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Shame on the French crowd today: May 30th

partygirl
05-30-2006, 05:21 PM
the Fan's for their booing of Roddick today when he retired his match today.

his injury was documented and he tried to compete, he played 2 sets and only decided to retire after consulting the trainer to be told that his ankle could not be re-taped until the end of a set.

making a smart decision is not poor sportsmanship & its not easy, no one wants to loose in the first round (again) but the fans display today was more than poor

"DISGUSTING. SHAMEFUL. PIGS."

Really...i mean why is this necessary?

oneandonlyhsn
05-30-2006, 05:25 PM
:hug:

Action Jackson
05-30-2006, 05:26 PM
Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Champion number 1
05-30-2006, 05:26 PM
French crowd is getting on my nerves first few days!

rofe
05-30-2006, 05:27 PM
Yup it should not have happened but crowds everywhere want to see a match get completed. As GWH pointed out, Rafter was booed in NY for retiring so it is just not the french.

Also, I wonder how the ESPN commentators viewed the situation considering that they criticized JHH for retiring at the AO when Amelie was just a few games away from victory.

gogo_guga
05-30-2006, 05:28 PM
I honestly think that Roddick deserves it, he's an ass, and plus it's not like he gives shit about what the French have to say about him. He's too cocky to care, so why should you?

connectolove
05-30-2006, 05:30 PM
We better get used to it. We should bet about who is going to be the next booooooed!

Chocobo
05-30-2006, 05:30 PM
the Fan's for their booing of Roddick today when he retired his match today.

his injury was documented and he tried to compete, he played 2 sets and only decided to retire after consulting the trainer to be told that his ankle could not be re-taped until the end of a set.

making a smart decision is not poor sportsmanship & its not easy, no one wants to loose in the first round (again) but the fans display today was more than poor

"DISGUSTING. SHAMEFUL. PIGS."

Really...i mean why is this necessary?

Well I didn't see the match, and if he actually got booed, that's not fair for sure, but it must have been by only a few people, and you don't even know if they were French...So shame on yourself for starting threads like this :rolleyes:

Sorry for Andy btw

morningglory
05-30-2006, 05:30 PM
boooooooooooooooooo booooooooooooo booooooooooo
A big boo to the RG crowd

BelgianWaffle
05-30-2006, 05:30 PM
Of course people care when 15000 people boo them. :rolleyes:
I think in this case he didn't deserve it.

vincayou
05-30-2006, 05:32 PM
Yup it should not have happened but crowds everywhere want to see a match get completed. As GWH pointed out, Rafter was booed in NY for retiring so it is just not the french.

Also, I wonder how the ESPN commentators viewed the situation considering that they criticized JHH for retiring at the AO when Amelie was just a few games away from victory.

The slight difference is that it was in final, that changes everything. Nothing really in common between Roddick's and Justine's attitude.

rofe
05-30-2006, 05:34 PM
The slight difference is that it was in final, that changes everything. Nothing really in common between Roddick's and Justine's attitude.

Objectively, both were in the same losing position. What I am saying is that they were quick to jump on JHH without even giving her the benefit of doubt.

Yappa
05-30-2006, 05:34 PM
The RG crowd is well known for their bad attitude. Just now they booed again when Safin smashed his racquet. The german commentator said that they boo for small reasons like players calling down the umpire to check a ball. Everybody knows that.

nobama
05-30-2006, 05:37 PM
The slight difference is that it was in final, that changes everything. Nothing really in common between Roddick's and Justine's attitude.Also I think people treat not feeling well differently than an injury where you could do more damage if you continued playing. I'm not sure what exactly was wrong with JHH but at the time I believe most people thought it was just stomach flu or something and felt she could've toughed it out so Mauresmo could have a proper win and celebration.

angiel
05-30-2006, 05:44 PM
The French are just bad and sore losers, who only like to win by default, it is a sad day when you are booed because you are sick or unwell - whether you like somebody or not, we are a bunch of sick people here on this board and a sad day for humanity. :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad:

Freeze17171
05-30-2006, 05:44 PM
Objectively, both were in the same losing position. What I am saying is that they were quick to jump on JHH without even giving her the benefit of doubt.

OMG, these aren't even close to comparison. This is the first round of a tournament, and Roddick's injury was well documented and he did try and play through it, but it seemed to get worse as the match went on and there was little chance of him coming back from a 2-0 set hole. He made the smart decision, but you could tell he hated having to retire.

JHH's retirement was FAR FAR FAR worse. This was the finals of a Grand Slam, and she made the commitment to start the match and she should have damn well finished. An upset stomach is not enough reason to stop playing unless you are chucking on the court. She didn't look like she was suffering much, she was just getting outplayed. She completely made Mauresmo's first Grand Slam anticlimatic, as she never got to celebrate a match point and the match just kinda abrumptly ended. She deserves all the flack she got for that move.

Neely
05-30-2006, 05:48 PM
The RG crowd is well known for their bad attitude. Just now they booed again when Safin smashed his racquet. The german commentator said that they boo for small reasons like players calling down the umpire to check a ball. Everybody knows that.
Completely agree with you on everything. I mean people can point out every other single incidents at other tournaments that occured some time as much as they want, it just shows that it can happen everywhere, but none of all this can fit to hold a candle to what happens at RG (almost) every year, almost consistently recently in the past.

Athy
05-30-2006, 05:50 PM
look at it this way - at least now Roddick can pretend to be upset and offended by the booing (a la the Williams sisters at Indian Wells) and he can use that as an excuse not to show up and play pitifully at RG in future!

but realistically, it happens to many players. the crowd was upset that they didn't get to see a match so they booed. if that bothered him then maybe he should chose a career that doesn't involve pleasing people.

Neely
05-30-2006, 05:53 PM
OMG, these aren't even close to comparison. This is the first round of a tournament, and Roddick's injury was well documented and he did try and play through it, but it seemed to get worse as the match went on and there was little chance of him coming back from a 2-0 set hole. He made the smart decision, but you could tell he hated having to retire.

JHH's retirement was FAR FAR FAR worse. This was the finals of a Grand Slam, and she made the commitment to start the match and she should have damn well finished. An upset stomach is not enough reason to stop playing unless you are chucking on the court. She didn't look like she was suffering much, she was just getting outplayed. She completely made Mauresmo's first Grand Slam anticlimatic, as she never got to celebrate a match point and the match just kinda abrumptly ended. She deserves all the flack she got for that move.
The only valid point you have is that Roddick's retirement was a 1st round and Henin's a final (and concluding from that, that a final involves more attention and more expectations by the public what makes a retirement even more noticed than a usual one on court #17 in the early rounds). Everything else: Roddick also made a commitment to start the match, Roddick was also being outplayed (at least from the baseline) by Martin, stomach pain can be as bothering as an ankle; Henin-Hardenne also tried to play through it (she started the match already being ill).

DrJules
05-30-2006, 05:54 PM
Is the title not rather too generalised. The criticism relates to a particular crowd at the French Open not a whole nation but you are blaming a whole nation.

Does this mean I can hold the whole American nation for the behaviour of their president and the American military which continually invades other countries killing their people.

mangoes
05-30-2006, 05:57 PM
Is the title not rather too generalised. The criticism relates to a particular crowd at the French Open not a whole nation but you are blaming a whole nation.

Does this mean I can hold the whole American nation for the behaviour of their president and the American military which continually invades other countries killing their people.


Well, in all fairness, I think yesterday, I read at least three posts attacking Americans over rediculous statements made by American posters. So, that's a trend on MTF.

Action Jackson
05-30-2006, 05:57 PM
Is the title not rather too generalised. The criticism relates to a particular crowd at the French Open not a whole nation but you are blaming a whole nation.

Does this mean I can hold the whole American nation for the behaviour of their president and the American military which continually invades other countries killing their people.

Yes, you can do that and it seems to be OK to do that.

oneandonlyhsn
05-30-2006, 05:59 PM
The only valid point you have is that Roddick's retirement was a 1st round and Henin's a final. Everything else: Roddick also made a commitment to start the match, Roddick was also being outplayed (at least from the baseline) by Martin, stomach pain can be as bothering as an ankle; Henin-Hardenne also tried to play through it (she started the match already being ill).

:yeah: I cant blame players when they retire, some of the injuries can keep them out for so long and have a significant effect on their careers. In JHH's case she had a crazy virus that she had dealt with for so long that almost ended her career, who knows exactly what she was feeling in that match.

Anyway, back to the original topic. Get well Andy :sad:

silverwhite
05-30-2006, 06:00 PM
Yes, you can do that and it seems to be OK to do that.

:D

Neely
05-30-2006, 06:01 PM
Is the title not rather too generalised. The criticism relates to a particular crowd at the French Open not a whole nation but you are blaming a whole nation.

Does this mean I can hold the whole American nation for the behaviour of their president and the American military which continually invades other countries killing their people.
True what you say and thanks for mentioning this because it's always helpful to conjure this up when discussing about such happenings. :yeah:

Action Jackson
05-30-2006, 06:01 PM
:D

Just following a general theme.

Chocobo
05-30-2006, 06:06 PM
Is the title not rather too generalised. The criticism relates to a particular crowd at the French Open not a whole nation but you are blaming a whole nation.

Does this mean I can hold the whole American nation for the behaviour of their president and the American military which continually invades other countries killing their people.

Glad to see there are some reasonable people here...I used to think tennis fans were generally clever enough not to start a specific thread only to blame a nation as a whole and say "shame on the french, they are sore losers etc." for a handful of booing...

silverwhite
05-30-2006, 06:07 PM
Just following a general theme.

I know :p

Action Jackson
05-30-2006, 06:09 PM
Glad to see there are some reasonable people here...I used to think tennis fans were generally clever enough not to start a specific thread only to blame a nation as a whole and say "shame on the french, they are sore losers etc." for a handful of booing...

Booooooo, you are being too thoughtful and before I forget booooooooo.

Neely
05-30-2006, 06:13 PM
Booooooo, you are being too thoughtful and before I forget booooooooo.
booooooooooooo boooooooooooo, a few people are using too much sense.

Action Jackson
05-30-2006, 06:14 PM
booooooooooooo boooooooooooo, a few people are using too much sense.

Booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

vincayou
05-30-2006, 06:23 PM
Booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Boooooooooooooooooooooooo.

You seriously need to learn how to boo properly. I'm French, I can help you.

Action Jackson
05-30-2006, 06:25 PM
Boooooooooooooooooooooooo.

You seriously need to learn how to boo properly. I'm French, I can help you.

I have watched enough Gaudio matches in my time, so I am familiar with the concept of booing.

Chocobo
05-30-2006, 06:25 PM
Booooooo, you are being too thoughtful and before I forget booooooooo.

Sorry, can't help being like that...Maybe I should adapt when I'm here? :p

Booooooooooooooooooooooooooooo then

croat123
05-30-2006, 06:27 PM
shame on the american fans for screaming out during nalbandian's match point vs. roddick at the us open :o

partygirl
05-30-2006, 06:28 PM
Is the title not rather too generalised. The criticism relates to a particular crowd at the French Open not a whole nation but you are blaming a whole nation.

Does this mean I can hold the whole American nation for the behaviour of their president.
yes, you are right.
Disgrace deserves direction.
the title is changed.

Freeze17171
05-30-2006, 06:28 PM
The only valid point you have is that Roddick's retirement was a 1st round and Henin's a final (and concluding from that, that a final involves more attention and more expectations by the public what makes a retirement even more noticed than a usual one on court #17 in the early rounds). Everything else: Roddick also made a commitment to start the match, Roddick was also being outplayed (at least from the baseline) by Martin, stomach pain can be as bothering as an ankle; Henin-Hardenne also tried to play through it (she started the match already being ill).

Unfortunately for your argument, that is the main point of why the retirement was so bad. Players retire all the time during the tournament rounds, however you just don't retire in a final 4 games away from the finish and deprive your opponent of their glory moment if at all possible. JHH seemed fine enough to stay out there during the post-match celebrations.

Corey Feldman
05-30-2006, 06:58 PM
nothing new ..
every year the French fans annoy the hell out of me. (just the fans, i like french people alot)
as commentators always say "the french crowd always think they are part of the show"
no tournie is even close to Wimbledon as far as great fans and proper tennis followers go..
although Henmania can get a bit annoying as well.

Yappa
05-30-2006, 09:25 PM
Hrmm.

Q. Can you comment on the French tennis crowd? You play all over the world. Are they a little different? Are they passionate in a different way? What kind of welcome do you feel they give you?

JUSTINE HENIN‑HARDENNE: Yeah, it is different. I had great moments here, especially on the center court. The French crowd always gave me a great support. I feel a little bit like home here. That's a great feeling. Today, again, I could feel they were behind me a hundred percent. That's a nice feeling.

It's the passion. They know about tennis. Sometimes, you know, they distract a little bit the players, but it's part of the game. We know here it's Paris, it's a bit different. It's okay. I like it.

http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/news/interviews/2006-05-30/200605301148991358520.html

LoveFifteen
05-30-2006, 09:34 PM
The French Open crowd is disgusting. It's ludicrous to compare them to the US Open crowd. Yes, rude incidents have occurred at many tournaments, but the French Open crowd is by far the most classless and disrespectful. I get sick of them booing every time someone wants to look at a line call. I mean, honestly, what the fuck? If I could make one change to the tennis world, it would be making the Italian Open the clay Slam. The French Open does not deserve this honor. The crowds are disgusting.

NYCtennisfan
05-30-2006, 09:35 PM
It was pretty pathetic behavior. Also pathetic has been the abundance of empty seats during the first few days.

NYCtennisfan
05-30-2006, 09:37 PM
Boooooooooooooooooooooooo.

You seriously need to learn how to boo properly. I'm French, I can help you.

:haha:

I have watched enough Gaudio matches in my time, so I am familiar with the concept of booing.

Hehehehe.

celcius
05-30-2006, 09:40 PM
If you didn't know already, the French crowd today booed one of their own, Gael Monfils, because he was spending too much time arguing a call.

I think the French just want entertainment. I think they would have booed any player that still could have played out there (Roddick could still move, but probably not well). They weren't sympathetic, but do you expect them to be Roddick fans and wish for him to save his ankle for the grass season?

Clara Bow
05-30-2006, 09:44 PM
Frankly, as a Nadal fan, I have to admit that I got a bit peeved for the crowd booing a freaking net-cord in his match against Soderling. I mean, come on- that is ridiculous.

scoobs
05-30-2006, 09:45 PM
The French crowds treat it as panto, not sport.

Like when they go off on their mexican wave, ignore all requests to stop for several minutes, then stop when they feel like it, then applaud their own efforts.

Bizarre.

DrJules
05-30-2006, 09:46 PM
If you didn't know already, the French crowd today booed one of their own, Gael Monfils, because he was spending too much time arguing a call.

I think the French just want entertainment. I think they would have booed any player that still could have played out there (Roddick could still move, but probably not well). They weren't sympathetic, but do you expect them to be Roddick fans and wish for him to save his ankle for the grass season?

Gael Monfils and Andy Murray deserved a bit of abuse. They gave a very bad impression of top 50 players for the last 3 sets. In fact the tennis of the last 3 sets was awful.

celcius
05-30-2006, 09:50 PM
Gael Monfils and Andy Murray deserved a bit of abuse. They gave a very bad impression of top 50 players for the last 3 sets. In fact the tennis of the last 3 sets was awful.
I'm not saying that the booing was not justified. They were both awful, and Gael better do something about it if he wants to win his next match.

partygirl
05-30-2006, 09:52 PM
pestilent, the only word i can think of for this Roland Garros crowd.
-blah.-

El Legenda
05-30-2006, 09:53 PM
perfect timing for Roddicks camp to say he is hurt, they know he will lose on clay anyways, so might as well make up bs to go along with it. shame on you roddick, those people paid to see you lose all 3 sets and not quit after 2 and 1 game.
and before roddick fans pull out their pitch forks and start stabbing me, ill say this, you have same amount of proof that he is hurt as i do when i say he is not. :kiss:
:rolls:

scoobs
05-30-2006, 09:53 PM
Whatever. Anyone remember Haas being booed by his home crowd for retiring in his match with a legitimate health issue? People just want to see more tennis, and there are idiots and hecklers in most any crowd.

All Americans are stupid, all the French fans are disgraceful, gay men only come to MTF to view pictures of guys in shorts, clay is for girls, grass is for cows, and every player who loses after holding a leading scoreline is a choker. Anything else? :zzz:

Yes - Federer is a genius and Nadal is lucky. You missed those :D

Allstar
05-30-2006, 10:12 PM
French tennis fans have always been idiots.

If its not that bloody noise they make after every point its the cheering when a player makes an error or double fault

Clara Bow
05-30-2006, 10:15 PM
Yes - Federer is a genius and Nadal is lucky. You missed those :D
You had better watch it scoobs, because you are rabidly joining the list (that includes mandoura :) ) of folks that I want to meet in person.

scoobs
05-30-2006, 10:16 PM
Heh - are you sure? I'm actually a Federer fan, though I also think Nadal is terrific and a total joy to watch.

Lee
05-30-2006, 10:17 PM
Gael Monfils and Andy Murray deserved a bit of abuse. They gave a very bad impression of top 50 players for the last 3 sets. In fact the tennis of the last 3 sets was awful.

Murray obviously had a back problem but Monfils was just BAD. And his arguments about line calls were ridiculous.

Yappa
05-30-2006, 10:19 PM
French tennis fans have always been idiots.

If its not that bloody noise they make after every point its the cheering when a player makes an error or double fault

Oh, I hate these "animal noises" some of the french spectators make with a passion!

perfect timing for Roddicks camp to say he is hurt, they know he will lose on clay anyways, so might as well make up bs to go along with it. shame on you roddick, those people paid to see you lose all 3 sets and not quit after 2 and 1 game.
and before roddick fans pull out their pitch forks and start stabbing me, ill say this, you have same amount of proof that he is hurt as i do when i say he is not. :kiss:
:rolls:

For Roddick bashing plz post only here.
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=77786

Clara Bow
05-30-2006, 10:22 PM
Heh - are you sure? I'm actually a Federer fan, though I also think Nadal is terrific and a total joy to watch.


Believe it or not I am also a big Fed fan. If I can ever figure out how to attach the camera photos I will show the pic of me at the 2004 MC that I made hubby drive to through the rain and possibility of hail just so I could see TMF. I just happen to adore both Rafa and Roger. :)

oneandonlyhsn
05-30-2006, 10:24 PM
perfect timing for Roddicks camp to say he is hurt, they know he will lose on clay anyways, so might as well make up bs to go along with it. shame on you roddick, those people paid to see you lose all 3 sets and not quit after 2 and 1 game.
and before roddick fans pull out their pitch forks and start stabbing me, ill say this, you have same amount of proof that he is hurt as i do when i say he is not. :kiss:
:rolls:

:lol: Ducky :kiss: I see you are back to your entertaining ways. We've missed you

Castafiore
05-30-2006, 10:28 PM
All Americans are stupid, all the French fans are disgraceful, gay men only come to MTF to view pictures of guys in shorts, clay is for girls, grass is for cows, and every player who loses after holding a leading scoreline is a choker. Anything else? :zzz:

Yes - Federer is a genius and Nadal is lucky. You missed those

:lol: :yeah:

DrJules
05-30-2006, 10:31 PM
Oh, I hate these "animal noises" some of the french spectators make with a passion!



For Roddick bashing plz post only here.
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=77786

The animal noises seem to come mostly from the players. I am sure that they get louder each year.

Corey Feldman
05-30-2006, 11:51 PM
Q. Can you comment on the French tennis crowd? You play all over the world. Are they a little different? Are they passionate in a different way? What kind of welcome do you feel they give you?

JUSTINE HENIN‑HARDENNE: Yeah, it is different. I had great moments here, especially on the center court. The French crowd always gave me a great support. I feel a little bit like home here. That's a great feeling. Today, again, I could feel they were behind me a hundred percent. That's a nice feeling.

It's the passion. They know about tennis. Sometimes, you know, they distract a little bit the players, but it's part of the game. We know here it's Paris, it's a bit different. It's okay. I like it. Its hardly surprising Henin likes these crowds considering how disgusting she and her crowd behaved towards Serena Williams in that Semi match a few years ago

cobalt60
05-30-2006, 11:58 PM
I have to give kudos to one specific french open crowd though- they really got behind Gaudio in his win. I thought he and the fans were having some sort of love affair. Priceless.
RDuck-you need a good spanking young man;)

Corey Feldman
05-31-2006, 12:20 AM
RDuck-you need a good spanking young man;)Sue :lol:

as for someone earlier in this thread talking about the poor quality of match between Monfils and Murray, i thought the first few sets were good, and Andy was far better... but as usual, his body caves in :rolleyes:
that is why the last few sets were crap.

El Legenda
05-31-2006, 12:53 AM
RDuck-you need a good spanking young man;)
:aplot: :lol: :angel:

atheneglaukopis
05-31-2006, 12:58 AM
To their credit, I hear they gave Safin a lot of support today.

chicky841
05-31-2006, 01:22 AM
Its Roland Garros wat do you expect? This isnt anything new everyone knows what to expect. For my part I dont mind too much. RG is still my fave slam

tangerine_dream
06-01-2006, 06:46 PM
How surprising. The RG crowd continues to prove itself wholly unworthy of being "the most knowledgable tennis fanbase" stereotype that their apologists insist upon. In it's place is another sad-but-true stereotype: rude, crude, and piggish. I boo the RG crowd. Boo! :ras:

As GWH pointed out, Rafter was booed in NY for retiring so it is just not the french.
LOL. Good ol' GWH dusting off and trotting out the old "Pat Rafter got booed at USO" crutch again, eh? The fact that the Rafter incident happened, like, seven years ago should be taken into account. For the USO crowd to boo someone for no reason is pretty much an anomaly. In comparison, the RG crowd does this *every single year*.

Just because acting crass is considered normal behavior for the RG crowd doesn't mean it should be accepted and ignored. They should be called out for it every single time they do it because I don't care how "normal" it is for them, it will always be universally unacceptable.

Also, I wonder how the ESPN commentators viewed the situation considering that they criticized JHH for retiring at the AO when Amelie was just a few games away from victory.
I don't think a legit comparison can even be made between the two. JHH retired during the finals, the first time that's happened since the 60s. And I think there's quite a difference between retiring in a final and retiring during a first-round match, don't you think?

Also, Roddick played through his stomach ailment/vomiting during DC vs Romania. A match that he eventually lost.

I♥PsY@Mus!c
06-01-2006, 06:55 PM
It occurred many times in RG. :rolleyes: I really hate the crowd booed players for everything,eg:smashing racquets,checking the ball mark...this time is more ridiculous,who wants to pull out the match and loses points if a player is healthy? :sad:
It reminds me the event of Serena match in 03 too. :mad:

Castafiore
06-01-2006, 07:12 PM
Just because acting crass is considered normal behavior for the French doesn't mean it should be accepted and ignored.
Would you please not use such sweeping terms like "the French"?

People "boo" players for smashing rackets in other tournaments as well. Come on, be honest for a second and don't use this as an excuse to bash the "French".

You find annoying, crude, rude people everywhere...yes, also in Wimbledon (try playing against one of their own players for example: I was supporting Nalbandian last year only because he had to put up with it - and for the record, I accept that it happens like it happens in other tournaments in other countries) and yes, also in the USO,...

oneandonlyhsn
06-01-2006, 07:14 PM
Just because acting crass is considered normal behavior for the French doesn't mean it should be accepted and ignored. They should be called out for it every single time they do it because I don't care how "normal" it is for them, it will always be universally unacceptable.




Spoken like a true American Tangy

Chocobo
06-01-2006, 07:27 PM
Spoken like a true American Tangy

No, thank god the vast majority of american people aren't that stupid

LoveFifteen
06-01-2006, 07:31 PM
There's been lousy, crass and rude behavior at many tennnis tournaments ... but it's really reached absurd proportions at the French Open. Two days ago they booed two spectators for entering the court late!!! :haha:

They are addicted to booing. The thing we have to remember is this: it's an international crowd ... it's not 100% French. Also, the people in the crowd don't represent all of France. These are people with money.

And tennis fans. :scared:

LoveFifteen
06-01-2006, 07:35 PM
No, thank god the vast majority of american people aren't that stupid

:hearts: :inlove: :kiss::hearts: :inlove: :kiss::hearts:

blosson
06-01-2006, 07:36 PM
Tangerine is back :lol:

tangerine_dream
06-01-2006, 07:37 PM
No, thank god the vast majority of american people aren't that stupid
The truth always hurts like a bitch, doesn't it? :kiss:

Chocobo
06-01-2006, 07:46 PM
The truth always hurts like a bitch, doesn't it? :kiss:

Oh yes, your behavior's really proving I'm the "rude, crude and piggish" one...being french and all :p

Well, anyway...

DrJules
06-01-2006, 08:49 PM
Tangerine is back :lol:

And being taken seriously by some. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Dead Net Cord
06-08-2014, 04:49 PM
Shame on the French crowd today: June 8th