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Discussion in 'Away team dugout' started by harrys lovechild, Sep 30, 2011.
he didnt drop this one,
David Ge Gea caught stealing dougnut from Tesco allegedly | Mail Online
Haha. I worked for Krispy Kreme for a short time when I first moved to Manchester and I actually fitted the counetr in the store he stole from, he must be f*%?ing stupid to do that.
Fergie said "he's not used to the culture". What do they do in Spain? Steal ****ing doughnuts and sangria from all the shops and walk out shouting?!!?! Boob.
I've done the same thing accidentally. Walked into a shop and picked things up that i was going to buy, get lost in my thoughts and when i regain sanity I'm half way down the road with the items in my hand thinking "Wait WTF did I pay for these?!!?" The audacity actually eat the doughnut in the shop without paying is hilarious though. Can't wait for his english to improve, hopefully he is a funny guy.
I once did the same with chewing gums.. back in 1993.. refugee allstars..
Gomes would have gotten busted for the same thing but he dropped the doughnut before he could eat it. I kid, I kid. I saw the story this morning and was hoping for some crime more devious than grand theft pastry but I'll take what I can get. My bigger concern is he is with a few buddies, talking loud, and downing junk food? Sounds like the actions of a person high on marijuana cigarettes.
I think Bennie Mccarthy may have also been visiting a donut factory recently!
I know it's so easy. Those young chaps in the recent 'disturbances' that started in Tottenham forgot to pay for their trainers, TVs, booze and stuff. Oh well they probably didn't understand the culture.
I think the real crime here is that a single doughnut costs £1.19
And we all know that's just the standard glazed ring one as well.
OK OK I ADMIT IT! In stores where they sell fresh cashews and almonds I usually grab a few to munch on and not pay for them ok!
I know. I woke up with a brand knew tv and ipod. I feel very cultured
didnt take long to pick up the habits of the locals. dirty northener
Think they understood it only too well myself!
De Gea getting his punishment:
Krispy Kreme has made it to the UK? Wow.
Good afternoon, sir, and welcome to 2003.
I am quite happy to remain behind the times, thank you very much.
I ask because I remember when there were two Krispy Kremes in existence- both here in NC. One was close to my grandparents house, and has some family sentiment (and no doubt a multiple-bypass surgery or two) attached to it.
Recently we went to the big city, yes the metroplois that is Bournemouth. We saw some of these Kripsy Kreme chappies in a supermarket. I thought they were like those fake dog plops you used to get in the joke shops, but then Mrs Dorset explained that people actually eat these things! Well I never!