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The Blur last won the day on 11 March 2010

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    2002 the days of Dickov,Deane and Scrowcroft banging them in

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  1. Bit of a geek post but did anyone noticed Henry the 8th on Hemel Hempstead's badge? How cool is that!
  2. How could you drop Legends- best one out of all CW superheroes series Then again I only really watch Flash and Legends but did not click with Arrow and Supergirl from what that I have seen
  3. If you are going with your missus or girlfriend who is into Instagram and brunches and want some brownie points then go to Brunch and Cake. It is bit out of way so do plan your day around it but the food totally surprised me, it was really wholesome and flavoursome along being instagramable of course.
  4. I was browsing some e-books on Amazon couple of days back when I realised that the printed books appear to be cheaper from e-books now. I was initially pleased as like everyone else I have always preferred the feel of paper but bought e-books for financial and storage reasons (as I used to travel a bit during my student years). However this may sound bit ridiculous but I then thought of the damage to the environment if I buy paper based books however I really want to buy these especially that they are now cheaper. I am not exactly a tree hugger hippie but I do what I can to reduce my carbon footprint and downloading e-books are one of the more easiest solution. I was wondering whether if anyone have any environment friendly suggestions for buying paper based books? I know I can probably recycle or donate to libraries etc but there are still trees being cut down etc when there is a more environment friendly alternative in the form of e-books. Or I am just looking for some reassurance or flimsy excuses to turn a blind eye if I decide to buy paper based books?
  5. You will win nothing with kids- Jim White. It is a good heartwarming read about a father coaching his son's football team. A hilarious anecdote about a twattish Spurs fan is a bonus as well!
  6. For me, it has even got to the stage when I honestly think Cage is just trolling us all with his film choices.
  7. Do anyone really believe that Corybn will be able to negotiate and table a referendum in six months? I am leaning towards voting Labour reluctantly but I would have thought all PMs would have learnt by now that promising to deliver a Brexit or any related conclusion within a timeframe is a bad idea?
  8. Watching Leicester is honestly better than sex nowdays
  9. There is nothing like discussing casual illegal drug use on Foxestalk while simultaneously being banned from posting photos of admirable women with minimal clothing which happened to be a legal pursuit eh guys? Good old Foxestalk! P.S I am not BuzzerB who have since decided his former username is childlish and asked for a name change to The Blur nor am nursing years old grudge about the closure of Chebs thread honestly!
  10. Thanks to @Klegend- sorted me two adults tickets for Palace and was communicative through including showing me the seats and the stadium plan.
  11. People who post multiple photos of their holidays in multiple posts on Instagram. There is even one person who did this after posting similar photos on their Insta stories. I do not mind a couple of photos but not to that standard. The sad thing is that I now feel over-exposed to the wonders of the world and would flick past these sort of phoos without appreciating the beauty of the landmarks.
  12. Gutted that I missed the game on Sky! Anyone know how I can rewatch the whole game? MOTD will just not do! But nine......nine...........****ING NINE!
  13. I was living in a street just off Tudor Road for a short while when I was a kid. Someone stole my mum's clothes from the washing line (we shared a washing line in an interconnected alleyway between each houses). There was another incident where a chav on a bike (not a neighbour but someone who lived on the same street) came up to my mum and started chatting to her. As I am deaf, I did not understood most of it so I just looked at my phone or something. At the end, I looked up and happened to caught the chav looking at me in a horrifed manner before whizzing off on his bike sharpish. My mum later explained that the chav was chatting her up so she waited for him to finish before introducing me as her son and added that I was the same age as the chav. The chav's face was a picture!
  14. As I was doing lot of the research today, I had a quick look at your suggestions which look superb. I also notice Salem is close by, is the town also worth a visit if you have been or is it a bit of gimmick now?
  15. Been meaning to say thanks for @Costock_Fox, @Silebyfox_89 and @Bayfox's tips! I am leaning towards Kerala/Maldives combo cause the wife to be want over the water villa and Kerala is also a hour or so flight for just £50ish so it would be a bonus to visit India and explore their backwaters on the route. Cannot believe the prices for honeymoon packages though, I think Bay is spot on, honeymoons are seen as huge money-maker, I think I will just DIY it.
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