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AussieShrimper

Schoolboy
Joined
Aug 7, 2010
Messages
56
Hey guys, I watch Soccer AM every week and I love how Frankie Fryer goes to a different club each week and checks it all out
Would love to see Southend on the show one day, so was hoping if someone could send an email to Soccer AM so I could get a look at what Southend on Sea is really like! Would be great to see!
Keepin me nut down hahahahaha classic
 

MK Shrimper

Striker
Joined
Aug 6, 2005
Messages
52,348
Southend-on-Sea is a quaint hamlet, nestling on the shores of the mouth of the Thames, where small children play unfettered on the golden silky sands, whilst the clear blue waters lap onto the beach. Small dolphins often visit, and marvel at the abundance of fish that dangle from the nets of the local fishermen, who often sing jaunty songs to each other whilst sipping at the local ale.

The womenfolk are a friendly bunch, baking pies for their men folk, but have don't let those hands wander sailor! These girls know their onions (and Jujitsu!)

The seagulls too are friendly, avoiding dropping their dirt on all but the immigrants who huddle together at one end of Chalkwell whilst they roast the stray dogs they've caught at the local park.
 

BLUEBLOOD

Moderator of Moderators
Joined
Sep 22, 2005
Messages
16,223
Location
Southend On Sea
Southend-on-Sea is a quaint hamlet, nestling on the shores of the mouth of the Thames, where small children play unfettered on the golden silky sands, whilst the clear blue waters lap onto the beach. Small dolphins often visit, and marvel at the abundance of fish that dangle from the nets of the local fishermen, who often sing jaunty songs to each other whilst sipping at the local ale.

The womenfolk are a friendly bunch, baking pies for their men folk, but have don't let those hands wander sailor! These girls know their onions (and Jujitsu!)

The seagulls too are friendly, avoiding dropping their dirt on all but the immigrants who huddle together at one end of Chalkwell whilst they roast the stray dogs they've caught at the local park.

Sounds about right :thumbsup:

Now for Milton Keynes ... :whistling:
 

Crabby Shrimper

President
Joined
Nov 18, 2003
Messages
3,747
Location
Newport
The seagulls too are friendly, avoiding dropping their dirt on all but the immigrants who huddle together at one end of Chalkwell whilst they roast the stray dogs they've caught at the local park.

good to see the tradition of dogs getting roasted on the beaches of Southend has been continued.
 
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