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Smile Snacks World Cup Last 32 Game 10
Posted by: Thurso Pickle Rick - 5 hours ago - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (5)

Discos v Pretzel type things

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Star Snacks World Cup Last 32 Game 9
Posted by: Thurso Pickle Rick - 5 hours ago - Forum: WBAUnofficial - No Replies

Quavers and Kettle Chips progressed yesterday

Two games today - Hula Hoops v Golden Wonder and Discos against Pretzel Crisps (or just Pretzels if you prefer, though the former are more snacky.)

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  Without googling can the Brexiteers outline what leaving in WTO rules entails?
Posted by: Derek Hardballs - Yesterday, 04:47 PM - Forum: Politics - No Replies

Can you give those who think it’s stupid a reason this would be a good idea for our economy and public services? It seems all the rage with charlatans, liars, the well off and the kick yourself in the testicles members of society.

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  Jankemoffavic off to Qatar
Posted by: Derek Hardballs - Yesterday, 03:18 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (7)

So what attracted you to the challenge of Qatari (football?).

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  Them were the days - your favourite games as a child
Posted by: Dreamkiller - Yesterday, 03:10 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (40)

Following on from the '.... Imagine this' thread, just wondering what your favourite games were as a child. 

I used to love 'Battling Tops'. Got it for Christmas when I was about 7. Took it up to me Nan and Grandad's on Christmas Day night for the big family do, and lost one of the battling tops straight away when it went flying into the open fire. 

Bugger.

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  Just back from Transylvania
Posted by: Ministry Of Silly Signings - Yesterday, 03:02 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (10)

Absolutely loved it. Lots of history, the people we stayed with had daily excursions with a local driver. Saw castles,museums, fortified churches built by the Saxons, and spent a few days in Sibiu. Eating out ridiculously cheap, Timisoreana beer 75 p a pint. Sibiu an immaculate old town, a few miles down the road people riding on horse & carts & cutting wheat with scythes, saw bears in the wild, mountains still covered in snow.

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  Fuck. Imagine this
Posted by: baggiebloke - Yesterday, 12:00 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (23)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-48652686

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  West Bromich
Posted by: baggiebloke - Yesterday, 11:59 AM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - No Replies

https://mobile.twitter.com/drwilding/sta...7572500480

One way to get people talking about your product.

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  Ray & Liz (Filum)
Posted by: YamYam - Yesterday, 11:44 AM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (2)

Along with the many TV recommendations coming during pre-season, I was after sommat to watch last night and came across a film called Ray & Liz which drew my attention as it was clearly British looking at the poster. Checked out the trailer and started watching it immediately as I heard  Midlands accents.

I love a film that is beautifully shot but the nostalgic (if dank/depressing) setting also brought back so many memories which luckily enough wasn't too close to my own upbringing. There's a scene that had to be Dudley Zoo and the end credits confirmed it was shot in Dudley and Cradley Heath.

I wish I could tell everyone where to stream it legitimately but it doesn't seem to be available anywhere having watched it on the Loki addon in Kodi. However the company website that own the rights gives more info if you want to wait it out (or watch it now &  purchase later) here.

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  Just back from Croatia...
Posted by: ferencpuskas - Yesterday, 08:56 AM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (11)

can thoroughly recommend the place, and only two hours from Brum airport.  Paul Merson and Nathan Hughes in our hotel, had a little natter with Merse, nice bloke, likes WBA, and never saw him drinking, other than soft drinks all the time,  also spoke to a member of the  staff about Bilic, he said... "sobu je pospremilala i kontrolira" ...whatever that means, I said cheers mate, merci beaucoup.

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