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  1. Ron Burguvdy

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    I know time flies Plum but wasn't that mid-90s when Fergerson was still in charge and they changed away kits at half time at Souhampton.

    Some marketeer had suggested a grey 3rd kit as it "went well with Jeans" so would sell well.
     
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    Was it really mid-90's? Suppose it explains why I'm so bleeding old now...:emoticon-0101-sadsm
     
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    Mystery tree beast turns out to be croissant
    When animal welfare officers received a report of an unusual animal lurking in a tree in the Polish city of Krakow, they were not sure what to expect.

    "People aren't opening their windows because they're afraid it will go into their house," the woman reportedly said.

    But a visit to the area showed the creature in question was not a bird, or even an reptile - but a croissant.

    The Krakow Animal Welfare Society said the incident was genuine.

    Writing on Facebook, the organisation said its officers had asked the desperate caller whether the unidentified animal, which had been in the tree for two days, could be a bird of prey.

    The woman responded that it looked more like a "lagun" - Polish for lagoon - before remembering the correct word "legwan", or iguana.

     
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    Kempton Fusiliers...
     
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    Came across the the oddest thing ever on Twitter!
    Surely a wind up?
    Must be...

    An American fan of Hull FC and Liverpool (not weird yet)...and TWS!...delighted with his City shirt with Lingard’s name on the back which was given to him by a devoted fan of Hull City...and Liverpool.


     
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  11. Ron Burguvdy

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    His twitter handle thing is a bit weird as well... @ I - fck - brucey !
     
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    Marvellous
     
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    If you're wondering if it's a wind up, I don't think you saw his replies...:emoticon-0102-bigsm

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    On reading this comment I immediately blurted out 'less fat too'.


    And then had to explain myself to the Missus.



    And then ****ing Google it...






    I'm a sad sack.





    As the kids are saying these days.


    On the Roblox and the Fortnight.
     
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    True story, I was offered a roll in an earlier version of that, but a competitor ad company offered me more money, and a go on Wallace and Grommet's bike....

     
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    <laugh>
    Yeah I did see that <laugh>
     
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    Everyone needs to earn a crust.
     
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  19. Ron Burguvdy

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    Screenshot_20210416_095036.jpg

    My wife's using a pseudonym again...
     
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    Are the English more obsessed with Christmas than others?

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    Focking hell Tesco, calm down now :emoticon-0102-bigsm
     
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