The electronic advertising hoarding had some things going on I haven’t watched before. There’s the regular emergency locksmiths I had wondered is a cunning sign to the players it’s time to break out our own half, though it clearly isn’t. There’s a whole load of lorry’s clogging into some sort of convoy - 10-4 my good buddies. And we have what’s looks like two television sets chasing each other around half the ground, or maybe making a break for it. In premier league they have walking dogs, maybe at this level all you can afford or expect are some indeterminate black squares.
Those poor sods in East Stand are missing out on these interesting developments.
Nevertheless 'Pump it up!'at halftime saved the Nick Day!
Pump it up PUMP IT UP we’ve been here before Doris, it’s the cheesiest of cheesiest of Euro trash pop cheese. I’ll let you know when it is growing on me. I’ll have a pipi in one hand and popo in the other.
But it it’s great old nick has been saved. When I saw him flat lining the grass in the old days I used to feel he’s had a lot on his plate. Now he is 1 quarter of the size of the sunglasd walrus that came out at Wembley before the Grimsby game. On the pitch Saturday he probably weighs about 3 or 4 squirrels that’s all. And he’s alive. Good.