Up the Icelandic Tics

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Well, that was quite a break wasn’t it? Anyway, we are back from our extended jaunt to comb over the end of the season. So where have we been: we’ve walked to Leeds, we’ve had our end of season do when we were joined by a couple of lunatic Icelandic Latics fans, ate bountiful amounts of seafood in Portugal whilst England fans chucked chairs and, back on home turf, we watched and played a load of cricket .

We give our assessment of last season with varying degrees of contentment and also depending on what point in the season it was, before having a break by continuing to liquidate Wigan Central of Grapefruit IPA.

Up next, we tackle the perennial debate of “which do you prefer, hot weather or cold weather?’ Big coat wearing aside, we veer towards hot weather, as evidenced by several amusing case studies concerning people’s behaviour in the sun and the never ending stream of cranks walking in and out of the pib.

We discuss summer sports. Such as women’s football, the VAR Impact, the Cricket World Cup and a bit of tennis. Also, we discuss what the real reason is as to why people play badminton.

Nightmare commutes are next up as we discuss our travel based disasters, which much like the journeys, go on for quite a while. So after that we wrap up, just a little bit too abruptly.

Although there’s rumours going around that we may have recorded another episode after this, though none of us can remember much of it. Whoops. Again.

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