Am I missing something about Timmy's new top?

jf1960

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Am I missing something about Timmy's new top?

Ok, in 87/88 they won the double.

But in 96/97 we did Nine In A Row :))



Did they not bring out a top years ago and advertised it as
" The strip that stopped 10 in a row " or some shyte like that
I could be totally wrong here
 

gizmico1986

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Nice to see they are using a Wolfetones line as their subheading. Sure there is a wee oo ah up the RA a few beats later.
 

mountloyal

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Another post on here saying that their top had more Google searches than ours.....
This thread appears to explain that.
 

Gazza4d

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Sitting watching the tennis, and the green and grey radar kicks in and catches my eye.
The Mrs (no pics), says "Why, just why would someone wear that to Wimbledon".

I did say to her that they wear it to functions, engagements, weddings, funerals etc, so why not Wimbledon?

Tbh, I thought the All England Club may have have had some sort of dress code to avoid crap like this.


 

000Dave000

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Sitting watching the tennis, and the green and grey radar kicks in and catches my eye.
The Mrs (no pics), says "Why, just why would someone wear that to Wimbledon".

I did say to her that they wear it to functions, engagements, weddings, funerals etc, so why not Wimbledon?

Tbh, I thought the All England Club may have have had some sort of dress code to avoid crap like this.


noticed this myself clown
 

TBagg

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Sitting watching the tennis, and the green and grey radar kicks in and catches my eye.
The Mrs (no pics), says "Why, just why would someone wear that to Wimbledon".

I did say to her that they wear it to functions, engagements, weddings, funerals etc, so why not Wimbledon?

Tbh, I thought the All England Club may have have had some sort of dress code to avoid crap like this.


Sean O’verweight appears at Court number 1 on charges of crimes against fashion
 

fazerboy

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Sean O’verweight appears at Court number 1 on charges of crimes against fashion
I'm glad they do it, it just confirms any suspicion and synergises with the beady eyes, yellow teeth, and forehead moustache , it acts in the same sort of way that warns you to keep away from wasps and bees.
 

bluestory

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It is bizarre that Wimbledon have a players dress code yet let tramps inside with football tops on, regardless of the team.

I'm on holiday right now and one family are going for their fourth night in a row decked out in their new away top. Bogging.
 

del68

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Sitting watching the tennis, and the green and grey radar kicks in and catches my eye.
The Mrs (no pics), says "Why, just why would someone wear that to Wimbledon".

I did say to her that they wear it to functions, engagements, weddings, funerals etc, so why not Wimbledon?

Tbh, I thought the All England Club may have have had some sort of dress code to avoid crap like this.


On the flight back from Dubai yesterday. One of them wearing a scabby top, tracksuit bottoms and carrying a matching rucksack. He must of been in his mid 40s
 
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