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In more important news 14:37 - Sep 26 with 3048 viewsDyland

After this Saturday there won't be a weekend home game for six weeks. That's right, six weeks.

Think about that.

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In more important news on 14:39 - Sep 26 with 1978 viewsJ2BLUE

Rotherham 23/10?

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Rotherham 23/10?


That's a mid week game Eggers.

It's because of Wycombe international cancellation, Bury going out of business, and a slightly unusual three away games in a row during this period.

#fuming

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In more important news on 14:55 - Sep 26 with 1943 viewsSteve_M

I remember a similar gap between home games in 2000-01, when we played Liverpool on a Tuesday night in April we hadn't played at home since early March. Houllier whinged massively about that game being played too.

On the plus side I miss one fewer match when I'm in Australia than I expected.

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In more important news on 15:24 - Sep 26 with 1870 viewsSWGF

Six weeks? It'll be eight weeks/two full months, won't it?

If we're away in the FA Cup, that is. Unless you already know what the draw is.

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In more important news on 14:55 - Sep 26 by Steve_M

I remember a similar gap between home games in 2000-01, when we played Liverpool on a Tuesday night in April we hadn't played at home since early March. Houllier whinged massively about that game being played too.

On the plus side I miss one fewer match when I'm in Australia than I expected.


I remember that! 1-1 and we played well that night. Looking at the fixtures, we’d been on tv for the Saints game (Stewart’s dinked penalty and a right hiding dished out) and I went to the West Ham game, so the gap between games didn’t really register at the time.

The previous home game in March was Bradford City and Hermann Hreidarsson’s bar dive into the crowd not too far away from me. A memorable moment, if ever there was one!

Houllier enjoyed a good moan up.
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In more important news on 15:30 - Sep 26 with 1841 viewsIllinoisblue

I know they'll call it off, but we absolutely should play the Wycombe game. Our squad is more than big enough and capable to handle it.

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In more important news on 15:33 - Sep 26 with 1808 viewsJ2BLUE

In more important news on 14:45 - Sep 26 by Dyland

That's a mid week game Eggers.

It's because of Wycombe international cancellation, Bury going out of business, and a slightly unusual three away games in a row during this period.

#fuming


Look, you can't expect me to read every word in a sentence, i'm a busy man.

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I know they'll call it off, but we absolutely should play the Wycombe game. Our squad is more than big enough and capable to handle it.


Agreed.

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Look, you can't expect me to read every word in a sentence, i'm a busy man.


Don't lie.

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Fook me you're right on 15:40 - Sep 26 with 1781 viewsDyland

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Six weeks? It'll be eight weeks/two full months, won't it?

If we're away in the FA Cup, that is. Unless you already know what the draw is.


It's eight weeks.

EIGHT WEEKS.

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Don't lie.


My afternoon schedule today:

2pm - nap
3pm - open blinds
3.04pm - danger w**k
3.05pm - close blinds
3.10pm - cup of tea and a digestive
3.30pm - nap

As you can see you've taken a sledge hammer to the schedule and now it's just chaos.

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My afternoon schedule today:

2pm - nap
3pm - open blinds
3.04pm - danger w**k
3.05pm - close blinds
3.10pm - cup of tea and a digestive
3.30pm - nap

As you can see you've taken a sledge hammer to the schedule and now it's just chaos.


Doesn't a danger w@nk involve still living with your mother?

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In more important news on 15:51 - Sep 26 with 1726 viewsJ2BLUE

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Doesn't a danger w@nk involve still living with your mother?


I have no idea what weird definition it has for you but that's not my understanding!

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I have no idea what weird definition it has for you but that's not my understanding!


I have to say that was my understanding of what it means too. Please educate us to what a danger wnk is in the J2 constituency.

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In more important news on 15:55 - Sep 26 with 1709 viewsJ2BLUE

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I have to say that was my understanding of what it means too. Please educate us to what a danger wnk is in the J2 constituency.


Are you two from Norfolk?

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Are you two from Norfolk?


Please explain what you think it means.

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Are you two from Norfolk?


Depending on the time of year I reside in the county of either Suffolk or Dundee

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In more important news on 16:01 - Sep 26 with 1693 viewsJ2BLUE

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Please explain what you think it means.


According to the ever reliable urban dictionary it seems you are right.

I thought it just meant in danger of being seen.

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According to the ever reliable urban dictionary it seems you are right.

I thought it just meant in danger of being seen.


In high school it was explained as getting the train close to the station and calling for Mother, challenge being to have let the passengers off at the platform before the station manager arrives.

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In more important news on 16:06 - Sep 26 with 1669 viewsJ2BLUE

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In high school it was explained as getting the train close to the station and calling for Mother, challenge being to have let the passengers off at the platform before the station manager arrives.


That is bloody weird.

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According to the ever reliable urban dictionary it seems you are right.

I thought it just meant in danger of being seen.


If you live alone, who would see you?

And yes, of course I'm right.

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That is bloody weird.


Yes, it is one of the nuances of childhood I never personally indulged in. I got my kicks from Noels House Party on a Saturday and Bullseye on a Sunday then to become chronically depressed when the Heartbeat theme tune came on after Bully thus signalling the end of the weekend.

I had no time for that bedroom Olympics.

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In more important news on 16:10 - Sep 26 with 1653 viewsJ2BLUE

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If you live alone, who would see you?

And yes, of course I'm right.


Hence the part about opening the blinds.

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