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(@scrybe)
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I just want to apologise as sincerely as I possibly can for tomorrow.

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(@slejhamer)
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What, another oil spill?

:P :P :P

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Go ahead . . . and tax us on imported tea again . . .

we're about ready to start another revolution anyway.

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(@noteboat)
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Ah, I think she's apologizing in advance for all the cussing she'll be doing :)

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(@scrybe)
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Ah, I think she's apologizing in advance for all the cussing she'll be doing :)

F$£! YEAH!!!!!!! Woooooo hoooo!!!!!!!!!! That's my f$£*%&^ Rooney!!!!!

Ra Er Ga.

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(@scrybe)
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What, another oil spill?

:P :P :P

apparently......the rig was owned and operated by, um, shall we say "non-British since 1783"

but that's just what some dude said on the telly when I was checking in to hear Mandela's speech, so don't quote me on it! :P

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(@blue-jay)
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I would gather that the Brits are beating the U.S. in football or FIFA Soccer, that's what I make of it?

Place your bets accordingly - you read it here first? Thank you Scrybe, not really your fault. 8)

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(@greybeard)
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Now, how anyone can call a game, where you hold the ball in your hands, "foot" ball, I really don't know.

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(@dan-t)
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We'll just politely turn our heads when the tears start flowing... from the English fans that is! USA, USA! :P

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(@vic-lewis-vl)
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My prediction, for what it's worth - a hard fought game, hopefully a narrow win for England, 1-0 or 2-1 - but both teams to qualify from Group C.

Fingers crossed.......

:D :D :D

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(@jwmartin)
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I've never been a soccer fan, but I have vowed to watch some of the world cup games this year just to give it a chance and see why everyone gets so excited about it. I watched for over an hour yesterday and nothing happened. No scores and only 2 attempts were actually blocked by a goalie. The rest "attempts" weren't even close to the goal. I love hockey, which has games that end 1-0, because even when there's no scoring, there's some great defensive action going on. I'm going to keep giving it a chance though.

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(@rahul)
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I watched for over an hour yesterday and nothing happened.

A lot happens. Those 22 men are trying hard to score a goal. Seeing that is a real excitement (even though my country is not in the tournament at all).

OTOH, even though my country is a prominent feature in the cricket cups, I find cricket a 'yawn'.


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(@ricochet)
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Now, how anyone can call a game, where you hold the ball in your hands, "foot" ball, I really don't know.
And why is that other variety often called "soccer?" They won't let you sock it.

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(@noteboat)
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From what I've read, soccer is an abbreviation of "association football".

Funny... if it was up to me to abbreviate that, I would have come up with "assfoo"

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(@rahul)
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Now, how anyone can call a game, where you hold the ball in your hands, "foot" ball, I really don't know.

A mystery indeed! Remember its 'American Football' to be precise.


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