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 41 
 on: Today at 12:34:13 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by The Wycher
A cultured diary, now if only my friends had read that they would currently be in serious need of medical help (can you actually die laughing). If you notice I did not mention which types of books I generally read!. I am a fan of sci-fi and fantasy (started with the hobbit, and moved through David Eddings, Donaldson, Fiest and my all time favourite David Gemmell) I do read some other genre's including most the Sherlock Holmes, early John Grisham.

One thing I do love at the moment is the range of children/young adult books it just seems to have massively expanded since I was a child. My daughter read the Hobbit at 8 because she could not wait, but had already read Muddle Earth 1 & 2 (correct title check it out if you have kids) and currently my lad is reading Muddle Earth, and we actually have to take the books off them and out of their rooms at night to stop them reading!

 42 
 on: Today at 12:27:39 PM 
Started by Snowball - Last post by HutchGF
Got a sore head today, epic night.

Backed Taylor 16-6 as well. BINK!

 43 
 on: Today at 12:20:27 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by tikay
I have to admit that if i have one addition it is books, I love the feeling of going into a bookshop knowing I will come out with at least one book (often more) but not really knowing which ones. That feeling is only really beaten by knowing that one of your favourite authors has a new book out and that you will shortly be purchasing it.

I have to admit to even preferring to physically buy the book in a shop as opposed to Amazon (despite the cost difference) as it just takes me back to being a kid again.

The feel you get when you are finishing a really good book is always a mix of pleasure and a little bit of disappointment that it is over!




Great post.

Have you ever considered contributing to a more cultured diary by any chance?

Wow , Has Woodsey started one.

Brilliant.

Not sure I've ever seen "cultured" & "woodsey" in the same sentence.  Very knowledgeable on matters of Thai girls & the like, mind.

 44 
 on: Today at 12:19:01 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by tikay
I have to admit that if i have one addition it is books, I love the feeling of going into a bookshop knowing I will come out with at least one book (often more) but not really knowing which ones. That feeling is only really beaten by knowing that one of your favourite authors has a new book out and that you will shortly be purchasing it.

I have to admit to even preferring to physically buy the book in a shop as opposed to Amazon (despite the cost difference) as it just takes me back to being a kid again.

The feel you get when you are finishing a really good book is always a mix of pleasure and a little bit of disappointment that it is over!



As Spammer Tom noted, that is a great post, so touchy-feely. I'll reply later, bit tied up right now, but thank you.

Not many things more enjoyable than spending a morning in a proper bookshop.

 45 
 on: Today at 12:18:29 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by Marky147
I have to admit that if i have one addition it is books, I love the feeling of going into a bookshop knowing I will come out with at least one book (often more) but not really knowing which ones. That feeling is only really beaten by knowing that one of your favourite authors has a new book out and that you will shortly be purchasing it.

I have to admit to even preferring to physically buy the book in a shop as opposed to Amazon (despite the cost difference) as it just takes me back to being a kid again.

The feel you get when you are finishing a really good book is always a mix of pleasure and a little bit of disappointment that it is over!




Great post.

Have you ever considered contributing to a more cultured diary by any chance?

Wow , Has Woodsey started one.

GG Coffee Cheesy

 46 
 on: Today at 12:16:50 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by tikay


1st visit to this thread (gulp). Doing the scoop6 selections today next door (with very much needed help from Joesman), so came here for inspiration/help. Tough day to select. Even tougher to trim down my initial chooses to fit into out perm. Had BE tip down before I saw it though, so that has to be a good sign.

What is your overall position, from this thread, in relation to profit/loss?

Think this is how we stand.

We have been going 2 years & 6 months so far.

We have placed 3,763 bets,

We have staked £117,201.

We have turned a profit of £4,080.01.

We have a positive ROI of 3.48%.


So by following Fred "blind", you'd have made £4,000. Those who are more selective should make a goodly deal more.

And it's all free.

Not bad, imo.  

 47 
 on: Today at 12:15:37 PM 
Started by Ironside - Last post by Ironside
Yeah vvd and Forster going for about 20 million the pair, Celtic knew Forster was going before the signed Gordon , as much as I would love to see the pair in saints red  20million in celtics pocket is huge in a weak spl,

 48 
 on: Today at 12:12:15 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by bookiebasher
I have to admit that if i have one addition it is books, I love the feeling of going into a bookshop knowing I will come out with at least one book (often more) but not really knowing which ones. That feeling is only really beaten by knowing that one of your favourite authors has a new book out and that you will shortly be purchasing it.

I have to admit to even preferring to physically buy the book in a shop as opposed to Amazon (despite the cost difference) as it just takes me back to being a kid again.

The feel you get when you are finishing a really good book is always a mix of pleasure and a little bit of disappointment that it is over!




Great post.

Have you ever considered contributing to a more cultured diary by any chance?

Wow , Has Woodsey started one.

 49 
 on: Today at 12:11:00 PM 
Started by Ironside - Last post by Kmac84
I can see Virgil Van Dyke ending up at Southampton now.  Ths would be a big loss for Celtic, I thought he was likely to end up at Liverpool as thought he'd fit in well with their style of play.   It was rumoured early in Summer when Koeman came in that VVD was on his list of targets. 

 50 
 on: Today at 12:10:52 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by tikay


1st visit to this thread (gulp). Doing the scoop6 selections today next door (with very much needed help from Joesman), so came here for inspiration/help. Tough day to select. Even tougher to trim down my initial chooses to fit into out perm. Had BE tip down before I saw it though, so that has to be a good sign.

What is your overall position, from this thread, in relation to profit/loss?



Hi Alan, (Port Vale supporter, I believe),

I don't have access to the Spready right now, but last time I looked, we were making about 3.7%, over some 3,500 bets, on over £100,000 staked. 

I'll try & find the exact numbers shortly, but that's not far out.

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