i wouldn't say I got chatted up - invited to McDonalds!! That was all, but me and a friend didn't turn up so i felt really mean and gave him my address and email! Which I'm sure everybody on Brenda's bus knows about now, thanks to whoever started that chant off oh well, i least i didn't dance or something stupid like that, mentioning no names! Lucy!
Edit: notice how the writing is smaller! lol ;D
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i spoke to one of ur players on my mobile on sat night while you were watching the milan game....not sure who it was tho Thanks Pinky!! x x x
Hey babes!! Yeh it was Curtis....I had just picked my moby up when he came round...and he goes...who you talking too? And ig oes Emma and he said..let me speak!! lol!! And then takes my moby off me!! Bless him!! Hes the GOD of all NETMINDERS!!! ;D
Both my kids burst in on Joe, (Yeti) while he was laying a cable in the toilet of The Sports Bar.
Jono spent a good while trying to take a leak in the above bars kitchen.
The proprietor of The Sports Bar had too much to drink Saturday night and got a little amorous with the female Panther fans present, much to the consternation of his wife. At one point he tried to drop his trousers and a murder looked on the cards.
Apparently Pidge88 is a puck bunny. Sorry mate I don't know who you are but a source close to you gave us this information, gleeful in the knowledge that we would pass it on.
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If I'd been drunk I'd have had a sore head in the morning, and my head was so fine that I finished all but two of the Rink Rush Quiz!
Can't have been entirely clear headed Lucy - you'd actually done 198 Rink Rush questions BEFORE setting off for Amiens.....
I've still only done 2 by the way...... ;D
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