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Those England World Cup Jokes In Words And Pictures

by | 29th, June 2010

ENGLAND are a joke. At the World Cup the lads showed the fans exactly what you get when a marketing department runs the England team – and the spoilt players believe their own hype. England are ridiculous. And they deserve to be laughed at:

* Osama bin Laden has just released a new TV message to prove he is still
alive. He said that the England Team performance on Saturday was completely
s**t. British intelligence have dismissed the claim, stating that the
message could have been recorded anytime in the last 44 years.

* Robert Green – The only man to leave Africa with out catching anything .

* In a statement from broadcasting house, all future England games will now
be shown on the gay porn channel. It is thought that 11 arseholes being
regularly shafted is too explicit for regular TV.

* I can’t believe we only managed a draw against a s**t team we should easily
have beaten……I’m ashamed to call myself Algerian.

* The England team went to visit an orphanage in South Africa this morning,
“Its so good to put a smile on the faces of people with no hope, constantly
struggling, and facing the impossible” said Jamal Omboto, aged 6.

* Fifa have released a statement saying the fan didn’t break into the
dressing room after all, but was let in by Rob Green.

* What’s the difference between Rob Green’s spill and BP’s spill?
– Robert Green has got a cap for his.

* Fabio Capello was wheeling his shopping trolley across the supermarket car
park when he noticed an old lady struggling with her bags of shopping. He
stopped and asked, “Can you manage dear?” To which the old lady replied,
“No way. You got yourself into this f*****g mess, don’t ask me to sort it

* The FA have launched an inquiry to find out how a fan found his way into
the dressing room. And another enquiry into how Aaron Lennon found his way
into the dressing room.

Spotter: Yampster


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