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Well, when you drop your wife flat and injure her, surely there'll be a few tears shed But, seriously having seen it, it was really her own fault. She didn't have the grip properly, and couldn't hold it.
I still haven't seen it but I'll take your word for it.

They're calling it a muscle injury between her thigh and knee..honestly I think she just fell on her bottom too hard

I can't see how she could hurt herself so bad
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You clearly have selective memory then
or a different definition of tacky
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Re: The "He's Here, He's Weir!" Thread

On Baggy's AO expoits

"How a Cypriot got to be ranked among the world's best defies logic on an island where we eat ourselves fitter."
-- Charlie Charalambous, a columnist for The Cyprus Weekly.

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I still haven't seen it but I'll take your word for it.

They're calling it a muscle injury between her thigh and knee..honestly I think she just fell on her bottom too hard

I can't see how she could hurt herself so bad
Nah, she fell smackdown right on her side. It was defo a painful one!
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I don't think they'll skate tonight..especially considering they're out of medal contention.
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or a different definition of tacky
Ileana, you are tacky jokes personified
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I don't think they'll skate tonight..especially considering they're out of medal contention.
I agree. Plus, there's no point in making it worse for nothing.

I have to go, bbl for the skating talk
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Ileana, you are tacky jokes personified
I think crude would be a more accurate term..lewd even
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Just been reading back. Jane your idea of Raunchy Swimming really should be made a sport! Write and suggest it!

I liked the ice dancing. Would have had added drama if the Italians who fell over had actually attacked each other on the ice, she certainly looked like she wanted to hit him!
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Well, so long as cricket doesn't become a part of "the games"

well don't worry, it won't and not just for practical reasons such as even the short version of the game going for 8 hours

However, and this is kind of the point, if they were actually applying the principles they claim to apply (eg to kick out baseball), cricket is exactly the kind of sport they would include. It's one of the most popular games in the world in terms of both playing and watching (second to soccer, I read somewhere, and played in far more places than baseball, for example), plus it's huge on the subcontinent and parts of Africa, which don't exactly win a lot of medals at the Olympics.

This is NOT an argument it should be included, BTW - I think the last place cricket beliongs is the Olympics. I'm just illustrating the point

Actually, I'm really only a fan of the faster, higher, longer type sports being there. I don't really think it's the right forum for any kind of team sport which requires many rounds. But that's just me and I'm never likely to be on the IOC
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Canada wins hockey Gold!

Some of the American women were partying like they won Gold when they got their bronze medals

Now that is a positive attitude
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Just been reading back. Jane your idea of Raunchy Swimming really should be made a sport! Write and suggest it!
Hmm, I wonder if HG and Roy are doing a Cwth Games show ...
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Canada wins hockey Gold!
I assume they were the favourites, but sometimes that makes the win harder to actually achieve

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Some of the American women were partying like they won Gold when they got their bronze medals

Now that is a positive attitude
Excellent, good for them

I hope they go give lessons to some of the teams at the summer Olympics - it's fairly nauseating watching a team receive silver medals in hysterical sobs and tears (not mentioning any names, a certain water polo team )
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yeah they were the favorites..but this team even surprised me. They dominated like no team I've seen

They allowed 2 goals all tournament..and scored like 30+. It was insane. This last win 4-1 was the closest of the whole tournament.
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