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Match Threads Spurs vs Newcastle

Date
Dec 10, 2023
KO Time
4:30pm
Score
4 - 1

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 77 58.8%
  • Newcastle Win

    Votes: 35 26.7%
  • Score Draw

    Votes: 18 13.7%
  • Goalless Draw

    Votes: 1 0.8%

  • Total voters
    131

McFlash

Without doubt the dumbest & most clueless member.
Oct 19, 2005
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48,265
My 3 year old niece says you're all ****s.
Your niece is very astute because my 10 year old daughter and my 15 and 17 year old sons all think I'm a **** too.
Sometimes we hug about it and the tears flow.
 

tevezito

In the cup for Tottingham
Jun 8, 2004
981
1,675
My 9 year old just keeps asking me how a 15 year old keyboard warrior can have an 11 year old son, and if it's true, no wonder he's crying all the time.
 

SpursSince1980

Well-Known Member
Jan 23, 2011
4,794
14,637
Your niece is very astute because my 10 year old daughter and my 15 and 17 year old sons all think I'm a **** too.
Sometimes we hug about it and the tears flow.
I got lucky. Have always been incredibly close to my son. Had a few 'teenager asshole' moments over the years, but nothing outside the realms of ordinary for that age range. He'll be 21 next July. In his second year at College studying Music Production and Engineering at Berklee School of Music in Boston (yes, that was a humble brag).

Fortunately for him, he isn't fond of sports. Either playing or watching. So, the Spurs curse was not passed on. Some days it makes me sad. But most of the time, I'm relieved -- it feels like a cruel imposition to put upon a child who was already emotionally volatile!! (I jest - sorta).

But it has been funny over the years - as he'd always know on the weekend if Spurs lost, as I'd be in a crappy mood. He couldn't wrap his head around why I'd let something I have no control over make me sad or mad. (Coming from the kid who'd go on a screaming rampage while playing a video game!!!)
 

McFlash

Without doubt the dumbest & most clueless member.
Oct 19, 2005
13,314
48,265
I got lucky. Have always been incredibly close to my son. Had a few 'teenager asshole' moments over the years, but nothing outside the realms of ordinary for that age range. He'll be 21 next July. In his second year at College studying Music Production and Engineering at Berklee School of Music in Boston (yes, that was a humble brag).

Fortunately for him, he isn't fond of sports. Either playing or watching. So, the Spurs curse was not passed on. Some days it makes me sad. But most of the time, I'm relieved -- it feels like a cruel imposition to put upon a child who was already emotionally volatile!! (I jest - sorta).

But it has been funny over the years - as he'd always know on the weekend if Spurs lost, as I'd be in a crappy mood. He couldn't wrap his head around why I'd let something I have no control over make me sad or mad. (Coming from the kid who'd go on a screaming rampage while playing a video game!!!)
I was only joking and I'd like to think I've got a decent relationship with my kids.
My eldest doesn't really do football yet, he's cricket mad and my daughter supports West Ham, after her mother but thankfully the middle one is fully COYS.
 

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