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    A Fan of Sport & A Good day for all

    Mark doesn't watch much TV but when the Rugby is on it really holds his attention. Being Gay however the motivation is not strictly interest in the conventional sporting sense.

    Today Wales v Italy started with Mark singing the the Italian national anthem (his version) which goes something like;
    "Just one Cornetto, geev eet to mee, deelishus ice cream from Italee"

    This was followed by his commentry on a tackle that left an Italian player hurt; "Et tu brute you brute" he shouted at the Welsh side.

    He then continued in similar vein to admonish both sides for His penalties including: Nut kicking, Tearing shorts off and the sin bin warning for tackling cutie! Whoever cuties is!

    I have to say that I am quite proud of him. On Friday his Day Care co-ordinator asked Mark to give a presentation on Dentistry (his previous occupation) So off he went with the tools of his trade in his bag. The Co-ordinator rang me to say that it had been a resounding success. He had fielded questions well and apart from the screams of terror by some clients, at the sight of dental extraction forceps etc (which do look like instruments of torture )he had enjoyed himself and they had a good time too.

    What a delight for me too.
    Regards Robert

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    What a lovely cheery post,you have made me smile today

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    A man after my own heart!!! I love rugby for the same reasons
    Glad you're both having a good day xx
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    "No," said Pooh humbly, "there isn't. But there was going to be when I began it. It's just that something happened to it along the way."

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    Good one Robert. Perhaps we need a TP survey of all those who arent so keen on the game but quite like the players!!! Best wishes.

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    You sound so happy and quite rightly proud! Izzy x
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertjohnmills View Post
    Being Gay however the motivation is not strictly interest in the conventional sporting sense.
    Excuse me, but I only watched Sport Relief last night for a few glimpses of David Ginola ..... and no, not because I admired his skills on the footie field!!!!!

    I wonder if any of our LGBT members watched the sketch of ‘Smithy and Becks’ and what they made of it?

    Love, Karen, x

    (Lovely post, Robert )

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    All the sketches blurred into one at the end of the evening for me but I did enjoy most of it. David Beckham is my No 1 pin up! He replaced Paul Newman about 10 years ago for me. Funny that both are blond and I've been married all this time to a little dark haired Cornish origins man.

    Is it a question of what you don't have you covet I wonder?

    Good to hear about your partner and his great sense of humour Robert. Hope to hear more from you two.

    xxTinaT

 

 

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