Wednesday 31st January 2018

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Then He Kissed Me

The Crystals

Well, he walked up to me and he asked me if I wanted to dance
He looked kinda nice and so I said I might take a chance
When he danced he held me tight
And when he walked me home that night
All the stars were shining bright
And then he kissed me
Each time I saw him I couldn’t wait to see him again
I wanted to let him know that he was more than a friend
I didn’t know just what to do
So I whispered I love you
He said that he loved me too
And then he kissed me
He kissed me in a way that I’ve never been kissed before,
He kissed me in a way that I want to be kissed forever more
I knew that he was mine so I gave him all the love that I had
And one day he took me home to meet his mon and his dad
Then he asked me to be his bride
And always be right by his side
I felt so happy I almost cried
And then he kissed me
Then he asked me to be his bride
And always be right by his side
I felt so happy I almost cried
And then he kissed me
And then he kissed me
And then he kissed me

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Play reading/Casting at Kineton Hall at 8.00pm for a play called “SUFFRAGETTES!” by Paul King which will take place in April. It was an amazing evening and the people from Kineton Amateur Dramatic Society were very nice and very friendly. I had to read the part as a policeman with a line saying “What have you got under there then” while lifting the skirt of a suffragette?

I was policeman 3 last night with only two lines. Its been changed to policeman 2?

Policeman 2:             What you got under there then darling? (He lifts her skirt.)

Suffragette 5:             How dare you?!

Policeman 2:              Going to stop me, are you?!

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Green = give, white =women, violet = votes. “Give women votes”.

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Spurs 2 Man Utd 0

Christian Eriksen scored the third fastest goal in Premier League history which laid the foundations for a fantastic and thoroughly deserved 2-0 victory against Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday evening.
The midfield magician curled home after just 11 seconds to give us the perfect start in what was a crunch game in our bid for a top four finish in the division. Jan Vertonghen sent a long ball forward after receiving the kick-off, Harry Kane nodded into the path of Dele Alli, whose mis-hit shot fell perfectly for Eriksen to stroke home – his 50th goal in our colours.

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We doubled our lead on 28 minutes when Kieran Trippier’s fine low cross was put through his own net by United defender Phil Jones, putting us firmly in control of the match.

The visitors created very little, Hugo Lloris saving from Jesse Lingard early on and then producing a fine stop to deny Romelu Lukaku in the second half but at the other end, we were carving United open time and again, just failing to apply the finishing touches to some wonderful football.

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Kane saw a number of efforts saved by David De Gea, Eriksen fired just wide from distance and Heung-Min Son was denied by the United stopper with 21 minutes remaining – although had he squared the ball to Kane, the England striker would have had a tap-in. It mattered not though as we comfortably saw out the rest of the game in front of another record Premier League crowd – 81,978 in the stadium, surpassing our previous best of 80,827 against Liverpool earlier this season.

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