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    (Original post by Nothos)
    Obviously, it would depend on the candidates standing. If we took the candidates in Slough from 2010, it'd be:

    1: Conservative
    2: UKIP
    3: Lib Dem
    4: Christian Party
    5: Green

    (No vote for Labour, simply on the basis that the Slough labour party is sickeningly corrupt and full of beastly *******s)
    No love for Fiona then :lol:

    She ran for the Shadow Cabinet this time :yes:
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    There were lots on Man City fans on my train this afternoon and I've a feeling they'll be leaving Wembley disappointed this evening.
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    I would leave any football match disappointed, disappointed I had just spent so much time solely watching football. :lol:
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    I'm disappointed with a couple of results. I had an 8-way on for £1 (~£1500 return) and Birmingham aren't drawing and Blackburn aren't winning. I can see Man Utd winning as well

    8 bets, probably 6 right at this rate.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    I would leave any football match disappointed, disappointed I had just spent so much time solely watching football. :lol:
    The only time I went to see a football match, I ended up getting grit in my eye and then conjunctivitis for two weeks after.
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    (Original post by toronto353)
    The only time I went to see a football match, I ended up getting grit in my eye and then conjunctivitis for two weeks after.
    I've seen a few when I was younger. Much prefer to go and watch rugby. Not that I can afford to do either very much, lol.
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    I once went to a football match. I was eight, and the school had been given some free tickets for the local football club's latest match. I played 'it' in the stands with my friends.
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    Whisky + pizza + tv = awesome night in!
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    Chicken, veg, rice and a wok. Yeahhhh
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    :tea: :yy:
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    Whisky + pizza + tv = awesome night in!
    So much win.

    I had pizza yesterday.

    Today I will either make something involving lots of rice or make some turkey or order a kebab.

    This and watch LOTR
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    So much win.

    I had pizza yesterday.

    Today I will either make something involving lots of rice or make some turkey or order a kebab.

    This and watch LOTR
    I had pizza last night too but that was pizza express. This is home delivery by my local farmhouse pizza. A large Hawaiin pizza from domino's is about £16 but from the farmhouse pizza it's £9! I can't argue with that. And the latter is just as good quality. And I have a bottle if Irish whisky and loads of tv to watch, suits me fine.
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    I had pizza last night too but that was pizza express. This is home delivery by my local farmhouse pizza. A large Hawaiin pizza from domino's is about £16 but from the farmhouse pizza it's £9! I can't argue with that. And the latter is just as good quality. And I have a bottle if Irish whisky and loads of tv to watch, suits me fine.
    I have vouchers that mean pizza from Dominoes is cheap but still cheaper to get other stuff. I am leaning towards cooking today though.

    Need to decide what programme to make my way through next as I've finished One Tree Hill now and only have a few episodes of this and that to catch up on. May carry on with lost; I got bored pretty early before.
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    (Original post by Teaddict)
    :tea:
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    How does everyone take their tea?

    I have two teabags (left in the cup), splash of milk (small splash) and no sugar.

    I like my tea strong.
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    Very strong tea, no sugar, small amount of milk.
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    Coffee.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    How does everyone take their tea?

    I have two teabags (left in the cup), splash of milk (small splash) and no sugar.

    I like my tea strong.
    If I'm having builder's, I have it strong, no milk, no sugar.

    If I'm having something with a bit more of a complex blend, like this, which is amazing, I'll brew it a bit weaker, to allow the subtler flavours like the rose to come through.
 
 
 
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