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A selection of bitters:

 

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I'll have a pint of Everton, none of that cask shite, i want REAL BITTER

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As he awakes from his long-term deep hypnosis, Scott Parker cannot hide his dumbfoundment when told that he signed for Newcastle as part of the Souness trance-transfer scandal that also snared Owen, Luque, Emre and Boumsong* :sniff:

 

 

*Okay, so he came without being put in a trance...

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Drogba scores and is well pleased with himself.

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He continues his celebration. Unaware of a Rogue Blade Of Grass about to cruelly scythe him down.

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Elation turns sour as Drogba's game and career is cut short by the Rogue Blade Of Grass.

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RBOG:Heh heh, that'll teach the fucker.

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This what you were looking for Dave?

 

 

Yeah thats the one, cheers Stu.

 

How much does Pearce's face rule on that picture though. He looks like a frog.

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Stuart Pearce: AAaahhh, what a lovely morning.

 

*looks out window*

 

- Oh fook, that Dave Usher is feeling up Miss Piggy again! This time I'm calling the cops!

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Stuart Pearce: AAaahhh, what a lovely morning.

 

*looks out window*

 

- Oh fook, that Dave Usher is feeling up Miss Piggy again! This time I'm calling the cops!

 

GFtastic!

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