Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Giveaway #397 : Win 1 of 2 Sharing Bowls from McCain Wedges (+ free offer) - closed - winners Michele O' Malley & Richard Randall


If you're planning on inviting some friends over to watch the World Cup together, you know you're going to have to provide some nibbles. It's easy enough to grab a bag of crisps or popcorn but McCain have come up with a more substantial idea - sharing some wedges.

Wedges fans are being invited to collect limited edition McCain Wedges sharing bowls in an exclusive on-pack offer available in supermarkets across the country from 5 May for 10 weeks.


The Brazilian-inspired bowls are made from stylish ceramic, making them the ultimate living room talking point for any sport mad family this summer! Or even for those families that just like a good movie session together with some tasty food which is perfect for sharing.

To kick start your collection, simply purchase any two 750g promotional packs of McCain Wedges, then log onto www.summerofsharing.co.uk to enter your two unique codes and to claim your exclusive bowl.
The McCain Wedge flavours included in the offer are: Lightly Spiced, Mexican and the new limited edition McCain Roasted Garlic Wedges which launched at the end of February. They are available in all major retailers in a 750g pack (RRP£2).

McCain have also kindly offered to send one of these gorgeous sharing bowls to two Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Fill in your entries on the Rafflecopter widget below.



UK only. Closing date : 26/6/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !
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208 comments:

  1. I'm not looking forward to it because it interferes with my soaps hehe x

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  2. Maybe will enjoy some of the games .... but I agree that if it interferes with Corrie I'll be shouting at the telly!

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  3. No. My husband hates football and will get really grumpy when it's on

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  4. No i'm not but hubby and my son are x

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  5. I'm not at the moment but I think I will get sucked into it!

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  6. Looking forward to the peace lol!

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  7. Will watch the England games and see how it goes. Not a big fan

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  8. Amazingly, being a man, I don't like soccer full stop. I'm a football (that's rugby to the uninitiated) cricket and motorsport man. I want to go into hibernation for the world cup
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  9. I am looking forward to it!

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  10. not really no one watches football in our house

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  11. I am looking forward to it!
    @Dorothee77

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  12. Not really but I will probably watch some of the matches. We are not a footballing family fortunately. @SandraC0206

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  13. Not really but no doubt I'll watch when England are playing.

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  14. What is annoying me is the amount of cars going around with England flags flying, but when it was St Georges Day there was hardly. Everyone celebrates St Patrick's Day Irish or not, but our patron Saint is almost ignored.

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  15. nope, hopefully I'll manage to avoid the whole thing!

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  16. No, we've got a new baby so won't have time anyway!!

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  17. I've commented on your Globe-cooking recipe : Kiflice (Croatia) page.

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  18. None of us like football in our home, so we can pretty much avoid it!

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  20. nope, i am sick of it already!

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  21. also commented here:

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  22. I don't have any particular feelings towards it to be honest.

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  23. I am looking forward to the Worls Cup, I will watch some of the games and enjoy the hype but I suppose by the end of it I will be thoroughly fed up.

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  24. I'm not that bothered. Will prob watch the England games

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  26. I'm not looking forward to it. It messes up the all-important TV schedule and I cringe at all the 'heartbreak' headlines in the papers when England get eliminated!

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  27. I'm kinda looking forward to it but not overly fussed!

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  28. were not huge fans in our house but it might be a lugh with friends and a bbq!

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  29. no get fed up of hubby and son shouting at TV

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  30. As you know, I use the World Cup as a good excuse for blogging more recipes. :)

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  31. Nope good excuse to stay online more catching up with friends ( Melanie M )

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  32. Oh yes!! can't get enough of it. Wife hates it mucks up her telly routine

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  33. No I am not looking forward to the World Cup.

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  34. no not a football fan at all

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  35. no , Now because it already started I can't wait for it to finish

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  36. love football love the world cup, shame matches are so late tho:(

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  37. Yes. I'm wondering what Brazil can achieve at home

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  38. To be honest i'm not looking forward to the world cup

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  39. no, and my husband hates sport too so both be glad when it's over

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  40. I'll be thankful when it is all over.

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  41. looking forward to it
    olga carpenter

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  42. I'm dreading it!

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  43. Not really - if England do ok and go through the qualifiers I might take a look!

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  44. I love it, been watching since 1994 :)

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  45. i wasnt looking forward to it, but i must admit i have got into it since its been on!

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  46. Will watch parts of matches I'm sure but only cause hubby has it on

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  47. no bothered by it my husband has set up a second tv so don't have to watch it all

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  48. Yes, loving every minute (Lyla)

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  49. I'm loving it! I like watching the big tournaments.

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  50. Janet Rawstron15 June 2014 at 22:07

    My husband is a footy fan so for him I am looking forward to the world cup.

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  51. Football isn't something I enjoy watching.

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  52. love the world cup i am watching argentina v bosnia right now while typing this its 1-0 at moment

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  53. I am loving the world cup! Cannot beat a good international tournament with the greatest players in world football.

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  54. I love the world cup, bring it on
    Claire D

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  55. Not really but I will watch some matches :)

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  56. Not particulary, but it's not a problem as no one at home is interested either :)

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  57. don't really mind. can take it or leave it really
    @sarahrees151286

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  58. Bring on the football, we love it in our household - Come on England! @deeblythe

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  59. Yeah, i'm really enjoying it so far!

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  60. no, as you can not find anything to watch other than football

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  61. Yes! But I know England won't win!

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  62. no, don't like football, and our chances are always over-hyped!!!

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  63. HMMM NOT REALLY AS IT DISRUPTS ALL THE SOAPS :)

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  64. I like to watch the England games, but don't get any further into it x

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  65. not looking forward to it at all!!!!

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  66. Yes!!! Come on England woooo hoooo

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  67. Yes I am very much looking forward to it

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  68. No we will go to the beach or out with the dogs.

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  69. I Love Football, and i Really love the world cup. Go England :-)

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  70. Yes I'm looking forward to the World Cup

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  71. No. I do not like football/soccer at all.

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  72. I am really enjoying the World Cup, thanks to Chris's blog challenge at Cooking Around the World. I'm loving cooking dishes for the countries playing and my hubbie is super-happy watching football & dining on dishes from around the world! :-)

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  73. I love football so I'm really enjoying the World Cup

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  74. Not really! i work in a pub so just means extra drug men ... not great lol

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  75. nope i hate footie lol

    http://sarahandc.blogspot.co.uk/

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  76. I dont mind it, It keeps my hubby and son quiet so that has to be good.

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  77. I 'm not a big footie fan but its nice to see how excited fans get about the games

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  78. Been looking forward to the World Cup for ages!

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  79. not really a football fan I'm afraid

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  80. I am looking forward to it.

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  81. I enjoy watching some of it.

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  82. not really, im not a footy fan and very little else to chill and watch

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  83. I love the world cup so yes I am soooooo looking forward to it

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  84. I'm not looking forward to it, I'd rather Wimbledon was given the coverage

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  85. Not at all lol Really don't get football :)

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  86. I was, until I watched the 2 England games!!!! Woeful.

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  87. of course not! - jellybaby1986@hotmail.com

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  88. Pam Francis Gregory23 June 2014 at 16:59

    I was until England lost their 1st 2 games - can't be bothered now!

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  89. Pam Francis Gregory23 June 2014 at 17:03

    I commented on Kids' app review : All Aboard the Ninky Nonk

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  90. Not really but will watch it if I have to. Some games will
    interfere with Wimbledon. lol

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  91. I am following it and have watched some games.
    Got a sweepstake at work too.

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  92. I'm not - not a fan of football at all! :)

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  93. We don't watch football much in our house, just the England matches!

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  94. Not too excited-will watch the final though

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  95. Not looking forward it distracts my husband and I can't bear the noise!

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  96. Yes, will give me some peace and quiet whilst the boys are watching the footy

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  97. Yes! We're all fans of sport.

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  98. Not that keen, but have encouraged my son to follow it a bit.

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  100. No I'm bored of it

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  101. Yes and No, I don't mind the odd game but 3 games a night is a little too much :(

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  102. I'm liking the unpredictiveness of the world cup!

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  103. Not now England are out!

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  104. no I dont like football! would rather watch wimbledon!

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  105. Love football, especially the world cup.

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  106. Love watching international football! x As England is out will support Germany and France

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  107. Happy to watch the football - it's only once every 4 years!! - I can make time for that :-)

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  108. not in the slightest bit interested

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  109. can't wait, football shirt and tv guide at the ready

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  110. no way, had enough of it already

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  111. i'm not very interested in football :)

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  112. where's the youtube video of the cat saying "No,no,no,no,no,no"

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  113. I was . . .until I saw England play!

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  114. Rebecca Gransden25 June 2014 at 14:34

    Now England are out I can sit back and enjoy it. There have been some great matches already and it's great to see the south american teams doing well. Exciting times.

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  115. cannot stand football it is so boring

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  116. I was looking forward to it, until England went out!

    trevor linvell

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  117. I'm not interested in the World Cup as I don't like football.

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  118. Not only was I looking forward to it, but loving it as well!

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  119. sarah harrison25 June 2014 at 20:15

    Yes I love football

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  120. Yes - i always love the World Cup

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  121. I love the world cup , I watch every minute I can .

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  122. No. It's on every night but I ignore it and do more interesting things. Lol.

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  123. No. It's on every night though. I just ignore it and do more interesting things :)

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  124. I was looking forward to it until England's poor showing. Looking forward to Wimbledon now instead

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  125. No not looking forward to it, it keeps interferring with the scheduling of my soaps and that is NOT good! I am loving wimbledon already though!

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  126. I was looking forward to it but what a disappointment it turned out to be!

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  127. nope not in the slightest bit interested!

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  128. Loving the world cup so far!

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  129. World cup is not for me, havent seen any of it on tv and trying to get through whole tournament with out seeing any

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  130. I'm entirely indifferent. Good that so many people enjoy it though x

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  131. Jane Middleton26 June 2014 at 00:47

    I was, like the atmosphere, shame we got knocked out

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  132. Not for me, however my husband is loving it

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  133. I'll watch some with my husband but when I've had enough he goes into the other room and watches.

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  134. I'm not looking forward to it because it's all you hear about for weeks. It also makes me avoid the pub which is never a good thing!

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  135. I am all football ed out now! Looking forward to the tennis

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  136. Couldn't care less about football to be honest

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  137. no as England lost

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  138. no i will be a single for the month as bf wont be interested in me

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  139. We never win so im not looking forward to the hype to end in disapointment

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  140. I was looking forward to it until England got knocked out!!

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  141. Na - football is boring ! lol

    @jamiecomps

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  142. Sorry, but NO NO NO. I'm a rugby girl! :)

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  143. I can't wait.

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  144. I was looking forward to the world cup- now England are out we wont be watching it :(

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  145. I have commented on Globe-cooking recipe : Bourek (Algeria) :) x

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  146. I was until we didn't make it through the group

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  147. Im looking forward to watching it with my boys
    @catrionanation

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  148. Absolutely. the only downside is when England get knocked out. oh well.

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