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  1. Trumo

    Susanna Hoffs, Wendy James or Kim Wilde?

    'In her prime' is Hoffs' default.
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    Is this genuine wealth like the City or PSG owners, or one of those "third cousin twice removed" arrangements like that chancer at Pompey?
  3. 1. The Godfather Part II 2. The Godfather 3. Dog Day Afternoon 4. The Conversation 5. The Deer Hunter What say you lot?
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    Your Top 5 Favourite Comedy Films of All Time

    1. Life of Brian 2. Trading Places 3. Airplane! 4. Raising Arizona 5. This Is Spinal Tap
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    Holidays

    Who was the daft twot on here who worked on cruise ships? I don't mean Nightcat. That was a rubber dinghy with a hole in it so he could 'relieve the tension' on his FSG stakeouts.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Pretty sure the Gary Mac derby was on a bank holiday Monday. We played the Barca second leg on the Thursday.
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    Liverpool vs "Gooseberry"

    Nous. Energy. Grit. Heart. Intensity. Magic. I don't ask for much.
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    Shrewsbury (A) Fa Cup 26/1/2020 - 17:00

    Ruthlessness. Intelligence. Strength. Urgency. Panache. I don't ask for much. We are likely to see a similar team to the one that dispatched the Blooshite last time out. Big Bird and/or Degsy might get a run out with Big Joe rested, and both Fab and Minamino could get a spot in the starting line-up. Maybe Nivea Man and Ram Man might be involved if the former has gotten over his illness and the latter has shrugged off the muscular issue that kept him out at Wolves.
  9. At half time, he actually explained our first half goal pretty well, talking about the specific defensive roles the Wolves players were set up for, and how Moutinho doing fuck all threw a spanner in the works. I switched off immediately after the full time whistle so haven't what any of them have said.
  10. Another tough contest, and another hurdle overcome. We go again. And again. And again. And again... I can't remember the last time (if ever?) that Hendo got himself on the end of a corner. He did so twice tonight, scoring the first time with a header than bounced off his shoulder and past Patricio in the Wolves goal. In the first half, Wolves had only looked to offer any threat via set-pieces. Mo was having one of those nights where he chooses the wrong option all too frequently and ends up looking a little greedy. He had time and space to put away a Mane cross via his right foot but chose to cut in onto his left where he was immediately closed down. He later had a chance to put Minamino in but chose to go it alone, again having his shot closed down. In the second half he could have played Ox in on the left after a swift break, but yet again went for the solo option and hit a shot wide of the near post. Sadio had to go off with an injury I hope is not serious. He was uncomfortable enough to signal to come off immediately but otherwise looked OK when walking off. Certainly he was OK enough to troll the fuck out of the Wolves fans by sitting down until they put the ball out before immediately leaping to his feet. Then he sat down again when the ref told him he could go off for treatment if he wanted. It was Minamino's arrival and the subsequent reshuffle that caused us to look disjointed for the rest of the half, and for about 30 minutes in the second we were very much second best. Traore was giving our left side a chasing. Jimenez's movement and ability got him a goal and he was a nuisance throughout. We couldn't keep the ball, and Minamino out on the right and Ox out on the left made both of them extremely peripheral figures. Alisson was forced to make a couple of good saves. We weathered the onslaught and began to make chances in the last 15 minutes. Bobby was denied once but he wasn't to be denied again, popping up with the winner with a smart bit of control and a sweet finish beyond Patricio. After that, barring a late chance Jota put over as the ball was slightly behind him, we seemed to have regained a measure of Wolves and saw it out with relative ease. One of these days, we will start to see out games with much less nail-biting and arse-twitching but until then, we'll do alright as long as we continue to just see games out and claim the 3 points. 67 points from 69 is phenomenal stuff. A 16-point lead with a game in hand is phenomenal stuff. Not even having reached two thirds of the way into the season with that record is just something else beyond anything even the most optimistic Reds supporter could have wished for. Just go again. And again. And again...
  11. I actually like both sequels more too, but they stray quite far into 'action' territory hence why I decided to leave them out. I've watched the LOTR films just once each (not in the cinema) and while I appreciate the sheer craft that went into making them, I simply cannot engage with the plot. I've never watched any of the Hobbit films for that same reason, and I've never read a Tolkien book.
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    Premier League Round Up (Jan 18-22 2020)

    Milk Tray Man is genius.
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