Celtic fan launches dating service

douzpwa

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https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/2606713/celtic-fan-dating-service-frolicing-fenians/

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Celtic fan ‘dating service’ named ‘Frolicing Fenians’ invites Hoops-daft singles to ‘have a laugh and hook up’ as they bond over Parkhead club


Members are urged to continue their love affair for the club in positive chats, while page admins say they have banned subjects like 'Sevco' and won't accept 'obscenities like who wants their hole'

By Gary Taylor
7th May 2018, 12:10 pm

Updated: 7th May 2018, 12:10 pm
CELTIC fans looking for love may finally find their significant other following the launch of a new Hoops-inspired “dating service”.

A Facebook page named “Frolicing Fenians” invites Celtic singletons to “have a laugh and miby hook up” after meeting matches in the safety of a closed group.


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KENNY RAMSAY - THE SUN GLASGOW
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Group has over 140 members in less than a week
The group, which has raked in 141 members in less than a week, is run by Hoops-daft Brian Morrison, along with Shirley Nieve McLean, Stuart Heafey, Brian Ralston and Corinne McIvor.

And it seems like romance is in the air, with the page sporting over 50 posts today alone.

Members are urged to continue their love affair for the club in positive chats, while page admins say they have banned subjects like “Sevco” and won’t accept “obscenities like who wants their hole”.

And admins are cracking down on sleaze ruling that members should tag people in posts before initiating private messages.


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The page reads: “A group for the single Celtic FC fans to have a laugh and miby hook up.

“No Sevco stuff on page, its not a discussion board to air your views on that shower eh sh*te.

“It’ a group where you can post your love for Celtic and miby get with someone who supports the same team.

“So hey have fun Bhoys and Ghirls and he never know you miby just get lucky.”



It continues: “There will be no obscenities like who wants their hole to the ghirls or bhoys – we like to keep the group free from such things.

“Just have fun, talk away, post your love for Celtic and if some 1 catches your eye tag them in a post then they can decide if they want to add you and have a pvt chat.

“Don’t just go adding them – oh admins get 1st choice eh the singles lol.”

It comes just as Facebook announced plans to release its own dating service in the coming months.

The new feature will allow users to build a separate dating app that is hosted within the main site – but promises friends won’t see you flirtatious efforts.
Swingers?
 

Davie Weir

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https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/2606713/celtic-fan-dating-service-frolicing-fenians/

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Celtic fan ‘dating service’ named ‘Frolicing Fenians’ invites Hoops-daft singles to ‘have a laugh and hook up’ as they bond over Parkhead club


Members are urged to continue their love affair for the club in positive chats, while page admins say they have banned subjects like 'Sevco' and won't accept 'obscenities like who wants their hole'

By Gary Taylor
7th May 2018, 12:10 pm

Updated: 7th May 2018, 12:10 pm
CELTIC fans looking for love may finally find their significant other following the launch of a new Hoops-inspired “dating service”.

A Facebook page named “Frolicing Fenians” invites Celtic singletons to “have a laugh and miby hook up” after meeting matches in the safety of a closed group.


https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/2606713/celtic-fan-dating-service-frolicing-fenians/#
KENNY RAMSAY - THE SUN GLASGOW
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Group has over 140 members in less than a week
The group, which has raked in 141 members in less than a week, is run by Hoops-daft Brian Morrison, along with Shirley Nieve McLean, Stuart Heafey, Brian Ralston and Corinne McIvor.

And it seems like romance is in the air, with the page sporting over 50 posts today alone.

Members are urged to continue their love affair for the club in positive chats, while page admins say they have banned subjects like “Sevco” and won’t accept “obscenities like who wants their hole”.

And admins are cracking down on sleaze ruling that members should tag people in posts before initiating private messages.


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The page reads: “A group for the single Celtic FC fans to have a laugh and miby hook up.

“No Sevco stuff on page, its not a discussion board to air your views on that shower eh sh*te.

“It’ a group where you can post your love for Celtic and miby get with someone who supports the same team.

“So hey have fun Bhoys and Ghirls and he never know you miby just get lucky.”



It continues: “There will be no obscenities like who wants their hole to the ghirls or bhoys – we like to keep the group free from such things.

“Just have fun, talk away, post your love for Celtic and if some 1 catches your eye tag them in a post then they can decide if they want to add you and have a pvt chat.

“Don’t just go adding them – oh admins get 1st choice eh the singles lol.”

It comes just as Facebook announced plans to release its own dating service in the coming months.

The new feature will allow users to build a separate dating app that is hosted within the main site – but promises friends won’t see you flirtatious efforts.
Jakey bastards the lot o them
 

devilman

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My goodness - can you imagine just how smelly a group that would be? On another note - if a group use a word to describe themselves on a regular and widespread basis how can it then be considered offensive? Surely it's the same as calling them Celtic fans if they insist on calling themselves Fenians.
 

Luca Stroppi

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For a moment I thought this was a joke but quickly remembered they are not normal so it’s not really surprising they would come up with this idea.
 

TQ3

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Their “dating gallery” will be like the Jackie tims thread.
Obviously aiming for the high end of the market by excluding “who wants their hole?” but narrowing down their demographic to about 10 monsters by banning anything sevco.
Before the app, it was called a “family party” amongst the unwashable.
 
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