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Discussion in 'Stoke City' started by stoke-th97, Apr 20, 2014.
Wisconsin - Carolinas
Carolinas - Nostradamus**
** didn't see that coming
Nostradamus - Winston*
* - think he saw in advance the Gathering Storm ...
Winston - Mussolini **
** tagged along as well
Mussolini - Francisco*
* - other Francos are available, but Francisco was a dictator like Mussolini
Fransico - Lukashenko **
** a real, fun guy from Belarus.
Lukashenko - Mortensen*
*- helluva striker
Indeed, scored a hat trick in the 'Matthews' final
Mortenson - Schevchenko **
** so was this guy before he went to Chelsea
Schevchenko - Robson*
* - Bobby, Bryan or Dame Flora
Robson - Grosvenor
Grosvenor - Windsor*
* - other castles or Franks are available
Windsor - Windows **
** would hate to clean all of the windows there
Yep - would be a pane ......
Windows - Conservatories
Conservatories - Quantocks **
** Lots of Tories in this neck of the woods.
Signing off till tomorrow.
Will be off to work weather/roads permitting.
Take care on the roads tomorrow Nick
Quantocks - Johnson*
* - Andrew and LBJ are 2 Vice-Presidents who assumed the Presidency following the assassination of the incumbent, Lincoln and Kennedy respectively.
Morning Nick and PH
All ok here and trust same with yourselves
Today’s theme is words include the random letters DAL
Johnson - Dallas
Morning Taff & PH
All fine here, good to hear same applies to you and hopefully PH.
The back roads round here are still rather tricky (50% back roads on way to work), so decided to stay home & go in tomorrow.
Discretion being the better part of valour, or admitting you are 76 and not a rally driver
Great link, never realised that coincidence before
Dallas - Saddle **
** real cowboys use them
The moral of the story, never pick a guy called Johnson as your running mate .....
A wise choice Nick - hopefully, conditions will improve, no point taking risks be you 76 or 36
Saddle - Dawdle
Morning Nick & Taff,
Hope all is well with both of you and yours, all fine here,
Too true Taff
I often dawdled in Andalusua, meandered in Malaga, roamed in Ronda, ambled in Alhambra etc
Andalusia - Dalliance (in....)