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02-05-2010, 02:19 PM
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Anyone else has a footie addict hubby?

I mean my hubby is a lovely guy and I wouldn't swop him for the world but he does love his football. Every weekend afternoon he watches the Premiership football matches on Sky or other channels. He has all the Sky Sports channels so there's always football matches on! He's watching Liverpool v Chelsea at the moment .

I just get a bit fed up with it sometimes. He always fits in a walk for Asti when it's half time but it's just that so much time is wasted Saturday and Sunday afternoon's with him watching them!

Still, I suppose it could be worse, he could be at the pub instead or out watching football matches. I'm not really complaining, I just get a bit fed up with it.

Anyone else has a husband that loves his footie?
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02-05-2010, 03:02 PM
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Re: Anyone else has a footie addict hubby?

He's watching Liverpool v Chelsea at the moment .

I`m listening to it as I post. Liverpool 0 Chelsea 2

he will either need to spend some cash taking you out to sulk or celebrate.

Always take advantage
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I used to eat sleep and drink football, even ran my own amatuer team when I left Accy. and my brilliant wife used to wash all the kit every week but since the prima donna's and actors came into the game I left and took up Badminton and Squash.
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He doesn't support any of the Premiership teams, so he won't be doing either old git. He's an Aldershot fan I always feel embarrassed telling people that, I mean ALDERSHOT! Only because he's always supported them and watched them many a times when he was younger because they were his nearest team.

He just loves watching premiership football. Still, you've gotta love him, bless him
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Originally Posted by Antibrown ->
I used to eat sleep and drink football, even ran my own amatuer team when I left Accy. and my brilliant wife used to wash all the kit every week but since the prima donna's and actors came into the game I left and took up Badminton and Squash.
You're wife must have been good, you wouldn't get me washing all that kit.
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I've never liked football or rugby . . . in fact I've never liked any sport . . . . even formula one doesn't get me excited and I love my cars . . maybe it's the fact that when sport is on TV, all those prima donnas vying for attention and preening themselves for the cameras makes me puke.
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I've never . . maybe it's the fact that when sport is on TV, all those prima donnas vying for attention and preening themselves for the cameras makes me puke.
Me too nero, especially when they keep spitting stuff out of their mouth and stuff out of their nose on the pitch
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This is where not being from Europe/Brittain I can get in trouble. In the states there's a term called a "footsie" that has a totally different meaning than footie. Never heard that one.
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This is where not being from Europe/Brittain I can get in trouble. In the states there's a term called a "footsie"

That`s OK it works both ways,my elder brother got a scholarship back in the late 50s to a rather better minor public school than I did.

I tell my US cyber friends my brother was a `fag`

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Re: Anyone else has a footie addict hubby?

Originally Posted by bobmielke ->
This is where not being from Europe/Brittain I can get in trouble. In the states there's a term called a "footsie" that has a totally different meaning than footie. Never heard that one.
The footsie over here means 'The Financial Times Stock Exchange' I think. Is that what it means over there bobmiekle?
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