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Ha, knew you'd post that...just about to do the same myself.

 

Did you see the clip of Gilmour playing it online yesterday?

 

 

I did mate - I reposted it on Facebook, and it appears to have pulled in a few old 'heads' that would have previously either not voted at all, or not voted for Labour, so hats off to the grumpy old cunt.  

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Here’s how Mrs Turdseye found me the morning after I started this thread. She put it on Facebook with the caption “Probably the only person feeling less strong and stable than Theresa May this morning”

 

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With any luck I’ll have good reason to wake up with a sore head tomorrow too. 

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This will be the first ever election I’ve not stayed up for all night getting pissed to celebrate/drown my sorrows. 
 

Have an interview tomorrow so need to try and turn up half sober...

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12 minutes ago, lifetime fan said:

This will be the first ever election I’ve not stayed up for all night getting pissed to celebrate/drown my sorrows. 
 

Have an interview tomorrow so need to try and turn up half sober...

Good luck tomorrow Col.

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