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Re: Eurovision 2019 πŸŽ€πŸ’ƒ


@jonsie wrote:

I'm surprised we got 16 to be honest....


You and me both. The reality is this, if we had Tom Jones, Elton John or even The Rolling Stones, who still fill stadiums and venues all over the world, singing the most greatest song ever heard, we still wouldn't win.

Time to pull out and save ourselves the annual humiliation.

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@Cleoriff wrote:

@jonsie wrote:

I'm surprised we got 16 to be honest....


You and me both. The reality is this, if we had Tom Jones, Elton John or even The Rolling Stones, who still fill stadiums and venues all over the world, singing the most greatest song ever heard, we still wouldn't win.

Time to pull out and save ourselves the annual humiliation.


Totally agree, @jonsie and @Cleoriff 

Not only that but UK has some of the greatest song writers of all time and even if they composed the UK entry, we`d still finish last. The question is "why does the UK pride itself on worldwide humilation", I mean we are a joke over Brexit and then put ourselves forward for this talentless show. 

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In embarrassed to say I'm from the UK. Anyone asks, I'm Thai!

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And after correcting for a glitch in the voting, the UK ends up supporting the entire competition this year, with just 11 points...Astounded

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" Correcting a glitch in the voting"??

Even more evidence, if any needed, that the whole competition is a fix. Lets just get out now. Evil

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@Cleoriff wrote:

" Correcting a glitch in the voting"??

Even more evidence, if any needed, that the whole competition is a fix. Lets just get out now. Evil


I’m heading down to the polling station  Smiley Indifferent

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@Ian_ wrote:

@Cleoriff wrote:

" Correcting a glitch in the voting"??

Even more evidence, if any needed, that the whole competition is a fix. Lets just get out now. Evil


I’m heading down to the polling station  Smiley Indifferent


Been there, done that @Ian_  wink

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Polling, yes, picking the right party and holding them accountable is key...
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@pgn wrote:
Polling, yes, picking the right party and holding them accountable is key...

Done it. Just need everyone else to vote sensibly!

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@jonsie wrote:

@pgn wrote:
Polling, yes, picking the right party and holding them accountable is key...

Done it. Just need everyone else to vote sensibly!


Good man, @jonsie

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