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i prefer rugby! but thats only cos our school only do rugby for the guys and not football.
rugby is really fun to watch!!
y did you call yourself private school girl....I am going to call myself grammar school boy
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i prefer rugby! but thats only cos our school only do rugby for the guys and not football.
rugby is really fun to watch!!
Where are you at school??
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go ahead then! i called myself it cos i do go to a private school and i couldnt think of another name and i dont fancy putting my own name down.

school - Wellington School.
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go ahead then! i called myself it cos i do go to a private school and i couldnt think of another name and i dont fancy putting my own name down.

school - Wellington School.
Oh dear
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Oh dear
Wellington...what a lovely bunch of RUGBY PLAYING expelled sixthformers you have (or had).
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go ahead then! i called myself it cos i do go to a private school and i couldnt think of another name and i dont fancy putting my own name down.

school - Wellington School.
Ah yes...the imfamous Welly boys... :rolleyes:
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go ahead then! i called myself it cos i do go to a private school and i couldnt think of another name and i dont fancy putting my own name down.

school - Wellington School.
Oh yea... didn't Will Young go to Wellington School?! My housemaster at Dean Close, in Cheltenham used to teach there.
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what?
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Ah yes...the imfamous Welly boys... :rolleyes:
Funny how it came up in the rugby v football thread
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Oh yea... didn't Will Young go to Wellington School?! My housemaster at Dean Close, in Cheltenham used to teach there.
cool, when did he leave teaching here?
yeah will young did i think, not sure.
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Funny how it came up in the rugby v football thread
mmm yes... :rolleyes:
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Oh yea... didn't Will Young go to Wellington School?! My housemaster at Dean Close, in Cheltenham used to teach there.
Sorry I'm talking rubbish again. I meant Wellington College. Wellington School is different me thinks!
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Funny how it came up in the rugby v football thread
Funny in a good or bad way?
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Funny in a good or bad way?
last one in the briny is a rotten egg...my school doesn't play footie
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last one in the briny is a rotten egg...my school doesn't play footie
I tell you which school is the epitome of the Public school stereotype...Harrow
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last one in the briny is a rotten egg...my school doesn't play footie
That's the second time you've used that incomprehensible phrase...what exactly IS a briny?? :confused:
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I tell you which school is the epitome of the Public school stereotype...Harrow
Oh lordy yes...i used to go out with someone from Harrow, he used to wear golfing jumpers and all my mates ripped it out of him...he moved with his family to Finland and bought an island
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That's the second time you've used that incomprehensible phrase...what exactly IS a briny?? :confused:
the sea, water
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Oh lordy yes...i used to go out with someone from Harrow, he used to wear golfing jumpers and all my mates ripped it out of him...he moved with his family to Finland and bought an island
they are arrogant *****
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I am here in the united states, curious about rugby. I grew up watching what we call football (oblong ball, mostly passed and carried, sometimes kicked, I am unsure of its popularity around the globe). I have watched football as you all know it and found it only slightly entertaining. I understand soccer (football to you and the rest of the world), but just am not as entertained by it. I've seen rugby played on the other hand, and have no idea what's going on. Still though, it is entertaining enough to inquire futher. I was on bbc academy's site looking into the rules and found two distinct types of rugby. I am curious as to the differences between league and union. So far union seems to have more followers, and seems more like what I will be interested in thanks for any feedback guys (and gals).
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