Where were you when Leicester won the Premier League?
Where were you when Leicester won the Premier League?
At Frog Island watching on the telly, m8
I was on a date and during the date checked my phone and saw it was a comfortable 2-0 tottenham, checked a while later and it was 2-1 and hotting up so I made my excuses to the lady and found the nearest whetherspoons and watched it with a pint of strongbow.
not knowing that 2-0 is the most dangerous lead
I was in the uni library watching it on my laptop and spent a few hours after the match shitposting
i slept late and think i failed my exam the next day
At the pub pre-game, then at my mates places who I go down the KP with. AT 2 - 0 I was saying 'it's the most dangerous lead,'
Went spastic when Hazard scored that.
at home, masturbating furiously
In a foreigners bar in Barcelona surrounded by Chelsea fans.
In bed. Asiatime reasons.
I was sucking my hiv positive uncle's dick
asking some bird from indothailaysianamstan or wotever chink country it is for a rimmy :D
sitting on the couch like the leicester players were
exactly were i am now, on a corner of my couch with my computer on my lap, shitposting on Sheeky Forums
norwayposter has no idea what the fuck he's talking about
obvious sarcasm in case down syndrome too strong
At home watching Mark Selby, the jester from Leicester, become world champion in snooker.
I was in Leicestershire (though not quite Leicester itself) because it's where I live. Not a Leicester fan though, so I was pretty indifferent to it all.
Wetherspoons don't show football unless it is on terrestrial TV. You're a fucking liar.
t. unironically a Wetherspoons employee
you can tell he was lying just because he didn't call it Spoons
he even misspelled it
PS: is the pay alright?
calm down, zdenek
Same here lad but luckily I only needed a 30% on it to pass the class
university exams here work differently. there aren't any midterms, only finals, and they're for the entire year's content not just a semester
im legit fucked
I worked in a spoons for a little while, the pay is okay but it depends what job you're doing, at least from what I experienced there's a lot of politics going on, if you're on the managers good side you get a nice easy job working behind the bar, if not you end up waiting and clearing tables which is a lot more hectic and I think most Wetherspoons have a system where all the tips are pooled together and distributed equally, so it's kind of a kick in the teeth to those waiting on tables.
I was at my patient's home watching it just after I shoved a tube up his cock to attaching it to his piss bag, it's pretty cool being a district nurse
In front of my PC, watching it on a somewhat choppy stream, knowing that I really should be working on a university assignment.
I still did the assignment the next day, but it kept me up until 4 in the morning. Falling asleep during a lecture on organic chemistry is just a slight bit embarrassing.
handing in my manchester city supporters card and lining up for a /lifelong/ supporters card.
how is Kramarić doing in Bundesliga?
all the tips are pooled together and distributed equally
Does this really happen?
What is wrong with Europe?
was at home watching the match
Was excited for a few minutes when Hazard scored but then you know, Leicester were gonna win it anyway
tips also aren't mandatory
and if you dont tip they dont spit in your McRib
where in Leics?
better not be Hinckley or Harborough
Watching the snooker finals ngl
be on raw dikes road when lad rings
"OI YA FECKIN CANT LESTA TOP OV THE LEAGUE MATE LESTA CHAMPS"
Nice. They're both crap anyway, regards LE2 posho.
There won't be a dry eye in the stadium when he sings, holy fuck.
Harborough has a Wetherspoons?
Saving Hoffenheims ass, he is really good
Hinckley's Spoons is one of the worst i've been in to.
Well everyone is paid a minimum wage, tips are just a little bonus you usually only get £1 or £2 instead of 30% of what you paid. It also depends where you work, some places let you keep the tips for yourself, others pool them together.
99% of people that work in pubs or restaurants are students or Australians on a gap year anyway, the turnover rate is extremely high and there's always a fresh supply of people to replace you when you inevitably quit within a year.
If this was a yank side, they'd play some cancer like Jay Z or Kanye.
My local spoons has sky. So has every other one I've ever been to. Go be wrong somewhere else
Mate I've been in like one with sky, but 99% of them don't
They've just been forced to give us a payrise (due to national living wage), and as my manager constantly reminds us, it's 'killing the company'. I'm over 21, so I'm on £7.25p/h, which isn't too bad for an unskilled job. Kitchen staff get paid more too, apparently that's more stressful (even though you have to deal with the customers if they fuck up the order). The work can be shit, especially if you've got customers treating you like dirt, but on the other hand working in a pub can be quite fun at times, so it's not too bad.
At least in the 2 pubs I've worked (one in West Midlands one in East Midlands) tips are incredibly rare so staff usually just keep them if they're given one. No one tips for a meal at Wetherspoons (even though we do exactly the same job as regular waiters but with more customers than most restaurants) - that's one perk of getting pub-grub I guess. Foreigners sometimes tip for drinks, and sometimes a British person will buy you a drink (although Wetherspoons policy is you have to print out a receipt for it and get the customer to sign for it with a manager present). I once got a £10 tip from some old ladies who didn't realise it wasn't a proper restaurant, and £6 from a foreign bloke cos I brought a cake for his kid and sung happy birthday, but other than that I've never made more than £1 at a time.
Nah in a town not too far from Leicester. Don't want to say which one cos I've already given too much info away goddamnit.
I'm pretty sure this is bullshit, although maybe in some of the bigger cities one or two pubs might have it. Not in general though. Not exactly sure why, but different managers have told me things like Sky were charging too much, or they don't want football fans to trash the pub.
Nah in a town not too far from Leicester.
if you're north of Leicester I'm pretty sure I already know which one
At Stamford Bridge - quite a few Leicester fans went to that game
I was in my third-world-country inmate-paid cell, working for my corporate masters located abroad. Trying to steal the broadcast by lurking for stream links in the 4 chins. Then the entire catalogue changed when pic related.
Biggest goal of Hazard's career.
Was having a late dinner and about to do an hour or two of revision for EU law when I checked on here and saw the shitposting because Chelsea equalised. Watched the end of the game and spent the rest of the night shitposting here.
Being a sadcase, watching the stream and checking the thread for the full 90 mins
Honestly though Tottenham had it but yet again they surprise me with their choking
remembering something for a whole year
Jesus that sounds awful
Stuck on the island of Chiloe on Chile. They are having a protest and there is no way to leave the island. They have started fires everywhere and there is no way of escape. Wish I never went to South America. Last week in Santiago some mountain monkey tried to steal my bag.
Leicester cheered me up a bit, kinda wish I was back in Scotland.