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If you have an out of date email address linked to your account, then you won't receive the new password. If that's the case then you'll need to email me (dave @liverpoolway.co.uk) or send me a tweet @theliverpoolway and I'll update your password manually. 

 

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Thanks

Dave

Karl_b

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About Karl_b

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  • Birthday 07/05/1985

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  1. I've been everywhere man, I've been everywhere.
  2. Staying overnight in London, I'm already excited about the prospect of a shite hotel full English in the morning. I'll barely be able to sleep tonight.
  3. Karl_b

    Egg

    Poachies. And they better be proper fuckin' runny you little fuckin' creep.
  4. Karl_b

    Vegetarianism

    One key and no conker? 1/10. This'll get tedious quickly if it invades all food threads.
  5. Karl_b

    I am man: hear me roar!!!

    My father-in-law can't understand why I've gone to the effort of taking up a tiled floor back to the subfloor when we could have just put a new floor on top. Err, because that's ridiculous?
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    Vegetarianism

    That's absolutely the way to do it. We eat the odd meat substitute (I like Linda McCartney's 1/4lb burgers) and some dishes we eat are often made with meat (curries, chillies, stews) but treating vegetables as the main ingredients for meals just opened me up to a whole world of alternative recipes.
  7. Karl_b

    Instant cunt identifiers

    We were once driving somewhere following the wife's sister and her (now ex) husband, he was driving. He turned several times without indicating so I (not driving) text his wife (also not driving) to joke "I think your indicators are broken." He pulled over to check. Dickhead.
  8. Karl_b

    Vegetarianism

    Good effort mate. We started down this path a few years ago and are now mostly meat free. I don't claim to be vegetarian (unlike the wife, who is) but reduce my meat consumption to a level I'm happy with. We don't cook meat at home, I have a bacon butty when I'm at work every other Friday, we'll occasionally go our for breakfast and if we're at either set of parents for a Sunday dinner then I'll eat meat. Oh and we eat eggs from our own hens! It's not even something we think about anymore, it's just how we eat. We have plenty of great cookbooks, grow loads of great veg in the garden and enjoy trying new things. It's pretty easy, really, after a while.
  9. Karl_b

    The Foodie thread

    Lifey sure likes his flesh of tortured, suffocated, branded, raped, abused, murdered sentient babies of various species. Looks good!
  10. Karl_b

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Shit. No. Not even LinkedIn. This is why I don't get the big jobs.
  11. A colleague of mine is a Derby fan and says Wilson is a sensation there. Reckons he's easily good enough to provide backup to our attacking players for a year or two and then become a first team player.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I wish I could get a gig like designing this Everton stadium. Never produce anything detailed, a few renders here and there, no deadline, sound.
  13. Karl_b

    The shitness of modern football

    I'd imagine interest in almost every player is hyped up by their agents, Cardiff decided that's what he was worth to them. Surely we can't have a situation where clubs retrospectively decide how much a player is worth, otherwise we're going to owe Bournemouth and Roma a lot of money.
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