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I'm watching the Womens football. I clipped this a while ago, and it used to be true, and amusing.

The Spanish team don't seem to have read it. :smile:
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Nice one David. I like the letter. From what I have seen of women's football it's like their tennis. Clean and entertaining, not sullied by temper tantrums or gamesmanship.
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I concur, noticed also that they can run about forever it would seem. The games look a lot faster than the prima donna blokes versions. :smile:
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We watched the extra time last night and it was excellent, totally different game to how the men play.
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Murder in Provence.

Has there ever been anything worse on the prime time Sunday evening slot? I doubt it. :smile:
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Sorry your evening was spoiled David, I know nothing about it.....
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We binge watched The Drowning on Netflix, a four part BBC drama. Jill Halfpenny and Rupert Penry Jones are in it, not a bad watch. Some of it stretches reality a bit but it works.
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I watched two more episodes of The Undeclared War.... Annoying flash backs but I coped.....
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We watched the football, what a good game, very enjoyable to watch.
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Indeed Gloria. A totally different kettle of fish to the game that the blokes play. Still hard in the tackles but you don't see them writhing about in agony when they fall over. They just get up and carry on. Extremely successfully last night, I don't normally follow football as a rule but the girls are always worth watching, impressed as well by the number of pony tails. :smile:
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Totally different to the game the guys play Ian, I agree. They could learn a lot from watching these, and it is much more entertaining without the amateur dramatics.
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I watched two more episodes of The Undeclared War.
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The House of Gucci on Amazon Prime. Not a bad film really :good:
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I've been watching an old Scandi Noir, 'Trom'. Set in the Faroes and interesting if only for the wild scenery and how people live there.
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We watched three of four Cheats last night on itv hub. Probably watch the last one tonight after football. Very watchable, keeps the attention all the way through.
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Watched part 4 of Cheats….excellent.
Watched football…….sweet Caroline…….loved it.
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I watched a lot of the football and the end. Thank God they won..... I hate to think of all that Hype backfiring in the commentariat's faces :biggrin2:
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I watched F1 Highlights. Don't miss it Stanley, it's edge of the seat viewing!
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I have it booked on catch-up tonight. The Mercedes team seem to be making progress with the problems that have been plaguing them this season.
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You were right Wendy, one of the better races. How nice to see Lewis able to compete again! I'll bet young George was really pissed off when he was overtaken by the old master.....
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