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Old 09-27-2012, 05:46 AM   #101 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Froot View Post
Not the sportiest person in the world, but will occasionally drop by East End and cheer on my Pars :3



Aye...fitbawww...
I was about to say "Oh Jesus you poor soul" but then I remembered that as well as supporting CELTIC I also support



(Mainly because their attendance was so poor they'd give away tickets to games at school every Friday.)

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imo you can swap teams before like the age of 5. you don't get the concept of loyalty to a team, etc etc. after that you're a gloryhunting bandwagoner.
Pretty much that too by the way, I came from a family with a Ranger's supporting dad and a Celtic supporting mum which to people who don't understand THE OLD FIRM sounds like nothing but... it's... intriguing. Anyway yeah until I was like 6 I was a Rangers supporter (I guess), mainly due to the clothes being bought for me and then I realised Rangers were a team filled with ape men and neanderthalic fans and GLORIOUS HENRIK LARSSON STARTED WITH CELTIC AND



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