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#1 razza699

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 09:03 AM

Ramblings of a mad man !

http://jeffwinterent...012/1112062.php
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#2 Stevie_J

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 09:08 AM

Ramblings of a mad man !

http://jeffwinterent...012/1112062.php

The guy's an attention-seeking idiot.
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Posted 12 January 2012 - 09:53 AM

His web site has been suspended!
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#4 razza699

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 09:57 AM

His web site has been suspended!

here it is then..


Into Napier and a tour of the town, neighbouring Hastings and the Hawkes Bay area. Real NZ, clean, fresh air, fields and fruit, strawberries the size of apples.

Star man is once again the bearer of bad tidings. Celtic are top of the league!! Now the football implications are obvious, but what does it mean for the altar boys? Do they get abused in celebration? Would it have been worse in the anger of defeat? Or would they just get abused anyway?



What's this got to do with football, nothing, but anyone who backs the Catholic Church that is fronted by a dress wearing, Nazi, kiddy fiddling protector deserves all the vitriol it gets. FTP!!

At the top of Te Mata Peak - what a view, mind the road up is scary and I'm not looking forward to the trip down!! Survived and on board for departure to next port of call. Jimmy Bucket who was supposed to be updating me from the cesspit is conspicuous by his absence but various texts from mates from the dark side. Twats!!

More private mimicry of fellow travellers. The Aussies do appear a tad simple. Question to driver, what are those grills? They are cattle grids to stop animals getting onto the steep road up the mountain, he replies. Same woman, we have them back home!! What!!

Captain warns us that we will meet the rain tomorrow.

Captain Pugwash was not lying. Woke up and it was pissing down. Neale Cooper back at Hartlepool, amazing!! The fans will be over the moon, those of us that knew how his last spell ended are surprised to put it mildly. The fans have who they want so let's see what happens.

Dilemma, it's my son's birthday today, only it's tomorrow really. So do I contact him today, a day early or tomorrow when his birthday is yesterday but really is the correct day. Decisions, decisions.

The word from back home is that Rangers continued with their ineffective long ball game, bypassing the midfield that appears incapable of passing. SPL trophy at Septick Park by Easter!

When I said it was raining that was an understatement. We had to walk about 800 yards to the mini bus and by the time we got there we were soaked to the skin, literally. Our lass sat in her bra and knickers, I said hello to the fellow passengers then whipped my shorts off, commando, and popped my swimming trunks on.

It continued to lash it down all day. John's Tours was owned and executed by octagarian John, who did not have the best of memories. Eleven seats but he set off without two passengers who he forgot he had just let go back to the ship for a change of clothes!! He then kept explaining the same things over and over again whilst orgasmically announcing the site of another herd of sheep or cows.

Stopped at a kiwi shop, tried some kiwi fruit and wine and liqueur off a young lady called Ashley who was very well proportioned. Headed to Te Puia and the geysers and saw Maoris doing the Haka. My missus seemed impressed by how far they can stick their tongues out.

It was, despite the weather, a good day, made all the better by the passengers having a laugh at good old John's expense. Back to the ship and soggy clothes removed. Tomorrow it's Auckland and our planned meet with Matt Messias and Katie. They had better not tell us that they emigrated here for the weather.

After the soaking yesterday and my worst night to date in the casino - ten spins, no winnings - it was Auckland for NYE. Drizzle eventually turned into sunshine but it didn't matter.

The best day of the hols so far, so we met Matt and Katie Messias. It was planned as a coffee because they were going away but the weather changed their plans. So the coffee turned into the crappiest tram ride ever, round a soon to be developed wasteland, then a visit to a pub that lasted three hours.

Reminiscing about the old days and hearing about their new life out here. Like myself, glad to be out of the political world of refereeing.

We then went up Auckland Tower and with my not liking heights coupled with alcohol intake I felt a bit dodgy. A great day though and credit to Matt for walking away from the Prem to start a new better life for his family.

Back on board we celebrated New Year with Keith and Sheila, the former originally from Cheshire and his Aussie friend, much travelled and now living in Kangaroo land and two lads from Montreal, Ewan originally a Dunfermline lad and his partner Steve who originally hailed from Newfoundland. Great company and we had a laugh, mostly at everybody else's expense.

I had my last bet of the year at the casino and make a small profit. I intend to give up gambling, drinking, sex and football in the New Year... then again!

Best to everyone for a happy, healthy and prosperous new year. Whoever you support, enjoy your football and remember, it's only a game.
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Posted 12 January 2012 - 12:50 PM


Dilemma, it's my son's birthday today, only it's tomorrow really. So do I contact him today, a day early or tomorrow when his birthday is yesterday but really is the correct day. Decisions, decisions.

When I said it was raining that was an understatement. We had to walk about 800 yards to the mini bus and by the time we got there we were soaked to the skin, literally. Our lass sat in her bra and knickers, I said hello to the fellow passengers then whipped my shorts off, commando, and popped my swimming trunks on.


1) Errrrrr phone him tomorrow in NZ so it'll be his actually birthday in England you tool

2) Nnnnnnnnnnnnniiiiiiiiicccccccccceeeeeeeeeeee :o
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