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1. Random lift to Filbert St, Leicester with Micky Stockwell's mum and dad after they stopped to ask me directions outside Leicester train station. Late-80s/early 90s I think?
2. Even randomer night on the beers with Kristen Stewart and her friends when I was in LA for a wedding last year, due to a bizarre mutual friends situation that arose outside a bar.
3. A few years ago I offered to write a business plan for a lingerie startup company to try and impress the girl who was launching it—except I knew nothing about writing business plans or the intimate garments industry. My plan got her two rounds of funding and recently some of their products were featured on the cover of Harper's Bazaar. I have never been able to repeat this trick for myself. Not even close.
Was just thinking the same thing. Always looked forward to his HT reports on iFollow. And I agree, there was something oddly reassuring about his voice. Brilliant use of language and knowledge of the game too. RIP.
Maybe they like other items on the KFC menu and would like a burger to go with it? Maybe they are with their non-vegan friends? Maybe non-vegans who are cutting down on meat like to try it? Maybe vegan burgers just taste nicer than chicken to some people?
I'm not vegan or even vegetarian but I increasingly find the "eat meat or you're a weirdo" lot even more annoying than the "here's why you should be vegan" brigade.
Either way, it beats me why anyone would feel threatened by a fast food chain offering a vegan option. Order something else ffs!
We will beat both Pompey and Wycombe. One of those will be the usual sh*thouse 1-0 road win against the run of play but the other will be one of those wild, one-off 4-3-type games when everything goes in, which will lead us to believe we have finally found our touch and that every game is going to be like this from now on. (We haven't and none of them will be.)
Gillingham at home and Lincoln away... Both underwhelming draws. Boo count higher against Gills.
Bonus def info ... Exeter away in the EFL Champions League. Start a front 3 of Morris, Folami and Sears, with Donacien as a makeshift central attacking midfielder and Judge slotting in at right back. Holy, Norris and Przybek play 30 mins each. Go 1-0 up. Spurn a hatfull of chances. Georgiou replaces Sears with 25 mins to go, but never makes it onto the pitch. Concede late equaliser. Lose on pens.
If the OP's intent was to generate a thread of blokes talking about prostate cancer, then it's a genius piece of disease-awareness trolling. Well played Phoenix.
If not ... Bianca's badge has resulted in a thread of blokes talking about prostate cancer (this one), which is exactly what it was supposed to do. It's not about who is wearing the badge, but who might see it. Sky Sports has a large audience of at-risk males, so it's an ideal target market for this campaign. Well played Sky/Bianca/prostate cancer awareness folks.
Agreed. Aside from a handful of essential players, this past week has shown that it doesn't really matter who we put in the starting line up as long as there is a bit of balance and a formation that suits the personnel. I love the idea that we are progressing as a squad, and not just a first XI. It just feels more like a proper longterm strategy. And like you say, rotation keeps everyone happy, rested, and match fit. And hopefully the injuries and suspensions that we'll inevitably pick up over the course of the season won't have such a devastating effect as in previous years.
If you have 10 mins to spare, you must check out her diary of the EFL deadline day last week. It's absolutely stunning the way she reacts throughout the day and how she puts it all together. It really puts you in the shoes of a devoted fan whose club might not make it past 5pm. The last few mins will send shivers down your spine.