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Engine powered fighter seagulls.

By that I mean visible flying seagulls beneath a very low flying airplane which you can't see because of the fog.

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heading back home to troon for the day

gonna try get a spot of beach action in

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Wake up from being on a close last night at work with a letter offering me a college interview.

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My last exam was yesterday. It wasn't great, but I can finally relax and enjoy my 3 month long summer before *hopefully* starting Uni in September. Got Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi and T in the Park all coming up in the next few weeks as well and before I know it, the football will be back. Pleasing/dece.

You also have an impending hawfing in a certain football match on Sunday to look forward to :thumsup2

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Here's a reason to be cheerful. This is NOT my team's new away strip for next season:

newpoolshirt.jpg

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You can see how bemused Gerrard is by wearing it as well

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Here's a reason to be cheerful. This is NOT my team's new away strip for next season:

The bottom of that shirt reminds me of Dunfermline's Hummel effort in the early 90's. Go retro.

dunfermline-home-football-shirt-1992-199

Edited by Hedgecutter

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I've been sitting in Starbucks for the last hour abusing their free wifi and gazing out over Princess Street. Not bad considering the direction my day could have gone.

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What the f**k happened to the old thread? How am I supposed to remember what I had to be cheerful about if I can't look back and see? Thank Christ that being cheerful is a rare occurrence for me; I hope the 'Things That Get On Your Nerves' thread doesn't go tits up.

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My 17 year old son is now insured to drive our car.yasss.no more taxis,minibuses or walking home after a night out.

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My 17 year old son is now insured to drive our car.yasss.no more taxis,minibuses or walking home after a night out.

No more car and on the odd time you do get bet it has no fuel in it.

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My 17 year old son is now insured to drive our car.yasss.no more taxis,minibuses or walking home after a night out.

On the other hand, insurance premium probably up by about £200 a month...

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My 17 year old son is now insured to drive our car.yasss.no more taxis,minibuses or walking home after a night out.

I absolutely love the naivety of this post and look forward to the various follow ups in the PTTGOYN thread. :lol:

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He's not actually passed his test yet.was only £15 extra on insurance.can I be pished and sit beside him in the car?

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He's not actually passed his test yet.was only £15 extra on insurance.can I be pished and sit beside him in the car?

Not when he's written it off, you can't.

:thumsup2

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