ladyofthemansion

Football on during the service.

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Got a 3pm outcall today and hope the match will be on in his room while the service takes place. Am wondering if l should ask him to have it on or is that rude?? Mind you, it is England playing so maybe not such a bad thing to request. Its not as if I'm asking for Coronation Street or Eastenders. Do any WGs or punters intend to have the footie on in the background today?

Talking of England, they are getting a brand new coach tomorrow. Its picking them up from Heathrow!

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Got a 3pm outcall today and hope the match will be on in his room while the service takes place. Am wondering if l should ask him to have it on or is that rude?? Mind you, it is England playing so maybe not such a bad thing to request. Its not as if I'm asking for Coronation Street or Eastenders. Do any WGs or punters intend to have the footie on in the background today?

Talking of England, they are getting a brand new coach tomorrow. Its picking them up from Heathrow!

If he doesnt like football then he might get a bit miffed. I bet alot of punter on here would be a bit miffed if they booked an outcall and she wanted to watch Big Brother.

But just say you surprised by the booking as you thought everyone would be watching the match. "Why? Do you like football?" If he says yes then say you dont mind if you have the telly on. ;) If not, then Sky plus it and drive home with your eyes closed and your fingers in your ears. :P

Im not punting during the match. Got myself a booking in for a long morning punt, and just enough time to pop to the shops for some drinks so I can sit back and relax outside watching the match through the window. :eek:

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If he doesnt like football then he might get a bit miffed. I bet alot of punter on here would be a bit miffed if they booked an outcall and she wanted to watch Big Brother.

But just say you surprised by the booking as you thought everyone would be watching the match. "Why? Do you like football?" If he says yes then say you dont mind if you have the telly on. ;) If not, then Sky plus it and drive home with your eyes closed and your fingers in your ears. :P

Im not punting during the match. Got myself a booking in for a long morning punt, and just enough time to pop to the shops for some drinks so I can sit back and relax outside watching the match through the window. :eek:

Very good idea. Will drop subtle hints. Mind you, if its anything like Friday the match could make us both sleep.

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Very good idea. Will drop subtle hints. Mind you, if its anything like Friday the match could make us both sleep.

I'me just hoping that England will be out, so there is no chance they will screen any football during Glastonbury. There is a field set aside with screen in case they reach the knockouts. Why? Oh well the place is big enough so should be able to keep out of the way.

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As he booked you for a punt at 3pm today , I doubt very much he is an England football fan . I've heard that even some schools close half day today .

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Considered a 2:30 punt today, but then thought I'll be able to do the other sport in peace. So just leaving.

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Well not exactly worth staying in for ;)

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Well not exactly worth staying in for ;)

Well yes but you dont know that before the match starts.

Okay to say well I'll watch the first 20 minutes.....(after you know the result)

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Well yes but you dont know that before the match starts.

Okay to say well I'll watch the first 20 minutes.....(after you know the result)

Mind you LOTM hasnt come back yet. Did he like football?

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No but well worth going out for!

The lake was full of hire boats "manned" by summer undressed young ladies enjoying themselves while boyfriends watching telly in a darkened room!

Lots of opportunities to stop for a closer look while avoiding collisions.

Vey fired up now for my reg to arrive fuck my brains out

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Well not exactly worth staying in for ;)

Gawd, they won. You want them to play well too? ;);)

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No but well worth going out for!

The lake was full of hire boats "manned" by summer undressed young ladies enjoying themselves while boyfriends watching telly in a darkened room!

Lots of opportunities to stop for a closer look while avoiding collisions.

Vey fired up now for my reg to arrive fuck my brains out

Well actually I agree. Morrisons at about 3:10 was prime time for picking up MILFS.

Shame I punted two hours before.....

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Although I like football myself it's amazing how many people - including men! - have no interest at all.

I have lived next to three men only during my life, all disliked football. My current neighbour deliberately seems to mow the lawn whenever a big match is being shown as though to openly demonstrate his lack of interest.

My brother in law, his son in law and two grandsons all dislike all sport. Significantly all four are mad car men. I have noticed that men who like cars usually have little interest in sport. Indeed I have only met one man in my life who was both a fanatical car man and a football fan.

I have also had at least three male friends over the years who had no interest in sport in general and football in particular. I remember once after a wedding reception a few of us who were football fans persuaded one of them to come to a match. He got as far as the turnstile before changing his mind. He simply couldn't go through with it.

As I say, although I like the game myself, I think there are many, many more men than the media would like us to believe have no interest in football at all.

Having said that I was driving home from work this afternoon during the second half (I had it on on the radio) and i've never known the roads so deserted at that time of day!

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Although I like football myself it's amazing how many people - including men! - have no interest at all.

I have lived next to three men only during my life, all disliked football. My current neighbour deliberately seems to mow the lawn whenever a big match is being shown as though to openly demonstrate his lack of interest.

My brother in law, his son in law and two grandsons all dislike all sport. Significantly all four are mad car men. I have noticed that men who like cars usually have little interest in sport. Indeed I have only met one man in my life who was both a fanatical car man and a football fan.

I have also had at least three male friends over the years who had no interest in sport in general and football in particular. I remember once after a wedding reception a few of us who were football fans persuaded one of them to come to a match. He got as far as the turnstile before changing his mind. He simply couldn't go through with it.

As I say, although I like the game myself, I think there are many, many more men than the media would like us to believe have no interest in football at all.

Having said that I was driving home from work this afternoon during the second half (I had it on on the radio) and i've never known the roads so deserted at that time of day!

Offhand I can't think of any of my men friends who are interested, though a number of them - like myself - artificially worked up an interest simply as a way of having something to talk about to their teenage sons.

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Our phone went dead from lunchtime and then lit up like a christmas tree at full time.........testosterone flying all over the place!

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I can't imagine any escort asking to have the TV on during an appointment, I would think he has booked somene for that time because he wants to get away from the football, not everyone is interested in the World Cup.

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If a wg asked for the tv to be on, I'd walk. It's the height of bad manners. I remember the days when the tv was switched off is a guest arrived.

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If a wg asked for the tv to be on, I'd walk. It's the height of bad manners. I remember the days when the tv was switched off is a guest arrived.

Awe cum on! Its fitbaw!

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Quite and like Andy Mcnab books, " Who cares who dares??"

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I thought this thread was about the clergy having a screen to view during the match on this Sunday afternoon.

Like football or not, I am sure the productivity of the English workforce would rise if England at least made the semis, and conversely would dip if we had results like the French and the Italians.

The success of a national sports team does seem to generate a feel good factor, and I think that is what we need at the moment.

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I thought this thread was about the clergy having a screen to view during the match on this Sunday afternoon.

Like football or not, I am sure the productivity of the English workforce would rise if England at least made the semis, and conversely would dip if we had results like the French and the Italians.

The success of a national sports team does seem to generate a feel good factor, and I think that is what we need at the moment.

I was hoping we'd get knocked out on Wednesday so we could get back to some sort of normality. I've got to agree with Lessingham, any WG asking me for the tv on during a boooking would get very short shrift from me.

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I don't have the equipment to receive a signal on my TV so no worries in that department.:cool:

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Am I the only person that really doesnt care for football? Now when the 6 nations on - thats a different matter.

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Am I the only person that really doesnt care for football? ....

Far from it. Although I do regret the passing of the once-a-year 'real' FA Cup Final. It was the best day of the year to go shopping.

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Awe cum on! Its fitbaw!

Says the Scotswoman who's never heard of Scottish Premier side Inverness Caledonian Thistle! :cool:

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