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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

TT Vs Football

get real. football is a machine. to eradicate us and oppose reality. the TT is where its at.


stay cool

hang loose

keep in the fastlane


regards


Jawa


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Perki6

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Perki6 says:

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Well i like both. I not a massive fan of Mortorsport racing but watch bits of it. As i have been to both to watch live,  went TT Saturday it were Good  but i did get prity bored waiting for Bikes to come round and when they did they was gone like S**t off a shovel. And the Food was ridiculously overpriced. Went to a Football Match few weeks and preferred that to be honest. Would of been better if i went to TT on bike though and took a load of food 

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stevedeejay

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stevedeejay says:

Yep Jawa

TT is where it's at man :tongue:

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

im sure

football hooligans would be fighting the government and the police if it wasnt for the machine

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MarcusMarsh

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MarcusMarsh says:

Football........

...is a game played by those that can't get into the Rugby team. 

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fogie

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fogie says:

ooyahh

I'd rather stick pins in my eyes than watch kickball  :ph43r: What a bloody stupid, boring, poncy, hooligan ridden game.

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Piglet2010

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Piglet2010 says:

Madness

I'd rather ride Mad Sunday.  :biggrin:

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sgt61

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sgt61 says:

done both.....

and going to TT on race week on a bike is way better than going to a football match, prices on the island are always hiked up for the TT fortnight as it's the islands biggest tourist attraction, but I have paid just as much if not more for a pint and burger in a football ground!!!!

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shaunthesheep52

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love BOTH

been too most BSB tracks , love the biking atmosphere , love the racing , love the ride to & from the tracks with other bikers ( though there is some right fucking idiots on the road ) ..

also ....

been too LOADS of grounds  watching the baggies ( West Brom ) love the atmosphere there , love the boozing before the match , love the taunting  of the opposite fans ..and in the 70,s ( early 80's ) love kicking some fuckers head in ( who were up for it ) and visa-versa ... were great days ....im an old man now , so no aggro ...... aaaahhhhhhhh the good old days

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LEO61

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LEO61 says:

TT

TT for me. I remember when footie was a british game. Our clubs now are owned by non brits, staffed by non brits, managed by non brits, and sky tv dictate to the FA when games are played !!!! Christ , even the national squad is managed by a non brit !! Maybe thats why i played rugby for over 30 years. If i want to watch someone rolling around on the floor pretending to be injured, i'll watch a war film. At least that actor admits to having an equity card !!!! :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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