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Hahaha how the f*** did you manage it?  :lol:

 

 

It's terrible. Undies inside out. Forgetting my watch. Mismatched clothes on the weekend and not giving a f*ck. Starting talking about something and losing track twelve words in.

 

Be warned...

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Well, I do remember that. It was because I couldn’t figure out how to long in on different computers.

 

Maybe I’ve always been a few sandwiches short of a picnic...

 

Here’s another. The flame on top of the Arc de Triomphr has only been extinguished once (I’m not sure I believe that, but still...). Mexican footie fans got up there and pissed in it after the 1998 WC final.

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Well, I do remember that. It was because I couldn’t figure out how to long in on different computers.

 

Maybe I’ve always been a few sandwiches short of a picnic...

 

Here’s another. The flame on top of the Arc de Triomphr has only been extinguished once (I’m not sure I believe that, but still...). Mexican footie fans got up there and pissed in it after the 1998 WC final.

I looked this up, apparently it’s been extinguished another time, more recent to the one you mention. The other time was an Australian who tried to cook sausages on the flame.

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Khalid Ismail, who scored UAE's goal against Germany in 1990 (a game they lost 5-1), was gifted a Rolls Royce for that goal

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Mick McCarthy released a single with Eurovision winner Linda Martin in 1991

 

What the actual f***!!!

 

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On a multi-day booze-up are we DU?

 

 

 

Lukic was born in Chesterfield[1] to Yugoslavian parents;[5] an urban legend states that Lukic's mother survived the Munich air disaster while pregnant with him; this is patently false as the crash happened in February 1958, nearly three years before Lukic's birth. There was a Mrs Lukić on board the plane, who did survive (along with her young daughter) after being saved by Manchester United goalkeeper Harry Gregg.[5][6]

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