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      Pie and Bovril Nostalgia Mobile Phone Cases!   12/09/18

      We are delighted to have partnered up with Nostalgia Cases to offer a huge range of fantastic Scottish Football phone cases to our visitors. These high quality cases are available in a range of retro and up to date designs and there variations available for all Premiership, Championship and League 1 clubs as well as four of the League 2 teams. Within each club there are a range of choices. You'll find it difficult to choose! This is an Edinburgh based start-up, and they also provide a custom design service so if there is a kit you don't see that you'd love for your phone you can get in touch with them and they'll add it to their range. Naturally there is a HUGE support for all the major phone manufacturers and models and what's more delivery in the UK is completely FREE. What's even better is that Pie and Bovril users can get 10% off their order using the coupon code PIEANDBOV Take a look and browse the full range for your favourite club by clicking through to the website below. https://bit.ly/2M5laZs
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The amount of unbelievably thick and ignorant people today is amost unreal. Burds included obviously but the in general the public are dangerous ignorant.

Its also by no accident. The dumbing down of the world

Without a you tube link I'm struggling to get aboard the tinfoil hat train. Plus, you didn't use the word 'sheeples' to describe people who find your very sensible theories a little on the rum side.

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I went down to London for a weekend with a girl a few years back and she said "What time do I change my phone to? I forgot the time diference.."

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I convinced my gf that a park in Berlin was full of roaming lions and bears, so we'd have to be extra careful.

I also used three totally made up words in a row during a game of Scrabble - Aspy, for a whisp of smoke; Mowat, for a country bumpkin village; Gii, for Pi squared.

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I convinced my gf that a park in Berlin was full of roaming lions and bears, so we'd have to be extra careful.

I also used three totally made up words in a row during a game of Scrabble - Aspy, for a whisp of smoke; Mowat, for a country bumpkin village; Gii, for Pi squared.

It isn't called the Tiergarten for nothing!

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We had went to the swimming one night and upon leaving he looked through the window at the pool and remarked how still the water looked. I had fun telling him the "water" was so still because it was actually a blue cover that had been dragged over the water. :ph34r:

When I was a kid, my family and I went on holiday to visit some relatives in Canada. For some reason I can't fathom, I thought the pool was empty, when in reality there was a blue pool cover over the top. Admittedly, I was only 5 or 6 at the time. :lol:

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I knew a girl in school who thought Brazil was a part of France blink.gif . How she can even come to this conclusion is anyones guess.

My ex once asked me if international teams would ever play domestic clubs as part of the league season. Jesus wept.

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A few years ago I was watching the final of the English League Cup when it was sponsored by Worthingtons.

Richard Keys said: "Joining us now: Frank Worthington. Welcome Frank."

Ayrgirl pipes up: "Oooooh, that's who they named that cup after...."

enjoy the sofa! tongue.gif

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My mum didnt know which direction you would go to get from Scotland to England sad.gif

Surely everyone knows you just go down the way?

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Surely everyoneknows you just go down the way?

His mum's an expert on going down, as well.

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My sister once asked where about in Africa Asia was.

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Women and geography is a whole different topic.

On the way to Dumfries, "Have we passed Perth yet?".

"Brechin is just south of Edinburgh, isn't it?"

Here's a test. Take a woman to Ikea, walk through a couple of sections, then ask them what direction the car park is.

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Her - 'So is it kiwi fruit or lime that's in that?'

Me - 'It's called key lime pie...'

Her - 'Yeah, I know that but.....eh, oh right ok'

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Watching the football on ESPN a few weeks ago -

Her: "Oooh Manchester are play Livingston"

Me: "Eh...'Liv' is Liverpool"

Her: "Well thats silly - what happens if Livingston go up to the same league as Liverpool?"

:rolleyes:

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"Look over there, that is a massive white pigeon!"

"That's a seagull."

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A girl I work with thought that the falklands were islands off the coast of Scotland. When I explained to her that no, they are in fact off the coast of Argentina, she asked "isnt that in France ?"

She has a Degree :ph34r::lol:

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A girl I work with thought that the falklands were islands off the coast of Scotland. When I explained to her that no, they are in fact off the coast of Argentina, she asked "isnt that in France ?"

She has a Degree :ph34r::lol:

Clearly not in Geography!

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