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promotion plaice
May 22, 2015, 8:03am

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Saturday afternoons aren't quite the same without football so i will be at a loss as what to do. I don't really have any hobbies so after walking the dogs maybe a bit of cricket on the telly.


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Away somewhere in my camper. Probably walking some coastal path or suchlike. Other half finishes her degree next week and has just got a job which starts in August, so we are planning to sodomist off round northern England and Scotland for a few weeks from the beginning of June and it will be the start of the season before we know it.
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Moan probably. Got a holiday in greece at the end of june but nothing beats the football on a saturday
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Away somewhere in my camper. Probably walking some coastal path or suchlike. Other half finishes her degree next week and has just got a job which starts in August, so we are planning to sodomist off round northern England and Scotland for a few weeks from the beginning of June and it will be the start of the season before we know it.


Sounds idylic. Enjoy
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Sounds idylic. Enjoy


Thank you, i will.

Going to find some remote spots and chill out.
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Anything but shopping.

Probably fishing, cycling, gym, painting the shed. Watching paint dry, just not shopping.


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Away somewhere in my camper. Probably walking some coastal path or suchlike. Other half finishes her degree next week and has just got a job which starts in August, so we are planning to sodomist off round northern England and Scotland for a few weeks from the beginning of June and it will be the start of the season before we know it.


I went down to Dorset for the first time at Easter (always went to Cornwall or Devon when I was a kid). Some beautiful scenery and great walking down there (plenty of nice pubs as well!) so worth a visit if you're in that neck of the woods.
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Saturday afternoons aren't quite the same without football so i will be at a loss as what to do. I don't really have any hobbies so after walking the dogs maybe a bit of cricket on the telly.


I could watch some cricket or I could spend time pushing needles under my fingernails for more fun. No disrespect to the op but when I watch cricket or rugby I am reminded why football is called the beautiful game, especially watching Town these days.

Bizarrely, as a Merseyside exile, I am very keen to see who'll we'll be playing and when next season - something I've not done in a very long time.
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May 22, 2015, 1:28pm

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Thank you, i will.

Going to find some remote spots and chill out.

Get yourself to Plockton. My favourite place in the whole of the UK to chill out and relax and recently voted the 2nd most scenic village in the UK.

https://www.google.co.uk/searc.....biw=1440&bih=747


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Get yourself to Plockton. My favourite place in the whole of the UK to chill out and relax and recently voted the 2nd most scenic village in the UK.

https://www.google.co.uk/searc.....biw=1440&bih=747


Dont think you have ever mentioed that before Les
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