Funniest chant heard?

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Funniest chant heard?

by sloughroyal123 » 21 Oct 2015 17:36

Best one I've heard was Watford away last season. Adam Johnsons having a party, so bring your daughter and her barbie :lol:

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by genome » 21 Oct 2015 18:49

@ Efe Sodje

He's got a dead badger, on his head, he's got a dead badger on his head

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Fluff » 21 Oct 2015 21:09

"oxf*rd like a bucket" against Stoke at Elm Park

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by The Cap » 21 Oct 2015 22:04

Must admit it was probably at the Stad, when we were playing some Northern team. A 'well proportioned' geezer in the away support got both barrels of 'Jacamo, jacamo, jacamo'. This was before some little kiddie suddenly appeared to one side of him. Big mistake, as the chant went straight into 'that kid, you're fu*king squashing that kid, you're fu*king squashing that kid,....' FAF :lol:

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Nameless » 21 Oct 2015 22:09

Nothing will come close to the 45 minutes of Rufus is a dog's name and derivatives.
Slightly worrying , but very funny.


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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by The Cap » 21 Oct 2015 22:18

Nameless wrote:
Nothing will come close to the 45 minutes of Rufus is a dog's name and derivatives.
Slightly worrying , but very funny.


Remember it well.

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Sutekh » 22 Oct 2015 08:59

With Fulham coming up, one that I always remember from the terraces of Craven Cottage back in the day with an over efficient plod was

"He's there, he's there
We're not allowed to swear
Martin Hicks, Martin Hicks"

BTW, shouldn't this thread be on the team board?

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Geekins » 22 Oct 2015 10:02

The Cap
Nameless wrote:
Nothing will come close to the 45 minutes of Rufus is a dog's name and derivatives.
Slightly worrying , but very funny.


Remember it well.


Racists

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by WAZZOCK » 22 Oct 2015 10:09

Yellow stool/red stool - Brighton 2005


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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by tidus_mi2 » 22 Oct 2015 11:18

Maybe I'm easy to please but I always get a laugh our of away fans staying quiet for a long time then suddenly start singing "Shall we sing a song for you?" oh the irony.

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by The Cap » 22 Oct 2015 12:18

Geekins wrote:
The Cap wrote:
Nameless wrote:
Nothing will come close to the 45 minutes of Rufus is a dog's name and derivatives.
Slightly worrying , but very funny.

Remember it well.

Racists

So remembering an event defines a person as being racist? :roll: 'Av a word.

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Upper West Ginger » 22 Oct 2015 12:20

"Tracksuit from Matalan" for one of the away keepers on a cold day. Gabor Kiraly, was it?

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by No Fixed Abode » 22 Oct 2015 13:10

I was at the Chelsea v Nottingham Forest match where "He's got a pineapple on his head" was sung for the first time. 8)

Damon Albarn found it hysterical .


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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by floyd__streete » 22 Oct 2015 13:31

^ Be interesting to know what the crowd was for that game.

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by SCIAG » 22 Oct 2015 13:36

If you still hate Futcher...

Also thought Chelsea at home in 2006/07 had some chants that shouldn't have been possible given the number of plastics present. The whole ground mocking their diving was brilliant.

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Forbury Lion » 22 Oct 2015 13:41

floyd__streete ^ Be interesting to know what the crowd was for that game.
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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Forbury Lion » 22 Oct 2015 13:48

"What a waste of petrol" - sung at the Mad Stad during the petrol crisis a few years back.

"There's only one Steve Stone" - Sung to a player that wasn't Steve Stone after he missed a sitter in a game shortly after we played Nottingham Forest in which Steve Stone missed a sitter.

"Two Lee Hodges, There's only two Lee Hodges" - when the opposition had a player with the same name

"ITV W@nk W@nk W@nk" sung at the Swindon game which was moved by ITV Digital to Valentines day, I'm sure that went down well with them broadcasting the game.

"Lets all do a Chelsea" - diving

Taken out of context, this was funny after the event "Sh*t on the floor, sh*t on the floor" sung to a player at Crystal Palance, Their messageboard had complaints of it being racist chant because the sh*t player happened to be black :roll: :lol:

I personally hope the fire alarms go off by mistake so we can chant "Is there a fire drill"

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Forbury Lion » 22 Oct 2015 13:49

My personal favourite was at my first away game, Palace at Selhurst Park where a number of nobbers led by the burbs started singing "10,000 posts and one away game, Forbury, Forbury" 8) :oops:

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Focher » 22 Oct 2015 14:57

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Re: Funniest chant heard?

by Forbury Lion » 22 Oct 2015 15:10

The Cap So remembering an event defines a person as being racist? :roll: 'Av a word.
Depends what you remember - if you remember setting fire to black people whilst dressed in a white hood then I'm going to go with the racist tag, perhaps unjustly as for all I know you may not have burnt them because of their colour and maybe the choice of outfit was purely for practical reasons.

In this case, you don't claim to remember taking part so you could have been an observer.

Rufus is a dogs name is bullying but it isn't racism. I would put money on any player turning up at the Mad Stad called Rufus getting the same chant regardless of colour.

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