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Posted by sean on 22/03/2014 at 11:00 pm in Bath City, Pizza with No Comments

The Domino’s Pizza man was at Bath City’s Community Day this afternoon. As he approached, I was about to point out that Pizza Express were better, when I noticed he was carrying a box of Haribo. I think these were intended for children, but I was given some. I had to ask though.

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I can’t speak Spanish. I learnt what few Spanish words I do know from Manuel on Fawlty Towers. I do, however, know that the world famous football fixture, between Barcelona and Real Madrid, is called El Clasico. It is not El Classico, with TWO uses of ‘s’. This may sound incredibly pedantic...

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