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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 15 Feb 17 10.01am Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by martin2412

Me thinks the OP sells scarves in Holmesdale Road.

He's either the half and half scarf seller by The Clifton or the the West Indian lady near Norwood Junction selling the home knits. Always feel a bit sorry for her thinking she sells about 3 a season.

Saw a Palace fan give her a box wrapped Christmas present. Put a smile on my face before the fortnight oh selhurst humiliation.

 


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bubble wrap Flag Carparks in South East London 15 Feb 17 8.51pm

Originally posted by Bangell

What are your views on gloves and socks, bubble?

No gloves,no socks and definatly no bobble hats. Why i am at no replicar ahirts either. To go to Palace you should either be dressed to look hard or dressed all in black if in the little boys brigade.

 

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bubble wrap Flag Carparks in South East London 15 Feb 17 8.53pm

Originally posted by bicycle repair man

But imagine how much worse it would be if I didn't wear it.

It cant be much worse. Me thinks your scarf should be used to wipe ones backside with

 

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Mo Sizlak Flag 15 Feb 17 9.04pm

I'm not a scarfer. Never have been.
Only time I wear colours is when we play Brighton or Millwall.
Or when we're in a play off/semi and/or final/cup final.

 


Babs and Clean Willie were in love they said....

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Mo Sizlak Flag 15 Feb 17 9.16pm

Not away to Millwall or the scum though.
I ain't that stoopid!

 


Babs and Clean Willie were in love they said....

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View Michaelawt85's Profile Michaelawt85 Flag Bexley 15 Feb 17 9.44pm Send a Private Message to Michaelawt85 Add Michaelawt85 as a friend

Originally posted by Mo Sizlak

Not away to Millwall or the scum though.
I ain't that stoopid!

No sense of adventure some people

 


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Mo Sizlak Flag 15 Feb 17 9.53pm

Originally posted by Michaelawt85

No sense of adventure some people

I've been to the old and new den.
The Goldstone, Withdean and that new monstrosity.
I didn't cry though...oh hang on...yes I did.
I didn't wet myself at the old den though.
No siree...

Edited by Mo Sizlak (15 Feb 2017 9.57pm)

 


Babs and Clean Willie were in love they said....

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View bicycle repair man's Profile bicycle repair man 15 Feb 17 10.50pm Send a Private Message to bicycle repair man Add bicycle repair man as a friend

Originally posted by bubble wrap

It cant be much worse. Me thinks your scarf should be used to wipe ones backside with


No way, it's a posh one, made of Cashmere .

 

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View A1969Eagle's Profile A1969Eagle Flag Redhill 16 Feb 17 2.00am Send a Private Message to A1969Eagle Add A1969Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by merganser

Any risk that the players might start singing: "You're not fit to wear the scarf!"

Personally, I back the team whatever . . . Even if they're losing 50-0 in the first ten minutes.

I thought everyone went way over the top in slagging off the players after the S'land defeat.

Four errors were all punished. How flukey is that?

Meanwhile, their goal was charmed, so we scored none.

As someone said, results often hinge on a) luck b) fine margins and c) refereeing decisions.

If the match were to be played again, the scoreline would probably be the other way round.

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Yes five shots 4 goals and I still think the first goal would have been disallowed had we complained!!.
Its was horrible match, Liverpool 9 Palace 0, Liverpool had ten shots and one penalty (scored), Palace had penalty (missed by who!)
B;oody refs!!

 

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View A1969Eagle's Profile A1969Eagle Flag Redhill 16 Feb 17 2.02am Send a Private Message to A1969Eagle Add A1969Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

He's either the half and half scarf seller by The Clifton or the the West Indian lady near Norwood Junction selling the home knits. Always feel a bit sorry for her thinking she sells about 3 a season.

Saw a Palace fan give her a box wrapped Christmas present. Put a smile on my face before the fortnight oh selhurst humiliation.

No not me, only half half scarf I have is Liverpool away last season after the match when he took a 1!!! I wanted to remember the day I bet we would win 2-1. Hate them otherwise, bloody tourist scarfs!!

 

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View Ginger Pubic Wig's Profile Ginger Pubic Wig Flag Wickham de L'Ouest 16 Feb 17 6.42am Send a Private Message to Ginger Pubic Wig Add Ginger Pubic Wig as a friend

Remember when twirling scarves was a thing. Glorious, it was, and the atmosphere (particularly remember this at Anfield) seemed to build up off the back of it.

 


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View suffolk_eagle's Profile suffolk_eagle Flag Lowestoft 16 Feb 17 8.50am Send a Private Message to suffolk_eagle Add suffolk_eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Ginger Pubic Wig

Remember when twirling scarves was a thing. Glorious, it was, and the atmosphere (particularly remember this at Anfield) seemed to build up off the back of it.

Remember a season around 2007 ish when there would be some music played at half time & people started swirling scarves around.
Can't remember why it started but do recall my nephew knocking someone's hot chocolate all over them!

 

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