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  1. Shrimperstrust

    Social Inclusion Through Sport - Shrimpers Trust And Aviva

    The Shrimpers Trust is delighted that its social inclusion project has been approved by Aviva as a candidate for their community fund scheme. The description of our bid submitted to Aviva is as follows: The Shrimpers Trust, an organisation of around 1200 members run entirely by volunteers is...
  2. ian_the_girth

    Sega Megadrive I & II

    Does anyone have a fully working Sega Megadrive I or II or both they dont want anymore? Ideally with TV RF cable and power cable. Recently bought a Megadrive II from a boot sale but the power pin on the console is loose and keeps cutting off :thumbdown:. Had a look on Ebay last week and...
  3. Hotman

    BBC News - prostitutes

    section on bbc news this morning said that prostitution is a lonely job. To me - it seems like the only job where you get to meet loads of people, and truly get to know your clients. Is being a brass a lonely job?
  4. Lonely Moshni

    not many people joining in the goal celebrations -
  5. steveo

    Retirment Properties

    My Dad died about 6 years ago and my Mum gets a bit lonely and is thinking of buying a retirement type property that has communal lounges and communal gardens. Mainly for a bit of Company with similarly aged people. Also selling up and downsizing will give her a few quid to spend. Has anyone...
  6. Q and a summary-- another broken promise

    Most of you will remember that Mr Martin said he would post a summary of the Q and A session held back in March on the OS,as a final part of his trilogy of blogs on the state of our football club. This Q and A summary has not been forthcoming and I suspect that there is more chance of France...
  7. bluesbloke

    Brushy

    Just spotted brushy jogging in hornchurch. Was seriously tempted to stop and ask him what he actually said on that fateful Monday morning when he got the boot. Personally, that has been one of the key reasons for our slump. Tilly has been cutting such a lonely figure on the touchline since...
  8. Pre Match Thread: Norwich City

    Seeing as I am sitting here,listening to the Canaries getting stuffed 3-1 at Carlisle, I thought I would get in early for Tuesday nights game. Mrs GYS and GYS Jnr are deserting me for the north bank for this game, along with a couple of other norwich fans who are coming down with us, so if you...
  9. Tangled up in Blue

    A typical bloke...discuss?

    A typical bloke, having split from his latest girlfriend,decided to take a holiday.He booked himself on a cruise and proceeded to have the time of his life, that is; until the ship sank. He found himself on an island with no other people, no supplies, nothing; only bananas and coconuts. After...
  10. Like A Boss

    More genius from The Lonely Island... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUtRYUlvP-8
  11. BLUEBLOOD

    Round 1: Heat 13: Leftism vs Sgt. Pepper

    Day 4 gets underway sometime later than usual with Desert Shrimpers Leftism by Leftfield sure to be thrashed by one of the most definitive albums of all time, Ayrshire Blues pick Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
  12. ldnfatso

    2 True Stories!

    STORY NUMBER ONE Many years ago, Al Capone virtually owned Chicago . Capone wasn't famous for anything heroic. He was notorious for enmeshing the windy city in everything from bootlegged booze and prostitution to murder. Capone had a lawyer nicknamed "Easy Eddie." He was...
  13. Irish_Shrimper

    Interview with an Exile: Part 1 - Aberdeen Shrimper

    The life of an SUFC exile can be a lonely one at times - and one which is a difficult existence to understand for some. I thought by setting up this weekly thread, we would get the opportunity to get to know some of the exiled posters on SZ a bit better. This week, Aberdeen Shrimper goes under...
  14. Why drugs are good

    In response to the Why Drugs Are Bad Thread... Electronica jazz-freak and well renowned acid head Squarepusher has put forward a strong case for why drugs are good! “This album started as a daydream about watching a crazy, beautiful rock band play an ultra-gig. At first, a giant fluorescent...
  15. Forever A Shrimper

    Question What makes supporting SUFC hard for you?

    I have just been thinking about this, and there are several things that make it hard for me. I'm the only one out of my friends that genuinely supports SUFC, the rest of my friends go to home games when I drag them and away games when they are "worth it". Although, I would love to go to every...
  16. Slipperduke

    Kicked To the Curb

    There's never a dull moment in the EPL. Just 24 hours after the farcical scenes at St James Park, Alan Curbishley nipped in ahead of Kevin Keegan to become the first manager of the season to leave his club, resigning after an unhappy spell at West Ham. The history books will hint at a short...
  17. RobM

    I hate to say this but we're going down!

    The warning signs are there for me. Too many new players, total strangers in the first league game. Midfield as effective as a blancmange in a storm. Barnard IS a good striker but poor lad - must be getting lonely on the pitch. Goalie that has "Fumble" as a middle name. Other than that...
  18. Ricey

    I deleted my bin!

    I accidently while trying to empty my Recycling bin on windows vista deleted it instead! I know school boy error. How do I get it back its a lonely desktop without it. :(
  19. ldnfatso

    Friday Funny!

    A Welshman was washed up on a beach after a terrible shipwreck. Only a sheep and a sheepdog were washed up with him. Looking around, he realised that they were stranded on a deserted island. After being there a while, he got into the habit of taking his two animal companions to the beach every...
  20. sufcintheprem

    Report of sorts

    They say to win promotion you have to win games where you're not at your best. I'm not sure what 'they' would have to say about a team that so rarely dipped in to their reserves of talent but still run in victorious. There was an air of empty anticiaption around Roots Hall - a misplaced...
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