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Yes it was diabolical
Back in the Peter"Kopite"Johnson days, he introduced "Fanfare For The Common Man", great track but his big mistake: at the expense of Z Cars - whatever you play, you've gotta keep Z Cars!Zebras have great eyesight and hearing ability (take note Everton players!) and also possess a superior taste (they must be Evertonians!)I was looking forward to watching some burlesque Toffee Ladies at half-time - make that capacity 100,000.............................One thing that Scousers are renowned for: humour - it's all good fun!I rest my case! Thank you for reading
Can you request a couple of pre season games in Australia, it’s been a few years since Everton were last here, tell them that I’ve missed them.
That would be ace. One of my mates went over for the games under Moyes and loved it.Sounds like we are going to Kenya this summer if anyone fancies a safari! https://www.michezoafrika.com/news/plans-on--for-everton-fc--to-tour-kenya-for-pre-season/24643
Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Kenya. The main threat comes from extremists linked to Al Shabaab, a militant group that has carried out attacks in Kenya in response to Kenya’s military intervention in Somalia. There have been a number of attacks in Kenya in recent years, particularly in Garissa, Mandera and Lamu counties and other mainland areas close to the Somali border. On 14 March 2018, the Inspector General of the Kenyan Police reported that a major terrorist attack, targeting Nairobi, had been prevented by Kenyan police in February 2018. Attacks could be indiscriminate in places frequented by foreigners including hotels, bars, restaurants, sports bars and nightclubs, sporting events, supermarkets, shopping centres, coastal areas including beaches, airports, buses, trains and other transport hubs. Places of worship including churches and mosques have also been targeted. Be particularly vigilant in these areas.
I see your new to the NSNO family, welcome and hope you enjoy the arguments, banter, hope, fear, ambition, procrastination and everything else that comes with being an Evertonian but mostly the love for the club which is universal and the one thing that we all have in common.
Cheers man, i have the pleasure of already knowing Bally, are you all as mad as him?
I'm more trusting of fellas when they have my cock in their mouth
Open to suggestions - something old, something new, something borrowed and something blueYour call, Escla - and fun for all the family, FFS
Very good album with the very good single "Everyday" and B-side "Good Time Gals". Enjoyed some good nights out in Garston
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