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Posted by sean on August 27, 2014 at 11:00 am in Work Activities with No Comments


This was waiting on my desk when I arrived in work yesterday morning.

It is a can of San Pellegrino Sparkling Lemon Juice and is from my work colleague, Pav. This is a prize for a bet we made. We are playing the Sky Sports Super Six online game. This involves predicting the results of six football games, selected by Sky. Pav and I are taking part and have agreed to buy the one who gets the least amount of points over the weekend, a San Pellegrino. I did abysmally. Pav did worse, so he paid up. I am sure I will be buying him a large number of drinks over the course of the season too!

We also have another wager, with a far greater prize – a Mattys breakfast! This is being done across the course of the season. It would be far too expensive to buy one of those every week. I have bet Pav that Leeds United will win more games than his team, West Ham. We have a second bet running where another Mattys has also been staked. Similar to the Leeds/West Ham bet, but this involves Bath City winning more matches than Larkhall Athletic. So far Leeds and West Ham have won one each. Bath City have won a grand total of ZERO football matches, while Larkhall have won THREE. I had better start saving my pocket money to pay Mr Matty…

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