That Johnny Bloke Does it Again

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  1. Still coming down off the ceiling!

    Stuffed the Frogs again!!

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  2. Re: That Johnny Bloke Doesit Again

    Likewise! I was shouting at the tv all through. It isn't easy being an England fan, but by God, I am one happy bunny tonight!
  3. What a Match - the old heart is giving large at the moment ( ^_^; ) - well done the lads!

    :w00t: :w00t: :thumright: :w00t: :w00t:

    Especially after the start! Now for the FINAL! BUT WHO??
  4. Argentina are the dark horses. The safe money says it has to be South Africa, but then again the same safe money said it would be France tonight......
  5. What a try from Josh Lewsey!!

    What a tackle by Worsley!!!

    What a run by Robinson!!!!

    :boogie: :boogie: :boogie: :boogie: :boogie: :boogie:
  6. Well done England.
  7. Blimey, 25 years after the Falklands are we going to beat them again! To be honest, I think I would prefer South Africa!!!

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  8. Fink' as a true Scotsman I know how much that must have hurt you, on behalf of England thank you!

    (and well done Scotland on your Soccer victory today! We'll meet you in the final of something one day and then we'll show the world what sport is really about!)
  9. Thanks Fink, it's just a shame we couldn't meet Scotland in the final.
  10. Agreed, that tackle by Worsley was a piece of work.....and Jason Robinson's run was a real heart stopping moment........Roll on the final and well done to the England Squad! Make us proud boys!

  11. Am English --live in Scotland and for all they say about the jocks its not true---------we all appreciate a good game .
    In fact its been a fcuking brilliant day for the jocks and us

    :nemo: :nemo:
  12. My wife is Scottish and celebrated as much as me at the final whistle. I was gutted when the Argies knocked them out! :pale:

    Was watching at Welford Road last week, what an atmosphere! :thumright:

    Good to see Scotland at the top of their group in the girls game!

    What do I know though, I'm a Forest fan!!!! :worship:
  13. Well done England !!! (From a half Englishman, Half Welshman, part Scotsman)

    Oh and Greenie, are you in Scotland because you're a Submariner?

    BRING ON THE FINAL :excited: :boogie: :number1: :clap: :w00t: :pissed:
  14. I'm so glad to see some Scottish/English lovin' in here for a change! I am really pleased to see England go through to the final. :clap:

    Well done lads and good luck in the final :thumright:

  15. Okay, I'm confused! Have you got 3 legs or six toes on each foot? :error:

  16. Credds --I stayed after the Faslane time. Married a Scot .
    Its great here really --no crowded roads ,parking spaces easy to find .
    Shops not crowded .

    Am in Fife ------the kingdom !!!

    :nemo: :nemo:
  17. lol, ready for this mate?

    Mother - Welsh
    Father - English
    Grandmother (Father side) - Scottish
    Great-grandmother (Mother's mother's mother) - Spanish
    Great-grandfather (Mother's mother's father) - American (I know)

    My father's father's family are all pure English bloodline, my father's mother's family are all of Scottish bloodline and my mother's father's family are all of Welsh bloodline.

    So if I was to put it all into fractions, I'd say I'm;

    1/3 Welsh, 1/3 English, 2/9 Scottish, 1/9 Spanish/American


    Nice one Greenie, glad it's nice there because I'll be there in about 2 years (providing I pass my training). Oh and of course on the 5th Nov for the RNAC in Cally.

    So what are the Scottish birds like? :drool:

    LOL your avatar makes me laugh. Why did you pick Santa's Little Helper as your avatar?
  18. I feel you pain!! :scratch: Literally!!! :mrgreen:
  19. You are definately British then :bball: :bball: heheh!

    I did my trade training at Caledonia --when it was an Artificer training
    school . Met my wife six weeks before going to the southern counties for
    more courses then asked to come back up to Scotland .

    Ended up in Faslane and Submarines!!

    The Scots girls are great --no problem other than getting used to the
    local dialect heheh!

    :nemo: :nemo:
  20. lol Don't worry, after Braveheart, which is my favourite film of all time, being watched about 99 times, I know the accent inside and out.

    So are you still a Submariner mate? Or are you retired?

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