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Offline olev

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Armageddon
« on: 12.07. 2015 10:30 »
Fires, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis ???
chickenfeed ... The English have won the first test.
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #1 on: 12.07. 2015 11:08 »
Sob, Sob!

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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #2 on: 12.07. 2015 11:14 »
Sob, Sob!
Ditto...   what makes it worse is I've been $h!^ stirring Top Dad for the last week   ::hh::
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #3 on: 12.07. 2015 11:50 »
'ave it!

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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #4 on: 12.07. 2015 21:31 »
Just giving them a false sense of security. We only have to win the last three.
We all know they sent all their best sporting stock out here 200 years ago.
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #5 on: 12.07. 2015 22:59 »

 
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We all know they sent all their best sporting stock out here 200 years ago.

...and by the time they migrated north past the 29th parallel, they became quite a formidable force.... *smile*
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #6 on: 13.07. 2015 00:45 »
Not having english as my first language (or lack of intelligence), I don't understand anything mentioned above....
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #7 on: 13.07. 2015 01:34 »

 No probs Johnny- it's just a silly game where one team or another gets to take their bat and/or balls and go home.... *smile*
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #8 on: 13.07. 2015 04:29 »

 No probs Johnny- it's just a silly game where one team or another gets to take their bat and/or balls and go home.... *smile*

And only of interest to ockers and poms  *whistle*
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #9 on: 13.07. 2015 04:40 »

 Only when we win. .. !
An excuse for watching the grass grow I say. ..
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #10 on: 13.07. 2015 08:43 »
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And only of interest to ockers and poms

ahem - some Poms
I'm more for the Footie and we have an Aussie on the books at Newcastle - Curtis Good

but Cricket does have it's characters I'll admit.
Thinking of big Freddie Trueman whose son or daughter married Raquel Welshs's son or daughter (can never remember which), anyway the families met up for a barbie at Fred's, Raquel noticing Fred bending over to turn the steaks said " my what a large ar** you've got Fred", to which Fred replied in broad Yorkshire "I lass taks a big hammer to knock in a big nail" 
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #11 on: 13.07. 2015 10:47 »
Armageddon sick of all this talk about cricket.....................

You dont put petrol in a cricket bat or ball so whats the use of it.............................................

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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #12 on: 13.07. 2015 11:39 »
Man cannot live by BSA alone Brian , we all need a little culture now and again, not to mention a few beers watching the grass grow etc . I've got more time now so this will be the first ashes series for some years where I can actually spend the time getting back into it again , trying desperately to get number 1 son to treat me to a days cricket at one of the venues ,He's not playing /paying yet but I'll get there !! At one time I went to Old Trafford, Southport and Liverpool (these are lovely small county grounds with good atmosphere and beer  ) at least twice a year on corporate days out ,but not any more I'm afraid to say. Looking forward to continuing the banter with Wozza, providing we win of course, cheers Bob
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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #13 on: 13.07. 2015 12:13 »
I completely agree with you Bob that man cannot live by BSA alone.........................

Thats why I have two Moto Guzzi's, a veteran Triumph, Suzuki's etc.....................

Still dont like cricket........................................

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Re: Armageddon
« Reply #14 on: 13.07. 2015 15:24 »
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Still dont like cricket........................................

oh no -  I love it
Don't you walk thru my words
You got to show some respect.....................................
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