Posted by sean on April 7, 2006 at 9:55 pm in Leeds United, Other Sport with No Comments

It has come to my attention that there is to be a major sporting event tomorrow. Apparently midgets dress up in clothing made of curtains, wear funny hats and race on horseback for lots of money, pride and some trophy. Millions of people bet millions of pounds on which midget and horse will cross the finish line first.

This competition/race/freak show is known as “The Grand National”. At work I was encouraged to hand over £1 into a sweepstake and pick a horse out of a plastic cup. If my horse wins the race, comes 2nd or 3rd I win money. The horse I randomly picked is called Jack Height and according to some expert/gambling addict this is a good one. Here’s hoping Jack High wins me £25 and not Jack Shit.

I was hoping to see Ruud Van Horseface enter the race tomorrow afternoon. Mind you he has a tough game coming up against Arsenal the following day. He doesn’t want to end up tripping over a hedge, being shot and sent to the glue factory.

Finally remember than Manchester United fan making a right prick of himself miming to a song? Well it pains me to say it but I have come across a Leeds fan doing the same thing. Take a look at it here, it is just cringeworthy. Maybe I have missed something but is there now an internet craze to film yourself on a webcam miming to a song and upload it to the website You Tube? I’ve got another name for the YouTube website which suites it’s users perfectly…

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