Posted by sean on June 3, 2006 at 4:41 pm in England, Life In Bath with No Comments

Bob Marley once sung “No Woman, No Cry”; if he was alive today he may be re-writing his classic with the lyrics “No Football, No Cry”.

6 goals for England, 0 goals for Jamaica Mon! The perfect way to get ready for Germany next week.

Peter Crouch – He’s big, he’s red, his feet stick out the bed

I kept DJ Hobart (AKA DanInTheMix) informed of the score line this afternoon. He is travelling down from London to Bath for the night.

Dan’s journey sounded shit and I pity the poor bugger. His train was delayed due to a fire and he was stuck in the station. It’s been a very hot day and when you’re stuck in an overheated, smelly station with 1,000’s of other stressed travellers it is hell – I know from experience.

I on the other hand was in my cool, well ventilated room, full access to ice cold bottles of Lucozade Sport Drink and Coca Cola, watching the England game. I decided NOT to tell Dan this at the time as he would probably get even hotter with rage.

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