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Who won the football game this afternoon?
Who won the football game this afternoon? And how was the spotted dick afterwards?
Who won the football game this afternoon? And how was the spotted dick afterwards? The brown ale was flat
Wayne Manor residents playing the tall forward role - don't tell me, with all those Jordans, they can't jump.
Al*n (technically still colonised, doe)
beautifying his gnarly teeth
Anybody able to access this?http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?v=fe...06358243&ref=nf
boxfresh Batmon in attendance then?
Quality.Two days after my birthday - I'm fahkin' there, mate.
The village is most famed for the stories of the "Wise Men of Gotham". These depict the people of the village as being stupid. However, the reason for the behaviour is believed to be that the villagers wished to feign madness in order to avoid a Royal Highway being built through the village, as they would then be expected to build and maintain this route. Madness was believed at the time to be highly contagious, and when King John's knights saw the villagers behaving as if insane, the knights swiftly withdrew and the King's road was re-routed to avoid the village.One of the mad deeds seen by the knights was a group of villagers fencing off a small tree in order to keep a cuckoo captive from the sheriff of Nottingham. One of the three pubs/inns in the village is known as The Cuckoo Bush Inn.Reminded of the foolish ingenuity of Gotham's residents, Washington Irving gave the name "Gotham" to New York City in his Salmagundi Papers (1807). In turn, Bob Kane named the pastiche New York City home of Batman Gotham City. The existence of Gotham, Nottinghamshire in the DC Universe was recently acknowledged in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #206 (and again in 52 #27), although the connection between two names within the DCU has not been fully explained.
Dealt Chizzle and Senior special.