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Re: MTWD Glossary 2.0
Posted by: Supporting Middlesex since 1999
Date: 07/10/2010 19:15
Anyone looking for inspiration about what Chris Rogers' nickname should be should type 'rodgers site:watfordobserver.co.uk' into Google and look at the comments in the various articles. 'Brenda', 'Judas' and 'Mr Integrity' are three of the many names Watford supporters use for Brendan Rodgers, although prior to leaving for Reading some people called him 'Buck'.

I think R4C would be a great nickname for Chris Rogers since his namesake Brendan has the disloyalty of Mark Ramprakash while it is hoped that Chris Rogers will score a similar volume of runs to Ramprakash.

As for Corey Collymore's nickname, I don't know many people called 'Corey' or 'Collymore'. He will probably be called 'The Street' after Coronation Street.

It would take this thread off-topic if I said that until about five years ago I believed it to be illogical for it to be OK for females to demand equal rights (which I have no issue with) but to also demand not to be on the receiving end of violence. Don't us males get protection?! I still think it is illogical, but at least I have now learnt that females prefer not to be hit.

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