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Dunbar Hibee
15-01-2012, 10:53 PM
Not only is he gash on the park, he is an absolute knob off it too!! met him and Stacky and Scott Smith at fountain park and he was absolutely out of it behaving like a total erse. Security had to have words with him every 5 minutes! Seen Spoony coming out of the casino as well looking a bit gutted, must have lost big :greengrin

Wotherspiniesta
15-01-2012, 10:57 PM
What was he doing?

Dunbar Hibee
15-01-2012, 10:58 PM
What was he doing?

Jumping about like a fanny hassling everyone walking past and just generally acting the big shot. He's not good enough to behave like that! Think Stacky was a bit embarrassed tbh.

Scouse Hibee
15-01-2012, 11:00 PM
Not only is he gash on the park, he is an absolute knob off it too!! met him and Stacky and Scott Smith at fountain park and he was absolutely out of it behaving like a total erse. Security had to have words with him every 5 minutes! Seen Spoony coming out of the casino as well looking a bit gutted, must have lost big :greengrin


Met him off the park and thought he was sound. Like minded scousers maybe :greengrin

Dunbar Hibee
15-01-2012, 11:01 PM
Met him off the park and thought he was sound. Like minded scousers maybe :greengrin

Must be the drink then mate! But he was acting very stupidly.

Scouse Hibee
15-01-2012, 11:09 PM
Must be the drink then mate! But he was acting very stupidly.

Nah I'm not defending him mate, if you say he's acting like a knob then fair enough.

HibbiesandtheBaddies
16-01-2012, 12:11 AM
Jumping about like a fanny hassling everyone walking past and just generally acting the big shot. He's not good enough to behave like that! Think Stacky was a bit embarrassed tbh.


There is a recognised way to deal with intransigent Scoucers. Wave yer hands about shouting "Ahright!, Ahright! Calm Down! Calm Down!"

7858

They should teach this to kids at school, along with CPR and "Act F.A.S.T" for strokes.

Scouse Hibee
16-01-2012, 12:16 AM
There is a recognised way to deal with intransigent Scoucers. Wave yer hands about shouting "Ahright!, Ahright! Calm Down! Calm Down!"

7858

They should teach this to kids at school, along with CPR and "Act F.A.S.T" for strokes.

:greengrin

DAVE1875
16-01-2012, 12:40 AM
I doubt Graham "The Six Pack" Stack was happy at O'Hanlon's carrying on

gackohibs
16-01-2012, 06:58 AM
Theyve obviously stumbled from the Ian Murray darts event at corn exchange.

3pm
16-01-2012, 08:29 AM
Jumping about like a fanny hassling everyone walking past and just generally acting the big shot. He's not good enough to behave like that! Think Stacky was a bit embarrassed tbh.

I'd have believed you if you had said something other than 'jumping'. He doesn't do it on a Saturday.

He also doesn't hassle anybody when he is playing so Calderwood obviously watched him in action after he'd consumed a few beers.

Row H
16-01-2012, 08:35 AM
I'd have believed you if you had said something other than 'jumping'. He doesn't do it on a Saturday.

He also doesn't hassle anybody when he is playing so Calderwood obviously watched him in action after he'd consumed a few beers.

:faf:

VivaPalmeiras
16-01-2012, 08:48 AM
Maybe you can get a job as the discipline police ;)

Did you actually meet him? What was the conversation like to make you draw your conclusion?

What constitutes in your mind acting like a big shot and "hassling folk?"

Sorry fed up with these stories that should stand up to a bit of scrutiny.
everyone has different opinions other might have said he was just being a lad/joker ?

R'Albin
16-01-2012, 09:07 AM
I'd have believed you if you had said something other than 'jumping'. He doesn't do it on a Saturday.

He also doesn't hassle anybody when he is playing so Calderwood obviously watched him in action after he'd consumed a few beers.

:hilarious :top marks

machibby
16-01-2012, 09:31 AM
Not only is he gash on the park, he is an absolute knob off it too!! met him and Stacky and Scott Smith at fountain park and he was absolutely out of it behaving like a total erse. Security had to have words with him every 5 minutes! Seen Spoony coming out of the casino as well looking a bit gutted, must have lost big :greengrin

Saw him at Ian Murray's darts afternoon. Seemed pretty quiet and mild mannered there, but they were having a good scoop. Bit harsh on the guy, you never been a bit of a d!ck when you've had a few too many?

Bayern Bru
16-01-2012, 12:41 PM
Nah I'm not defending him mate, if you say he's acting like a knob then fair enough.

Bloody hell, you and O'Hanlon are more alike than I first thought! :greengrin

.Sean.
16-01-2012, 01:10 PM
Not only is he gash on the park, he is an absolute knob off it too!! met him and Stacky and Scott Smith at fountain park and he was absolutely out of it behaving like a total erse. Security had to have words with him every 5 minutes! Seen Spoony coming out of the casino as well looking a bit gutted, must have lost big :greengrin

Did you meet up with B? Meant to phone you, battery was deid.


FWIW I was with Sean O'Hanlon for a bit and he was brand new mate?

Dashing Bob S
16-01-2012, 01:26 PM
Was in his company once and he seemed a nice enough chap. But drinking all afternoon and into the evening has the potential to turn anybody -albeit temporarily- into a tw$t.

I'd suggest as long as nobody was assaulted, no property was damaged, and - the most unpardonable offence in my book- no ladies were insulted or disrespected, it might be best if people refrained from posting impressionistic gossip about players.

HibbyAndy
16-01-2012, 01:33 PM
My girlfriend is/was his midwife to his recently new born kid.You couldnt meet a nicer guy, Absolute gentleman.

aljo7-0
16-01-2012, 01:37 PM
My girlfriend is/was his midwife to his recently new born kid.You couldnt meet a nicer guy, Absolute gentleman.

It was a wee boy they had then :greengrin

Future17
16-01-2012, 03:10 PM
I'd have believed you if you had said something other than 'jumping'. He doesn't do it on a Saturday.

He also doesn't hassle anybody when he is playing so Calderwood obviously watched him in action after he'd consumed a few beers.

So you're suggesting we should get him p****d before matches? :greengrin

Beefster
16-01-2012, 03:35 PM
I'm going to nominate Sean O'Hanlon as scapegoat of the season.

My porn stash has gone missing and I bet it was that ******* O'Hanlon who nicked it. ****.

Exiled Hibby
16-01-2012, 03:44 PM
I'm going to nominate Sean O'Hanlon as scapegoat of the season.

My porn stash has gone missing and I bet it was that ******* O'Hanlon who nicked it. ****.

that should help stiffen up our defence :greengrin

Dunbar Hibee
16-01-2012, 10:39 PM
Saw him at Ian Murray's darts afternoon. Seemed pretty quiet and mild mannered there, but they were having a good scoop. Bit harsh on the guy, you never been a bit of a d!ck when you've had a few too many?

Not really, he was being a fanny. Yes but I am not a professional footballer.:wink:

Dunbar Hibee
16-01-2012, 10:40 PM
Did you meet up with B? Meant to phone you, battery was deid.


FWIW I was with Sean O'Hanlon for a bit and he was brand new mate?

Nah was trying to get a hold of him but couldn't mate. Must be the drink but I can assure you , O'Hanlon was acting like a class A welt

Dunbar Hibee
16-01-2012, 10:43 PM
Maybe you can get a job as the discipline police ;)

Did you actually meet him? What was the conversation like to make you draw your conclusion?

What constitutes in your mind acting like a big shot and "hassling folk?"

Sorry fed up with these stories that should stand up to a bit of scrutiny.
everyone has different opinions other might have said he was just being a lad/joker ?

Yes I met him. Spoke to him for a while though didn't get much sense out of him as he was too busy trying to wind my pal up. Him, Stacky and Smith were playing pool and O'Hanlon was acting like an erse because he was clearly hammered. Not trying to say he is like that without a drink in him but was a bit surprised, thats all.

greenlex
16-01-2012, 10:44 PM
Im a complete tool after about 4 pints. Thats why I dont drink. :agree:

Wotherspiniesta
16-01-2012, 11:27 PM
From 2 year banning orders from every nightclub in Edinburgh, pissing against walls in why not and decking Callum Elliot on a night out to ....."acting like a bit of a fanny" at the bowling.

Our standards of drinking have dropped dramatically.

Worrying times ahead.

Judas Iscariot
17-01-2012, 08:35 AM
From 2 year banning orders from every nightclub in Edinburgh, pissing against walls in why not and decking Callum Elliot on a night out to ....."acting like a bit of a fanny" at the bowling.

Our standards of drinking have dropped dramatically.

Worrying times ahead.


:agree:

Bin him asap!!!

H18sry
17-01-2012, 08:44 AM
Im a complete tool after about 4 pints. Thats why I dont drink. :agree:

:cool2: are you sure it takes that long :greengrin

greenlex
17-01-2012, 09:27 AM
:cool2: are you sure it takes that long :greengrin
You're right. Maybe I should have said.
Im a complete tool. Worse after 4 pints.:greengrin

silverhibee
17-01-2012, 12:56 PM
From 2 year banning orders from every nightclub in Edinburgh, pissing against walls in why not and decking Callum Elliot on a night out to ....."acting like a bit of a fanny" at the bowling.

Our standards of drinking have dropped dramatically.

Worrying times ahead.


Another reason to get that naughty boy back again. :greengrin

VivaPalmeiras
17-01-2012, 01:41 PM
Yes I met him. Spoke to him for a while though didn't get much sense out of him as he was too busy trying to wind my pal up. Him, Stacky and Smith were playing pool and O'Hanlon was acting like an erse because he was clearly hammered. Not trying to say he is like that without a drink in him but was a bit surprised, thats all.

Sounds like fact he was trying to windup your mate is a big factor in this?
Fair enough wasn't there guess there are two sides to every story.