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Q: 2019/20 Wolves (a)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, win
b.Wolves will be tougher than the rent boys but I think we can grind it out, draw
c. We rarely follow up a win with anything and Wednesday will be no different, lose
d.The poll's back and everything is rosy, I've missed you old friend
e. Well how's your luck this one is on Amazon Prime and I subscribe along with SKY, BT & Netflix I've got all bases covered, it may be cheaper to buy a ST but then I'd have to get out of the armchair, WHU through & through me

Leonard Hatred 1:12 Fri Sep 29
Long hot summer



Brown Austin Allegros

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Mike Oxsaw 3:15 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Bought my first house, married my first wife.

Stayed in the same house for 15 years - the wife didn't even last that number of months.

Recall many roadside fires on the drive between Chadwell Heath & Burnt Oak (pre-M25, pre-house purchase) - and I think Charlie Brown's roundabout was still a roundabout....

Crassus 1:11 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
13 Brentford Rd 12:51 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
I had a brown Allegro

Is that a euphemism Brenters?

percyd 1:03 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Summer '76 (down here) - Feb 10th met (via work) the woman who was to become my partner for life: invited her to a party on Sat 14th. Set about organising a party for Sat 14th! Then told all my mates I'd met THE woman. And so it proved, as here we are 41 years on. So, yes, 1976 was a very good year.

13 Brentford Rd 12:51 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
I had a brown Allegro.

Sven Roeder 12:04 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Wasn't 1976 all Brotherhood of Man, men called Kenneth in flares & SIDEBURNS & every child being done up the arse by Jimmy Savile?
While practising PANENKA penalties

BRANDED 11:54 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976

Before monetarism?

Surely that's a recepie for utter disaster?

zebthecat 11:46 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Nurse Ratched 10:44 Fri Sep 29

I've been stung by one of those. Feckin hurts

ted fenton 11:43 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Was living in my own place in Manor Park in the second year of my first marriage had my scaphoid pinned so was in plaster for eleven weeks so when it came off I looked like a bronzed God with a lolly stick arm :-)

ludo21 9:52 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976

Exactly... I was 8 that summer and my abiding memory is spending long hot summer days at school playing outside, we even had most of our lessons outside that summer... wonderful time.

Darby_ 9:06 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
I imagine that 1976 was full of miserable old sods complaining that that things aren't like they were in the good old days.

Sydney_Iron 6:59 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
I know its easy to look back with rose tinted specs and all that but compared to today I think life was better back in 1976, add in today’s nanny state and all this PC rubbish, not to mention all the hate, selfishness and nastiness that seems to be part of society these days and the obsession with celebrity’s and designer gear and maybe the 1970,s and early 80,s was the peak for our society, since then for all the advances we have made in technology etc, for my liking we have gone backwards.

More and more people lead insular lives today, community is fast becoming a thing of the past as the pubs and social activities close and everything is online instead, not long before we have generations who are socially inept from a childhood wrapped in cotton wool on Xbox or play station and little or no interaction with others except on facebook or twitter, even at school these days, lunch break is spent on the smart phone, kids don’t really play games or socialise much in the playground anymore.

Depressing in many ways….

Private Dancer 5:45 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
normannomates 1:28 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
'I'd give anything I have to have those days back''

Me too. Was it really this world?

normannomates 1:40 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Yes ladybirds

Vegimighty Hammer 1:36 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
1976...hot...isn’t it!...ladybirds....jumpers as goal posts...isn’t it....marvellous

normannomates 1:32 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Ah Superstars.
Brian Jacks was the daddy.

Nurse Ratched 1:31 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
You To Me Are Everything by The Real Thing.

One of the happiest, loveliest pop songs of all time.

normannomates 1:28 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Id give anything I have to have those days back

wanstead_hammer 12:36 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Loads of different couples wedding photo in the local paper every week!

Alex Bunbury 12:11 Sat Sep 30
Re: 1976
Sex Pistols and the summer of punk. I was born.

J.Riddle 11:16 Fri Sep 29
Re: 1976
Ian Pratt

Sxboy_66 11:11 Fri Sep 29
Re: 1976
The heat caused deoxygenation of the water in my fishing club's lake. We lost a lot of good carp that summer.

Fucking global warming!


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