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  1. #76
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    Default Re: The Nottingham Forest Tea Boy

    Just give me a cookie or some bread and Iím chilling, weirdos.


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    Default Re: The Nottingham Forest Tea Boy

    Met him a couple a times, well done to the old char boy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    Met him a couple a times, well done to the old char boy.
    In our orgy of brews and fancies, I had quite forgotten that fine gentleman, typical of so many individuals who give so much to so many clubs and ask for little in return. I've seen many of them around during my travels and they all deserve our thoughts and praise.


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    Itís such a strange world. Iíve been chatting to this lady at the gym every morning for the last 8 weeks or so and this morning I learned sheís the daughter of Tom Parish, the 88 year old Tea Boy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.B.T. View Post
    It’s such a strange world. I’ve been chatting to this lady at the gym every morning for the last 8 weeks or so and this morning I learned she’s the daughter of Tom Parish, the 88 year old Tea Boy!!
    Hahahahah. The world gets smaller. I've known her for 20 years, lovely lady. I went to school with her son.


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    Quote Originally Posted by T.B.T. View Post
    Itís such a strange world. Iíve been chatting to this lady at the gym every morning for the last 8 weeks or so and this morning I learned sheís the daughter of Tom Parish, the 88 year old Tea Boy!!
    Make sure you tell her that her Dad is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    Make sure you tell her that her Dad is awesome.
    I certainly did. I told that he even has his own thread on LTLF and she hadnít got a clue what I was talking about.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Axle-grease is probably cheaper than that shite you pay 5 notes for.
    Is that because of this shite you have been peddling.......

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    Default Re: The Nottingham Forest Tea Boy

    I used to work with Tom back in the day, he was always a snappy dresser and a bit of a Ladies man


 

 

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