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  1. As a Jags fan of nearly 40 years this one has to be my favourite - I know a lassie, a bonnie, bonnie lassie, she's as tight as the paper on the wall (on the wall ) she's got legs like a spider I'd love to fkin ride her Mary fae Maryhill altogether now ... I was just about tae pump her when her t*ts felll out her jumper and her knees were banging on the wall (on the wall ) she's got a big fat belly her eyes were awfy skelly Mary fae Maryhill
  2. It's on my bucket list ... just fukn die and spare us the details please The Olympic Park here in Rio is buzzing - bollocks the venues are 3/4 empty - lucky if there were 100 people watching the 34 mile cycling time trial today
  3. take him to see the Jags - two games at Firhill and he'll be back on the piss guaranteed
  4. That's appalling! Is the grammar on display on this 'pupil contract' symptomatic of the standards within the classroom at this school? If I had a kid at this school I'd be quite concerned. Sounds like a primary school populated solely be women teachers who simply can't be ersed with the bairns kicking a ball during breaks & are looking to swiftly get the whole cohort grounded for the session - what a bunch of zoomers! How about a few more: I will not play long bawls I will not say "year maw" I will not play tick-e-tack style
  5. The blue pound is only worth 5 pence - especially if you happen to be a creditor of oldco.
  6. I was a bit like the OP last year - added it up after seeing some baldy masterchef presenter doing a programme on monthly shopping spend - discovered that I was about £650 for 2 weeks and the wife was about £500 for her 2 weeks - a right fkin eye opener. In addition to shopping in the wrong places for the big shops, the main problem was almost daily drop-ins to get £10 here, £20 there extras throughout the month. Out went M&S/Waitrose/Sainsburys for me and I now happily do my 2 shops at Lidl with a small trolley-full coming in about £70 and the rest gets topped up at Morrisons - have saved nearly £3k in past year if that's an incentive. Sadly the missus simply will not go to Lidl and her twice monthjly bill is the same. Plan the meals - but what's needed and stay away from mid-week trips for extras. For the record I was buying for a family of 5.
  7. Lost best part of 3 stones in 3/4 months by having either fruit or a soup at lunch during weekdays at work - normal breakfast & dinner More exercise - played fitba, went for the odd run but took the dug a 3/4/5 miler each day at brisk pace - weight just dropped off. Less drink - that was the real bassa. And stay away from Killie pies - those bastards have Type 2 Diabetes written all over them!
  8. rangers players broke the golden rule as the losing team with a pitch invasion - get the fk out of dodge at full speed - dawdling about on a pitch with that in full swing was naive - however aas I have mentioned before the players should not have been assaulted
  9. Normal service is resumed - moments before kick-off two rousing renditions of 'we hate celtic f***** b******* " - most probably from that famous minority and there was me thinking they were playing Hibs and so the songs went on throughout the match unchallenged by the thousand strong police & security team. Speaking as a neutral (the jags) delighted to see the Hibs win the trophy after such a long time - thoroughly deserved and a decent match too. As for the pitch invasion it was a joyous outpouring for the majority which did get out of hand - but there was absolutely no need for either the hibs fans to get involved with Rangers players or the fans of the losing teamto get themselves onto the pitch and involved in the general fracas (clearly unable to learn from multiple past indiscretions i.e. Barcelona, Hampden 1980, Manchester etc). I would hope that high quality footage of each and every moron who engaged in anti-social behaviour (from the hibs fans involvement with the players to those rangers fans seen on video clips tonight involving themselves in group stampings) are identified and shoved in the clink. Shame about the pitch getting partially wrecked ahead of tomorrow's amateur cup final - also surprised there was any grass left at all after the pitch was cleared - I'm sure though the lads of Colville Park & Leven Utd will have played on worse this season through the winter.
  10. In reply to the OP I'd like to nominate Ken McIntosh (the new speaker) as complete political non-entity who has wangled himself back into Holyrood on the list to collect a £60k MSP salary in addition to the £40k top up for sitting on his arse all day as presiding officer. Cannot name one thing this teuchter has done this last 16 years in the constituency - only see the greaseball when he needs your vote.
  11. she's a total zoomer - must have an album ready for release
  12. OLAS wake me up I'm dreaming been on the Old No 7 since full time - the Arabs and quite possibly those Killie khunts going down in the same season ... it's a real pity that Airdrie finished mid-tabel as that would have been an unbelievable full house.Could only be bettered by the twa cheeks going out of business.
  13. no need for one - Scargill has already given the eventual verdict - The 78-year-old told 5 live’s Rowan Bridge: “A full inquiry will reveal that they concocted stories, they told lies.”
  14. I asked you to explain - but you obviously don't have an opinion so have to lift quotes and video from wherever (Hitchins/wikipedia etc) - do you actually have any well formed opinion?
  15. " I'm a bit of an anti-semite to be honest "