Flame Of The Week – you are all loser War Hammer goof balls

By 13 March, 2009 62

It’s been a little quiet on the quality flame front.

But in the discussion on race course fashion competitions newbie “hurra” has excelled his or herself:

    Firstly, to all you loser War Hammer goof balls, I strongly advise you all to get a life and maybe even a job!!! After reading these comments, well all the loser ones, it reminded me of how many losers there are in Canberra.I think it’s safe to say that none of you were at the races on Sunday because you were too busy playing War Heads and eating left over pizza from 2 weeks ago. This website is a joke and it really proves that you people have no life and probably no girlfriends / wife, therefore you would have no idea about fashion or the races. If you were at the races you would have heard the non jealous people comment to how great the winner looked, but I guess you guys would never be asked to judge a fashion show, because your to busy on this website :)

A little let down by the smiley face at the end, but a top effort regardless.

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62 Responses to Flame Of The Week – you are all loser War Hammer goof balls
#1
Tempestas8:49 am, 13 Mar 09

Wow the internet has some really naive corners.

#2
PBO8:56 am, 13 Mar 09

OOOhhh she has attacked us with +5 bitchiness and used the horn of the mad cow to smite us all.

#3
toriness8:58 am, 13 Mar 09

can we draft a set of classic nutter indicators? i would like to proffer the first two:

1. claim that criticised website is crap and frequented by losers, yet ironically nutter clearly considered it worthwhile signing up with just to say that, and

2. nutter’s use of awful grammar and spelling (including my pet hate misuse of ‘your’ *shudder*).

#4
jakez9:00 am, 13 Mar 09

I did not find this one compelling really. It’s so cookie cutter. There’s no style, wit, or originality.

This ones a paper champion, it’s only won because there is nothing else to take up the challenge.

#5
justbands9:04 am, 13 Mar 09

Agreed jakez. Winner by default.

#6
Skidbladnir9:12 am, 13 Mar 09

Sleaz’ Smyth Smiting was a laser-targetted burst of flame.
This is just crap.

#7
Jim Jones9:15 am, 13 Mar 09

Shorter fotw: “NERDS!”

#8
AngryHenry9:25 am, 13 Mar 09

1. What qualifies as a ‘loser comment’?

2. I play Killzone on Playstation 3 and have a girlfriend who is a billion times hotter than the chick that won the competition.

3. They shoot horses don’t they?

Sitck that in your pipe and flame it.

#9
p19:28 am, 13 Mar 09

Agreed jakez. Winner by default.

Ahh, de-fault. The two sweetest words in the English language.

I think it’s safe to say that none of you were at the races on Sunday because you were too busy playing War Heads and eating left over pizza from 2 weeks ago.

No, I wasn’t at the races because I think it is cruel and demeaning to the animals, I am not addicted to gambling, and jockeys scare me.

If I recall correctly, War Heads were a type of lollie, very sour in flavour.

It is very unlikely that I would ever let pizza get more then a day or two old without having eaten it.

#10
toriness9:41 am, 13 Mar 09

If I recall correctly, War Heads were a type of lollie, very sour in flavour.

they were. i loved the sadomasochistic little buggers. whatever happened to warheads?

#11
jakez9:45 am, 13 Mar 09

You could get sour warheads or hot warheads. They were great.

I haven’t seen them in a very long time.

#12
peterh9:46 am, 13 Mar 09

I don’t understand fashion. My wife does though. and warhammer? never played. is it good?

pizza has an average life of 30mins in my house.

so… must be an exception to the rule?

don’t go to the track, but that is my personal decision.

as a flame, not the best i have seen, no CAPS, mis spells or youse.

pity really.

#13
SadMushroom10:03 am, 13 Mar 09

I wasn’t at the track because I grew up there and quite frankly it gets boring. We won the Black Opal years ago, before it became a ‘joke’ of a fashion show. Used to be good back then when the horses were the center of attention, BUT we all know these type of women, have to be the center of attention everywhere.

Soon it will be called “Black Fashion and Opal Show” with a horse race or two thrown in….Maybe they could dress the horses in hats and let the ‘designers’ ride them!!

#14
Whatsup10:06 am, 13 Mar 09

I don’t have a girlfriend / wife because I am not gay. Isn’t it OK to be Hetro anymore ?

#15
Clown Killer10:08 am, 13 Mar 09

Here’s my assessment:

I strongly advise you all to get a life and maybe even a job!!!

Strong, yet not imaginative use of multiple exclamation marks. Uninvited advice introduced early in the flame. Two points.

After reading these comments, well all the loser ones, it reminded me of how many losers there are in Canberra.

Good dig at Canberra, but missed opportunity to capitalise ‘loser’ and ‘losers’. One point.

I think it’s safe to say that none of you were at the races on Sunday because you were too busy playing War Heads and eating left over pizza from 2 weeks ago.

As stated by others, horse racing is for bogans, War Heads are lollies not a game and pizza unlikely to be left uneaten by genuine nerds – loss of focus. Nil points

This website is a joke and it really proves that you people have no life and probably no girlfriends / wife, therefore you would have no idea about fashion or the races.

Weak attack on website with the causal link between the humorous side of RA and the rest of us having no life. Fallaciously attempts to establish link between having a girlfriend or wife and knowledge of fashion … don’t tell the gay guys, they’ll be shattered. Nil points.

If you were at the races you would have heard the non jealous people comment to how great the winner looked, but I guess you guys would never be asked to judge a fashion show, because your to busy on this website :)

Sad attempt to defend position too easily rebuffed eg. If we were at the races we still mightn’t have heard all “the non jealous people”, possibly because we’d be laughing at the pissed, over-dressed slappers wobbling about on their heels in the queue for the port-a-loo … One point (just for sympathy)

Four points out of a possible twenty. I think we can do better people.

#16
Holden Caulfield10:09 am, 13 Mar 09

The best thing is, that flame is still far less entertaining than the entries and comments in the judges blog that was linked here a few days ago.

It’s so funny, because they’re being serious. Otherwise it would almost pass as satire Sweetie. It seems as though Ab Fab was as accurate in this context as Frontline was in television current affairs.

#17
seekay10:24 am, 13 Mar 09

Canberra is not Flemington on Cup Day.

Canberra’s Got Style and her mwah-mwah air-kiss air-kiss friends are pushing sh*t up hill. And talking sh*t too.

#18
colourful sydney rac10:32 am, 13 Mar 09

I am really disappointed that loser was spelt correctly, was hoping for looser.

#19
jakez10:36 am, 13 Mar 09

Besides, it’s not even about fashion anymore anyway. From my experience the winner was probably the only one there that wasn’t dressed like a complete whore.

…You know, I should go to the races more often.

#20
seekay10:48 am, 13 Mar 09

Dressing like a whore is big at Flemington on Cup Day. Vic Racing endorses it. They flew Paris over a few years back if you recall.

So… all you get at the races are old men with noses that look like they’ve imploded the shattered blood vessels stand out so, dwarves, drunks, criminals and whores/people who look like whores.

#21
SadMushroom11:07 am, 13 Mar 09

LMAO@whore..

What still ‘irks’ me is the fact this person has in some way missed the NON connection between knowing about Horse Races and knowing about Fashion.
How many Owners/Trainers out there have completed their Fashion Studies?? (Is that a new section to the trainers licence?)
How many jockeys finish their apprenticeship with 3 months of Fashion Design?
How many horses really give s sh*t about what you are wearing?

I can’t wait for this fashion crap to start hitting footy games.
“And the winner is….the lady with the 2 shades of purple that clearly match her black eye”"

#22
peterh11:16 am, 13 Mar 09

SadMushroom said :

LMAO@whore..

What still ‘irks’ me is the fact this person has in some way missed the NON connection between knowing about Horse Races and knowing about Fashion.
How many Owners/Trainers out there have completed their Fashion Studies?? (Is that a new section to the trainers licence?)
How many jockeys finish their apprenticeship with 3 months of Fashion Design?
How many horses really give s sh*t about what you are wearing?

I can’t wait for this fashion crap to start hitting footy games.
“And the winner is….the lady with the 2 shades of purple that clearly match her black eye”"

chuck em onto a pace buggy, see how long they stay in their pretty outfits. i go to the pacers, not to bet, but to reminisce. Horse racing is always going to be a big part of my life, just not the fashion.

#23
chewy1411:16 am, 13 Mar 09

jakez said :

Besides, it’s not even about fashion anymore anyway. From my experience the winner was probably the only one there that wasn’t dressed like a complete whore.

…You know, I should go to the races more often.

I was at the races on Sunday, but stayed well away from the fashion area. I find there are more important things to do when going to the Races…., like actually watching the Horse Races.
And yes Jakez, there was many a drunk princess in mini-mini-mini skirts there.

#24
Inappropriate11:16 am, 13 Mar 09

It’s ironic that the author tried to prove they were better than the rabble rousers on this forum, but really showed they’re no better than the rousers.

#25
ant11:21 am, 13 Mar 09

I suspect it might have been the nana’s curtains comment that did it. That was War Hammer-vicious, that one.

Does anyone here play War Hammer? I’ve vaguely heard of it.

#26
ant11:27 am, 13 Mar 09

jakez said :

Besides, it’s not even about fashion anymore anyway. From my experience the winner was probably the only one there that wasn’t dressed like a complete whore.

Instead, she was dressed like a Whore from a cowboy film, complete with baggy gloves and inappropriate parasol. And she’d put the ribbon on the parasol herself by the looks of it and done a really poor job.

#27
SadMushroom11:59 am, 13 Mar 09

ant said :

I suspect it might have been the nana’s curtains comment that did it. That was War Hammer-vicious, that one.

Does anyone here play War Hammer? I’ve vaguely heard of it.

Ant, my 16yo son collects and builds the War Hammer thingys.
Trolls and Lords (mythical medievil things) you purchase (quite expensive) and put together like model planes etc, then you paint them and build them a setting. You play different game versions (from a book) by rolling dice and moving.
My son doesn’t play the game, just grew out of model planes.

Would cost less to go to the races and bet all day….

#28
jakez12:18 pm, 13 Mar 09

I used to play Warhammer as a wee lad but it is prohibitively expensive.

#29
AngryHenry12:22 pm, 13 Mar 09

jakez said :

I used to play Warhammer as a wee lad but it is prohibitively expensive.

This is me giving you a virtual wedgie…

‘Yoink!’

;o)

#30
jakez12:27 pm, 13 Mar 09

My wood elf brethren thought I was cool…

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