Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by Twizzle, Dec 9, 2015.
Exactly. Why would you want to wish one of these merkins well when they leave?
I think you'll find the wrestle is a fairly new addition to the game lingard.
Cue lingard's stories on how Clive Thistlethwaite first introduced the wrestle in an Amco Cup semi final replay in 1952 between Glebe and Erskineville...
I seem to recall Nathan Cayless tearing his pectoral muscle in a wrestling tackle against the Storm. So what's your point?
Pou doesn't have a point.
He just likes to argue.
In every post
In every thread.
Another effort by the forum windbag and forum no it all to move the the goal posts yet again.
Yep pretty much, thank goodness we have him to educate us on the game of RL. Not sure how we all got along before he arrived to brighten all our lives and teach us the ways of the game of RL.
Don't start posting in Haiku just before you get on a boat....
Pou says some smart things.
Pou knows his Rugby League.
Pou also doesn't know when to stfu.
That's what makes him annoying, but I reckon he also likes being annoying, because then, he can keep arguing. That's his bread and butter. He thrives on it.
Aren't you sitting on the dunny with some stomach bug?
Pou does know his RL, sadly got him it's only about of what he thinks he knows.
Can argue like a beast I will give him that.
Cupla days mate, cupla days.
What's yours? You don't believe the Nathan Cayless style forward became less effective (and therefore less common) over the course of his career?
The game has changed a lot since Cayless debuted in the 90s. I can't see why you would argue otherwise except for your need to chase me around the forum trying to score a point.
I find it interesting that the people who complain most about Pou polluting the airwaves are the ones who give him the most oxygen. And then they complain more because he outlasts them with his appetite for debate.
Having said that, hes a merkin of the highest order because his capacity for typing out shit on an interweb forum
Is sooo much higher than mine.
Since the 10 metre rule was introduced, winning the play the ball has always been the most essential ingredient for success.
Worst. Haiku. Ever.
Yeah, but can he jam his can up a chicken's backside? I don't think so.
That means you win, sir.
P.S. Despite my cheap chicken shot, you are spot on about the number of people who are obsessed about trying to 'score a point' against Pou.
There are 4 or 5 people who spend at least 50% of their time trying to discredit him.
Separate names with a comma.