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On 9 Dec 2009 at 6:13pm MonkeySeeMonkeyDo wrote:
Someone told me you guys had been moaning about/supporting the tubthumpers after late night shopping well I thought I'd read what you've been saying, and I am surprised at the malicious tone that some of you have used. Do you think it is necessary to mention Adams full name on this forum? When you all quite happily hide behind your pseudonyms.
I am proud to play with the tubthumpers, I was playing with one arm behind my back and a drink in the other, I wasn't out of time. We practice weekly and are trying to improve each time we play (only started in April.)- It's Christmas we thought we would pass on some cheer - which we did!
(Might I add we did stop when we realised we were interrupting the drama thingy and the Carol singers didn't seem that bothered.)
On 9 Dec 2009 at 9:47pm ron wrote:
noone likes you in or out of bonfire. waste of time same old rubbish over and over you go round thinking your s**t dont stink w*****S the lot of you x
On 9 Dec 2009 at 10:29pm Observant. wrote:
DFE! Is that your dulcid tones I hear a ringin'...?
On 9 Dec 2009 at 10:36pm Smiler wrote:
I like the TubThumpers I hope they do more drumming
What is your problem ron?
Is it personal?
On 10 Dec 2009 at 7:39am mr happy wrote:
I also like the tub thumpers and know some of them. What is the matter with people like ron? Obviously leading a very sad little life somewhere to be so nasty about a nice group of people who have got together to have a laugh and try something different. Why dont you get a hobby ron or is your only hobby coming onto forums and slagging off people - I feel sorry for you!
On 10 Dec 2009 at 4:53pm Cliffe TubThumper wrote:
Rons Hobby is with his right hand! Come and teach how to drum properly then ron, as you seem to be the expert!
On 10 Dec 2009 at 5:36pm spongebob wrote:
Got no probs with thub tumpers smiler.....especially on bonfire night when i'm at home. Not appreciated on xmas shopping night though. Just get the impression that absolutely EVERYTHING has to evolve around bloody bonfire.
On 10 Dec 2009 at 5:39pm MonkeySeeMonkeyDo wrote:
Ron I think you need to get over it, because we are going to continue. - AND Do you need to be that rude??!! (Hee hee I'm kind of glad that we've upset you, because you are obviously not a nice person.)
We have new members joining us also plenty of encouragement and good comments from those in bonfire societies and out. So tough tits!
Thank you smiler and mr happy and all those who DO support us we appreciate it!
See you at the next one...! Monkey.
On 10 Dec 2009 at 5:48pm Rons GP wrote:
Ron suffers from a very rare form of ingrown pen1s syndrome. Hence the fiddling with his right hand Cliffe TubThumper.
On 10 Dec 2009 at 5:49pm MonkeySeeMonkeyDo wrote:
Sponge bob, yes we are all Cliffe members, but we were representing the tubthumpers on late night shopping - it is just a bit of fun and most of the people I saw in the crowds were dancing and enjoying themselves, isn't that the whole point? FUN? Do you remember that? No malice intended. Monkey
On 10 Dec 2009 at 5:51pm Spongebobs GP wrote:
What a freak coincidence. So does Spongebob! :|
On 10 Dec 2009 at 5:58pm demon2 wrote:
theres not many shops in lewes' and there over priced
On 10 Dec 2009 at 6:02pm MonkeySeeMonkeyDo wrote:
demon2 you are a bit random!
p.s. check your apostrophes. (Or was you being funny?)
On 10 Dec 2009 at 6:07pm Observant. wrote:
Back again DFE...How many more names you gonna adopt then...Ron,Demon 2....Can't wait.
On 11 Dec 2009 at 10:23am C. Zonal Spoonerism wrote:
only 2 questions for you, you little shaft of wit you (no point for spotting that spoonerism though) - and I'll compile the quiz for your single-digit IQ as a simplefill in the blanks...
Question One:
What TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS SONG was covered by Bing and Bowie may Christmasses ago?
"The Little WHATmer Boy"
Question Two:
In the TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS SONG (no points for spotting the theme here either) "The Twelve days of Christmas" what does my true love give to me on the 12th Day of Christmas?
"Twelve WHATmers WHATing"
Seasons Greetings - now go stuff a red-hot poker up ypur arse - the COLD end - so you burn your hand when you pull it out you pitifull nincompoop
On 11 Dec 2009 at 10:47am Tickled. wrote:
Shaft of Wit.....
Love 'em.
On 12 Dec 2009 at 11:39am guy wrote:
ron you are spot on i bet if you spoke to most bonfire people there would love to see the drumming d***s pack it in. one more thing are they a band?
On 12 Dec 2009 at 12:56pm Observant wrote:
I thought that last post was from DFE / ron / demon 2...Can't have been him/her though.
He used a full stop and a question mark.
On 14 Dec 2009 at 10:13am DFE wrote:
change your name to "not very observant"
On 14 Dec 2009 at 3:40pm spongebob wrote:
z'anal......bwahahahahaha. No probs with "little drummer boy" etc etc but when you get the Cliffe tubthicktons smashing out bonfire tunes whilst dressed in black and white stipey bonfire costumes, it just smacks of "we're a little bit up ourselves"

Give me Bing and Bowie any day..... bar-uppa-pom-pom.

Next ?
On 14 Dec 2009 at 4:01pm mr happy wrote:
How can a group of people banging a drum look like they are up themselves? Is everyone in a band up themselves or what about choirs are they up themselves? Spongebob you are a twat!
On 14 Dec 2009 at 5:09pm LG wrote:
I think the Tubthumpers should play the hunters of on boxing day from the Crown Hotel, i think it would be brilliant :-)))))
On 14 Dec 2009 at 5:36pm spongebob wrote:
Mr Happy....they don't look like they're up themselves....they ARE up theselves.

Mr happy, you're a double twat.
On 15 Dec 2009 at 1:35pm Humbug wrote:
What are you talking about Spongebob? Perhaps you could expand on which 'bonfire tunes' they were playing? And what, if anything, about what they were doing was 'up themselves'. If it was just that they were wearing black and white, then I suggest that you must have some kind of inferiority complex or other personal issue if you find that a problem. Also, what grounds to you have for calling them 'thicktons'?. I appreciate it is a word you have made up yourself (how clever of you), and I assume that you are implying that they are uneducated, but please give us the benefit of your undoubted wisom as to why you describe them as such.
Just a thought meanwhile, why not try and give us an intelligent answer this time instead of one of the childish, abusive or anti bonfire rants that you normally do.

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