Scarborough (H) 24/02
#91

Is it rude? Can't you just alter it to something like "Cook Pass Babtridge"?

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#92

(26-02-2024, 09:15 PM)Neil Wrote:  Is it rude? Can't you just alter it to something like "Cook Pass Babtridge"?
Wishes another side good luck or something similar
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#93

Is it a Banksy?

10 out of 10 for footballing zen
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#94

(26-02-2024, 08:18 PM)Stable Lad Wrote:  No problem; enjoy the sensual experience of being in a pine forest while at the next game :-)

While we are on the subject of folk not treating the ground with quite the love most of us would like!!  A few weeks back some kind soul was so moved by the joy of being at the match they felt the need to write their appreciation of the beautiful game with a permanent marker on the back of the T-End.  By any chance to any of you have anything lurking in a corner at home that might remove these touching words; permanent marker on steel?  If you have could you drop me a message on here; it's not much that needs shifting, a brief yet poignant sentence and it'd save having to head off to Homebase to buy something.  Thank you.
Pour/spray some Acetone (nail varnish remover) on it and it should wipe straight off  Smile
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#95

Try WD40 it generally cleans most things......
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#96

Thanks. Will have another try tonight at training and see if it works.
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#97

Well, the nail varnish shifted 1 of the 3 items but sadly not the biggest two. Will give WD40 a go next time. Thanks for the ideas
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#98

(29-02-2024, 10:34 AM)Stable Lad Wrote:  Well, the nail varnish shifted 1 of the 3 items but sadly not the biggest two.  Will give WD40 a go next time.  Thanks for the ideas
Is it felt tip permanent marker?

(29-02-2024, 10:57 AM)Severnside Wrote:  Is it felt tip permanent marker?
If wd40 doesnt work try toothpaste or a mild scouring liquid such as jif or cif whatever they call it this week. T
Together with a scouring pad it will come off.
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#99

This is starting to remind me of an episode of the Simpsons when Lisa got chewing gum in her hair!

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Has SL tried slathering it in mayonnaise or peanut butter?

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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