We're all entitled to a five-minute letting-off-steam period, during which it should be legally allowable to say anything about anyone without fear of court proceedings, but don't you just hate the real bleaters
This is the greatest threat we have faced since WWII and the sooner these liberal bleaters
realise this the better.
The reason why Martin O'Neill's team go into today's game against Rangers full of confidence is the self- pitying inferiority complex of the last few years has gone along with the bleaters
like Jorge Cadete, Paolo di Canio and the soon- to-be-shifted malcontent Eyal Berkovic.
He's good enough even to dismiss the growing platoon of bleaters
who suggest he bends the rules to snapping point at the ruck.
And it seems to be the same bleaters
about 'political correctness gone mad' who are more likely to run to some ambulancechasing lawyer should they or their children have a slight ankle sprain whilst walking.
No matter the repercussions, we must defend freedom of speech, ignoring the bully boys and bleaters
who would batten down the hatches of our open society.
That's why I won't be joining the band of bleaters
who say he always lets us down when the going gets tough.
Of course, the usual band of naysayers and bleaters
have done all they can to thwart the event.
Of course, it could be that someone forced to postpone a nativity play owing to underachieving bleaters
has already sent an SOS to Highbury and A Whinger is not seriously complaining that Arsenal are hard done by but merely making sure that his own bleatiness is in good shape before he holds any seminars.