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Q: 2017/18 Watford (a)
a. Moyes first game & like the postman he'll deliver, win.
38%
  
b. A tough first game for Moyes it'll be a test alright & I expect a point, draw.
19%
  
c. Different day and it'll be the same shit, lose.
25%
  
d. We should be pleaed the football's back but after the last humiliation and the Board's ineptitude, my passion for WHU has been sucked out of me
16%
  
e. I can't wait me, I'm our biggest fan and once again will be down the Rub a Dub kitted out and belting out David Moysie's Blue & Claret Army, I know all the songs me
3%
  



Bozman Ruling 4:15 Fri Apr 21
London Marathon
Who is doing it this year then?

I am, not done enough training, and know its going to hurt.

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yngwies Cat 7:55 Mon Apr 24
Re: London Marathon
When my leg went at mile 22, back in 2012, I had a pint and that seemed to sort things out.

Quite like to run it again, without and the injury and leave the beer till afterwards​ though.

wanstead_hammer 7:20 Mon Apr 24
Re: London Marathon
Haha.
Where are all them fucking do-gooders when you need a prop-up from the carpenters to Stratford stn. Like after the game on Saturday for a start. Was walking like the straw-man from the wizard of oz.

Glory-hunting cunts.

Lertie Button 10:37 Mon Apr 24
Re: London Marathon
Sick of these cunts getting carried over finish line and claiming they completed,, disqualify them.
Next year I'm getting carried all round, take it to it's logical conclusion

alfs barnet 7:03 Sun Apr 23
Re: London Marathon
That's a great time - well done!

Bozman Ruling 6:24 Sun Apr 23
Re: London Marathon
4.08

Better than expected.

Highlight was seeing Harry and Kate giving out water at about 21 miles. She is lovely. Wills punching above his weight IMO

BubblesCyprus 2:22 Sun Apr 23
Re: London Marathon
FMOB was that 6 SIX YEARS AGO ??

ted fenton 11:37 Sat Apr 22
Re: London Marathon
My daughter in law has run it twice for charity and six years ago members of WHO donated over £500 !!!!

Really quite amazing.

goose 9:23 Sat Apr 22
Re: London Marathon
"Run along mate nothing to see here"

Sounds like the London marathon.

CasualKen 8:58 Sat Apr 22
Re: London Marathon
Like I said goose..clueless. Now run along mate nothing to see here

Private Dancer 8:42 Sat Apr 22
Re: London Marathon
I went to watch a mate of mine run around the block once, I wasn't standing outside a boozer with a pint either. How's that for friendship??

goose 8:38 Sat Apr 22
Re: London Marathon
Thousands of gay men and retired women cheering you on must feel really special.

Anyways Kendo I excluded those running, like I said before - hats off to them.

CasualKen 8:23 Sat Apr 22
Re: London Marathon
Ran it in 2013 and going to watch some friends run it this year. It's a great event and probably one of the only experiences you get to feel like a professional athlete for the day with thousands cheering you on. Oh and a 'massive slow wanker sign' to goose who is obviously fucking clueless

Private Dancer 7:41 Sat Apr 22
Re: London Marathon
''Going to watch my mate run it''


Aaahhh! I bet he's really chuffed he's got a MATE like you.

Rossal 6:17 Fri Apr 21
Re: London Marathon
Going to watch my mate run it

full day of boozing with monday off cant wait

Dudley Moore 6:14 Fri Apr 21
Re: London Marathon
goose, I fucking laughed at that.

ag

sweetgeez 6:07 Fri Apr 21
Re: London Marathon
yep I'm running, 1st of the year. be glad when its over.
the usual one is it a full marathon!
have you done London?
Other marathons are available either way its 42km or 26.2 miles.
unless its Manchester with there balls up,

Luxembourg and Chicago next,

Briano 5:54 Fri Apr 21
Re: London Marathon
Just got off a train at Euston, Friday afternoon and London is Mobbed out

Nurse Ratched 5:41 Fri Apr 21
Re: London Marathon
How do you know someone's a runner...?

BetterthanKaka 5:38 Fri Apr 21
Re: London Marathon
I'm running it. 2nd time, looking forward to it.

flyingV 5:23 Fri Apr 21
Re: London Marathon
That aside, good luck Bozman

flyingV 5:22 Fri Apr 21
Re: London Marathon
Goes past my road

PAIN IN THE ARSE

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