Posted by sean on June 20, 2006 at 10:03 pm in England, Life In Bath with No Comments

I am not happy with tonight’s game. I haven’t got much to say on it so I’ll leave you with another transcript of various texts sent between Dan and myself duting the match. Oh, and this mix I made.

(after Owen injury)
Shit. Poor Owen. Can you play as a striker?

Lampard should be shot. Again

I would do the shooting but I only have one bullet – for Sven

Rooney’s striker reminded me of Lampard., who is c*** of the month for the second time.

I hope you’re not calling Rooney a c*** as I would have to strongly disagree with you. Rooney is not a c***, except when he plays for ManU.

No I’m calling Lampard a c**t and now I’m calling you one too. C***. I’m doing a get well card soon for Owen. Care to sign?

Yes, I will sign it – “Why was it you and not Hargreaves?”

(a quote for fans of The Simpsons. This was sent during a stressful moment)
“Let’s just say I’m sitting in the right chair”!”

I’m off to bed. Good night.

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