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11 August 2017 21:07 Post ID: #1547033 - in reply to #1547009
Big Wacker
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Typically Millwall probley got a boat war veteran on a free , didn't matter he was 54,he stuck up them Zulus!!. He'll hold the back line.
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11 August 2017 21:33 Post ID: #1547036 - in reply to #1547009
Big Wacker
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2470 Jones,got it the throat sir,what a waste of a baritone! Classic line from Zulu.
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11 August 2017 21:43 Post ID: #1547038 - in reply to #1547033
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E18 wsll - 11/8/2017 21:07

Typically Millwall probley got a boat war veteran on a free , didn't matter he was 54,he stuck up them Zulus!!. He'll hold the back line.


Actually E18 Edwin Lloyd-Davies was over 40 when he played for us and old enough to have fought in the 2nd Boer War (but too young for the Zulu war).

As a full-back from that era he certainly would have known that wingers didn't like it up 'em...

Edited by whiskylion 12/8/2017 08:10
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11 August 2017 22:02 Post ID: #1547039 - in reply to #1547038
Big Wacker
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But could he sing????
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11 August 2017 22:42 Post ID: #1547043 - in reply to #1547009
MOaner
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I hate people with two surnames. They annoy me as much as cyclists and people with clipboards.
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12 August 2017 02:43 Post ID: #1547049 - in reply to #1547009
MOjo
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Many years ago I worked in an office that handled names - around the mid 70's and it was noticeable an increase in double barrelled surnames coming from children of West Indian extraction (and a few years later from generations of brits who went back several generations) the trend was for those born out of wedlock to utilise both parents surnames.
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12 August 2017 09:23 Post ID: #1547058 - in reply to #1547009
Lawn MOer
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I had a bloke at work, said he's parents wanted him to use both their surnames.
Good old Patrick Murphy-Murphy.
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12 August 2017 09:27 Post ID: #1547059 - in reply to #1547058
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Froada - 12/8/2017 09:23

I had a bloke at work, said he's parents wanted him to use both their surnames.
Good old Patrick Murphy-Murphy.


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13 August 2017 10:56 Post ID: #1547201 - in reply to #1547009
Little Wacker
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Ian Cunt-Holloway
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13 August 2017 13:34 Post ID: #1547233 - in reply to #1547009
Little MO
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There's been plenty of shit-cunts, definitely more than three.

Who can name them?
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13 August 2017 15:33 Post ID: #1547249 - in reply to #1547009
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Surrey have produced a couple of double barrel names I've particularly enjoyed.

A few years ago they were captained by a young lad called Rory Hamilton-Brown. His nickname was "Hyphen" - brilliant!

And I am sure you have, like me, read the autobiography of a Surrey captain from another era - the end of the 18th century start of the 19th in fact - who was known, splendidly, as (a hyphen free) Henry Leveson Gower (later Sir Henry, of course).

In his autobiography he points out that you pronounce his name Loosen-Gore. Well, you would wouldn't you...

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14 August 2017 00:21 Post ID: #1547301 - in reply to #1547009
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Don't forget our favourite right back of yester year Arry-Boy.
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