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My girlfriend loves Valentines Day surprises......






She might well regret saying that now :D :lol:


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I shouldn't get your hopes (or anything else) up for a 'cuddle' after that.

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Buy that and you'll need this:

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 6:40 pm 
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Don Direction wrote:
https://www.mkdons.com/matches/fixtures/u23-team/201718/february/windsor-v-mk-dons-u23/


Valentine's Day is a day of mourning for me: 14th February 1975, the day the world lost PG Wodehouse.
But apparently it's a "mood killer" to wear a black armband while commemorating your relationship.
Perhaps tickets for the County Cup Q/F will help the mood. :)


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:00 pm 
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Mrs Brando still resents the rather wonderful valentines treat i gave her when I took her to Yeovil away. The coldest night of the year, raining, an open terrace, no hot food? What’s not to like?

A late Ben Harding equaliser if I remember rightly.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:11 pm 
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Brando wrote:
Mrs Brando still resents the rather wonderful valentines treat i gave her when I took her to Yeovil away. The coldest night of the year, raining, an open terrace, no hot food? What’s not to like?

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Was there bovril, though?


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:24 pm 
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Brando wrote:
Mrs Brando still resents the rather wonderful valentines treat i gave her when I took her to Yeovil away.
The coldest night of the year, raining, an open terrace, no hot food? What’s not to like?

A late Ben Harding equaliser if I remember rightly.


The coldest I have ever been in my life was at a football game in the 1980's in Darlington. Don't ask me WTF I was doing there - it's a long story and a question that I asked myself throughout the whole of the game. I have never been as cold and never been back to the North East.
I also remember going to a cricket game in April - an early season Benson & Hedges cup match - and God it was cold. Not quite as bad as Darlington, but then I had to sit in it for 8 hours. And, like Brando at Yeovil, the buggers had no hot food for sale.


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Brando wrote:
Mrs Brando still resents the rather wonderful valentines treat i gave her when I took her to Yeovil away. The coldest night of the year, raining, an open terrace, no hot food? What’s not to like?

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Was there bovril, though?

#Obsessed :)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:49 pm 
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keyser soze wrote:
familymkdonsfan wrote:
Brando wrote:
Mrs Brando still resents the rather wonderful valentines treat i gave her when I took her to Yeovil away. The coldest night of the year, raining, an open terrace, no hot food? What’s not to like?

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Was there bovril, though?

#Obsessed :)


:)

I have been having bovril-type products (I am reasonably certain it used to be watery OXO as an 'up north kid' :?) at football for 43 years. I exaggerate, it is actually 42 years, the last season, as is well documented, has been rather sporadic due to the Head of Bovril Procurement being sent on gardening leave for bullying the Head of Coffee Procurement into submission in the vain attempt to merge the two roles. That was doomed to fail as they clearly are different drinks that require specialist purchasing skills, nobody would put milk in their bovril, for example - except Galverion, possibly.


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