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  1. Thread: Football Clubs

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    Re: Football Clubs

    I still think it'd be Sheffield FC, to be honest George as they are in continual existance as far as I know, but "leauge-wise" since Notts Co's Relegation I have read that Stoke and Nottingham...
  2. Thread: Football Clubs

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    Re: Football Clubs

    Sheffield FC (it's neither connected Wednesday or Utd in any way) but they are the oldest in the World I believe - though not the oldest in the Leauge as they have never been in it at any point
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    Re: Mrs Browns Boys

    I do like (though not love it) but the extremley filthy vulgar launage somehow makes it work sadly, as it'd not work without that half as well, so in a way that makes it cheap 9as well as the...
  4. Were you allowed out to Town/Village etc for Lunch at school?

    Living on the Coast at my 2nd Secondary with the abundance of Chippy' I'd of loved that, but the head there was beyond Tollertarian and would never of allowed this - even if we was on (and...
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    Re: Secondary School - first day

    As well on our first day in Year 7/First Year an abiding memory - from the mega Assembly Hall was being told that anybody who had worn their Ties thin side out would be made to change them in the...
  6. Re: Anyone else miss out on a year of primary school?

    i ahd heard this had happened to others but unless I delved into Fcaebook (no thanks lol) and unless I knew the people affected - these are the only way's i could find out, but yeah I do keep...
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    Re: Back Your Books at School

    In the less Srict lessons at my First Secondary (no way English, Science and Maths one Iota under any standard) that Pop Covers from The hits Magazines was allowed to be fair I am 98.9% certain I...
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    Re: School Punishment

    I don't know about the smacking to be fair george, but my Primary definitley still had the cain until about 1984 (or at the very latest 1986).

    I recall vividly some-one from another Class there...
  9. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    How i would so love to be back in 1990 again George!! It seems like yesterday to me .... I was only 13 then, but on the other side of the coin after a family death and me knowing this person from...
  10. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    Ha ha - that is true indeed George yeah, but the guy who played Pogo allmost looks like he could be a Teacher (and on the other side of the coin appears to have aged very well) I think to be fair
  11. Thread: The Searchers

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    Re: The Searchers

    I never liked The searchers to be fair George mate ... but in saying this they had a few minor jits

    Re The Seekers and The New seekers - the same person/manager behind the origibal Seekers with...
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    Re: The year 2000 from a past perspective

    Great thread here George mate and a very interesting topic! I can recall 2000 and the last few 90s years like yesterday to be honest

    2000 was very hyped I felt and people saying computers...
  13. Thread: nike jackets

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    Re: nike jackets

    If anone had any pictures of your new ones you wanted to share to compare with the original versions - that'd be well ace I think as to me the Windrunners - not just Nike are the only product I...
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    Re: The School Féte

    We only ever had one - I recall in Primary and it was either Year 5 or 6 (in new Currency) and we all got promised (an by coincidence we was booked on a trip to the National Railway Museum in Yor...
  15. Re: School Rules (Specifically Those Unique To Your School)

    In practicals regardless of our tie being worn thin - the whole tie thin in front of thick would get shoved in the top 2 Shirt Buttons

    Thinking further/farther about the rules - I have some in a...
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    Re: 25 Years since leaving school

    I was only in Year 6 (in Today's currency, or last year in Primary) then Mulletino mate. - so that makes about 5 years between our ages, but either way it's still cool recalling such memories -...
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    Re: Wakes week or May half term?

    In my neck of the woods I think it'd be fair to call it the the later or rather Spring bank. Regardless though it all makes interesting reding - the differing regional variant names I think

    80sChav
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    Re: 25 Years since leaving school

    This confirms we must be lost twins Darren pal, as I can not even recall my last do (par exam times) and I still can't recall through that neither ever!!

    Though of course I went onto do 6th Form...
  19. Thread: Black Lace

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    Re: Black Lace

    What a brill group Black Lace was - end of question!

    I love Agadoo and The Conga (who can forrget Grange Hill Series 10 playing out to tthat hey George) and Ant looking on solomly!!?

    To me...
  20. Re: Television programmes that were suspended or postponed

    Both were good george, I admitt but I never liked Leonard in much else but he was amazingly funny in Tripper's Day - as too was Bruce ........ who whatever he did, was like Gold-Dust in it
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    RIP Justin Edinburgh ex Spurs player

    Justin the manager of newly Promoted back to the Leauge Leyton Orient who played for Tottenham memorably in the 90s has died of an Heart Attack on June 8th 2019

    I think it is fair to say that...
  22. Re: Television programmes that were suspended or postponed

    Compared to Grange Hill in the early 80s to mid 80s Hardwick House was tame I thought George!

    Keeping up with the Programmes being suspended etc - Grange Hill got moved to BBC 2 in the First Gulf...
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    Aka Alf's visit
    true ia gree here with you Darren about but even though it was not liked (or certainly wou;d'nt be now), it was in jest re about other Country's in In Sickness and In Health and...
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    Talking about Monty Pyton Darren, what with all the news about John Cleese, I bet Fawlty Towers would be another

    I know john and Connie wrote Fawlty Towers close to the bone that he upsett many...
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    Re: Long distance radio stations picked up

    This was the same here Richard when we passed certain buildings or whatever - this happened with Taxi Firms in our Car/s too!! A good call/memory you've brought me back here - thanks mate :)

    This...
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