Discussion in 'Match Day' started by LondonOrn, Mar 10, 2018.
while we're here, just who is Josie d'Arby?
Terrance Trent’s sister?
Epsom's sister ?
Yeah but tell us what we all want to know Jim - what’s your favourite musical and why?
Oh. Free hit etc etc.
And I shall have to side-step this weeks topic. I can safely say I’ve never seen a musical and they look similar to what I imagine torture in Guantanamo Bay is like.
BBC radio Manchester play.
Sponsored by the Sun.
Cue 5 year mourning period or until next famous liverpulian dies, annual remembrance ceremony etc....
Still at least Cilla can finally rest in peace now, that'll be a relief for the family.
Probably limited thinking incorporated into the process.
Similar to his 'instinctive' punditry.
It gets better!
Rhyl is just Scouseland on Sea.
I tried to prove myself wrong, with regards to the general state of Scouse women and looked up "Scouse women who aren't complete hedgepigs" on Google.
It came up with an article from the Liverpool Echo, claiming a dazzling dozen, which included:
- Amy Jackson (no, me neither) from the Isle of Man
- Jorgie Porter (err.......?) from Trafford
- Christine Martin (something to do with the less funny than the other not funny one, from Max and Paddy) from Blackpool
- Jennifer Metcalfe (who ARE these people????) from Bradford
- Sharon Maughan (who is, for a change, from Liverpool) who is 67!!!!
And finally, someone I have at least heard of, Emily Atack..........................from Luton
Well, I hadn't heard of her but I do note that she has, happily, appeared in Dad's Army.
In the remake film.
Presumably to sex up the role of Private Godfrey's renowned sister Dolly.
Quite right too.
And Gray still can't get in the team...
With Deeney and Okaka now both rehabilitated in different ways under Gracia, does anyone think we’ll see Gray play for Watford again before we sell him in the summer?
I've seen the clip but couldn't hear the voices - just read the subtitles. I stand corrected. It raises a qusetion, I suppose, - was he an Evertonian, then?
According to this, he's Welsh. Looks like a bit of a moron:
He’s about as Welsh as I am. Colwyn Bay is full of displaced Scousers, and (I dare say) Mancs.
I think you’re forgetting , one of the greatest entertainers of all time , Dame Cilla .
Overrated. Not enough goals for a CF. And no obvious links with the Scouse mourners/victims ??
Ex- Childrens television and Big Breakfast presenter amongst other things. Was at some point dating Gerard Butler I think. She's definitely Welsh not Scouse but then a lot of north Wales people sound scouse when they talk.
"Scouse women who aren't complete hedgepigs"
Redhead songstress Sonia seems to be ageing well.
Spice Girl Mel C, Heidi Range (Ex-Sugababe) & Tapu Singer Carol Decker have let them selves go a bit however.
Are Echo and the Bunnymen the only truly great thing to have come out of Liverpool ?
It could be argued (justifiably in my opinion) that The Beatles were great.
I think the guy who invented the goal net may have been a Mickey Mouser.
Cannot think of many others.
If anyone wants a ticket please dm me
Also Teardrop Explodes and the Mighty Wah!
Yes for relatively fleeting moments....
Never heard of them.
Very spittable face to be fair...
And Big in Japan and the Chuddie Nuddies.
and the fantastic Yachts
at least you even got that, I got an article about 34 insanely adorable gifts for people who like hedgehogs
I'm impressed; how do you know all this stuff? (Mind you, that's not the same as being envious in the case of these particular facts). Or is Mr Google your friend? When it comes to pretty girls - just sit at a pavement coffee shop and watch - there's loads of them. Sadly, mostly not available, of course.
I don't much like musicals, but was once dragged along to see 'Guys and Dolls' on stage: Despite myself I was hugely impressed with an immaculate display of high-end professionalism. It was really good, especially because it clearly involved very difficult routines and they were so well done. A bit, I suppose, like watching Man City when you're not a fan - you have to say they're very good.
Watford at Liverpool - I certainly wasn't scared of Arsenal, but this lot could let rip when they're at home. I think our defence is going to severely tested. It's football and one-off surprises can happen, but I'll not be putting any money on it.
I watched a lot of Kid's TV when she was a presenter and I'm blessed with an excellent memory for useless facts but it's to the detriment of my short term memory. I'm invaluable in pub quizzes but completely hopeless when I get to the bottom of the stairs and forget what I went downstairs for.
I'm from North Wales, miles away from Colwyn Bay, I'm just gutted the match on Saturday clashes with the Wales France rugby But the rugby game is pointless unlike th....nah, watching Watford is never pointless, unless we lose, then it's pointless, obvs
Well, I'm with you on the bottom of the stairs thingy. But, if I remember rightly, I'm also cr*p at the long-term stuff as well. hey ho.