Just wanted to be the first to start this thread
Absolutely , let's go straight to Spring ,
Hope doesn’t spring eternal with Winter in place as the CEO.
Now is the Winter of my discontent........ But I, that am not shaped for sportive tricks,
Nor made to court an amorous looking-glass;
Malc you’ve started something now!😂😂
The only Shakespeare I know played for Walsall and West Brom , coached and managed Leicester ,
Didn't he have a role in the " Taming of the mighty Shrews "
Now is the ( new CEO Julian ) Winter ( the cause ) of our discontent
( Un- ) Made ( our hopes of a ) glorious summer by this son of York ( -shire sh1t ) ;
And all the clouds that ( he has ) lour'd upon our house
( Like our promotion hopes are ) In the deep bosom of the ocean buried.
Why do we always seem to get shite Winters in Swansea ?
Maybe we’re being a bit harsh, we don’t actually know what is going on. Perhaps we’re being a bit bleak. Maybe it’ll thaw itself out😉
If he doesnt sell Joe I will re-evaluate!
Otherwise all we have is 'A Winter's Tale' or also known as An Old Wife Tale
Which to quote from my favourite play.
'And then is heard no more. It is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
I'm surprised no-one has gone for a more seasoned response in the shape of Jon Snow and Game of Thrones 😂
It’s more like a combination of Mike and Bernie with schnorbitz the dog ... 😂
How about this, don't go round saying you are in charge, and recognise when you are dealing/negotiating with adults.
Ha Stevie Riks! love him, great guy too....big on Animal rights. Paul McCartney makes a cup of tea doo! Two sugars, one for me and one for me worms.
Here's a Winter's Tale for you:
I remember one night long ago I was having a drink with mates in the Park in Swansea when a psychopath attacked my mate in the toilets. Head-butted him and there were copious amounts of blood. Being teenagers and no match, we legged it and the psycho and his mates chased us. We ran all the way down to the Brangwyn Hall . As it happened David Essex was in concert and I managed to slip past security as a girl, having fainted with adulation, was being stretchered out. I slipped past security (into sanctuary) and saw him do an encore at the end of his gig....trying to blend in with the screaming entirely female audience. The moral is David Essex saved my life that night!
November 29th 1974!
Had to do a double on what you’d written there Pablo as to me it read that you’d “managed to slip past security as a girl.” Well it was 1974 when long hair was all the rage.😊