Latest classy show from hibs fans

wearetheppl

Active Member
Thats a very strange thing to be singing about. Its not funny or inventive and i suspect was made up minutes before the video was made.

Young lads on a train and thinking they are funny and have a good wee story to tell... "Remember that time we sang that Caroline Flack song on the train." Silly wee boys.
 

GarMckin

Well-Known Member
Had look through the twitter of the guy in the photo and there really is no difference between a Hibs supporter and a tarrier. It's just the same classless, scummy behaviour and an unhealthy obsession with Rangers.
 

pelem

Well-Known Member
Coming from the east of Harthill, I know, like and socialise with a lot of decent Hibs fans. They would be as disgusted with that footage as we rightly are - if not more so.


Show them it, see whit their reaction is, then get back tae us.
 

tazzabear

Well-Known Member
Tin hat on. I agree its disgusting but are they breaking any law?
What does breaking the law have to do with it.
It‘s them acting like scum that’s the important message here.
Actually, it isn’t them acting like scum.
They‘re demonstrating that they are scum.
 

kennymac

Well-Known Member
I'll say it.
Is it sad? Aye. Are they fannies? Aye.
Is social media the death of society? Aye.
Have I heard worse on supporters buses over the years? It probably wouldn't make the top 40.

Oh, and it's shite. And %^*& Hibs.
That's not a supporters bus though. Why should other people be subjected to their classless, moronic behaviour.
 

bluetwo15

Well-Known Member
What does breaking the law have to do with it.
It‘s them acting like scum that’s the important message here.
Actually, it isn’t them acting like scum.
They‘re demonstrating that they are scum.
My point as I explained in another message is that we also sing some stupid songs for example change it to the Lisbon lions won’t see ten in a row ?
 

Lanark Bear in the NE

Well-Known Member
Tin Hat on

Is this really any different to what we sing about Bobby Sands or Johnny Doyle in the past ?
Both the above have no relevance to RFC
 
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