Trips to Inverness and Aberdeen offer the Celtic support travelling from the west of Scotland ample opportunity for the odd libation at early lunch stops along the way. As a result, recent seasons have seen enemies of our club set their recorders to capture every utterance from the famous Celtic away support, keen to grab an opportunity to expose and exploit anything which could possibility cause offence. These people are a bit like the National Viewers’ and Listeners Association, but with tattoos and a more libertarian take on profanity.
The ice cream and jelly show these guardians of public morals had to endure on Saturday would have caused ultimate distress. Ultimate, that was, until Sunday brought a new level of consciousness. And profanity.
It’s almost like everything is coming together for one side of the city while the other side is being Flushed Away. Like a horrible wee jobby.
Yesterday may have been the most enjoyable day I’ve had reading Celtic Quick News. As a result, I used the ‘share’ button at the bottom of each comment extensively. If you are on Facebook or Twitter you can use this button to post your own comment, in context, to your social media facilities.
You can also use it to share, or give prominence to, any comment you think important enough for a wider audience, or simply because it is too funny not to share. There is a lot of great material on here that deserves to be read as widely as possible.
By default, the share facility places the article title in the text box, which is not very helpful. So if you use it (which I hope you do after the trouble Andrew in Belfast went to installing it in the first place), it’s a good idea to copy some of the comment and past that into the dialogue box.