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...Managed to score any points AND keep them yet in Rugby League?

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(I wish this were a real pub... <img src="/images/graemlins/elephant.gif" alt="" />)

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...Managed to score any points AND keep them yet in Rugby League?

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(I wish this were a real pub... <img src="/images/graemlins/elephant.gif" alt="" />)


So do I!!

As for Halifax, "Fax coach Tony Anderson was philosophical after his injury-hit side's 21st consecutive defeat".

They've only 6 games left one of which is London Broncos, the only team they have beaten this season.

I'm a Bulls supporter myself!! <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Is there a worse run of defeats for any other team in ANY other sport?

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Wondered where you had been Lass
Hanging around with all those muscle bound drug addicts in rugby league I see
I would have thought that seeing what you do in your profession you!d have been looking for some nice clean lads

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Wondered where you had been Lass
Hanging around with all those muscle bound drug addicts in rugby league I see
I would have thought that seeing what you do in your profession you!d have been looking for some nice clean lads


I've been doing no such thing pabird! Spent much of the past ten days driving up and down the M1 and the M25 together with a trip on the M20 and M2!!

I've not been on here much because I'm pining away for Invis. <img src="/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />
Can't wait for him to get back from his "digging"!

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Hi Lass, pine no more, I have returned from my hole. And you can't find a nicer cleaner lad than me!

Hallo urchins too, how's it going in the dizzy heights of the Ryman Prem?

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Hallo? Bist du Deutsch?

The Ryman Prem's grand, ta Mr Invisible. <img src="/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> Looking forward to a long hard season.

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Deutsch? What's all that about then?

Glad you're enjoying the Prem, but how have your results been? I'm too lazy to look them up you see.

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Deutsch? What's all that about then?


When Germans are being informal, instead of saying 'Guten Morgen', 'Guten Tag' or 'Guten Abend', they say 'Hallo', 'Moin moin', 'Mahlzeit' or 'Gruß Gott'.

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Excellent. I hadn't heard off the moin moin one! I was told to say 'Guten morgen' was the equivalent of 'how do you do' and so, unless in a formal situation, it was best to stick to good ol' 'hallo'.

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OK, but "hallo" is also the standard English informal greeting, so I still can't work out why you queried if I am German! I would hazard that the German greeting is derived from the English anyway.

Not that I shall lose any sleep over it.

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Hi Lass, pine no more, I have returned from my hole. And you can't find a nicer cleaner lad than me!




Your hole? Makes you sound like a mole!!! <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

Anyway, so nice to have you back Invis. I'll stop pining now. Did you enjoy your digging escapades?!! <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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Digging was very good but extremely hot. Good thing I mainly just wander round pointing at things, filling in bits of paper, trying to look knowledgable and authoratative and moaning at students rather than doing any real work!

I recall I had a pint of beer on the odd occassion too. There's an extremely pleasant pub by the canal too, where a jolly good meal can be had on a summer's evening. I have also developed a taste for Little Chef's (the cafe chain, not diminutive cooks!).

Back to the same old drudgery now though.....

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Digging was very good but extremely hot. Good thing I mainly just wander round pointing at things, filling in bits of paper, trying to look knowledgable and authoratative and moaning at students rather than doing any real work!

I recall I had a pint of beer on the odd occassion too. There's an extremely pleasant pub by the canal too, where a jolly good meal can be had on a summer's evening. I have also developed a taste for Little Chef's (the cafe chain, not diminutive cooks!).





Back to the same old drudgery now though.....



"Knowledgable and authoratative and moaning", Oh Invis!!!! <img src="/images/graemlins/blush.gif" alt="" />

"Same old drudgery"? Doesn't fit in with the image I have of you !!
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I hadn't heard off the moin moin one!


Moin moin is only used in North Germany, and Gruß Gott is normally only used in South Germany.

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OK, but "hallo" is also the standard English informal greeting, so I still can't work out why you queried if I am German! I would hazard that the German greeting is derived from the English anyway.

Not that I shall lose any sleep over it.

I'd have said hello was the english greeting..not hallo <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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Alternative spellings, equally acceptable. It can also be spelt "hullo" but this is rarely used these days.

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That's how they spell it in lord of the rings(hullo)...

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That rings hollow.

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Moin moin is only used in North Germany, and Gruß Gott is normally only used in South Germany.


Like 'ey up and alright guv, then!?

Sweet FA is right - Hallo is the German spelling, hello is the CORRECT spelling (as it is British... <img src="/images/graemlins/blush.gif" alt="" />). Never heard of the other possible spellings.

I can smell gravey. Oh great, now I want a roast dinner! Might have my banana instead. <img src="/images/graemlins/affig.gif" alt="" />




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