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Cruel ......?

Postby SSue » Sat 22 Nov 2003 11:41 GMT

The England team's training session was delayed yesterday for nearly two hours at Telstra Stadium.
One of the players, while on his way back to the dressing room happened to look down and notice a suspicious looking, unknown white powdery
substance at the end of the field.
Coach Clive Woodward immediately suspended practice while the Police were called in to investigate.

After a complete field analysis, the Police determined that the white substance, unknown to the players, was the try line.

Practice was resumed when the officials decided that it was unlikely that the team would encounter the substance again.



aint that cruel.......... :lol: :lol:
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Postby nooranismith » Fri 5 Mar 2004 05:19 GMT

The English can afford to laugh at such jokes. Use the same joke for us Jocks and we won't find it funny - it's too close to the truth! Fingers crossed we can cope with the Italians this weekend at least. No fun at the bottom of the scrum.
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Postby Rich » Tue 9 Mar 2004 17:29 GMT

Well it's old, but works well. And i know that we're going to get retribution for the Irish victory :cry:

(sorry, too lazy to remove the chevrons from my C+P job)

Todays Classifieds:

> CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
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> One chariot, (low-swinging, sweet type),in urgent need of repair (wheels
> have come off..again).
> One careless owner, details from Clive
> Tel.RFU,Twickenham
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> FOR SALE: 100,000 Grand Slam t-shirts, ties & scarves - unused
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> (choice of 1998/99, 1999/2000, 2000/2001and 2003/2004 )
> Contact : RFU,Twickenham.
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> LOST (on way to Twickenham) (i) Plan B (ii) Graciousness (iii) Bottle.
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> Please contact : L. Daglalio, C. Woodward.
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> MEN CHOKE IN FRONT OF LARGE CROWD
> 49,000 spectators watched helplessly yesterday as 15 sportsmen choked in
> front of them, apparently after being force-fed a large slice of humble
> pie. A doctor attending the scene said that the men had a medical
history
> of this sort of thing: apparently it also
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> happened in 2000 in Edinburgh, Wembley in 1999 and Landsdowne in 2001.
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> IN MEMORIAM Slam, G : passed away, 7th Feb 2004. Sorely missed by Clive
> and the boys.
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Hmmmm. Needs more rope
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Postby SSue » Sat 13 Mar 2004 00:31 GMT

more, more :lol: :lol:

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