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30 Apr 17 05:27
Date Joined: 07 Jan 08
| Topic/replies: 2,398 | Blogger: ccd's blog
You know you have been watching far too much snooker when you start hearing Dennis Taylor remarking on events in your day to day life. Trying one trainers yesterday, Taylor pops in: "Not what he had in mind but he'll settle for those..." Numerous other examples... It was Virgo last year, at least Taylor is a little more upbeat...
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Report gobelins April 30, 2017 6:57 AM BST
Haha, ccd - they don't call it the marathon of the mind for nothing. If it had been JV in your head it would have been "OK, it's his choice...but no, wrong choice for me that".
Report gentlemanjohn April 30, 2017 8:26 AM BST
Any poor unfortunate suffering a case of brewers droop after a night propping up the bar can always resort to a DT favourite - "it's just a bit of tension love" - although it must be said if DT is beginning to pop into your head at such moments, you're definitely in trouble!
Report gobelins April 30, 2017 9:02 AM BST
gj - please don't start referring to him as DT. We've already got JV, JP, and the great WT. I'm all abbreviated out, especially as DT is desperately trying to get fellow commentators and watchers used to his latest classic - DDK Cry
Report ccd April 30, 2017 9:52 AM BST
So true Gobelins - in fact its in danger of becoming a 'whatever event those Brownley brothers do' of the mind...

John that is a terrifying thought - although it has reminded me of this classic Curb moment:
Report peckerdunne April 30, 2017 1:37 PM BST
Don't go in to that pub and ask for a large KD.
Report england_v_south_afri April 30, 2017 1:41 PM BST
Wheres the cue ball going Laugh
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