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Must have been downing pies to soak up all the nutrients lost through all that crying! Bless him. Best wishes to the Hammers by the way. As a Spurs fan who spent 3 years living in Forest Gate I've got a huge soft spot for them - some of the nicest (and genuinelt passionate) people I've met.
Maybe he's eating all the pies to replace the nutrients he's lost through crying...By the way - big up to the Hammers. As a Spurs fan who spent 3 years living in Forest Gate, I have to say that West Ham fans are some of the nicest people I've met and I'll always have a soft spot for them.
I would still swap his body for mine anyday, are you trying to sugest you would not also?
Not Ronaldo obviously ! Are you prepared to show your belly Iain ?
Mmmm, he can have some of mine!
Don't know about your usual standards Iain but I wish my body looked like that.
Micky Quinn Ate All The Pies.
Mm..Not Cristiano Ronaldo, that's for sure...
I think you'll find that's muscle, Iain.
Dear God, I'd kill to have a beer belly like that! That said, being a twat would be a significant drawback.
I'm sure you're much trimmer Iain...
I always wondered where all the snot went now that sportsmen wear short sleeve shirts. I guess it beats having a crusty wrist.
I just cannot understand grown men attempting to create trouble for Ronaldo.He is an excellent footballer with great skill.Something to cherish. But NO the red tops want riots and now Iain, (who must be honest and say he would love him to play for West Ham!)Come on. as today's events have proved we have major things to worry about. Ronaldo brings us great relief from those problems. Long may he play and I sincerely hope that when Manchester United play West Ham Ronaldo scores a hat trick.
An excellent footballer with great skill... as a Man Utd fan, I wish I could agree, but he's too inconsistent, and dives way too often. When he's good, he's very good, but when he isn't, it's just aimless showboating.I'd have been perfectly happy if we'd sold him to Real Madrid (where he obviously wants to be) for almost £20m, bought Duff for £5m (alas, Newcastle got there first) and spent the remainder on a decent ball-winning midfielder to replace the hole left by Keano.
Is this a ref to a Pop bitch story and a a world cup striker and a pieman?
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