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Woking didn't surrender tbf, they carried on fouling right until the end.
Don't, you'll be accused of being a "pantywaist", whatever that is in English. Southerners proving themselves to be a separate species once again you understand.
 

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Don't, you'll be accused of being a "pantywaist", whatever that is in English. Southerners proving themselves to be a separate species once again you understand.
How can you struggle to understand the word "pantywaist" when you define the term? Still, it's up to you if you want to parade your lack of education...
 

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FWIW, I've never heard of pantywaist either.

We had a southerner here in the office yesterday who didn't know that the word 'mardy' meant. Apparently that's a Lincolnshire word, unbeknown to me until I checked.
 

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I think "pantywaist" is an American term. "Mardy" or "mardarse" is certainly in fairly common usage in Manchester.
 

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I've already filled up this morning, can I include that in my match report? It was at the big Tesco in Stockport, I used pay-at-the-pump.
Did you manage to get in and out easily? I find there's always long queues at Stockport Metro Tesco.
 

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I think "pantywaist" is an American term. "Mardy" or "mardarse" is certainly in fairly common usage in Manchester.
"Mardy" is also very common term here too, just for the record. In my own experience Southerners dont understand the word "Mardy" at all either!
 

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Did you manage to get in and out easily? I find there's always long queues at Stockport Metro Tesco.

I was lucky in that I didn't need to buy any drinks or snacks, so I was able to use the pay-at-the-pump lane, which is always under-utilised in my experience.
 

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One foul fewer than Altrincham, and one less yellow card than Altrincham.

That's clearly a reflection of the Woking players' enhanced skills and experience, meaning they are better able to avoid detection by the officials.
 

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Well, we totally Woking'd it yesterday. Almost not surprised we lost though, really. We were rubbish and the fact that Michael Rankine was made to look half decent says it all. Well done to Altrincham, they made the most of it, although it's going to be very tight as to whether they stay up because they weren't very good.

Great free-kick from Gez (Gez Sole in scoring a free-kick shocker). Was pretty good fun at 2-1. Everyone singing and dancing behind the goal, suddenly football was fun again. I'm prepared to give the players the benefit of the doubt that they were shattered after playing 65 minutes with ten-men against an in-form Halifax side, and managed to get a point. Onto Saturday against Barrow.
 

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On my way in, I spotted a Woking fan who appeared to have ridden his bike to the game.
 

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I'm prepared to give the players the benefit of the doubt that they were shattered after playing 65 minutes with ten-men against an in-form Halifax side, and managed to get a point.

We're quite a scalp tbf.
 

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On my way in, I spotted a Woking fan who appeared to have ridden his bike to the game.

I think they're at uni somewhere up there, to be honest I can't remember seeing them before
 

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I think they're at uni somewhere up there, to be honest I can't remember seeing them before

I wondered if he'd cycled from the train or tram station, but that makes sense now you mention it.
 

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Altrincham are fast becoming my favourite Greater Manchester team.
 

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