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Lewismpsmith

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The Sport Thread

Baffling though that they don't provide separate coverage of each match or at least add an extra 15 minutes between each match which really does make the difference.


Can only speak for myself but I don't really care for most buildup nowadays - it's all stuff that's been done to death by various rugby publications, YouTubers, columnists, podcasts etc in the week before so it's fairly redundant.

The buildup to this match would be:
1) Wales have lost 6 games in a row
2) we miss the fans
3) They're not good at the moment and need confidence
4) there's no crowd
5) Wales are still getting to grips with the new system
6) there's no crowd here at a different stadium to normal
7) Wales need to beat Georgia
Cool we're here at a different stadium to normal
9) there's a much changed team
10) oh and did you notice there's no crowd at this different stadium?


Same with the football, I understand it completely, but you do not need to ram it down our throats between every sentence xD

People come to watch sports to escape from real world news, it doesn't need to be brought in every 5 seconds imo

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This Morning

I came out as a bi-sexual almost nine months ago.

I had feelings for men since I was about 13/14, but I wanted to wait until I was an adult before I could make a decision there and then.

It was on the night before my 19th birthday and I had just finished all of my coursework for the year, my mother was looking down on me, it was set up perfectly.

My dad, my sister and myself was having a little pre-birthday for me downstairs and it was getting late, my sister went upstairs to prepare for bed.

I knew my dad and my family was completely fine with this, but even so there's so weight on your shoulders and since my father, my best friend was the first person I had ever spoken to about this, their was so much on my shoulders.

But then, the moment came, we had a little chat first before saying to my dad "Can I tell you something?" He let me go on, obviously.

And then, it happened.

I told him that I indeed was a bi and it was the most emotional and amazing moment of my entire life, me and my father hugging whilst in tears of joy, I had finally done it and I am so proud of who I am and what I have become.

I eventually told my sisters a couple of days later and whilst I spoke to more people about it, it got more easier as time went on.

Fully behind Phillip, Holly and the entire "This Morning" team. What an incredible moment for television.