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Shall i,shan't i,YOU be judge and jury....

Shall i,shan't i,YOU be judge and jury....


  • Total voters
    28
  • Poll closed .
Joined
Aug 28, 2006
Messages
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Location
wickford e-s-s--e-x!
Ok,here's my conondrum.

The wife is flitting off to Spain next weekend for a beano with the girls and having obviously checked the fixtures i am now aware we are at home to Rochdale in the cup.

Now,as it stands,i have to look after my 3yr old twins,boy and girl BTW.
The question i'd like to put to the SZ massive is should i take advantage of the "kids for a quid" offer and take them along for their first live game or play safe by staying at home?

Obviously there are issues to be dealt with.Thankfully they are toilet trained but if one child needs to go then they will both have to come with me.I can imagine lots of "excuse me,sorry" as we clamber through the aisles of the East stand each time.

Will my daughter moan about football once the game begins? She won't let me watch it on the telly at home (thank heavens for SKY multiroom),although the occasion will probably keep her amused with all those people around us she'll be wondering what the hell is going on!

My boy is a very active little chap and sitting or standing in one place for 90mins could prove difficult,though once again he'll probably be people watching.

So,make your choice above and/or leave a comment.I especially want to hear from those dads out there,naturally.

Personally,my gut feeling is take them to be initiated at the home of football,i'll just need the balls the size of footballs and the patience of a saint.

Thanks for your help.
 
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