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PostPosted: Thu Apr 15, 2010 10:54 am 
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The sound of a little boy's heartbreaking as Spurs play like a bunch of half pissed, Sunday league no-marks and lose the semis to a team who couldn't knock the skin off a custard. :cry:


Poor lad must be feeling much better this morning? :wink:


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Probably about as good as a Stevenage fan is at the minute. :wink:

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Craig 3.0 wrote:
Probably about as good as a Stevenage fan is at the minute. :wink:


I see that you've spotted that I've changed my avatar to something more appropriate then? :*:


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helenwatson wrote:
The sound of a little boy's heartbreaking as Spurs play like a bunch of half pissed, Sunday league no-marks and lose the semis to a team who couldn't knock the skin off a custard. :cry:


Poor lad must be feeling much better this morning? :wink:


Dropped my 10 year old and my nephew off at the game last night and was told that I might need to come and get them early, as there's no way they were staying till the end if they were as crap as Sunday. As it was, they were both singing at the top of their voices when I picked them up, as were the stream of kids, dads, mums, grandads and grans walking up from the game. And me lad woke up in the night, dreaming that it was him who'd scored the first goal. Ahh, how quickly a broken heart mends!
And you a fan of Stevenage? Feel really happy for them. Sometimes, it really is a beautiful game...


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helenwatson wrote:
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The sound of a little boy's heartbreaking as Spurs play like a bunch of half pissed, Sunday league no-marks and lose the semis to a team who couldn't knock the skin off a custard. :cry:


Poor lad must be feeling much better this morning? :wink:


Dropped my 10 year old and my nephew off at the game last night and was told that I might need to come and get them early, as there's no way they were staying till the end if they were as crap as Sunday. As it was, they were both singing at the top of their voices when I picked them up, as were the stream of kids, dads, mums, grandads and grans walking up from the game. And me lad woke up in the night, dreaming that it was him who'd scored the first goal. Ahh, how quickly a broken heart mends!
And you a fan of Stevenage? Feel really happy for them. Sometimes, it really is a beautiful game...


No, I'm not a fan of effing Stevenage :evil: My location might of been a bit of a hint. :roll: :evil:


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Oh, didn't notice where you came from. Too busy being genuinely nice. And it's not like being from somewhere shows what footy team you support... take Man U and Man U fans, for instance. Now, most of them probably do live in Oxford...


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Oh, didn't notice where you came from. Too busy being genuinely nice. And it's not like being from somewhere shows what footy team you support... take Man U and Man U fans, for instance. Now, most of them probably do live in Oxford...


Wrong again, most of them live in London. :roll:


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And you a fan of Stevenage? Feel really happy for them. Sometimes, it really is a beautiful game...


No, I'm not a fan of effing Stevenage :evil:


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Craig 3.0 wrote:
arne saknussen wrote:
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And you a fan of Stevenage? Feel really happy for them. Sometimes, it really is a beautiful game...


No, I'm not a fan of effing Stevenage :evil:


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I was more offended by the Manure comment .... talk about twisting the knife. :(


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Look i'm sorry if i could have found a spoon i would have used that instead :roll: :roll: :roll:

However having my wisdon teeth out DIDN'T hurt as most of you can testify after seeing at Richards crucible gig last year.

Worst pain I ever had was a broken heart. I was about 16 and I physically felt it happen!!!!

Other than that was slipping down some marble steps and landing on my coccyx. Toar (sp?) both (one on each side) ligaments between my hips and spine!!!! :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

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However having my wisdon teeth out DIDN'T hurt as much as seeing Richards crucible gig last year.



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got a spot on the inside of my nose that hurts like hell when i flare my nostrils. it's playing havoc with my kenneth williams impressions.

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got a spot on the inside of my nose that hurts like hell when i flare my nostrils. it's playing havoc with my kenneth williams impressions.


Better stick to "Sid James"impressions for now! :D

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got a spot on the inside of my nose that hurts like hell when i flare my nostrils. it's playing havoc with my kenneth williams impressions.


Had a spot in my ear once. Managed to squeeze it & it sounded like a bomb going off :shock:

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