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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
24%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
25%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
48%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



gph 2:14 Fri Jun 24
Surprising things
The last major volcanic eruption in what is now Germany was 13,000 years ago,

I was very major.

The Eifel still shows signs of seismic activity, moving upwards at 1mm per year, with CO2 rising in lakes filling old volcanic craters.

Moeover, previously, the gap between major eruptions was 10,000 years, so a new one might be overdue.

The last thing comparable in what is now the UK was 55 million years ago,

Mind you, a German eruption might make things pretty shit in the UK, though not as shit as in Germany itself.

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Coffee 2:19 Sun Jun 26
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gph 3:10 Sun Jun 26

Every so often, WHO surprises with a word that's never been used before on its hallowed pages. Well, its pages.

JAC 1:54 Sun Jun 26
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gph… I tried it in Iceland ( country not the shop)… smells and tastes like puke.
It’s fucking disgusting.

gph 3:10 Sun Jun 26
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*circomflexlessness

gph 3:09 Sun Jun 26
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Icelanders eat Greenland shark (not sure if Greenlanders eat it, or even Iceland shark).

Because the Greenland shark's flesh is full of ammonia, it has to be buried for years before it is eaten (a French cookbook calls this "maturation dans la boite horrible" excuse my circomflexness).

Even so, the Icelanders eat it with a special acidic alcoholic drink, to partially neutralise the alkali in the flesh.

Never tried it myself, but want to, before I'm so old that the experience will kill me...

chevy chase 2:47 Sun Jun 26
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512 year old Greenland Shark https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hz2HBk5sKlc

Chrisnutjob 2:13 Sun Jun 26
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Just had a ft long eruption

gph 2:04 Sun Jun 26
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Germany is as chock-full of dormant volcanoes, as the UK is of extinct volcanoes.

You can call extinct volcanoes useless wankers, and even piss on them.

I wouldn't take that risk with dormant ones...

Johnson 10:46 Sat Jun 25
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ag ag ag ag

bruuuno 7:57 Sat Jun 25
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But less than pickle

Jaan Kenbrovin 7:32 Sat Jun 25
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Sloths have more neck bones than giraffes.

Side of Ham 7:11 Sat Jun 25
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There were two Phil Parkes, both goal keepers, both born in the midlands, both played in the same era......

Amputee Actor 3:58 Fri Jun 24
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"What sort of weird cunt shits just before they go to bed?"

You think they should do it AFTER they've climbed into bed??

eswing hammer 3:56 Fri Jun 24
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You will only ever have to negotiate stinging nettles whilst wearing shorts !

bruuuno 3:22 Fri Jun 24
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What sort of weird cunt shits just before they go to bed?

Burnhammeronsea 3:10 Fri Jun 24
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Hotel California was written in Barnes London.

Aalborg Hammer 12:26 Fri Jun 24
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The duck billed platypus is a monotreme - it can produce it's own milk and eggs - there are three types of monotreme in the world and they're the only mammals that can make their own pancakes

Mike Oxsaw 12:24 Fri Jun 24
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A Jack-in-the-box...

zebthecat 12:19 Fri Jun 24
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Never heard of elephant pooh cofffee (let alone beer) but have heard of civet cat pooh coffee.
It just makes me wonder of the thought processes that lead to someone thinking that this might be a good idea.

bell 12:04 Fri Jun 24
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Everything in the universe is either a duck or something else.

WHU(Exeter) 11:28 Fri Jun 24
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Russ, ah, that explains all...

Shame, I still picture a 19th century brain storming session, fuelled by a few gins too many.

Russ of the BML 11:06 Fri Jun 24
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But yeah, regardless of it being a shipping company I suppose you are right. Why does it work?

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