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It's quite autobiographical and so when Jim Moir clutches his chest it took me back to seeing Jason telling the story about his Dad and breaking down.

 

Loved Jason's stand-up where he laid himself bare to the audience, much better than the majority of hair dos that get public awareness by gurning on whatever vehicle they've found for Keith Lemon now.

 

Oh absolutely.

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Rayvin of course will continue giving him the benefit of the doubt until he actually sees him fiddling with a school girl.

I'm a 57 year old Newcastle supporter, born in Rothbury and lived in and around Northumberland till I was 30. For the past 27 years though i've lived in Cheshire, moving here for work.  

Aye there's that Spanish lad suddenly started talking as well but tbf to him his English is too good for him to be a mackem.

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Real Name: Haydn (I saw someone else called Haydn as well :D)
Age: 14
Birthplace: Durham (too close to the mackem domain for my liking)
Whereabouts: Chester-le-Street
Job: Student
Favourite Club: Only Newcastle for me (unfortunately)
Favourite Band: Not really into music but if I had to pick one: Dream Theater
Favourite Food: Sirloin steak. Shame its so expensive
Favourite Drink: Like them all really. Apart from blue pop
Favourite Place: Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Favourite Tv Show(s): Game of Thrones (bit young for it but don't care)
Favourite Film: Can't pick, too many
Footballing Heroes: Alan Shearer, Tino, Laurent Robert, Sir Bobby
Footballing Villains: Adam 'Paedo' Johnson, Joe Kinnear, Gus Poyet
Other Teams: n/a
Other Sports: I like a bit of Rugby Union
Role Model(s): n/a
Plans For The Future: Thinking about a career in medicine
5 Things To Do Before You Die: Play a game of football at St. James' Park, go to the US, watch Newcastle win a Tyne-Wear derby, watch the news when Mike Ashley sells Newcastle United and go to all of Newcastle's 38 games in a season (wouldn't do that last one at this moment in time)

 

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Real Name: Haydn (I saw someone else called Haydn as well :D)

Age: 14

Birthplace: Durham (too close to the mackem domain for my liking)

Whereabouts: Chester-le-Street

Job: Student

Favourite Club: Only Newcastle for me (unfortunately)

Favourite Band: Not really into music but if I had to pick one: Dream Theater

Favourite Food: Sirloin steak. Shame its so expensive

Favourite Drink: Like them all really. Apart from blue pop

Favourite Place: Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Favourite Tv Show(s): Game of Thrones (bit young for it but don't care)

Favourite Film: Can't pick, too many

Footballing Heroes: Alan Shearer, Tino, Laurent Robert, Sir Bobby

Footballing Villains: Adam 'Paedo' Johnson, Joe Kinnear, Gus Poyet

Other Teams: n/a

Other Sports: I like a bit of Rugby Union

Role Model(s): n/a

Plans For The Future: Thinking about a career in medicine

5 Things To Do Before You Die: Play a game of football at St. James' Park, go to the US, watch Newcastle win a Tyne-Wear derby, watch the news when Mike Ashley sells Newcastle United and go to all of Newcastle's 38 games in a season (wouldn't do that last one at this moment in time)

 

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Welcome aboard, mate.

 

You'll see many things I wont and that's life and good luck to you. I genuinely pity anyone who didn't see St. James' pre-all seater stadium or who never went to the likes of Roker Park, Ayresome, Baseball, or any of the grounds like Ewood Park of the past etc.

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Favourite Band: Not really into music but if I had to pick one: Dream Theater

 

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Good man, welcome aboard!

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Real Name: it's not Pirate

Age: 30

Birthplace: Solihull

Whereabouts: Wolverhampton

Job: Teacher

Favourite Club: (if Not Newcastle)

Favourite Band: Bon Jovi

Favourite Food: Lasagne

Favourite Drink: Rubicon Mango / Um Bongo

Favourite Place: Port Isaac (Cornwall) / London

Favourite Tv Show(s): Suits, Hollyoaks and Monday Night Football

Favourite Film: The Italian Job (1969)

Footballing Heroes: Keegan, Hoddle, Shearer, Ginola and Cruyff

Footballing Villains: James McFadden

Role Model(s): Van Gaal is hilariously forthright

Plans For The Future: Being happy and healthy. I'd like to gain promotion at work and financial security.

5 Things To Do Before You Die: Watch NUFC in the Champions League, gain a 6 pack, watch the sun set jogging along Miami's South Beach, See all Europe's major Derby fixtures and give my children the tools for happiness as they grow older.

 

I started supporting Newcastle when I was about 10 in 1995 because my parents never took me on holiday to the North East (I'd been to the other three corners).

 

My favourite game was the 5-0 v United, Oct 20th 1996, closely followed by the win over Barca. They were great, great days and I long for their return.

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Real Name: it's not Pirate

Age: 30

Birthplace: Solihull

Whereabouts: Wolverhampton

Job: Teacher

Favourite Club: (if Not Newcastle)

Favourite Band: Bon Jovi

Favourite Food: Lasagne

Favourite Drink: Rubicon Mango / Um Bongo

Favourite Place: Port Isaac (Cornwall) / London

Favourite Tv Show(s): Suits, Hollyoaks and Monday Night Football

Favourite Film: The Italian Job (1969)

Footballing Heroes: Keegan, Hoddle, Shearer, Ginola and Cruyff

Footballing Villains: James McFadden

Role Model(s): Van Gaal is hilariously forthright

Plans For The Future: Being happy and healthy. I'd like to gain promotion at work and financial security.

5 Things To Do Before You Die: Watch NUFC in the Champions League, gain a 6 pack, watch the sun set jogging along Miami's South Beach, See all Europe's major Derby fixtures and give my children the tools for happiness as they grow older.

 

I started supporting Newcastle when I was about 10 in 1995 because my parents never took me on holiday to the North East (I'd been to the other three corners).

 

My favourite game was the 5-0 v United, Oct 20th 1996, closely followed by the win over Barca. They were great, great days and I long for their return.

We're United, mate. Never ever forget it, even in your midland retreat. :good:

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Real Name: it's not Pirate

Age: 30

Birthplace: Solihull

Whereabouts: Wolverhampton

Job: Teacher

Favourite Club: (if Not Newcastle)

Favourite Band: Bon Jovi

Favourite Food: Lasagne

Favourite Drink: Rubicon Mango / Um Bongo

Favourite Place: Port Isaac (Cornwall) / London

Favourite Tv Show(s): Suits, Hollyoaks and Monday Night Football

Favourite Film: The Italian Job (1969)

Footballing Heroes: Keegan, Hoddle, Shearer, Ginola and Cruyff

Footballing Villains: James McFadden

Role Model(s): Van Gaal is hilariously forthright

Plans For The Future: Being happy and healthy. I'd like to gain promotion at work and financial security.

5 Things To Do Before You Die: Watch NUFC in the Champions League, gain a 6 pack, watch the sun set jogging along Miami's South Beach, See all Europe's major Derby fixtures and give my children the tools for happiness as they grow older.

 

I started supporting Newcastle when I was about 10 in 1995 because my parents never took me on holiday to the North East (I'd been to the other three corners).

 

My favourite game was the 5-0 v United, Oct 20th 1996, closely followed by the win over Barca. They were great, great days and I long for their return.

 

You will live a life unfulfilled.

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South Beach faces east. Sorry to piss on your parade.

 

Welcome to the board!! :D

 

 

Could he have meant the "Sun Set"? Set as in the nickname given to a group of rah's who lord it around their locale? The Ilkley Set for example?

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Going to make more time to post on here again. Will be good to see some names from 10 years or so ago that I remember speaking to on here and some new ones!

Where have you been hiding? I'm Dan from back in the day if you don't recognise the new username

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Going to make more time to post on here again. Will be good to see some names from 10 years or so ago that I remember speaking to on here and some new ones!

 

It's about time you handed that Prediction League title back I reckon ;)

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