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Thu Nov 3 1:39 pm  #1


City v WHU - PREDICT THE SCORE.

2-0 to the mighty tigers!


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Thu Nov 3 2:31 pm  #2


Re: City v WHU - PREDICT THE SCORE.

Gunna be optimistic with this one, 3-1?

Thu Nov 3 3:19 pm  #3


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3-2 city


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Fri Nov 4 3:15 pm  #4


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Hope for a win but think it's going to be 2-2


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Wed Jan 8 7:57 am  #5


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Thu Jan 9 11:14 am  #6


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Thu Jan 9 7:32 pm  #7


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Fri Jan 10 9:03 am  #8


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Sat Jan 11 1:18 am  #9


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Sat Jan 11 5:03 am  #10


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Sat Jan 11 7:47 am  #11


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My husband and I had to stop panyilg the spelling game pretty quickly. Our budding genius/geek/nerd son was faster at deciphering the spelled words than my husband by kindergarten. lol

Sat Jan 11 6:38 pm  #12


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Sun Jan 12 10:05 pm  #14


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Sat Jan 25 2:52 pm  #15


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Tue Jan 28 9:49 pm  #17


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Wed Jan 29 1:23 pm  #18


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Thu Jan 30 2:04 am  #19


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Wed Feb 5 11:49 am  #22


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