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I hate that phrase "just banter", which implies that you have no right to object to it.
A die-hard fan of English Premier League team Arsenal, Ngare always seemed to be fair in his role up until one moment he apparently brandished a red card to a Manchester United supporter for foul play.Taking his banter to the WhatsApp group, Ngare's last message on the platform was, as we had expected, a soft banter with Manchester United fans, claiming the Video Assistant Referee had played a significant role in the team's victory over Paris Saint-Germain in Uefa Champions League last 16 match.
But she said the "banter" at the station was not targeted at any one person - and says officers nicknamed her after American comedy actress Melissa Mccarthy.
The Banter Thiefs had an incredible 2018 when a song they released in support of their beloved football team, Motherwell Football Club, went viral overnight and overtook the likes of Rita Ora on the iTunes charts.
"There was a bit of banter between me and Sean Connelly who is a Cardiff physio.
Leanne Zoe thought the same and tweeted: I love Holly, but I'm a celeb is just not the same without Ant there to have banter with Dec.
Andrew Lower, 23, of Fulwell, Sunderland, said: "I'm a Sunderland AFC fan and it's funny, just banter.
In the footage shown on Wednesday, Pennant asked her to make sure her microphone was turned off before telling Ayling: "Yeah, I know I got a missus on the outside, but when we get out, they are going to ask all sorts of questions and you're just going to have to say it was banter."
"The thing we've spoken about is the difference between abuse and banter," said Paine.
Their banter isn't even funny, it's more childish - I just end up laughing at them.