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bristolmoose last won the day on December 5 2017

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  1. Thanks for the clarification, thought he'd misspelt ikea there.
  2. Getting all excited because "da famus quarterz" were in a feature film, missing the point that the character Danny in Hot Fuzz was an utter moron.
  3. I believe Dark Mode was activated while we were looking for and appointing the new manager. Seems to have been fixed now.
  4. They also wear the "unique" "famous" quarters.
  5. Please don't hijack another thread with puns. Toe the line, guys.
  6. Really? I'm pretty sure we aren't.
  7. Villa friendly No they're not.
  8. Haven't listened to TS for over two years. Back then the line up was Alan Brazil, Jim White, Hawksbee and Jacobs, Adrian Durham and Darren Gough. I can only assume this has all now been refreshed since then with newer and more talented presenters.
  9. The fog on glasses is droplets of water from breath condensing on the colder lenses so if this is happening, the mask is not working.
  10. If your glasses are steaming up then the mask isn't working. Just deflecting upwards.
  11. Surely should have been the "Bristol Babbers", innit, mind?
  12. "Yes, I was sold an illegal product. It was a ticket to watch Bristol Rovers play league football against Mansfield Town at the Memorial Stadium. The "stadium" appeared to actually be a camp site, both teams seemed to be Bristol Rovers and at the end of the game (which can only loosely described as "football") I was informed that in fact one of the Bristol Rovers teams were not a league team after all."
  13. DNA: Deoxyribonucleic acid. Contains the genetic code or ‘building blocks’ for life. First isolated in 1869 and decoded in 1953. Also DNA: The building blocks for Bristol City football club. This compound still only exists as a theoretical model and at the time of writing has yet to be isolated.
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