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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

DR HOLDSWORTH GROANS...

I suppose Graham is somewhat constrained in what he's allowed to do, with regards the world cup. Think yourself lucky; I seem to besurrounded by World Cup obsessives, and motorway travel (of which I doentirely too much; on the order of 500 miles per week) is now fraughtwith the danger of flags detaching themselves from cars.


See you at the Weird Weekend, anyway.

2 comments:

Ego Ronanus said...

What is the World Cup? Is it connected with some kind of sport?

Oll Lewis said...

I think it is something to do with that 'foot the ball' game that people who like to drink beer on sofas are so interested in these days. I don't know all that much about it other than what I've seen in adverts and such like... Apparently players of 'foot the ball' spend all their time shaving, drinking Pepsi and eating at McDonalds.