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Business studies isn't really a doss lesson. P.E on a friday is often easier than the rest of the week.

Why on earth would I work in Soho anyway?

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Business studies isn't really a doss lesson. P.E on a friday is often easier than the rest of the week.

Why on earth would I work in Soho anyway?


Oh dear.......

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Why on earth would I work in Soho anyway?


Only joking FB.

But I have heard it's good money. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angel.gif" alt="" />

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Business studies isn't really a doss lesson. P.E on a friday is often easier than the rest of the week.

Why on earth would I work in Soho anyway?


Oh dear.......


What's that supposed to mean. Fridays is always double P.E. from 1:35 to 3:40, with a 5 minute break in between. If both lessons are history, it tends to be a slightly easier lesson than if we do psychology. History of Sport is much more relaxing than psychology of sport. you have to think less, and on a friday afternoon, the general concensus is that that's a good thing.

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I was saying oh dear to the expectant barrage I thought you'd recieve for asking why you would work in Soho.

I agree with you about the PE thing. I had outdoor pursuits all afternoon on a Friday for my last 2 years of school. There was no better way to end the school week than skiing or climbing.

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Iwan Thomas - Former 40m European & Commomwealth Champion, World Cup Winner and British Record holder.



40m ?? I didnt know they raced over so short a distance!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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I've just spotted that mistake. It should have read:

Iwan Thomas - Former 400m European & Commonwealth Champion, World Cup Winner and British Record holder.

I'm still confused as to the Soho comment.

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Soho is an area in London known for it's ladies of the night.

You said that you don't get to see Dr Who usually as you work nights

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Kings Cross maybe?

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Kings Cross maybe..??

Only of you want a rent-boy Harry..!!?! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Soho is an area in London known for it's ladies of the night.


Beg to differ Chris... Soho is the 'happening' area of London with trendy bars and restaurants.
Lots of gay bars too <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/bisou.gif" alt="" />(not that I frequent them..).
Granted there are some 'seedy' clubs <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/chloe.gif" alt="" />in Soho, but not that many prozzies, not since CCTV ran the manor..!!
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the programme on itv i remeber is the wide awake clun featureing mechala strachen, tommy boyd and timmy mallet. mad but good

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Soho is an area in London known for it's ladies of the night.


Beg to differ Chris... Soho is the 'happening' area of London with trendy bars and restaurants.
Lots of gay bars too <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/bisou.gif" alt="" />(not that I frequent them..).
Granted there are some 'seedy' clubs <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/chloe.gif" alt="" />in Soho, but not that many prozzies, not since CCTV ran the manor..!!
<img src="/forum/images/graemlins/busted.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/busted.gif" alt="" />


I wasn't saying there were prostitutes there, just that it is known for it. As you said, Soho is mostly upmarket now. The seedier stuff tends to be down the Chinatown end now.

But that's what was meant by the fleetbabe / soho stuff anyway.

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Sorry pal, misinterpretation (classic case of..)

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At least celebrity love island has REAL people-unlike your sci-fi star wars [****!!****].

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If you call half of them "real people" you must be seriously deluded.

As for me and the comment about Soho, I don't find that amusing at all.

I work in the conservative club in Gravesend.

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Some of you should be ashamed of your "celebrity" knowledge. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

There have been three good "reality" shows that I can think of:

1) Boot Camp. It was on Sky One about 3-4 years ago.

2)Hell's Kitchen (series with Al Murray and Gordan Ramsay in it.)

3) Fash FC.

And I will just add a bit of "celebrity" knowledge:

Marc Bannerman also played Greg Thompson in Al Murray's Sky One sitcom "Time Gentlemen Please".


Hmmm, I wonder how long it'll be before the football-deprived amongst us start talking about Late-night Channel 4/5 and Eurosport football that we normally couldn't give two hoots about.

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Hells kitchen was good, as was Fashanu's Football Challenge on Bravo.

I've just come up with another not so good one, Sky One's The Match, with a bunch of celeb's, including Gary Lucy, training for a game of football! Enthralling stuff!

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Ah.. Time Gentlemen please. There was a show. Not a pile of cr@p at all <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

I like the contender, currently showing in ITV2 on a monday nights.

I also like any reality show where they torture or upset celebrities. there was a call earlier for a kill the celebrity type reality show. I'd watch that

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Yes, I see that, thought it was good... not the whooping everyone thought it would be though..!
Only thing that let it down was that Harvey fella (So Solid Crew) hogging the ball and fluffing up all the time..
There wil be a new series of that sought of thing soon, with Robbie Williams as captain, I think it's a world cup sort of competition, with celebs from other countries taking part... Who knows, we might win it..!!




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