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1 Best Rob Filth moment? on Sat Feb 03, 2018 5:34 pm

I rather like this exchange:

Rani: "Hey, CBBC should be on now. You could watch all that kids humour you enjoy so much."

Rob: "It would certainly be more memorable than that fucking rubbish the Office I would wager."

I'm glad those videos of Rob and Rani's discussions are still up as they're absolute gold.

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2 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Sat Feb 03, 2018 7:43 pm

My favourite exchange is this

Rani: Many women fancied Eccelston.

Rob: More women fancied McGann whom Eccelston stole the role from.

Rani: You're saying that more women fancied McGann than Ecceslton. What is your source to back this up?

Rob: www.thefuckingobvious.com.

I also liked this line about The Last of the Time Lords from Rob.

"I don't even know where to start slagging it off it was so piss poor"

That not only sums up my reaction to that episode, but so many since.

Rob vs Rani on Tennant's daughter is hilarious too. Rob does some first class trolling of Rani. I love it when Rob mentions how disgusting the New Who set is, because John Barrowman has had his way with every woman in the cast LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Maybe that was where Peter Davison got the bit from 5ish Doctors from?

The Rob vs Sadako one was hilarious too. Funny thing is I know Sadako. I got to know him on another forum. He's actually a really great guy, very smart, easy to talk to. I know he got worked up there, but hey we all have our moments. Shame he and Rob, who I've also always found to be a great guy, never got on though. They do agree on a lot, like RTD being a cunt, Moffat wrecking the show, Missy being shit, Chibnall being someone who should have never been allowed within a million miles of it.

I guess these otherwise fine two gents could simply never get over their differences in regards to 80s who. Shame but it did make for some fucking hilarious E-Drama. "frap, frap, frap, frappity frap, you fuck wit" and "you are the most infuriating moron I've ever met and I lived in Preston for years so that's saying a lot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL "

PS I have to say but I agree with Rani on The Office being good.

These scenes in particular always makes me laugh.







Ricky Gervais is a total prick nowadays, but he was very funny back in the day.

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3 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Sat Feb 03, 2018 9:19 pm

@burrunjor wrote:Funny thing is I know Sadako. I got to know him on another forum. He's actually a really great guy, very smart, easy to talk to. I know he got worked up there, but hey we all have our moments.

I argued with him on YouTube and I remember him saying he was glad that one of the Hive members had snuffed it. Certainly wasn't easy to talk to when I encountered him.
His What if.... Doctor Who ended in 1981 video is pure comedy, though.

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4 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Sat Feb 03, 2018 9:43 pm

He's a prick in my experience...

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5 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Sat Feb 03, 2018 9:46 pm

Sadako I mean, not Rob. LOL

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6 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:44 am

The best Hive video ever is Zaroff's Clipz.

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7 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Wed Feb 07, 2018 9:45 am

WTF was that? LOL

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8 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Wed Feb 07, 2018 6:30 pm

Mr. Happy wrote:WTF was that? LOL

A genuine fascist, Edward Barlow, entered the forum attempting to justify his beliefs, posting fascist propaganda, songs by Von Thronstall, pictures of Mosely and the BUF logo, etc.

A thread was started, exposing Barlow's identity,his various social media accounts and other forum fails. He then took turns wishing the mos exquisitely grisly deaths on the major members of the forum, as we sat back and took the rampant piss out of his entire life. The above video is a compilation of his responses from the thread.

Said thread lasted over 100 pages and was still triggering lols well after he left.

Here is his entry in encyclopedia dramatica:

https://encyclopediadramatica.rs/TashkentFox

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9 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Wed Feb 07, 2018 6:39 pm

"He joined the famously nitpicky and elitist fanboy forum Hive Forum" LOL

He left before I joined but I stumbled upon some of his posts when I was a member of the old hive. What a miserable piece of trash.


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10 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:26 am

@Boofer wrote:
Mr. Happy wrote:WTF was that? LOL

A genuine fascist, Edward Barlow, entered the forum attempting to justify his beliefs, posting fascist propaganda, songs by Von Thronstall, pictures of Mosely and the BUF logo, etc.

A thread was started, exposing Barlow's identity,his various social media accounts and other forum fails. He then took turns wishing the mos exquisitely grisly deaths on the major members of the forum, as we sat back and took the rampant piss out of his entire life. The above video is a compilation of his responses from the thread.

Said thread lasted over 100 pages and was still triggering lols well after he left.

Here is his entry in encyclopedia dramatica:

https://encyclopediadramatica.rs/TashkentFox

That's hilarious. Big Grin LOL

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11 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Thu Feb 22, 2018 6:56 pm

The Edward Barlow video is a classic.

The die die die die die die bit is as funny as fuck.

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12 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Thu Feb 22, 2018 7:48 pm

Probably the forum's best era too - absolute anarchy. The forum that made trolls cry and run home to their mummies.

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13 Re: Best Rob Filth moment? on Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:46 pm

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Edward Barlow sounds like an interesting character. I wonder what his views on eugenics were? From the little I know about the BUF they didn't advocate eugenics despite Mosley's enthusiasm for science. I assume Edward was more sympathetic to Strasserism than Rassenhygiene? Although I find the New Party interesting I'm more of a Green Shirt than a Black Shirt myself but nevertheless the fascist movement in interwar Britain was a viable third position that is sorely lacking now. Back onto eugenics the improvement of the genetic stock was supported just as much by socialists and feminists like H.G Wells and Marie Stopes.

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