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Let's bring a little love back to the board.
at 20:11 23 Feb 2018

Who is your favourite poster?

For me, by a country mile, its Dubtractor.
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Preston North End v Ipswich Town prediction logged
Morning all
at 14:44 22 Feb 2018

Which of you lot is going to give me the news on what's been going on here today then? I'm too big to trawl back through the messageboard myself.

Ta x
Brace yourself.
at 21:42 21 Feb 2018

I see flaming pitchforks on the horizon.
Busy on here tonight
at 18:52 21 Feb 2018

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Ipswich Town v Cardiff City prediction logged
at 19:50 20 Feb 2018

How are you coping with this KFC shortage I've been reading about? Do you need any advice on where to procure other fried 'chicken' and gravy meals? Stay strong brother!
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So with it being the weekend and all I haven't been following the news...
at 17:55 20 Feb 2018

But, has Corbyn been arrested for being a spy yet?
Some truths, in my opinion.
at 14:21 18 Feb 2018

1) Mick wasn't telling the town fans to feck off. There are valid reasons to criticise him. This isn't one of them.

2) He made some questionable and disappointing substitution decisions.

3) We were very lucky to escape with a draw.

4) I don't see anything in our immediate future to be positive about. From owner, to manager, to players. Treading water seems to be about as much as we can hope for.

Now, can we at least not all turn on each other? Today was a disappointment. I'm getting tired of feeling jealous of other teams, I miss having a feeling of optimism. But we will all be following town long after this period has passed, so please, at least remember we all have that in common at least.
Looking for a ticket for the second half
at 13:12 18 Feb 2018

PMd 12th man but had no reply.

It's a derby week.
at 20:23 14 Feb 2018

In the spirit of conciliation, I say we post one nice thing about our sworn TWTDs enemies, remembering that at the end of the day, we are all blue and not a filthy yellow and green.

I'll kick us off.

Phil, I forgive you for that thing you did. You know what it was, I won't say it, but I have made my peace with it. I'd just like to say though, keeping me here on this forum against my wishes was a severe test of my politeness. You have a lovely shaped skull though.

J2Blue - I forgive you for cooking. I know you have to eat. I hope you can become better at it and it becomes a source of fun, rather than a source of potential death.

And Glassers, I forgive you for being wrong about everything. Despite that, you seem a decent sort, and you do have good taste in music.
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Just wanted to say thanks to 12th Man
at 17:53 13 Feb 2018

For sorting out those tickets for the Norwich game.

You really have made my Norwich supporting mate very happy. He wanted me to pass on his thanks, and don't worry, he'll jeep a low profile in with the away fans.
Happy Pancake Day all!
at 15:07 13 Feb 2018

Here's a recipe for y'all to enjoy!

Vegan Multigrain Pancakes

Prep 5-10 min
Cook 2-3 min per pancake
Makes 18-24

150g oat flour
90g rolled oats
240g plain white or wholemeal flour
3 tsp baking powder
¾ tsp bicarbonate of soda
¾ tsp salt
3 tbsp granulated sugar
3 tbsp ground flaxseed
600ml non-dairy milk
3 tsp apple cider vinegar or lemon juice
6 tbsp olive oil or rapeseed oil, plus extra for frying
Maple syrup. sliced fruit and chopped nuts, to serve

Combine all the dry ingredients in a medium bowl. Add the wet ingredients and stir with a fork or small whisk until just combined.

Heat a large, nonstick frying pan and add just enough oil to coat the base of the pan. Once the oil is hot, turn down the heat to medium-low and pour a few tablespoons of batter into the pan to form a pancake, about 8cm in diameter. Repeat this so you have three or four in the pan. Cook the pancakes until the edges change colour and the underside is golden, then flip and cook on the other side until golden. Transfer to a plate and repeat with the remaining batter.

Serve hot with maple syrup, chopped nuts and your choice of fruit (we suggest mango, banana and passionfruit).
I would like to see her flushed down the toilet.
at 13:49 9 Feb 2018
Sprucemoose One Word film Reviews!
at 14:47 8 Feb 2018

15:17 to Paris


For a more detailed analysis, see here:

Seriously though, Clint, I love you, Gran Torino was great, but come on, this is a steaming pile of propaganda!
This'll ruffle a few FLA Feathers...
at 13:27 7 Feb 2018
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Sunderland v Ipswich Town prediction logged
Click here for the saddest thing you'll read all day.
at 15:16 2 Feb 2018

Poor Nigel
It's a clamp down on Freedom of Speech gone mad!
at 14:18 31 Jan 2018
Any of you titans of industry get an invite to this?
at 13:39 24 Jan 2018

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