RVP's 'Nazi salute' goal celebration

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    Jippy Sleeps with tramps.

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    gooDevil Worst scout ever

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    Surely that's not what he meant...but that was my question, wtf was that supposed to be?

    Here's another version for when that goes down...

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    Feeky Magee TFD

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    Think it was just a bad execution of the ol' brushing the dirt off the shoulders celebration.
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    Jippy Sleeps with tramps.

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    It looked dodgy, but really, the Dutch didn't exactly have a great experience under the Nazis! He was just banging the badge and cheering imo, but no doubt some people will read more into it.
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    tintedsepia Full Member

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    Wasn't a Nazi salute!
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    gooDevil Worst scout ever

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    But he touches both shoulders as well, it looks purposeful, some new dance move from the latest Dutch techno classic?

    He's a lefty as well...did lefties have to give a right handed Nazi salute in Nazi Germany?
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    peterstorey Specialist In Failure

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    I'd techno notice.
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    gooDevil Worst scout ever

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    What the glam rock are you talking about?
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    adexkola American Arse

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    Why would this be an issue?
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    Randall Flagg Worst of the best

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    What about Phil?
    Clearly a neo nazi. Ban him forever
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    Red Dreams Full Member

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    I don't believe it.

    I have never heard his political views but stuff like that exists only among a fraction of the least educated population.
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    gooDevil Worst scout ever

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    I don't think it was a Nazi salute, someone just tell me wtf it's supposed to be instead!!!

    I've never even seen Michael Jackson try that dance move.

    Emperor Bush II started giving little stunted waves that looked to end in Nazi salutes in his 2nd term, that's the only thing it reminds me of.
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    TheHorse'sMouth Full Member

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    I've seen him do it a few times before. Nothing close to a Nazi salute, it's a variation of the dirt off your shoulder routine if anything.
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    ha_rooney Full Member

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    It's obviously not a Nazi salute but I expect the daily fail to pick up on this tomorrow.
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    Spoony The People's President

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    He's mocking Terry and Chelsea fans.

    Good on him.
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    Unam333 Full Member

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    Ha! So I wasn't the only one who thought he did 'that' gesture.
    I thought he was mocking Terry.

    Would be stupid considering his wife is muslim and I heard he's mixed as well.
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    gooDevil Worst scout ever

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    That's how it seemed...but how does that mock him?

    And that's a really, really bad job of doing 'dirt off your shoulders' if that's what it is.

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    TheHorse'sMouth Full Member

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    RVP converted to Islam a while ago.
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    Mockney Not the only poster to be named Poster of the Year

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    I'm going to write a very strongly worded letter to the Daily Mail about this.
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    Rado_N Grinner ruined my tagline

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    When I saw the celebration I actually thought 'heh, some r-tard will take that the wrong way'.

    Glad I want disappointed.
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    Lance Uppercut Loves turn based games

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    Can it, dummy.
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    rcoobc Not as crap as eferyone thinks

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    1 second of holding your hand up equals nazi salute?
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    Moriarty Full Member

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    Plenty of muslims fought for Hitler mate.
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    peterstorey Specialist In Failure

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    ... and they are lovely beyond any singing of it.
    Did they? I don't think any of the Axis states were muslim.
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    gooDevil Worst scout ever

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    I don't think ANYONE has said they think it's a Nazi salute. But I'm not seeing the 'dirt off the shoulders' dance move either.

    Just kinda confusing, no? If it was me, I would have though people might take it the wrong way. I expect he'll comment, he's probably already been informed in the night club by some fanboy.
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    Jippy Sleeps with tramps.

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    They got a Nazi SS division, but is was disastrous- they were just into massacring Christians. They got their own Nazi fez's though.

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    Mockney Not the only poster to be named Poster of the Year

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    That's the most sexually longing look i've ever seen one Nazi Muslim give another.
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    Jippy Sleeps with tramps.

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    What, the right to left guy? Yep, some latent self-hating gayism there
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    Laphroaig Full Member

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    I've no idea what this word play is, and even if there is a word play in there it's shocking, since glam rock has little to do with... any of this.
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    Mockney Not the only poster to be named Poster of the Year

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    It has a hell of a lot to answer for though....Debatably more than Nazism.
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    peterstorey Specialist In Failure

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    Well it's Ferry and Bowie's fault for (re)-introducing androgny and camp to pop music, they didn't know it would be taken up by tools like Sweet and turned into a foil-wrapped Butlin's turkey experience.
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    SharkyMcShark Horrified

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    I swear he's done that celebration before.

    It'll be like that time at the beginning of last season that everyone thought Joey Barton was doing a Nazi salute celebration - everyone will realise its a load of bollocks and find something else entirely innocuous to worry about next week.
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    Mockney Not the only poster to be named Poster of the Year

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    Hitler would never have stood for that tbf.
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    peterstorey Specialist In Failure

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    He wasn't wrong about everything.
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    Mockney Not the only poster to be named Poster of the Year

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    Foil Wrapped Butlins Turkey Experience would be a great name for a prog rock band too.

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