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The Dare Skywalk

WalkerboyUK

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Jun 8, 2009
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Having done the abseil at the Olympic Park, which is about another 25% higher, this is one I’m going to sign up for
 

aliyid

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Dec 28, 2004
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‘Adrenaline-pumped’ experience and breath taking views of the capital o_O

Get the feeling they’d be better off focusing on waking up to the cockerel and taking in that glorious view of the pitch rather than over-egging a ride in the lift and seeing the city skyline from quite a long distance away
 

Rocksuperstar

Isn't this fun? Isn't fun the best thing to have?
Jun 6, 2005
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Now open for bookings young Skywalker...

How long have you had that one in the fridge? I bet it's been in there since before the new stadium was finished, marinading in Guinness. Totally worth it (y)

I'm up for it but my wallet might not be - I kinda feel like it's a better idea to just save the money for a ticket to an actual game...
 

spursfan1991

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Jul 3, 2008
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I cannot wait to see my favourite ghanian hair dresser shop and dixy chicken from so high up. It will be an exhilirating experience.
 

Llord Flashheart

Currently finding it firm and fruity
Jul 29, 2010
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You grumpy lot :joyful:

I know a lot of what's been said above is tongue in cheek but in all seriousness, this looks good fun.

Remember when a football stadium was just a football stadium.... earning money for the club once or twice every two weeks, and probably sod all during the summer / out of season?

Milking it, absolutely, we all want to have huge investment in our squad and these are the ways to help us.

It's all about making the stadium a destination spot within London, not necessarily just for football or Spurs fans, but for people visiting the city, why not exploit their wish to see something different.

Yeah, the immediate area might be a bit of a kip but regeneration has to start somewhere.

Now go enjoy the sun you Grinches. ?
 

Rocksuperstar

Isn't this fun? Isn't fun the best thing to have?
Jun 6, 2005
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Yup. It's when £750,000 was also a fair amount to budget for a left back.

Remember when Titus Bramble joined Newcastle in 2002 for £6 million?

Remember how one of the hyenas in Who Framed Roger Rabbit actually laughed himself to death? Was my spirit animal on that day.
 

Dougal

Staff
Jun 4, 2004
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Looks like Arsenal have follow suit by placing a giant cock on their roof too...

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Shanks

Kinda not anymore....
May 11, 2005
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No chance I’d do it, but I bloody excited for mine and my lads stadium tour tomorrow!
 
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