enjoy the summer but don't go to the beach, maintain a 1 metre distance while keeping 2 meters away from people, blame the ethnics and the old people, blame the immigrants, blame every fucker except the actual guilty ones - the fucking evil Tories.
 
Havocc

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Boris once spoke about making model buses in his spare time. He doesn’t, he said these things so when you google Boris and buses, this interview comes up and not the one with the BS NHS savings on it

the guy plays the fool, but really he is a conniving little cunt with no compassion for people below his class.

this government should be tried for democide as their inadequate decision have cost people’s lives. Look at their latest guidance, its basically telling people to only go to places where there is a till!
 
Dorset

Dorset

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The lying cunts are telling you now that it's safe to send your kids back to school. Wanker Johnson, Hancock and whatever the fuck that other health minister is called are saying they are acting on 'advice' that it is safe and kids don't catch or spread the virus. Wha has that advice come from? Dominic Cummings' mum? There was a very large study in South Korea that categorically said children between 11 and 19 are just as likely to catch and spread C19. PublicHealth England have said the same.

They are lying their bollocks off to you. Kids might not get such bad symptoms - but they can and they can die, but they are just as likely to bring Covid back from school and pass it to your, your granny and every other cunt they meet because teenagers will not comply with the 'stay alert' bollock rules will they?

Follow the money and you will see what this pile of shit Brexit Fanclub Government really cares about.
 
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Dorset

Dorset

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More lies from the Brexit Fanclub Government,:

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s official death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic was lowered by over 5,000 on Wednesday because the government adopted a new way of counting fatalities after concerns were raised that the old method overstated them.​

But of course the real reason is to try and reduce the numbers so the cunts look like they are doing a good job:

Epidemiologists say excess mortality - deaths from all causes that exceed the five-year average for the time of year - is the best way of gauging deaths from a disease outbreak because it is internationally comparable.​
The United Kingdom suffered the highest rate of excess deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic in a comparison of 21 European countries, an analysis from Britain’s statistics office showed in July, with around 65,000 more people than usual dying.​
So, the government say 40,000 but there have been 65,000 ( and that was weeks ago ) excess deaths - has there been a plague of vampires that nobody noticed.
 
Havocc

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On a brighter note, i have had 2 test for COVID. Anyone else find the swab 6 inches up your nose is one of the most horrible experiences ever?
 
Dave

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On a brighter note, i have had 2 test for COVID. Anyone else find the swab 6 inches up your nose is one of the most horrible experiences ever?
I hear ya...NOT pleasant! I had one done back in April. Still, it came back negative so a better outcome than alot..
 
Yid

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Not as bad as an orally inserted, 8 inch co........
 
Dorset

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On a brighter note, i have had 2 test for COVID. Anyone else find the swab 6 inches up your nose is one of the most horrible experiences ever?
Yes! I had to go into hospital last week - eeeek! Another fucking stent fitted, not a heart attack this time thank fuck, but another artery was nearly completely blocked. I had been getting slower and slower on my bike rides and was totally knackered all day - and chest pains. Of course like a total wanker I kept putting off going to the hospital, dumb! Anyway, one of the tests they did before they would do the angioplasty was a Covid test, fuck me that REALLY hurt!

The Spanish hospital was fantastic! I arrived at the emergency department last Monday at 09:30 and was seen by a doctor at 09:35. 15 minutes later I was admitted, stripped off, hooked up to monitors and had gallons of blood extracted. I saw the cardiologist at about 1pm who did an echocardiogram and said he was going to try and get the angioplasty done that day or I would have to stay in hospital until Wednesday. he'd performed the nastiness at 8pm that evening. He came to my private room (yes even on the Spanish NHS!) the next morning and spent a good 15 minutes explaining what they had done and what I should do and arranged a follow up appointment for 2 weeks time. He also prescribed some very pricey blood thinning drugs because I told him I had not done well with the bog standard clopidogrel, as we have Spanish health coverage (the UK pay €4900 per year for our health care and the Spanish feds do the same for Spaniels in the UK, which they have both promised to do post Brexshit),we only have to pay 10% of the drug costs - which will come to about €10 per month. I looked up the drug costs in the USA and they would be around $2000 per month, thank fuck I don't live there. Comparing my Spanish hospital experience to the UK when I had a heart attack 4 and a half years ago: 7 hours on a trolley waiting for a bed, 3 days wait to have the angioplasty and see the cardiologist ( 5 minutes) and the echodoodle done by a nurse who then passed it on to the cardio bloke to review about a week later. Spain wins!

My beans are back! I have walked 15 ks in the last 4 days, I managed 200meters swimming yesterday when I couldn't do 50 three weeks ago, my fancy new Garmin vivoactive 4 is bossing me around and keeping tabs on my ticker, so touch wood, fingers crossed and all that other old bollocks everything will be fine for another few years. I just hope I don't have to have another one of those fucking awful, painful Covid tests when I go back for my cardio appointment. Am I just a wimp? The bloke in the bed next to me in the emergency ward had one down and did not screech like a girl and shout out 'aarrrrgggg, fuck, that really hurt!'.
 
Don Diaz

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Yes! I had to go into hospital last week - eeeek! Another fucking stent fitted, not a heart attack this time thank fuck, but another artery was nearly completely blocked. I had been getting slower and slower on my bike rides and was totally knackered all day - and chest pains. Of course like a total wanker I kept putting off going to the hospital, dumb! Anyway, one of the tests they did before they would do the angioplasty was a Covid test, fuck me that REALLY hurt!

The Spanish hospital was fantastic! I arrived at the emergency department last Monday at 09:30 and was seen by a doctor at 09:35. 15 minutes later I was admitted, stripped off, hooked up to monitors and had gallons of blood extracted. I saw the cardiologist at about 1pm who did an echocardiogram and said he was going to try and get the angioplasty done that day or I would have to stay in hospital until Wednesday. he'd performed the nastiness at 8pm that evening. He came to my private room (yes even on the Spanish NHS!) the next morning and spent a good 15 minutes explaining what they had done and what I should do and arranged a follow up appointment for 2 weeks time. He also prescribed some very pricey blood thinning drugs because I told him I had not done well with the bog standard clopidogrel, as we have Spanish health coverage (the UK pay €4900 per year for our health care and the Spanish feds do the same for Spaniels in the UK, which they have both promised to do post Brexshit),we only have to pay 10% of the drug costs - which will come to about €10 per month. I looked up the drug costs in the USA and they would be around $2000 per month, thank fuck I don't live there. Comparing my Spanish hospital experience to the UK when I had a heart attack 4 and a half years ago: 7 hours on a trolley waiting for a bed, 3 days wait to have the angioplasty and see the cardiologist ( 5 minutes) and the echodoodle done by a nurse who then passed it on to the cardio bloke to review about a week later. Spain wins!

My beans are back! I have walked 15 ks in the last 4 days, I managed 200meters swimming yesterday when I couldn't do 50 three weeks ago, my fancy new Garmin vivoactive 4 is bossing me around and keeping tabs on my ticker, so touch wood, fingers crossed and all that other old bollocks everything will be fine for another few years. I just hope I don't have to have another one of those fucking awful, painful Covid tests when I go back for my cardio appointment. Am I just a wimp? The bloke in the bed next to me in the emergency ward had one down and did not screech like a girl and shout out 'aarrrrgggg, fuck, that really hurt!'.
Well done Dorset. 200m in your pool, is probably about 40 lengths eh? ;)
 
Dorset

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Well done Dorset. 200m in your pool, is probably about 40 lengths eh? ;)
20 lengths, it's 10m across (diagonally) - and @Yid - I will be doing the shark swim next week, Mrs D won't let me go in the sea this week, she gets a bit worried when I get ticker problems and I am banned from doing extreme sports like carrying the shopping into the house from the car and cleaning the windows - result! Like I said, I would rather swim with sharks than have another one of those Covid tests, but I still wouldn't go in a room where there was a wasp. When we lived in Australia we went on a Tiger shark tagging expedition with some chaps and chapesses from Queensland University, we spent 10 days really far north and a day's boat journey out on the Barrier reef diving with those beauties and the only time I freaked out and screamed until I was sick was when a wasp flew onto the boat. Wasps are total cunts.
 
Yid

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20 lengths, it's 10m across (diagonally) - and @Yid - I will be doing the shark swim next week, Mrs D won't let me go in the sea this week, she gets a bit worried when I get ticker problems and I am banned from doing extreme sports like carrying the shopping into the house from the car and cleaning the windows - result! Like I said, I would rather swim with sharks than have another one of those Covid tests, but I still wouldn't go in a room where there was a wasp. When we lived in Australia we went on a Tiger shark tagging expedition with some chaps and chapesses from Queensland University, we spent 10 days really far north and a day's boat journey out on the Barrier reef diving with those beauties and the only time I freaked out and screamed until I was sick was when a wasp flew onto the boat. Wasps are total cunts.
How did a wasp fly that far out to sea???
 
Dorset

Dorset

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How did a wasp fly that far out to sea???
I told you - they are cunts and they can track me down anywhere,...and the boat was moored off an island where the turtles came to lay their eggs and the Tiger sharks came to eat the turtles, otherwise we would have been in the middle of the fecking sea with nothing but Oceanic Whitetips and they are total cunts, I saw one of them once and didn't hang around to find out if it was hungry, and trying to catch one of those fuckers and tag it would not be fun - and the wasps of course came from the island to attack me.
 
skiathospurs

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I told you - they are cunts and they can track me down anywhere,...and the boat was moored off an island where the turtles came to lay their eggs and the Tiger sharks came to eat the turtles, otherwise we would have been in the middle of the fecking sea with nothing but Oceanic Whitetips and they are total cunts, I saw one of them once and didn't hang around to find out if it was hungry, and trying to catch one of those fuckers and tag it would not be fun - and the wasps of course came from the island to attack me.
I saw the white tips are rated most dangerous of sharks,ate all those poor yanks in ww2.Saw a thing on them,they can hear splashing about from miles away,like a dinner bell for them.
 
Style And Glory

Style And Glory

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I saw the white tips are rated most dangerous of sharks,ate all those poor yanks in ww2.Saw a thing on them,they can hear splashing about from miles away,like a dinner bell for them.
Reminds me of that scene from Jaws where Quint describes his WWII experience after his ship was sunk. Dozens of men huddling together in the moonlit water being picked off by the sharks.
 
skiathospurs

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Reminds me of that scene from Jaws where Quint describes his WWII experience after his ship was sunk. Dozens of men huddling together in the moonlit water being picked off by the sharks.
was it the indianapolis`?+1,000 men in the water,a handful survived the sharks.I saw interviews with survivors,basic training told them to splash about to scare the sharks away,they now know that just rang the dinner bell and brought even more to the feed.
 
Style And Glory

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was it the indianapolis`?+1,000 men in the water,a handful survived the sharks.I saw interviews with survivors,basic training told them to splash about to scare the sharks away,they now know that just rang the dinner bell and brought even more to the feed.
Yeah it was the Indy. Can't imagine what that must have been like just watching... & waiting... wondering if you'll be next while other's screams are muffled by the sea as they are taken under.
 
spurious

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Yeah it was the Indy. Can't imagine what that must have been like just watching... & waiting... wondering if you'll be next while other's screams are muffled by the sea as they are taken under.
Reminds me of the mess hall at cross-country training camp back in me uni days.
 
Dorset

Dorset

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I saw the white tips are rated most dangerous of sharks,ate all those poor yanks in ww2.Saw a thing on them,they can hear splashing about from miles away,like a dinner bell for them.
Yep, they are scary fuckers. I was a diver and instructor for many years, thousands of dives, all warm water because I am a total pansy about cold water. Actually I did some diving round Sydney and in New Zealand that was fucking cold, around 17 degrees. I hated it, a semi-dry wetsuit is fucking uncomfortable and you need to weigh yourself down with 30kg just to sink, most of my diving was without a wetsuit and no weights - I used to be fit with low body fat so I sunk easily!

Anyway,, back to the sharks.

I just looked back through my logbooks and I have dived with loads of different types of sharks Tigers, Hammerheads, White tips, Black Tips, Guitar, Whale, Nurse, Grey Reef, Caribbean Reef, Bronze Whaler (1 in the distance, fecked off quickly),Copper, Leopard, Port Jackson, Silky, Silvertips and Wobegongs, but they don't really count because they are funny cute little doodahs - the only one that ever scared me was the Oceanic White Tip, I had a feeling about that huge fucker, it was looking at my dive group in a very funny tone of voice so I got 'em all out of the water pronto. There was one other incident when some daft Dutch fucker was feeding surgeon fish with hard-boiled eggs (really stupid, I saw a fellow instructor get his hand sliced down to the bone by one of them bastards) and a big great reef shark started getting a bit uppity but that wasn't really that scary and everybody survived.

Hammerheads were my favourites, they make me laugh, especially when I got a dose of nitrogen narcosis on a deep dive and went a bit mental, more mental than usual. Whale sharks are incredible, I like them very much. I took a Belgian bloke out on his first open water dive and we saw a baby one - about 4m. He asked me afterwards if we saw them every day so I told him I had been diving for donkey's years with about 3,000 dives in my logbook and that was only he third one I had ever seen! The biggest one was about 8m and that was like the Battlestar wossisname going over.
 
Don Diaz

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Yep, they are scary fuckers. I was a diver and instructor for many years, thousands of dives, all warm water because I am a total pansy about cold water. Actually I did some diving round Sydney and in New Zealand that was fucking cold, around 17 degrees. I hated it, a semi-dry wetsuit is fucking uncomfortable and you need to weigh yourself down with 30kg just to sink, most of my diving was without a wetsuit and no weights - I used to be fit with low body fat so I sunk easily!

Anyway,, back to the sharks.

I just looked back through my logbooks and I have dived with loads of different types of sharks Tigers, Hammerheads, White tips, Black Tips, Guitar, Whale, Nurse, Grey Reef, Caribbean Reef, Bronze Whaler (1 in the distance, fecked off quickly),Copper, Leopard, Port Jackson, Silky, Silvertips and Wobegongs, but they don't really count because they are funny cute little doodahs - the only one that ever scared me was the Oceanic White Tip, I had a feeling about that huge fucker, it was looking at my dive group in a very funny tone of voice so I got 'em all out of the water pronto. There was one other incident when some daft Dutch fucker was feeding surgeon fish with hard-boiled eggs (really stupid, I saw a fellow instructor get his hand sliced down to the bone by one of them bastards) and a big great reef shark started getting a bit uppity but that wasn't really that scary and everybody survived.

Hammerheads were my favourites, they make me laugh, especially when I got a dose of nitrogen narcosis on a deep dive and went a bit mental, more mental than usual. Whale sharks are incredible, I like them very much. I took a Belgian bloke out on his first open water dive and we saw a baby one - about 4m. He asked me afterwards if we saw them every day so I told him I had been diving for donkey's years with about 3,000 dives in my logbook and that was only he third one I had ever seen! The biggest one was about 8m and that was like the Battlestar wossisname going over.
I used to love a bit of diving about a 100 years ago. Only did the PADI open water thing, but it was in Australia on the Barrier Reef so we were lucky with what we saw and fantastic coral etc. Only sharks were small black and white tip reef ones and they swam off when they saw you. The closest I've got to a Great White is in a dive cage in South Africa, when one pushed it's nose through the bars seeing if we were up for lunch.....that made the heart beat a bit quicker. I love their grace and silent stealth in the water, a fantastic killing machine, you wouldn't want to be a South African seal living close to Cape Town, eh?
 
Dorset

Dorset

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I used to love a bit of diving about a 100 years ago. Only did the PADI open water thing, but it was in Australia on the Barrier Reef so we were lucky with what we saw and fantastic coral etc. Only sharks were small black and white tip reef ones and they swam off when they saw you. The closest I've got to a Great White is in a dive cage in South Africa, when one pushed it's nose through the bars seeing if we were up for lunch.....that made the heart beat a bit quicker. I love their grace and silent stealth in the water, a fantastic killing machine, you wouldn't want to be a South African seal living close to Cape Town, eh?
Those little black tips are beautiful little critters! We took our kids and first grandson to the Maldives when I used to earn a quid or two and I remember the brat freaking out when one swam past him. They look like proper sharks, arrogant, sleek but small, I think they only grow to about 1.5 metres.

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I ain't not never seen no Great Whites and I don't particularly want to. There's been a lot of folks eaten in Oz this year, I think it's 5 so far, I'm glad I didn't know that when I lived there I was in the sea for about 3 hours every day! I remember there used to be a radio tagged White shark called Eric and whenever the local news reported he was around the surfers all disappeared from Bondi, which was a bit daft because he was the only one with a radio, all the others could sneak up and eat you without you knowing they were there - and they have shark nets which I am very much against because they trap all sorts of fish and kill them . If you want to avoid being eaten by a shark, don't go in the ocean - simples.
 
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