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5 minutes ago, Edinburgh said:

Och, well, ye needna be tae fussy aboot that. Y'er a' bloody sassenachs after a'.

My Middlesbrough scarf has been through the wash this week (after my son dropped a drink on it in England) and is all nice and soft with a machine fresh smell ready to go :) The lad has the WSW scarf....

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2 minutes ago, Erimus said:

My Middlesbrough scarf has been through the wash this week (after my son dropped a drink on it in England) and is all nice and soft with a machine fresh smell ready to go :) The lad has the WSW scarf....

Sounds like you wanna pick a fight tomorrow!

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4 minutes ago, Erimus said:

My Middlesbrough scarf has been through the wash this week (after my son dropped a drink on it in England) and is all nice and soft with a machine fresh smell ready to go :) The lad has the WSW scarf....

First wash since 2013 perchance?

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17 minutes ago, Erimus said:


 

AHEM!!!!! you can take it too far you know Wanderboy :P From here on can we use the distinction between 'LEEDS Yorkshiremen' and the rest of us Yorkshiremen who don't make slobby arses of ourselves :D

And thankfully I am not rotund either :D

I'm sure all over Middlesborough the conversations go something like this...........

Hubby: Ill be late 'ome from mill luv,got ta have the manscaping dun

Wife: Back,sack and crack luv .?

Hubby: Aye

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1 minute ago, beatsurrender said:

First wash since 2013 perchance?

First wash since bought in 2000 and something or other. I have my scarf from the late 80's...but the is a priceless relic preserved in a special bag and never goes out :)

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Just now, sonar said:

I'm sure all over Middlesborough the conversations go something like this...........

Hubby: Ill be late 'ome from mill luv,got ta have the manscaping dun

Wife: Back,sack and crack luv .?

Hubby: Aye

:nea:dont be like that Sonar...we're all modern men here :D

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Just now, Erimus said:

:nea:dont be like that Sonar...we're all modern men here :D

You're from Middlesbrough. Make sure you smell as good as your scarf.

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Just now, Wanderboy said:

You're from Middlesbrough. Make sure you smell as good as your scarf.

After my trip to the barbers and all the treatments yesterday I smell awesome :wub:

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1 minute ago, Erimus said:

After my trip to the barbers and all the treatments yesterday I smell awesome :wub:

I'll take your word for it.

I won't be checking.

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1 hour ago, Erimus said:

My Middlesbrough scarf has been through the wash this week (after my son dropped a drink on it in England) and is all nice and soft with a machine fresh smell ready to go :) The lad has the WSW scarf....

Hehehe....:spiteful:

You realise that your disguise as the WSF pimpernel will be at risk at this game?

And that any number of astute forumites may now recognise you...

A tall bloke with well groomed/newly cut blonde...no... greying hair, a young son, AND a Middlesbrough scarf (smelling newly laundered)...and we'll have found you?

:lol::lol:

 

 

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1 hour ago, LeeMarvin said:

Wish I could be there - sounds like a fun day to me!

:( Do you ever get to games LM...apart from that FFA game played in Darwin, I mean ( which I imagine you attended)?

 

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1 minute ago, wendybr said:

:( Do you ever get to games LM...apart from that FFA game played in Darwin, I mean ( which I imagine you attended)?

No unfortunately, that FFA Cup game is the only one so far.  With the new stadium though it is probably time to splash some coin and make the effort.

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4 minutes ago, LeeMarvin said:

No unfortunately, that FFA Cup game is the only one so far.  With the new stadium though it is probably time to splash some coin and make the effort.

Yes...you should when the season gets going!

Did you come from Sydney originally?

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Quite symbolic that a Wanderers XI should take their first step on a ground some thought was 'lunacy' in its planning, exactly 50 years to the day that the Apollo 11 'team' stepped out onto the Sea of Tranquility on the Moon.

[I am old enough to remember watching it live on tv: I was sick at home and our doctor made a home visit (that is what they did in those days) and stayed for the whole telecast. Simon and Garfunkel's 'Sounds of Silence' was played during coverage of Apollo 11's journey.]

I am glad Bankwest will be far from a silent and tranquil base tomorrow. Hopefully we can all show just how far football has come in the last 50 years!

 

 

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Being hosted by Tony Dorigo... now there's a blast from the past, scored a screamer against the Boro at Wembley in 1990...and broke my young heart.

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8 minutes ago, echidna said:

Quite symbolic that a Wanderers XI should take their first step on a ground some thought was 'lunacy' in its planning, exactly 50 years to the day that the Apollo 11 'team' stepped out onto the Sea of Tranquility on the Moon.

[I am old enough to remember watching it live on tv: I was sick at home and our doctor made a home visit (that is what they did in those days) and stayed for the whole telecast. Simon and Garfunkel's 'Sounds of Silence' was played during coverage of Apollo 11's journey.]

I am glad Bankwest will be far from a silent and tranquil base tomorrow. Hopefully we can all show just how far football has come in the last 50 years!

 

 

Inspiring stuff mate. One small step for man, one giant leap for Australian football!

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5 minutes ago, LeeMarvin said:

Inspiring stuff mate. One small step for man, one giant leap for Australian football!

On a more sombre note - was also the day that Frankie kicked a mine....

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I hope the RBB do what we did vs Arsenal.

Sat there quietly for the first 5 minutes, listened to their shitty chants, and then blew them out of the park for the next 85.

There'll be 20 k's of us vs 5000 of them. We should smash it if the stands get involved.

Edited by Wanderboy

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47 minutes ago, wendybr said:

Yes...you should when the season gets going!

Did you come from Sydney originally?

No, am originally from a place whose recently deposed leader was known for his all female body guard and who once pitched his tent on an estate belonging to Donald Trump. 

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^^ Ummmm....

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19 minutes ago, LeeMarvin said:

No, am originally from a place whose recently deposed leader was known for his all female body guard and who once pitched his tent on an estate belonging to Donald Trump. 

That would be Libya.

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2 hours ago, echidna said:

Quite symbolic that a Wanderers XI should take their first step on a ground some thought was 'lunacy' in its planning, exactly 50 years to the day that the Apollo 11 'team' stepped out onto the Sea of Tranquility on the Moon.

[I am old enough to remember watching it live on tv: I was sick at home and our doctor made a home visit (that is what they did in those days) and stayed for the whole telecast. Simon and Garfunkel's 'Sounds of Silence' was played during coverage of Apollo 11's journey.]

I am glad Bankwest will be far from a silent and tranquil base tomorrow. Hopefully we can all show just how far football has come in the last 50 years!

 

 

Sorry to be a spoilsport.

Armstrong took that first step on Monday 21 July 1969 - Australian time.

That was my first day at work in Walgett with the Bank of New South Wales. At lunch time that day the Branch Manager called me away from my workstation to watch the walk on the TV in his house behind the bank branch.

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Wow!!

Channel 7 news sport tonight. In order.

1. NRL

2. Wanderers vs Leeds.

3. Womans Ashes test.

4. Netball world cup.

5. British Golf Open.

6. Tour de France. 

 

Then some other basketball ****.

No AFL!!!

Unbelievable!! 

Edited by Wanderboy

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