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 Gav Wilson

FREE entry for young Knights!

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Is Radio York giving the free entry a good airing? needs plenty of shouting about,good for the young onea to get out of the parents way for a couple of hours.

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Is Radio York giving the free entry a good airing?

 

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I'm hearing free admission to all women who take part in Sunday morning's Race For Life too.

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I'm hearing free admission to all women who take part in Sunday morning's Race For Life too.

 

Am I getting this right? Free entry to all women who have taken part in the Race for Life, do the women know?

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 Could it be that Ken Williams heard he can also get in fee if he brings his Mum and Dad.

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  Could it be that Ken Williams heard he can also get in fee if he brings his Mum and Dad.

 

 

Stop messin' about!

 

As has been highlighted above this def needs plenty of airing otherwise we'll just get the same ten youngsters turning up. Am sure that Sharon Shortle bird will shout about it?

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Am sure that Sharon Shortle bird will shout about it?

The 1980's called - they want their mysogynisms back :)

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The 1980's called - they want their mysogynisms back :)

 

 

Aye, those were the days Andy, 1960s to 1980s, Female Eunuchs and all that. Germaine Greer still fighting to add to the one female loo in the ground and us gents risking legionares in the Wiggy Road bog ( Not sure what the poor sod on the scoreboard gantry did, but the plants in Clarence Gardens always appeared to be thriving )

 

Birds and toilet humour are much missed, should never have moved. 

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( Not sure what the poor sod on the scoreboard gantry did, but the plants in Clarence Gardens always appeared to be thriving )

My old man may well have been responsible for some of that thrive - not a euphemism.

Birds and toilet humour are much missed, should never have moved.

We were amazing at Clarence street, barely lost and regularly played infront of massive crowds. Also, it was always summer and you could get one of each and still have change enough to buy a house.

Can't wait for the Community Stadium to be built so we can spend the next 25 years reminiscing about how much better Huntington Stadium was - it's just progress for the sake of progress.

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.We were amazing at Clarence street, barely lost and regularly played infront of massive crowds. Also, it was always summer and you could get one of each and still have change enough to buy a house.

 

 

:sarcastichand:

 

Also seem to remember that all pensioners got in for nowt. Are you reading this guff Gav?

 

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