....... so will you be watching tomorrow?

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  1. WDWfan uk

    WDWfan uk <font color=red>.... but you can call me Shirley :

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    ....... have you access to a TV if you are at work?

    ( I'm not sure I can bear it!! I found watching the first game like being on a roller coaster and not being able to get off - which is fine for about half an hour, but it begins to get way too stressful after a long time!)
     
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  3. Goofyish

    Goofyish DIS Veteran

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    We have a large screen set up in the restaurant at work - although most people in the office have booked the afternoon off and are going to a local pub to watch the game.
     
  4. rob@rar.org.uk

    rob@rar.org.uk Skiing is best, Mickey comes next

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    Watching what?

    Regards

    Rob
     
  5. SimonV

    SimonV Proud to have called Bob Varley 'friend'

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    I think Shirley means the great history of gardening programme on UK Drama. A real roller-coaster ride if ever there was one :D
     
  6. rob@rar.org.uk

    rob@rar.org.uk Skiing is best, Mickey comes next

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    Oh that. Well I won't be watching it live, but I have set my vcr to record it for future viewing pleasure.

    Regards

    Rob

    ;)
     
  7. Kevin Stringer

    Kevin Stringer <font color=blue>Chat Host<br><font color=brown>Od

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    I'll be in the pub by 10:30 to bag a front row seat.
    By 12:30 I may not care who wins!

    Eng-er-land, Eng-er-land, Eng-er-land.......... Eng-er-land, Eng-er-land.

    Even I can remember the lyrics.

    Please let us win this one. I would love to put up the '2 fingers of God' to Maradona.

    Kev
     
  8. Carol Ann UK

    Carol Ann UK I'm going to Florida again!!

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    No TV in office unfortunately. A group of us are taking flexi leave and going down the pub. Just for the atmosphere you understand!

    We have assorted flags and are in good voice cos we've been practising.

    Luckily there are a few 'sad' people in our office who don't like football, so they will be left to man the phones. sorry, person the phones. Mind you, they are sounding like martyrs alredy.

    Why do so many adverts seem to say that women don't like football?

    Planning a breakfast meeting for next Wednesday.

    carol
     
  9. Edayy

    Edayy Mouseketeer

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    Well lucky me - our business is a sportsbook so we constantly have all the games on in our office but today at 12.30 pm i am going to stop and not do anything and scream for ENGLAND!!!!!

    Eda
     
  10. Daftman

    Daftman Mouseketeer

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    WHAT A WIN!!

    OUTSTANDING TEAM PERFORMANCE.

    YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED THE LAST TIME WE BEAT THE
    ARGIES IN THE WORLD CUP. (1966)

    NO IM NOT GOING TO TEMPT FATE.

    ANYWAY GO ON THE LADS!!
     
  11. Beth__WDW23/6/02

    Beth__WDW23/6/02 <font color=deeppink>you can never mock anything u

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    WOOHOO
    That was a great game :D
    1-0 but they won,and good ol'becks..way to go lads...

    Beth :D :bounce: :Pinkbounc :bounce: :Pinkbounc
     
  12. kellyla

    kellyla <font color=6666CC>Pooh Beanie-aholic<br><font col

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    Lots of England fans in this house in Canada.Unfortunately my Beckham crazy son had to go to school about 5 minutes before he scored.Luckily they will show the game here a few more times in repeat.

    GO ENGLAND GO!!
     
  13. kazzie

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    Hi,

    I'm back from holiday today,we went to Javea on the Costa Blanca (in Spain!)

    The highlight of the holiday was going to a bar on the promanade on the beach to watch the football.Five minutes before it started a group of Argentinian supporters stood up to leave (wise move!!)and we had their table at the front with the best view.....result!

    It was a fantastic atmosphere and being away from home makes you more not less patriotic.I wiped a tear from my eye as we all sang the national anthem.We'd spent the week wondering if certain people or families were English,then there we all were in our glory,banners scarves,England tops.My SIL stayed on the beach and said the roar when England scored was fantastic:D She thought we'd scored 3 times as we all cheered just as loud at the 2 replays of the goal;)

    Come on you Reds!
     

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