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  1. Japan Population: 126m Tsunami deaths: 15,897 UK Population: 66m Tsunami deaths: 0 GSTQ
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  2. Hah! According to the Venerable Bede, on ye 27th December, year of our Lord 1012, Lord Leythe de White did imbide sucheth quantities of rough ale that he was overcome with a fit of soilage and endeth being awoken the next daybreak in a dung midden in Athyrton alongside a slutternly wench.
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  3. The premier league showing only 1 thing matters to them the money, hope it implodes, people are seeing right through what it’s all about, it ain’t football it’s just cash. Its beginning to turn my stomach.
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  4. It could be like Blackadder this - Leigh White's ancestors through the ages 🙂 Leythe de White was actually the bastard son of the great-great-great grandson (once removed) of the Mercian King Egwhyt, renowned in the Anglo Saxon Chronicles as being the only person ever to survive being hung, drawn and quartered - twice. As the Chronicles put it: "then they that removed his innards from his still living corpse were thereupon so repulsed by the contents thereof that upon the greatest of haste did they put them back. It is said that the contents doth bear the name "lobbie" and that the unhol
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  5. I like to think I’ve calmed down a lot 🙄 but I do have my moments but few and far between thankfully it’s far too stressful Sounds like we are quite similar 😁
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  6. It’s exactly what she is doing mate master of deflection she is.
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  7. Why not just say it along the lines of how I wrote it, then, the cock.
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  8. Spot on. On a smaller scale you get that that at non league grounds, those that havent decided they need to go all modern. Chorley is a great ground. There are a few in the EFL like Cambridge, Carlisle, Macclesfield that retain a charm and long may they continue in their current form. Losing Griffin Park is a sad day.
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  9. No ones gonna adhere to it as one household and probably no one's gonna enforce it Use your common sense. Just restrict social interaction with other households unless you really have to and even then keep it outside. Don't be a social butterfly visiting every man and his dog in your family for fathers day and you'll be reet.
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  10. Personally always preferred David Coleman and BBC 1 ... seven hours solid ..
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  11. These at £20 are £12 at Home Bargains... https://www.westons-cider.co.uk/product/mortimers-orchard-cider-6-x-4x330ml/
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  12. It's great to finally be able to put faces to the names of the SAGE Committee.
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  13. Correct that’s what arse lickers/wannabe PMs are for
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  14. The UK will be a better place if bojo is spreading his seed far and wide. Protecting our future then with another generation of bojo’s to take us forward 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧
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  15. you're allowed to wank outside as often as you like, as long as you only spunk over a 2 metre distance, with a family member, but not in Scotland
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  16. To give Boris and co. some slack here, it’s worth noting that we are months and months away from a vaccine. The Core strategy has always been to protect the NHS from falling over. We still have to cautiously accept that a good many of us need to catch CV since a year long lockdown is utterly unthinkable. Small spikes every couple of months are probably our best hope. They can’t say that, though, which is a shame, as most people would understand the thinking on that.
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  17. Fuck the other dominions - we'll nip in and corner the market in leeks, haggis and Tam 'o Shanters and erm...chucking stones at the RUC whilst they're busy being wetwipes.
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  18. Think the Cumbrian tourism board are a bit concerned... https://twitter.com/cumbriatourism?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author
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  19. Exactly Funny how people are epidemiologists, but can't understand "be alert"
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  20. Exactly what I was implying. I meant people have lost the ability to deal with a situation themselves. Just use your loaf. That is what Boris is asking. Use the guidelines and information provided and deal with the situation. Twitter and everywhere else is awash with idiots asking what ifs when it can’t be any clearer. It’s always been clear, folk just made it difficult. If you can go to work, go to work, if you can’t, it’s really unfortunate but make the best of what’s on offer and the safety of your family is paramount. If your current workplace won’t let you work, go a
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  21. Top post, I know where you’re coming from, sad to hear your mate passed away. RIP to what sounded a top Wanderer.
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  22. No idea, but I know that it's not the right time now. I've had it, I really don't care about myself going to work as I have been doing. But kids carry it and what is the point of sending him to school and taking the risk of him bringing it home when we can home school him. Deal with september when that one comes. Love my wife to bits, if she gets it, she will die.
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  23. will there be any correlation in reported COVID cases & league position?
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  24. We’re a nation of absolute wetwipes all drilled with a worse case scenario mindset from childhood. Folk need to get a grip and deal with the hand your played. Deal with the situation instead asking waiting in line to get your arse wiped.
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  25. If you can and avoiding public transport If you can SD And only if you cannot WFH As a “next step” for business, it’s possibly as slight as it could be that’s nowhere near bowing to the pressure of industrialists
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  26. That's the only scenario where the playoffs will consist of games actually being played
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  27. I'd hope Nicky gets a good reception here. Did a great job for us IMO
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  28. I'm not missing football, it's been years since I was a football fan, I'm a BWFC fan. I don't watch sky, I don't watch MOTD, I rarely have, unless we're involved. I am missing the match. I am missing BWFC. The craic is great, the journey, meeting up with mates, travelling the length & breadth of the country, full day sessions, taking over towns, so on & so on & so on ... But the match ... the match, the live match is something else. The emotions, the songs, the banter, the passion, the anger, the fear, the adulation, the euphoria, the pride ... Even when losing ...
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  29. Times like this I browse through the photos of my Dad. He was with the RAF in Gibraltar that were dropping depth charges from Hudson Bombers on to the U-Boats in the Bay of Biscay. Attached photos are after they had their undercarriage shot away by a German fighter and they had to bellyflop the plane in the North African desert. The camels are the rescue party. 10 years gone this year. A true Wanderer who followed them since his first game in the late 1920s
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  30. Right I usually hate it when people do this but I'm going to do it anyway. A quote from a bloke I like watching on YouTube. ' If we commemorate one thing, then that should presumably be the biggest human event that affects us today. The biggest event in human history was World War Two. It was the biggest war, the deadliest war, the most widespread war and the event that changed the world the most. At the start of the war, Russia was a sleeping bear, Britain was the most powerful nation on the planet, and Germany was a brutal dictatorship. At the end of the war, The US
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