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I’m gonna make one with my little girl over the next weekend if she is interested in the idea.

 

ill show her all the ones I can (probably not the Pete price one) and see what she wants to do.

 

im having people over to mine to watch it after a barbecue, but only about half will be reds, so making sure to tell the others that they have to leave when the kids do if they haven’t brought a Liverpool banner.

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Who is definitely going and can take Green Jesus? I'm not, and he is desperate to get to Madrid. Doesn't take up much  room  and fits in hand luggage. 

 

PM me.

 

Also, who got GJ printed? A mate is getting a banner done and wants details.

 

Cheers

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7 hours ago, rubble-rouser said:

Who is definitely going and can take Green Jesus? I'm not, and he is desperate to get to Madrid. Doesn't take up much  room  and fits in hand luggage. 

 

PM me.

 

Also, who got GJ printed? A mate is getting a banner done and wants details.

 

Cheers

I thought Cath got it printed, didn’t she?

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10 hours ago, rubble-rouser said:

@Champ where did you get GJ done? Ta

There were all kinds of places online but in the end called in at a sign company just down the road from me and they sorted it within a week or so if I remember

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