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08 September 2017 03:26 Post ID: #1551435 - in reply to #1551373
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kevrelles - 7/9/2017 15:36

what? cum over both legs, messy bastard :grin:


Kev if you have your Prostate done there is no mess at all.
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08 September 2017 07:43 Post ID: #1551439 - in reply to #1551418
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wellers_shot - 7/9/2017 21:50

Do you reckon the youngsters would know what to do with this?
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Is it a Turkey Baster?

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08 September 2017 07:47 Post ID: #1551440 - in reply to #1551417
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wellers_shot - 7/9/2017 21:46

I thought old sea dogs used the tender mouth of a 20pound cod? Apparently it's difficult to tell the difference from the real thing in the dark.


I would have thought the aroma would have been a bit of a giveaway ............. but, then again, perhaps not.

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08 September 2017 11:17 Post ID: #1551469 - in reply to #1551295
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Who remembers the I-Spy books? They were about 6d each.

All different subjects - Seaside, Sights of London, Cars, Aircraft etc.

Think they were published by the Daily Express.

Absolutely brilliant.

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08 September 2017 11:34 Post ID: #1551472 - in reply to #1551295
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I used to get my dad to buy me a Sunday publication called Reynolds News and they used to publish each Sunday a large colour photograph of each team and if you went up to Fleet Street the picture would be on a billboard but in glossy paper, I was an autograph hunter of the day and used to try and get each team signed.
I was at Chelsea or Fulham one day and met a middle aged woman supporter of Blackburn Rovers and she was looking through my book and suddenly ask for my name and address about two weeks later I received a large envelope in the post with loads of A4 pictures of virtually every Blackburn player signed and it meant the world to me until several years later when I had outgrown my hobby and slung the lot with my every team throughout the league programme collection into dustbin, regretted it but never been a collector of anything since.
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08 September 2017 11:36 Post ID: #1551474 - in reply to #1551472
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lionheart48 - 8/9/2017 11:34

I used to get my dad to buy me a Sunday publication called Reynolds News and they used to publish each Sunday a large colour photograph of each team and if you went up to Fleet Street the picture would be on a billboard but in glossy paper, I was an autograph hunter of the day and used to try and get each team signed.
I was at Chelsea or Fulham one day and met a middle aged woman supporter of Blackburn Rovers and she was looking through my book and suddenly ask for my name and address about two weeks later I received a large envelope in the post with loads of A4 pictures of virtually every Blackburn player signed and it meant the world to me until several years later when I had outgrown my hobby and slung the lot with my every team throughout the league programme collection into dustbin, regretted it but never been a collector of anything since.


Not even a State Pension?

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08 September 2017 11:40 Post ID: #1551476 - in reply to #1551381
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ParisWall - 7/9/2017 15:46

Lionchelmfc - 7/9/2017 15:43

How old do you have to be to be an old codger


I reckon 60+, with lots of spare time on your hands.



:grin:


Roll on November next year
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08 September 2017 11:41 Post ID: #1551477 - in reply to #1551474
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ParisWall - 8/9/2017 12:36

lionheart48 - 8/9/2017 11:34

I used to get my dad to buy me a Sunday publication called Reynolds News and they used to publish each Sunday a large colour photograph of each team and if you went up to Fleet Street the picture would be on a billboard but in glossy paper, I was an autograph hunter of the day and used to try and get each team signed.
I was at Chelsea or Fulham one day and met a middle aged woman supporter of Blackburn Rovers and she was looking through my book and suddenly ask for my name and address about two weeks later I received a large envelope in the post with loads of A4 pictures of virtually every Blackburn player signed and it meant the world to me until several years later when I had outgrown my hobby and slung the lot with my every team throughout the league programme collection into dustbin, regretted it but never been a collector of anything since.



Not even a State Pension?

:grin:


Whisky is weeping so much he cannot see the screen as he tries to read that.
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08 September 2017 11:43 Post ID: #1551478 - in reply to #1551474
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ParisWall - 8/9/2017 11:36

lionheart48 - 8/9/2017 11:34

I used to get my dad to buy me a Sunday publication called Reynolds News and they used to publish each Sunday a large colour photograph of each team and if you went up to Fleet Street the picture would be on a billboard but in glossy paper, I was an autograph hunter of the day and used to try and get each team signed.
I was at Chelsea or Fulham one day and met a middle aged woman supporter of Blackburn Rovers and she was looking through my book and suddenly ask for my name and address about two weeks later I received a large envelope in the post with loads of A4 pictures of virtually every Blackburn player signed and it meant the world to me until several years later when I had outgrown my hobby and slung the lot with my every team throughout the league programme collection into dustbin, regretted it but never been a collector of anything since.


Not even a State Pension?

:grin:


Maybe that and a few STD's along the way
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08 September 2017 11:50 Post ID: #1551482 - in reply to #1551477
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BigPaul - 8/9/2017 11:41



Whisky is weeping so much he cannot see the screen as he tries to read that. :hihi:


Yes BP, I bet he's scanning his Database looking at gaps in his collection thinking "Why, oh why, oh why."

Beyond sad.

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08 September 2017 12:39 Post ID: #1551486 - in reply to #1551295
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Funny enough back then we would always congregate at the players entrance after a game and there was always a small handful of programme collectors who would sell and swap programmes, it never mattered who the home side were playing but just having a teams programme would complete your collection.
The onset of automatic promotion into the forth tier would ensure completion was that much harder when you had to now get your hands on teams such as Oxford and Peterborough.
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08 September 2017 14:04 Post ID: #1551505 - in reply to #1551295
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Cutaway drawings in The Eagle comic were full of fantastic detail.

All drawn by hand, airbrushed by hand; years before CAD and Apple Macs.

Anyone remember Alf Tupper in The Victor comic?

He had a big bag of fish and chips before he raced against posh blokes from the local Athletic's Club.

Again, perfectly illustrated.



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08 September 2017 14:09 Post ID: #1551506 - in reply to #1551505
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ParisWall - 8/9/2017 14:04

Cutaway drawings in The Eagle comic were full of fantastic detail.

All drawn by hand, airbrushed by hand; years before CAD and Apple Macs.

Anyone remember Alf Tupper in The Victor comic?

He had a big bag of fish and chips before he raced against posh blokes from the local Athletic's Club.

Again, perfectly illustrated.



:tup:


Alf Tupper: my hero. Quite shocked (and disappointed) when I ran for Kettering Harriers as a youth that there wasn't a haddock and chip in sight...


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08 September 2017 14:30 Post ID: #1551513 - in reply to #1551295
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so you wank over swans eh
you are better wanking over a cat, when they lick the harry monk, their rough tongue gives the bellend a grating
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08 September 2017 14:39 Post ID: #1551517 - in reply to #1551506
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whiskylion - 8/9/2017 14:09

ParisWall - 8/9/2017 14:04

Cutaway drawings in The Eagle comic were full of fantastic detail.

All drawn by hand, airbrushed by hand; years before CAD and Apple Macs.

Anyone remember Alf Tupper in The Victor comic?

He had a big bag of fish and chips before he raced against posh blokes from the local Athletic's Club.

Again, perfectly illustrated.



:tup:


Alf Tupper: my hero. Quite shocked (and disappointed) when I ran for Kettering Harriers as a youth that there wasn't a haddock and chip in sight...




I remember coming home from school on a Monday.

Mum had done the all the washing, then cooked me fish-fingers, chips and peas for tea.

Along with a brand new edition of The Victor - happy days.

Then off to The Cubs for six.


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08 September 2017 16:50 Post ID: #1551546 - in reply to #1551295
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In my day al we got to read was what was on the wall
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08 September 2017 18:01 Post ID: #1551554 - in reply to #1551295
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What about the Esso garages doing football coins to slot into an album, old man used to do my nut in if he went somewhere else for petrol!
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