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Merry Belated Christmas, Happy Belated New Year.

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Keegan

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So - having developed what could loosely be described as a life, I haven't been posting as often as I used to. I am as big a Bolton Nut as I have ever been, and I didn't realize how little I have been posting. This is just meant to be a shout out to you all - so in true Jamaican style, wha'gwaan?

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Sluffy

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All the best to you and yours Keegan.

I don't know if you knew or not but Aaron who has not been around for a while either got engaged last year and clearly also has other things on his mind than Nuts these days too!

There's always a home for you both here though any time you want it.

Copper Dragon

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Hey, bumboclaat!

Happy New Year.

Norpig

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Jussi Jääskeläinen
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Merry Christmas and a happy New Year Keegan, what's a typical Jamaican Christmas like?

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Happy New Year Keegan. 
Hope you had a great Christmas,and thanks for the slipper. When are you sending the other one.

MartinBWFC

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El Hadji Diouf
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Norpig wrote:Merry Christmas and a happy New Year Keegan, what's a typical Jamaican Christmas like?
I'd imagine there'd be a lot of greens in their diet.

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MartinBWFC wrote:
Norpig wrote:Merry Christmas and a happy New Year Keegan, what's a typical Jamaican Christmas like?
I'd imagine there'd be a lot of greens in their diet.

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Keegan

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Copper Dragon wrote:Hey, bumboclaat!

Happy New Year.

Well done! Granted, that word is not exactly "in polite use" - but 3pts to Griffendor!

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Keegan

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Norpig wrote:Merry Christmas and a happy New Year Keegan, what's a typical Jamaican Christmas like?

Think your Christmas without the snow. Eating and drinking too much, visiting with family and friends and partying. The food will be different as we have staples such as Sorrel (a traditional drink) and Fruit Cake with more than a tot of Rum for "flavour". In general, a good time is had by all.

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Keegan

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boltonbonce wrote:Happy New Year Keegan. 
Hope you had a great Christmas,and thanks for the slipper. When are you sending the other one.

Cheers, Boncey - I'm waiting on the Cinderella sequel.

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Keegan

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Sluffy wrote:All the best to you and yours Keegan.

I don't know if you knew or not but Aaron who has not been around for a while either got engaged last year and clearly also has other things on his mind than Nuts these days too!

There's always a home for you both here though any time you want it.


Cheers, Sluff. I visit frequently, but didn't notice that I left without posting as often as I did.

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Keegan

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MartinBWFC wrote:
Norpig wrote:Merry Christmas and a happy New Year Keegan, what's a typical Jamaican Christmas like?
I'd imagine there'd be a lot of greens in their diet.

People never seem to believe when I say that I have never smoked anything in my life - not even Ham. It's true, though. I've never smoked a spliff or a cigarette or anything of the sort.

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El Hadji Diouf
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Boggersbelief wrote:
MartinBWFC wrote:
Norpig wrote:Merry Christmas and a happy New Year Keegan, what's a typical Jamaican Christmas like?
I'd imagine there'd be a lot of greens in their diet.

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In what way is that racist? dickhead.

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