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  1. Tattoos are cool. Instead of a penalty shoot-out the ref lifts up his shirt to reveal a countdown conundrum style jumble of letters tattooed on his chest. A designated player from each team must solve the puzzle then run to the nearest tattoo parlour and get the answer tattooed on their chest. First correctly inked player to return earns his side the victory.
  2. Curb your enthusiasm is wonderful
  3. Cheers for that, great interview. Gary's a very decent and likeable chap. Loved what he was saying about the team spirit in the play off season.
  4. A sunny day at CC. Oh that Tomlin goal, if you could bottle feelings...
  5. I hate it when I forget my deets or someone changes my deets
  6. Ref just got told "it's OK mate Derby have it, you can give this one"
  7. Looks done now. Easy when you've got every ref on your side because your manager is Frank Lampard's Frank Lampard.
  8. Special brew snakebite? You might end up running to Hull and scoring the winner!
  9. If I'd known, I'd have come down and opened up the car park and cooked you a decent slap up breakfast. I flip the eggs to give them an extra special texture whilst maintaining a soft yolk. When it comes to bacon I always use back cuts and cook them nice and crispy so you can taste them before you even put them in your mouth. I do scrambled eggs along with the fried ones and stick some very thinly sliced salmon in there. A good sausage is essential so I have mine hand delivered by a local farmer called Roy, I like them slightly spicy so sprinkle a few chilli flakes on them before putting them under the grill. Tomatoes get a proper grilling too. Half a tin of beans. Hash browns (4) and a side of kippers on brown malted complete the ensemble. Ketchup or brown Source? What's the big deal? I put them both on.
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