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hi

ive watched basildon town 1st team play a few times at home and apart from wanting to slit my wrists i started to wonder on the following points......

should town be moved out of basildon due to the smell of the local people?

should town take up dogeball and give up football because they're not very good are they?

should we just nuke the hole town?

your opinions would be great.:monkey:

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Sir, I must enquire if perhaps you are from Beijing? I have heard of this phenomenon before in that chinese people find the "westerner" to be of vile pong due to the high proportion of dairy products in our diets. I understand that the good people of China and other Asian countries really do find our presences sincerely revolting.

Perhaps if "we" were to visit the Inuit of Qikiqtaaluk (Baffin) we might be forced to hold a perfumed kerchief to the nose since the people of that locale cover their skins with whale fat and assorted stinky coatings to protect against extreme cold.


It just goes to show that everybody can find somebody smells smellier.


Or perhaps you were just confusing Basildon with Grimsby.

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Sir, I must enquire if perhaps you are from Beijing? I have heard of this phenomenon before in that chinese people find the "westerner" to be of vile pong due to the high proportion of dairy products in our diets. I understand that the good people of China and other Asian countries really do find our presences sincerely revolting.

Perhaps if "we" were to visit the Inuit of Qikiqtaaluk (Baffin) we might be forced to hold a perfumed kerchief to the nose since the people of that locale cover their skins with whale fat and assorted stinky coatings to protect against extreme cold.


It just goes to show that everybody can find somebody smells smellier.


Or perhaps you were just confusing Basildon with Grimsby.


Or Rhodes?

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mr purple bishop im actually from biggleswade the home of southill alexander!!!!

what an awful team they are! only surpassed in in bad football by the long ball hit and hope team basildon town.

they had a good few players (southill) at the end of last year thou what happened to them?

back to my original post i find the stench to just be in basildon whether its down to a lack of personal hygene or whether the football teams stench has just spread i don't know, i just know that they stink

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Ha ha - you really must have seen us play!

I've been to Basildon, it's really not that bad. I've spent worse times in Wolverhampton.




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Why should someone from Biggleswade be coming down to watch Basildon Town?

Sometimes, if the wind is in the wrong direction, there is a whiff from the sewage works at Nevendon, which is a mile or two away from the Selex Club bar.

It's certainly not the local people. It may be that you are bringing the smell with you ;-)

Edited by Beeswax, 5 November 2010 - 02:26 PM.


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hi

ive watched basildon town 1st team play a few times at home and apart from wanting to slit my wrists i started to wonder on the following points......

should town be moved out of basildon due to the smell of the local people?

should town take up dogeball and give up football because they're not very good are they?

should we just nuke the hole town?

your opinions would be great.:monkey:


Really? This season?

As for being from Biggleswade, you come a long way to watch "wrist slitting football". :smilewinkgrin:








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Edited by Hookey, 5 November 2010 - 04:48 PM.


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feel free to slit your wrists whenever you want.

Edited by rookie, 5 November 2010 - 05:09 PM.


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I've been to Basildon, it's really not that bad

Loosely - Yes and here are the pictures to prove it:

http://forum.vancouv...p?TID=3231&PN=2

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mr purple bishop im actually from biggleswade the home of southill alexander!!!!

what an awful team they are! only surpassed in in bad football by the long ball hit and hope team basildon town.

they had a good few players (southill) at the end of last year thou what happened to them?

back to my original post i find the stench to just be in basildon whether its down to a lack of personal hygene or whether the football teams stench has just spread i don't know, i just know that they stink



Concord Rangers delightful little Thames Road ground actually backs onto a less than fragrant sewage farm. Strange place Canvey Island and the only decent thing that has ever come out of it, to the best of my knowledge, is the A13.

Edited by officialspokesman, 5 November 2010 - 08:01 PM.


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I've been to Basildon, it's really not that bad

Loosely - Yes and here are the pictures to prove it:

http://forum.vancouv...p?TID=3231&PN=2

Yes idiot, very helpful - except that is a thread about our pre-season in 2009/2010 with Basildon United - not Basildon Town which this thread is about. The pictures for some reason are at Cheshunt - trick question for football trivia?

The Bees have a fairly worn but comfortable ground, people in general are friendly as I'm sure is the case at Bas Town.

Why don't you join Basildon-whatadump in quietly opening your veins? Go on, do us all a favour.

Edited by loose, 5 November 2010 - 08:41 PM.


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That thread, as well as this one, are all time classics, I still roll around in the isles laughing every time I read them:

http://forum.vancouv...p?TID=3231&PN=1

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That thread, as well as this one, are all time classics, I still roll around in the isles laughing every time I read them:

http://forum.vancouv...p?TID=3231&PN=1


The Scilly Isles Rhodesly?

It's aisles Rhodders, rolling around in the aisles.




What a cretin.




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