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48 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

I managed that for a year it was the biggest in the North West I think. Video shops were boss.

Brilliant. Thanks for the memories haha

 

The first video we ever rented was Back to the Future. Got it on Boxing Day from a newsagents on Pilch Lane/Page Moss. Great days! 

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23 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

Brilliant. Thanks for the memories haha

 

The first video we ever rented was Back to the Future. Got it on Boxing Day from a newsagents on Pilch Lane/Page Moss. Great days! 

We went to a McNally’s Newsagent in Broadway first.

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14 hours ago, Nelly-Torres said:

The Salah praise is OTT, apparently. 

 

It was only Watford. Let's ignore that it's praise based on seasons of consistent brilliance. 

 

Absolute bitter loons. The lot of 'em! 

To be fair, I’m guilty of doing this and downplaying praise to our lads when they do anything against Everton, so I see where they’re coming from

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19 hours ago, Nelly-Torres said:

The Salah praise is OTT, apparently. 

 

It was only Watford. Let's ignore that it's praise based on seasons of consistent brilliance. 

 

Absolute bitter loons. The lot of 'em! 

Haha so when he scored a similar worldie in the previous game against their besties Man city, what did they have to say about that? 

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36 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Haha so when he scored a similar worldie in the previous game against their besties Man city, what did they have to say about that? 

As was mentioned above, dribbling goals now also don't count. I don't know why we bother with salah anymore. All he can do is run fast,dribble, help out in defence and score every week. 

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17 hours ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

We went to a McNally’s Newsagent in Broadway first.

Remember going to a video shop on Breck Road and asking if they had any good WW2 films.

The guy said, "got this one about torturing dwarfs in concentration camps!"

Gave it a miss.

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All this reminiscing about old shops just highlights the difference between us and them: they find a way to cram us into every topic of conversation; we can't even stay focused on them in their own fucking thread.

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Used to love the top floor market in St John’s for jeans, trainers and the obligatory “leather jacket”..

 

These pics are from when it was disused in the 90’s 

 

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2 hours ago, angie said:

Does anyone remember Buchanan’s on county road. The most amazing little toy shop. Some great memories going there with my mum on my birthday.

Used to be transfixed to the window of that shop

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Davoth has figured out how to play Mo. Genius. And Stephen thinks he’s ‘started’ to play well.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

Just watching this West Ham game and wondering if Everton have got any fans there. Apart from "Bubbles" I don't think I've heard anyone sing anything.

I heard them after West Ham scored although they were just shouting what sounded like blue for some reason.

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2 hours ago, Stickman said:

Used to love the top floor market in St John’s for jeans, trainers and the obligatory “leather jacket”..

 

These pics are from when it was disused in the 90’s 

 

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Upstairs in there had some good shops that sold foreign footy tops in the early 90s. None of the major shops in town sold anything then apart from a Liverpool, Everton and England kits.

 

I bought a Napoli shirt there and a Roma away with the 3 stripes Adidas design like the West Germany kit and the Liverpool tracky. Brother bought an AC Milan kit and one lad I know bought the Genoa away kit that they wore when they beat us at Anfield as well as the Sampdoria kit. God knows how the fella got hold of all these random kits.

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9 minutes ago, manwiththestick said:

I heard them after West Ham scored although they were just shouting what sounded like blue for some reason.

Think you mean shouting boo!?

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