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Suarez... I utterly dislike him. The "accidental" kick he gave Scott Parker...
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Get the London look!
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Jape wrote:Suarez... I utterly dislike him. The "accidental" kick he gave Scott Parker...

Errr.... wasn't that Balotelli ?
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Tyke... Well, Balotelli stamped him, and Suarez kicked him in the gut. Bad luck for poor Scott. :( Check it in the tubethingy...
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Jape wrote:Tyke... Well, Balotelli stamped him, and Suarez kicked him in the gut. Bad luck for poor Scott. :( Check it in the tubethingy...

Apologies, didn't see that match & hadn't heard about it which is a surprise given Suarez's current high profile. Note to self - must pay more attention to football! :thumbup:
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No worries, mate! :)

Hmm...this thread seems to move rather far away from the topic. :D
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Yoda wrote:Get the London look!

Does this mean that you use Rimmel products Yoda? :lol:
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Jammy Devil wrote:I thought Christopher Ward's H.Q. was in Maidenhead, not London. :shock:
Have they moved from Maidenhead ?
Or is Maidenhead now London ?
Maidenhead is on the River Thames.
Maidenhead is at one end of the new tube line.
Maidenhead is under London Heathrow's flightpath.
... so ...
Maidenhead is in London. :)
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Isn't London famous for its bridges?
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sibex wrote:Isn't London famous for its bridges?

Indeed, a horological feast - all kinds of coloured faces, black, metal and plastic cases, Dirty hands and in Max Mosley's area, Straps too!
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Jape wrote:No worries, mate! :)

Hmm...this thread seems to move rather far away from the topic. :D
Amazing, isn't it? I couldn't believe how many pages it accumulated to only after a few days. I wonder which post breaks the record for number of pages. I have no doubt Kip would know this.
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Russ-Shettle wrote: I wonder which post breaks the record for number of pages. I have no doubt Kip would know this.
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Well well. I think "Chr.Ward" with "London" underneath it will look better than "Chr.Ward" on its own. But I still dislike the "Chr.Ward". It just doesn't work for me. Ho hum.

As others have said, it is brave for the company to change their minds on it now.
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Kip wrote:
Russ-Shettle wrote: I wonder which post breaks the record for number of pages. I have no doubt Kip would know this.
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I just knew it. Kip knows everything about this forum! :clap: