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What say you?

Poll ended at 16 Mar 2020

Yay
1
33%
Nay
2
67%
 
Total votes : 3

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby SnookerFan

csprince wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:Yar or Nay?

u haven't voted u berk.


I tend not to in my own polls, at least not straight away.

I want to see what others think. I know what I think.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby csprince

SnookerFan wrote:
csprince wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:Yar or Nay?

u haven't voted u berk.


I tend not to in my own polls, at least not straight away.

I want to see what others think. I know what I think.

fair enough i retract my berk comment.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby SnookerEd25

McManusFan wrote:Well didn't really enjoy them, although I did enjoy how angry Dave Hendon seemed about the whole thing.


Let's hope Ali Carter is OK with them :gag:

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby Iranu

McManusFan wrote:Well didn't really enjoy them, although I did enjoy how angry Dave Hendon seemed about the whole thing.

Why was he angry?

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby csprince

Iranu wrote:
McManusFan wrote:Well didn't really enjoy them, although I did enjoy how angry Dave Hendon seemed about the whole thing.

Why was he angry?

he wasn't angry more mildly unhappy.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby McManusFan

Well he didn't sound like he was going to burst any blood vessels, but he did sound pretty peeved. He kept asking why it couldn't have been held 15 minutes ago, and seemed to get more irate the longer it went on. Safe to say I didn't think he was a fan.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby SnookerFan

McManusFan wrote:Well he didn't sound like he was going to burst any blood vessels, but he did sound pretty peeved. He kept asking why it couldn't have been held 15 minutes ago, and seemed to get more irate the longer it went on. Safe to say I didn't think he was a fan.


More bemused than anything.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby chengdufan

Can anyone explain this? I don't get the commentary so have no idea what is going on.
Liang is 3-2 up on Cahill and they've broken into some kind of knockabout.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby chengdufan

The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby SnookerFan

chengdufan wrote:The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?


I wouldn't trust that clown to lay the table for dinner, let alone anything else.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby Juddernaut88

SnookerFan wrote:
chengdufan wrote:The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?


I wouldn't trust that clown to lay the table for dinner, let alone anything else.


I'd trust him more than Ronnie!

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby SnookerFan

Juddernaut88 wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:
chengdufan wrote:The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?


I wouldn't trust that clown to lay the table for dinner, let alone anything else.


I'd trust him more than Ronnie!


That goes without saying.

Ronnie would try to recruit the green ball to his breakaway tour.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby SnookerFan

SnookerFan wrote:
chengdufan wrote:The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?


I wouldn't trust that clown to lay the table for dinner, let alone anything else.


Bit harsh.

Was I on my period?

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby HappyCamper

chengdufan wrote:The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?


saw elliot slessor do this the other day at the welsh, when the ref had left presumably for a comfort break. i suppose if they do it correctly there is no harm and saves a bit of time.

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby mantorok

SnookerFan wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:
chengdufan wrote:The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?


I wouldn't trust that clown to lay the table for dinner, let alone anything else.


Bit harsh.

Was I on my period?


Not sure, but this was worth bumping for "berk" rofl

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby SnookerEd25

SnookerFan wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:
chengdufan wrote:The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?


I wouldn't trust that clown to lay the table for dinner, let alone anything else.


Bit harsh.

Was I on my period?


You were a bloody fool, for sure :no:

Re: The ten minute practice sessions

Postby Iranu

SnookerFan wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:
chengdufan wrote:The ref is back, but Liang has racked up the reds???

Surely the ref has to set the table up, rather than Liang wenbo?


I wouldn't trust that clown to lay the table for dinner, let alone anything else.


Bit harsh.

Was I on my period?

Was it Scullion?


   

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