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ECB and UXBRIDGE
at 23:04 30 Jul 2019

Many congratulations on your election results.🍺🍻
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Jim
at 18:18 30 Dec 2017

On "call Rob" now
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At last
at 16:57 30 Dec 2017

I can look forward to MOTD.

It's not good for the old jam tart...listening to the game on the radio.
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If you count Curt, that's four managers in one year
at 10:54 21 Dec 2017

That really is shameful. Schoolboy teams have longer serving coaches.

The truth is, are these managers working with their hands tied due to outside sources? Of course they are.
Any manager knows available players that can be offered the best deal and play well and admire their manager. Even if they dont play for the shirt.
Too many (very many) Chiefs, and very little Indians at our club.
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Lost ST east bank
at 11:48 16 Oct 2017

ST found,seat 247 row M.
I have your name, and if you PM me, I will put you in touch with the finder.
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A must read for Swans fans from Mab1
at 15:28 15 May 2017

Penned by him before Sunday's game.


So in they bring Paul Clement
It was a real big ask
To tidy up coach Bradley's mess
Is such a massive task

We started to believe again
Things are not so bad
Winning4 from his first 7 league games
We thought we were going mad.

Then came our slump in fortune
Our results had gone astray
No one gave us any chance
But we know ..The Swansea way

Arise Sir Leon Britton he said
You're starting against Stoke
He, must now be kicking himself
Dismissing this little bloke

He brought belief back to the teams
What it is to wear the shirt
10 points gained in just 4 games
To others this must hurt

So we are here for another season
Let's learn from our mistakes
We all at some point doubted
Whether we had what it takes

Come what may next Sunday
The Swans will be flying high
And whatever comes before us
"We are Swansea til we die"

Just a word for those Hull fans
I wish not to sound to crass
You know that City of Culture crap
You can shove it up your ass.
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It would be nice
at 14:21 9 Mar 2017

.. If someone could update the fixtures on Planet, I don't think we can win the next eleven game playing all at the same time..on the same day.
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The Saints fan
at 00:00 1 Feb 2017

...who retrieved the ball, then slammed it into the ball boys face. Then promptly raised his arms as if he had just won a fight.
You must be so proud tonight?

[Post edited 1 Feb 2017 0:04]
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It's been said before
at 23:18 27 Nov 2016

....Planet Earth II is magnificent.

What a mesmerising series.
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The Trust Pod
at 18:20 22 Oct 2016

...queuing today. 📐⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️
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Euro 2016 final
at 22:50 22 Jun 2016

Opportunity ....My mate has two tickets for the final of Euro 2016 but he is getting married on that day and cannot attend.

If anyone wants to go instead of him, it's at St Andrews church in Brighton and the brides name is Sarah......
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For the mature readers
at 23:18 21 Oct 2015









Subject: Fw: Fwd: 50's eating

How times have changed......
For those of you who are old enough to remember, enjoy.
For the rest treat this as a history lesson!
Very surprising how time and memory has taken its toll.
Have things really changed this much in our time?

EATING IN THE UK IN THE FIFTIES consider that:t

Pasta had not been invented.

Curry was a surname.

A takeaway was a mathematical problem.

A pizza was something to do with a leaning tower.

Bananas and oranges only appeared at Christmas time.

All crisps were plain;
the only choice we had was whether to put the salt on or not.

A Chinese chippy was a foreign carpenter.

Rice was a milk pudding, and never, ever part of our dinner.

A Big Mac was what we wore when it was raining.

Brown bread was something only poor people ate.

Oil was for lubricating, fat was for cooking

Tea was made in a teapot using tea leaves and never green.

Coffee was Camp, and came in a bottle.

Cubed sugar was regarded as posh.

Only Heinz made beans.

Fish didn't have fingers in those days.

Eating raw fish was called poverty, not sushi.

None of us had ever heard of yoghurt.

Healthy food consisted of anything edible.

People who didn't peel potatoes were regarded as lazy.

Indian restaurants were only found in India.

Cooking outside was called camping.

Seaweed was not a recognised food.

"Kebab" was not even a word never mind a food.

Sugar enjoyed a good press in those days, and was regarded as being white
gold.

Prunes were medicinal.

Surprisingly muesli was readily available, it was called cattle feed.

Pineapples came in chunks in a tin; we had only ever seen a picture of a
real one.

Water came out of the tap, if someone had suggested bottling it and
charging more than petrol for it they would have become a laughing stock.

The one thing that we never ever had on our table in the fifties .. was
elbows!
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Dont underestimate the Irish
at 13:31 11 Oct 2015






During a recent PASSWORD AUDIT at the Bank of Ireland, it was found that a certain customer named Mr Paddy O'Toole was using the following password:

MickeyMinniePlutoHueyLouieDeweyDonaldGoofyDublin
When Paddy was asked why he had such a long password, he replied:
''Bejazus! Are yez freakin' stupid? Shore, Oi was told me password had to be at least eight characters long and include one capital''

Don't ever think you can outwit the Irish!
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101
at 22:50 20 Sep 2015



Subject: Fwd: FW: : Great outlook on Life.















Love this lady's take on Life!

101 year-old Hattie Mae MacDonald of Feague, Kentucky:





Reporter: Can you give us some health tips for reaching the age of 101?



Hattie: For better digestion, I drink beer.

In the case of appetite loss, I drink white wine.

For low blood pressure, I drink red wine.

In the case of high blood pressure, I drink scotch.

And when I have a cold, I drink Schnapps.



Reporter: When do you drink water?



Hattie: I've never been that sick




[Post edited 20 Sep 2015 22:53]
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Isn't it great
at 21:05 8 Aug 2015

To have football back in our lives?

And don't we have a team to be proud of?
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The Floodlights
at 23:25 16 Mar 2015

Do they switch more floodlights on when Sky are broadcasting? They were so bright tonight I spent most of the game shading my eyes with my hands.

Why do they need to light up the lower stands like a Christmas tree? Surely it's the pitch they should be aimed at.

I'm not generally a moaner, but isn't consideration for the fans dropping down the pecking order.
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Just returned from The Liberty
at 12:05 22 Dec 2014


....after dealing with the multitude of dodgem cars that are out and about.
Villa is sold out, with over 100 people on the waiting list.
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Taylor
at 20:06 30 Aug 2014

Any news on the injury that brought his game almost to a halt in the last 5 minutes?
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Cardiff
at 23:13 19 Apr 2014

Never a penalty for them, is my unbiased opinion.
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MOM
at 23:04 4 Dec 2013

in my view was the referee. He kept the game flowing with an unbiased view. No strutting or giving the players verbal earbashing. Both sets of players had plenty of respect for him

How refreshing. ....Can we have him every week?
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