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  1. howfin

    FOR SALE - Pallets

    The title just reminds me of pat the pallet prick fae still game
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    Gnome Tip !!!

    Hopin therell be a few easy yins the night been a wee while between drinks al am sayin pal
  3. howfin

    Gnome Tip !!!

    Just arrived on ma banana boat doon the clyde dropped aff the day hard life
  4. howfin

    Gnome Tip !!!

    Cheers wee yin, just what a needed tae start ma night. hinkin av ye wee man love u loads
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    Gnome Tip !!!

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    lildevil 5000x

    Congrats pretty sick cash the fuck out
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    1730 Celtic v Hibernian

    Cup Semi Final action the day, paving way for an Old Firm final depending on results today and tomorrow. Going for Celtic & BTTS 21/10. HH. Reigning League Cup champions Celtic will face-off with a struggling Hibs on Saturday at Hampden Park. Can the Easter Road stop the Hoops’ streak in this competition? Hibs will play this semi-final game after chaining together 6 consecutive draws, with the last 5 coming in the league. Their first draw came against Kilmarnock in the previous round of this competition and they have failed to win in their last 10 matches. Their last 5 games have failed to end goalless, with Paul Heckingbottom’s side scoring and conceding an average of 1.4 goals. In the League Cup, the Hibees finished on top of Group C with 11 points, winning 3 of their 4 group stage games and drawing the other, taking the bonus point in the process. The Edinburgh club needed extra-time to beat Greenock Morton in the first knock-out round, also defeating Kilmarnock on penalties following a goalless 120 minutes. The pressure will all be on Celtic as they try and make it to their 4th consecutive League Cup final, failing to lose in this competition since crashing out to Ross County in January 2016. Given their recent form in all competitions, the Hoops look like they’ll make it. The Hoops have played just twice in the cup since the start of the season, narrowly beating Dunfermline Athletic 2-1 in extra-time before thrashing Partick Thistle 5-0 in the next round at the end of September. Since their defeat to Livingston at the start of October, Neil Lennon’s side has gone on to score a whopping 16 goals and conceded just once to Lazio. Hibs need luck on their side if they’re to make it to the final and given their 6 consecutive draws, it’s hard to see where they’ll draw inspiration from to knock Celtic out – although the Hibees could do so given the magnitude of the fixture. Celtic have been ruthless in recent weeks and currently seem unstoppable on all fronts, so it’s no mystery that we’re backing the Glasgow outfit to take the win here and for both teams to score, as Hibs have seen that occur in 100% of their last 5 matches, whilst Celtic have conceded in 2 of their last 5. The Hoops have scored an average of 3.2 goals in their last 5 matches.
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    1945 Celtic v St Mirren

    Depends on the team for sure. I hate betting on Celtic even with their strongest team out as the odds are always just shite either way
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    1945 Celtic v St Mirren

    Anyone going? Halloween eve spectacular at paradise? A struggling St Mirren side faces the tough test of visiting Celtic Park during the week, where they’ll be hosted by Celtic. Can the hosts show their superiority once again? Celtic have been ruthless in all competitions this season and even more so at home, despite the Glasgow club only playing 4 times at Parkhead in their opening 10 games of the campaign. The Hoops have been on absolute fire at home, failing to lose a single one of their last 8 games, which extends to a whopping 23 games in the Premiership. Neil Lennon’s side has also proven to be unstoppable going forward, scoring an incredible 19 goals from their 4 home ties whilst only conceding twice. Celtic have also just come from a convincing 4-0 win over Aberdeen at Pittodrie following their midweek win over Lazio in the Europa League. St Mirren will be eager to pick up their first points of the season away from home, as the Buddies have failed to do so in all 5 of matches played outside the Simple Digital Arena. Moreover, they’ve yet to play a side in the places in the league table. Despite losing all their away trips so far, St Mirren has put in decent performances that have been tainted by the final score. Jim Goodwin’s side is yet to keep a clean sheet and they’ve also conceded an average of 1.6 goals. However, the Buddies have managed to score in 40% of games but score a measly 0.4 goals. It’s very difficult to think of any other outcome other than a win for Celtic here. Neil Lennon could decide to rotate a few players looking ahead to their League Cup semi-final at the weekend, but even then Celtic’s B team is good enough to cause their visitors a headache. We don’t think the Hoops’ unbeaten run at home is going to end here, which is why we’re backing them to win to nil here and with a final score of 4-0, as the hosts score an average of 4.75 goals and St Mirren have yet to keep a clean sheet away from home.
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    1215 Aberdeen v Celtic

    Deffo should be goals, though its a fuckin cold day man and clocks goin back could fuck everyone, easily see it being 00 or 11
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    1215 Aberdeen v Celtic

    Celtic travel northeast where they’ll be hosted by 5th-placed Aberdeen at Pittodrie. Aberdeen finally put an end to their 3-game unbeaten run last week with a convincing 3-0 win over an in-form Motherwell side. The Dons were able to keep a clean sheet after conceding 8 times in their 3 games before their latest victory. Derek McInnes’ side has remained undefeated at Pittodrie, winning once and drawing twice in all 3 of their home ties so far this season in the Premiership. The Dons have scored in 100% of their games at Pittodrie and bag an average of 2 goals, but have only kept a clean sheet in 25% of those fixtures. League leaders Celtic will go into this tie on a high after an impressive comeback against Lazio on Thursday, beating the Italians 2-1. It was the first goal the Hoops had conceded at home in their last 3 games. However, despite their record at Celtic Park, Celtic are winless in their last 3 away games, drawing twice as well as suffering a 2-0 defeat to Livingston. The Hoops have conceded an average of a goal a game away from home but have scored in 80% of those matches. Aberdeen have a huge task at hand and Celtic, on paper, will more than likely take all 3 points here, bar a miracle from the hosts, as the Dons concede an average of 1 goal at Pittodrie but have scored in 100% of home matches. Despite not excelling in their recent away ties, the Hoops have still managed to get the job done most of the time, although their average goals for has dropped down to 1.8 per game and have conceded in 60% of them. I feel that the Hoops might not get a win here, so seeing as any Celtic win is pointless of betting on, going to back a 1-1 draw for this tie. 15/2.
  12. howfin

    Today’s selections

    Goin down nicely sweetheart
  13. howfin

    Today’s selections

    Shite... wine it is
  14. howfin

    Tha Animals Fight Back

    Wonder if the Deer had him medium rare to enjoy his glorious victory
  15. howfin

    Today’s selections

    Tinkerbells c unt 1815 balls deep