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Discussion in 'Tennis' started by WestCountrylalala, Jan 4, 2012.
*Takes a seat*
I'll have a glass of Prosecco (Can't afford Champers).
I'm not really a tennis fan as it clashs with sitting in silence in a dark room time. I do try to watch Murray though but I find I'm bad luck on the fella. Here's to hoping he wins tomorrow.
Welcome Saints (I'll forgive you for being a saints fan....I think) take your pic cheers, to a jock win tomorrow
You should forgive me, as I've been living in your city for the last 6 years
I'll take the It goes well with tennis.
Doesn't that make it worse, you live here and support Southampton?
Yes, I'm not a fan of this city to be fair apart from the China House (Pub on the Barbican). That place holds my heart
Oh no! The bar is riddled with vermin ahem saints fans
I won't be here for much longer. I'm off back to Hampshire in May The vermin will have gone... for good hopefully
Just messing with you I quite like the Bournmouth/Poole area, that aint far from Southampton is it!
It's alright, I know you are. I live on the GC so have quite thick skin. Yeah, it ain't that far and I don't technically live in Soton. Soton isn't the nicest of cities but it has improved over the years. I like Poole more than B'mouth as it is a bit less chavvy. Best place in Plymouth has to be North Prospects (Swilley)
Can't think why you wouldn't like our fine city tbh, it's a great place to live. Like all cities it has it's poor areas but hey we have the beaches on our doorstep, Dartmoor, the Hoe, Barbican and HOME PARK. I love it here.
I can't drive. This place is perfect if I could drive as I have friends down in Polperro and Dartmoor is great for a weekend hike. I've had my good times here but I just find Plymouth has more than it's fair share of ****ers
Can't argue with that
Can one have a Rusty Nail, purely for medicinal purposes you understand?
I've decided to "work from home" tomorrow and it's, ahem, quite possible the Murray match will be on in the background.
talk of the
I think come tomorrow lunchtime I may be glad I didn't get to see the match....BUT YOU NEVER KNOW!!!
I went through a period back in the 90s when I refused to watch Celtic v Rangers games because for about four or five years every time I did Celtic got beat. It happened every time. I put it down to me being a jinx but in reality it was just that Celtic were crap and Rangers were better than us.
I was thinking I might not watch the Murray match tomorrow for the same silly superstitious reason but it would take one helluva an ego to think that watching a tennis match could actually influence the result.
Still, if Andy loses tomorrow you're more than welcome to blame me
Now, about that Rusty Nail...
Isn't it a cocktail? Served above lol.
I get like that too, used to wear my earrings with green stones in them to home matches and we lost - every match so stopped wearing them. I also think sometimes Argyle play better when I'm not there, stupid aint it?
ST you need to start jinxing your team a bit more often these days!
Speaking of not watching, I'm not a particularly superstitious person but I've literally seen like 10 minutes of Murray on court so far this Aussie Open and he's done quite well so far. I doubt I'll get to see much of the match tomorrow if any at all so hopefully the run will keep going
I hate Andy Murray and it's nothing to do with him being a Scotch bastard (although he is )
I'm actually quite happy with tennis at the moment though, I like Djokovic and Nadal, and I'm part Belarusian so the woman's is going great Even I play once a week at the moment...