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I bet it was marckee and his crew.
smahing up a cereal cafe; despite everything, bit weird?
can we just leave it at that
saying that some of the bars in Nottingham should take it as warning.
I mean, what!?
we come across them through work a fair bit. they all proper dingbats and all. any excuse to don a pig mask and start harassing the police
and their misguided and misled followers
"It’s senseless violence, isn’t it? We’ve had some letters through the letterbox saying ‘die hipsters’ and stuff but nothing to this extreme. It just doesn’t make sense."
is they're forcing me to take the cereal brothers' side.
DiS was basically all for it
I'd say the average tone was indifference.
'#hatecrime' to describe it. Who would have guessed that they were completely tone deaf and lacking self-awareness?
Where was Balonz at the time of the incident?
*Crafty Croc was a short-lived baddie in the Coco Pops adverts who was always trying to mischievously steal a bowl of Coco Pops.
Wouldn't surprise me - he looks the type.
of this cereal café never ceases to confuse and amuse me. Genuinely is a bit of a brain bender.
Cunts couldn't even smash a cafe right.
Kett's Rebellion was a revolt in Norfolk, England during the reign of Edward VI, largely in response to the enclosure of land. It began at Wymondham on 8 July 1549 with a group of rebels destroying fences that had been put up by wealthy landowners. One of their targets was yeoman farmer Robert Kett who, instead of resisting the rebels, agreed to their demands and offered to lead them.
It is untrue and I was confusing it with a prior rebellion
as a symbol of the utterly embarrassing shite that goes on in awful parts of London
The protesters 'tried' to break the cafe's windows. Easily the shittest anarchists since Chumbawamba threw water over Prescott.
There was a time in the 90s when it happened pretty-much every year. I guess they save their beeves for the EMAs nowadays.
Makes me think it was actually a much more peaceful protest than is being made out.
to drum up publicity for the place and get the solidarity crew down there for a bowl of crunchy nut