I've found it difficult to start this blog. I'm not writing about a certain player, or infuriating media bias or even emotionally fuelled nonsense, which is a speciality. The subject of this piece is something that a churlish, phlegmatic approach is not respectful enough, nay, wouldn't be fit enough to lace Mickey Thomas's boots. I need to don the white gloves, lower the harsh, fluorescent lights and type in hushed taps. This event deserves revered glances, the best seats in the house. If it were a celebrity it would undoubtedly have a ' An Audience With ' show on PrimeTime TV, the crowd filled with the Hoi-Palloi of acting talent.Add a comment
Today, I'd like to welcome you to what is officially my tenth ever blog. If there's anyone out there that actually read my first five blogs on my own site, you'll know that for the fifth one, I did a list of the greatest players to ever wear the number five for our club. Back then, I thought it would be a good idea to do it again with the number ten. I don't anymore. I'll be saving that for next time, with the number eleven, because that is far more exciting than talking about William Gallas and Robin van P*rsie.
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I reserved my spot and the TV remote. With much difficulty as you can all imagine. The remote to the family TV can be likened to having the voice with the most gravitas during an argument. We all want it but only one of us can have it.
I started my campaign for the remote early, over the breakfast table. My eyes, if they are indeed windows to the soul, then they were a sandwich-board of messages of bleak doom, unable to open fully yet observant enough to see that the family were in attendance. I offered my morning platitudes and, like a narcoleptic ninja, I made my move. I told them all, this evening, the World Cup Semi-Final is taking place. The TV is mine. The couch is mine. No interruptions will be endured. Repercussions will be swift and severe. I then jumped on my magic cloud and beat a hasty retreat to my Kingdom of Midgets.......I may have fell asleep again at the end.Add a comment
Hola amigos y amigas. Pardon my Spanish, it's just I'm still a bit shocked that we signed Alexis Sanchez. At the time, I wasn't too interested because it was looking likely for quite a while, but as time has passed, I've found myself struggling to believe that we've actually bought him. Does anyone have any song ideas for the man? I need something to belt out with my beautiful singing voice reminiscent of a constipated elephant that's being eaten by a lion that's having intercourse with a Martian.
Please leave any suggestions down below, I'd love to hear some of your ideas.Add a comment
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