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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45808

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THE DREAM ..............



colin (bridgend)



2 Feb 2006 04:02 PM

It also proves the honesty of the Welsh. Therefore as a good omen for Saturday Wales 1 - Enland 0.

p.s. I think Colin was getting confused between football and rugby with his prediction, bless him lmaooo.



colin (bridgend)



2 Feb 2006 04:25 PM

However England will not loose but will come second. This sounds better in defeat.



Lisa



2 Feb 2006 04:31 PM

Wales 28 England 20 I shall be watching with a bottle of wine at my side screaming for our boys.



smiley



2 Feb 2006 10:07 PM

Then they will whoop the English......





THE REALITY ......... ENGLAND 47 WALES 13



Land of hope and gloreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .................

Swing low sweet chaaaaaariot ...........................

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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45809

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Ever thought of working for Reuters, Lord B? they are quick with the news too.

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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45810

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Ever thought of working for Reuters, Lord B? they are quick with the news too.
⇦ trained by Kanga on how to stir it.

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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45811

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You're definitely a loss to the Diplomatic Corps. Lord B. Ha Ha!



However the Welsh contingent seem to be strangely quiet tonite!!



What a finish by England, I think Wales were relieved when the final whistle went.
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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45812

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They are still in shock Gooner but expect the flak to start soon. The last I heard was Colin had retired to his boudoir with a cold compress on his head. Lisa is behind her van bringing back up the wine she consumed(what a waste). smiley is still outside waving her flag singing "They'll keep a welcome on the hillside" thinking the match is tomorrow :O) I heard Clive(cardiff) is watching tapes of the last Wales-England match. There will be a lot of leekin' of tears in the valleys tonight I'm afraid.

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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45813

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Boy am I glad to have been so wrong!



I thought it was going to be close!!!!!!! (5 points in it I thought - in Englands favour of course! BUT 34 POINTS!!!!!



Only problem SHMBO is not that amused!



LOL!!!!
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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45814

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ye of little faith Clive;-)
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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45815

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In a posting just before kick off CliveV mad a prediction of a narrow win to England of 5 points. My reply to himw along the lines of "Joking aside I think you are right Clive. However I think it will be a larger win than you predict. As a Welsh man I hope mind that I am wrong".



Although I would not liked to be classed as the new K***A it was a good wind up and I was man enough to confess to Clive in that posting that we would loose by quite a large margin.



As for the Welsh being quiet tonight we can take defeat when needed - we have for the past number of years at Twickers. Mind you we will be back as our boys today were not feeling very well.

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THE DREAM 10 years 11 months ago #45816

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In a posting just before kick off CliveV mad a prediction of a narrow win to England of 5 points. My reply to himw along the lines of "Joking aside I think you are right Clive. However I think it will be a larger win than you predict. As a Welsh man I hope mind that I am wrong".



Although I would not liked to be classed as the new K***A it was a good wind up and I was man enough to confess to Clive in that posting that we would loose by quite a large margin.



As for the Welsh being quiet tonight we can take defeat when needed - we have for the past number of years at Twickers. Mind you we will be back as our boys today were not feeling very well.
See "One for the Welsh" under the "Chit Chat" section of this forum - this will prove I am not lyeing and can face defeat when I see and know it. Good luck to our Scottish friends tomorrow against the French - you can do it lads. Also well done to the Irish and English.

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