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  1. I certainly didn’t and my purchase was on this occasion about supporting the club.
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  2. I’d still buy a season ticket next season even if nothing has changed Covid wise
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  3. Did you lick t'road clean wi' tongue?
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  4. You don’t need a defeat to reach for the bottle !!
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  5. Warren should also be in the underrated category
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  6. Columbo would be fucked getting to the bottom of this.
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  7. If you do decide to go down that route give me a ring or will catch up when I’m down at my mums for a chat as I can pull a few strings. Not my domain really but I can help you out nonetheless pal
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  8. Cottage cheese and peanut butter? Shirley that puts you on some sort of register
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  9. Don't like the stuff myself as it is, however, melted into the sauce for pasta or risotto is ace.
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  11. have a look at the comments sections on here https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/ or https://lockdownsceptics.org/ their reasoning ranges from Bill gates wanting to inject you with a micro chip, a cover up for a satanic paedophile ring run by Joe Biden, a Geroge Orwell 1984 style communist plot to take our liberties, down to a bit of incompetence by Boris.
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  12. Course he will. He probably invented it, the massive bullshitting fanny.
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  13. She's saying that to be properly diagnosed with covid, you should have a medics opinion based on analysis of your history and symptoms, plus a positive test to be counted as a confirmed case, which in an ideal world would be better - however, we aint got anywhere near enough doctors, or the time to do this, and loads of folk are asymptomatic anyway, so how the hell are we supposed to find the asymptomatic folk in high risk jobs, without testing? The point, which she's totally missing, is that there's several inidcators showing that the infections are on the rise. If there was no ris
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  15. She's talking out of her hoop anyway - Pillar 1 tests include hospitalised with symptoms, Pillar 2 includes the ones you book yourself, where you're told multiple times that you have to have a least 1 of the 3 main symptoms to get a test, Pillar 3 is the antibody test, and Pillar 4 is surveilance including some serology. What does she think we should do instead? - only test people once they're in hospital - bit late then, Stop testing NHS workers without symptoms and let them walk around wards potentially infecting people unknowingly? Theres going to be false positives, alw
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  16. Champagne socialist ? Fuck that 2 fridge 4 cheese drawer socialist keep fighting the fight comrade. 😎😎
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  17. If it was a 'simple' recession, I think I'd be much more sympathetic to this view. But this is unprecedented. This isn't people losing jobs just because a downturn in a certain sector or that the job isn't viable anymore. This is through absolutely no fault of their own that they have been told they can't work. If it wasn't for covid they'd be in work and earning tomorrow. They couldn't plan, there was no warning. One day in work, next on furlough, then 30 days later, redundant. If you have built a life around a certain wage structure it's not good enough to say well go and just do something e
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  18. Ted Bundy well known dairylea addict
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  19. My dairylea triangles have a box all of their own 😐
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  20. In which case, I hope we draw one of them. Shithousing our way to Wembley!
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  21. I've got it. I think we all have a duty to get involved to be honest. You lose your argument about its effectiveness if you won't even give it a try. If it turns out to be shit, then have a pop. But eventually we have to give it a chance to prove its value. Anything that gets us out of this shitarse fucking lockdown is worth a go for me now.
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  22. Distinct whiff of gammon.
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  23. Personally I'm quite happy I paid full price even though I had no wage coming in at the time to help the club out, but each to their own.
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  24. People are only going to be angry if it impacts them You know that mate
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  25. They have just blown billions on the furlough scheme. Admitting that they have propped up people to stay in work for a few months more. November will see a tsunami of job losses. They have just moved it down the line six months. No easy solution but the brutal truth is the Economy is going to be fucked for years to come.
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  26. Anyone can splash out your kids money!
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  27. When Spurs sign Bale and pay him a gazillion pounds a week it is hard not to argue that football needs to put its own house in order.
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  28. i love this statement, i love Sharon too, shes ace, makes me feel a little more comfortable https://www.bwfc.co.uk/news/2020/september/a-message-from-sharon-brittan/?s=08
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  29. How sad that we're in a division where referring to a team called "Forest" doesn't refer to the Nottingham variety.
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  30. This, and anyone who can afford it and still ask for a refund, need to have a quiet word with themselves
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  31. My dad still refuses to enter his bank details. "Theyre not having any bloody more of my money..." "Yeah but you enter the code and it ded....ah nevermind. Put GMR on "
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  32. Thanks mate. Have a +1. I think you just got me to 10 'ists' - Blue Peter badge territory.
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  33. Radiohead's song about Harry Patch (the last WW1 survivor) is incredibly depressing, but fucking beautiful at the same time. Greatest band in the world.
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  34. Nobody in their right mind bought a Season Ticket expecting to attend a match in the near future.
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  35. we owe these cunts for chungy
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  37. Mumford and sons can get to fuck. Banjo wankers
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