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quotePosted at 20:53 on 10th July 2008
On 10th July 2008 12:53, Diana Sinclair wrote:

For Lyn and Denzil: 

Everything is beautiful in its own way.
Like the starry summer night, or a snow-covered winter's day.
And everybody's beautiful in their own way.
Under God's heaven, the world's gonna find the way...Tongue out

 

God I hated that song. LOL!

LOL @ Diana. i never liked it either lol

 Yes Ruth, and they are both hairy LOL

Thanks for the Kiss back Denzil (I hope Mrs T wont be jealous you Kiss all the females and all) 

 

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quotePosted at 21:54 on 10th July 2008
What is the difference between football, rugby and soccer?  I am so confused.
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quotePosted at 22:07 on 10th July 2008
Football is English, they play with a round ball, rugby is the same but with an oval ball and soccer is........not sure LOL I think its the american version of our football/rugby combined played with an oval ball. I may be wrong, but i'm sure someone will correct me Undecided
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quotePosted at 22:08 on 10th July 2008
OOOPS maybe I should have said BRITISH not English, I will be charged with discrimination if I dont get it right lol
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quotePosted at 22:11 on 10th July 2008

Thanks Lyn.  My son just told me that what was just on tv - the Euro Cup was what we call soccer.  If rugby has an oval ball it must be your version of our football.

I think that is as clear as mud.Laughing

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quotePosted at 22:18 on 10th July 2008
I think your version of soccer is a mixture of our football and rugby, but what do i know I'm a mere female lol or maybe its called American Football? Oh God why did i start this lol
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quotePosted at 22:22 on 10th July 2008
It doesn't really matter since I don't like any of them and won't watch them!  Sometimes I think that I should understand what everyone is talking about, but sometimes it is nice to be oblivious to it all.
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quotePosted at 22:38 on 10th July 2008
I think Australian Rules football is sort of a cross between American football, rugby and English football, right?
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quotePosted at 22:43 on 10th July 2008
Lyn, I've got to inspire a bit of love for sport in you :)
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quotePosted at 23:58 on 10th July 2008
I'de like to inspire the sport in Lyn as well. he he he.
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