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#100800 by feey
Wed Jul 01, 2009 5:05 pm
Fill in the words or blanks with names of British Football teams so that the story makes some sort of sense.


The sun shone BRIGHTON the day we set sail for the ____________ in a ship with a ______ riddled with holes.

We sailed down the river which _______ to the sea.

We waved to the fair maiden leaning against the __________.

The _______ was made up of Scots, Irish and others of the ________ race.

The exception was the cabin boy named _________________ whose job was to _________ the boilers.

He was illiterate, but won our _________ with his ___________ efforts to improve his _________.

He was sent to ___________ by the villains on board, who had brought their _________ of weapons.

They were a rowdy lot and, when drunk, they did in fact __________ furniture.

The voyage made my _____________, who had not had a holiday ________ too long.

We landed ________ in the day on the ___________ of the island, below where the locals ______ their dead.

We crossed a stream and entered a dense forest where the ________ roamed freely.

We __________ regardless and eventually met a group of __________ dressed in __________ green.

After a days journey we caught some black fish in a ___________ and tried to get milk from a herd of cows, but they objected to having their _______________ (sorry about this one!)

At last we came to our destination, the home of the Hawaiian monarch, the ________________.

She greeted us with a friendly _________, but was obviously upset, as her _______________________had been smashed when the __________ fell down.

While her ____________ was being built she had to live in a sumptuous _______.

When we found the treasure we put the ________ the ship, determined to put it straight in the ________________ when we got home.

That night we ate some ____________ cake and some ____________ buns for tea, also some __________ which made us feel ill.
Last edited by feey on Thu Jul 02, 2009 6:33 pm, edited 1 time in total.

#100801 by daz
Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:38 pm
The sun shone BRIGHTON the day we set sail for the ____________ in a ship with a ______ riddled with holes.

We sailed down the river which _______ to the sea.

We waved to the fair maiden leaning against the __________.

The __CREWE_____ was made up of Scots, Irish and others of the ________ race.

The exception was the cabin boy named _________________ whose job was to _STOKE________ the boilers.

He was illiterate, but won our _HEARTS________ with his ___________ efforts to improve his _________.

He was sent to _COVENTRY__________ by the villains on board, who had brought their __ARSENAL_______ of weapons.

They were a rowdy lot and, when drunk, they did in fact __________ furniture.

The voyage made my _____________, who had not had a holiday _FORFAR_______ too long.

We landed ________ in the day on the _NORTH END__________ of the island, below where the locals _BURY_____ their dead.

We crossed a stream and entered a dense forest where the ________ roamed freely.

We __________ regardless and eventually met a group of __________ dressed in _LINCOLN_________ green.

After a days journey we caught some black fish in a _BLACKPOOL__________ and tried to get milk from a herd of cows, but they objected to having their _HUDDERS FELT______________ (sorry about this one!)

At last we came to our destination, the home of the Hawaiian monarch, the ________________.

She greeted us with a friendly _________, but was obviously upset, as her _______________________had been smashed when the __________ fell down.

While her ____________ was being built she had to live in a sumptuous _______.

When we found the treasure we put the ________ the ship, determined to put it straight in the ________________ when we got home.

That night we ate some ____________ cake and some ____________ buns for tea, also some __________ which made us feel ill.
_________________

#100808 by IAN B
Thu Jul 02, 2009 8:21 am
The sun shone BRIGHTON the day we set sail for the ____________ in a ship with a HULL riddled with holes.

We sailed down the river which LEEDS to the sea.

We waved to the fair maiden leaning against the __________.

The CREWE was made up of Scots, Irish and others of the CELTIC race.

The exception was the cabin boy named _________________ whose job was to STOKE the boilers.

He was illiterate, but won our HEARTS with his ___________ efforts to improve his READING.

He was sent to COVENTRY by the villains on board, who had brought their ARSENAL of weapons.

They were a rowdy lot and, when drunk, they did in fact WREXHAM furniture.

The voyage made my MOTHERWELL, who had not had a holiday FORFAR too long.

We landed ________ in the day on the NORTH END of the island, below where the locals BURY their dead.

We crossed a stream and entered a dense forest where the ________ roamed freely.

We __________ regardless and eventually met a group of __________ dressed in LINCOLN green.

After a days journey we caught some black fish in a BLACKPOOL and tried to get milk from a herd of cows, but they objected to having their HUDDERSFIELD (sorry about this one!)

At last we came to our destination, the home of the Hawaiian monarch, the CRYSTAL PALACE.

She greeted us with a friendly _________, but was obviously upset, as her _______________________had been smashed when the __________ fell down.

While her ____________ was being built she had to live in a sumptuous NEW CASTLE.

When we found the treasure we put the ________ the ship, determined to put it straight in the ________________ when we got home.

That night we ate some DUNDEE cake and some CHELSEA buns for tea, also some OLDHAM which made us feel ill.
_________________

#100811 by Buzzie
Thu Jul 02, 2009 8:41 am
The sun shone BRIGHTON the day we set sail for the ORIENT in a ship with a HULL riddled with holes.

We sailed down the river which LEEDS to the sea.

We waved to the fair maiden leaning against the __________.

The CREWE was made up of Scots, Irish and others of the CELTIC race.

The exception was the cabin boy named _________________ whose job was to STOKE the boilers.

He was illiterate, but won our HEARTS with his STIRLING efforts to improve his READING.

He was sent to COVENTRY by the villains on board, who had brought their ARSENAL of weapons.

They were a rowdy lot and, when drunk, they did in fact WREXHAM furniture.

The voyage made my MOTHERWELL, who had not had a holiday FORFAR too long.

We landed LEYTON in the day on the NORTH END of the island, below where the locals BURY their dead.

We crossed a stream and entered a dense forest where the ________ roamed freely.

We __________ regardless and eventually met a group of __________ dressed in LINCOLN green.

After a days journey we caught some black fish in a BLACKPOOL and tried to get milk from a herd of cows, but they objected to having their HUDDERSFIELD (sorry about this one!)

At last we came to our destination, the home of the Hawaiian monarch, the CRYSTAL PALACE.

She greeted us with a friendly _________, but was obviously upset, as her _______________________had been smashed when the __________ fell down.

While her ____________ was being built she had to live in a sumptuous NEW CASTLE.

When we found the treasure we put the ________ the ship, determined to put it straight in the ________________ when we got home.

That night we ate some DUNDEE cake and some CHELSEA buns for tea, also some OLDHAM which made us feel ill.

#100816 by pulse876
Thu Jul 02, 2009 9:19 am
Not sure about some of these:

The sun shone BRIGHTON the day we set sail for the ORIENT in a ship with a HULL riddled with holes.

We sailed down the river which LEEDS to the sea.

We waved to the fair maiden leaning against the __________.

The CREWE was made up of Scots, Irish and others of the CELTIC race.

The exception was the cabin boy named CLYDE whose job was to STOKE the boilers.

He was illiterate, but won our HEARTS with his STIRLING efforts to improve his READING.

He was sent to COVENTRY by the villains on board, who had brought their ARSENAL of weapons.

They were a rowdy lot and, when drunk, they did in fact WREXHAM furniture.

The voyage made my MOTHERWELL, who had not had a holiday FORFAR too long.

We landed LEYTON in the day on the NORTH END of the island, below where the locals BURY their dead.

We crossed a stream and entered a dense forest where the WANDERERS?? roamed freely.

We PRESTON regardless and eventually met a group of RANGERS?? dressed in LINCOLN green.

After a days journey we caught some black fish in a BLACKPOOL and tried to get milk from a herd of cows, but they objected to having their HUDDERSFIELD (sorry about this one!)

At last we came to our destination, the home of the Hawaiian monarch, the CRYSTAL PALACE.

She greeted us with a friendly _________, but was obviously upset, as her _______________________had been smashed when the WALSALL fell down.

While her NEWCASTLE was being built she had to live in a sumptuous VILLA.

When we found the treasure we put the ________ the ship, determined to put it straight in the ________________ when we got home.

That night we ate some DUNDEE cake and some CHELSEA buns for tea, also some OLDHAM which made us feel ill.

#100817 by Bigal
Thu Jul 02, 2009 9:46 am
The sun shone BRIGHTON the day we set sail for the ORIENT in a ship with a HULL riddled with holes.

We sailed down the river which LEEDS to the sea.

We waved to the fair maiden leaning against the MILL WALL

The CREWE was made up of Scots, Irish and others of the CELTIC race.

The exception was the cabin boy named STANLEY whose job was to STOKE the boilers.

He was illiterate, but won our HEARTS with his STIRLING efforts to improve his READING.

He was sent to COVENTRY by the villains on board, who had brought their ARSENAL of weapons.

They were a rowdy lot and, when drunk, they did in fact WREXHAM furniture.

The voyage made my MOTHERWELL, who had not had a holiday FORFAR too long.

We landed LEYTON in the day on the NORTH END of the island, below where the locals BURY their dead.

We crossed a stream and entered a dense forest where the WOLVES roamed freely.

We PRESTON regardless and eventually met a group of RANGERS dressed in LINCOLN green.

After a days journey we caught some black fish in a BLACKPOOL and tried to get milk from a herd of cows, but they objected to having their HUDDERSFIELD (sorry about this one!)

At last we came to our destination, the home of the Hawaiian monarch, the CRYSTAL PALACE.

She greeted us with a friendly ALLOA, but was obviously upset, as her _______________________had been smashed when the __________ fell down.

While her NEW CASTLE was being built she had to live in a sumptuous VILLA.

When we found the treasure we put the LUTON the ship, determined to put it straight in the CLYDE BANK when we got home.

That night we ate some DUNDEE cake and some CHELSEA buns for tea, also some OLDHAM which made us feel ill.

#100819 by feey
Thu Jul 02, 2009 11:24 am
here is whats left to get in this story. (stanley, North End & Crystal palace were wrong) although Crystal Palace is there somewhere else

The sun shone BRIGHTON the day we set sail for the ORIENT in a ship with a HULL riddled with holes.

We sailed down the river which LEEDS to the sea.

We waved to the fair maiden leaning against the MILL WALL

The CREWE was made up of Scots, Irish and others of the CELTIC race.

The exception was the cabin boy named __________ whose job was to STOKE the boilers.

He was illiterate, but won our HEARTS with his STIRLING efforts to improve his READING.

He was sent to COVENTRY by the villains on board, who had brought their ARSENAL of weapons.

They were a rowdy lot and, when drunk, they did in fact WREXHAM furniture.

The voyage made my MOTHERWELL, who had not had a holiday FORFAR too long.

We landed LEYTON in the day on the ___________ of the island, below where the locals BURY their dead.

We crossed a stream and entered a dense forest where the WOLVES roamed freely.

We PRESTON regardless and eventually met a group of RANGERS dressed in LINCOLN green.

After a days journey we caught some black fish in a BLACKPOOL and tried to get milk from a herd of cows, but they objected to having their HUDDERSFIELD (sorry about this one!)

At last we came to our destination, the home of the Hawaiian monarch, the __________.

She greeted us with a friendly ALLOA, but was obviously upset, as her _______________________had been smashed when the __________ fell down.

While her NEW CASTLE was being built she had to live in a sumptuous VILLA.

When we found the treasure we put the LUTON the ship, determined to put it straight in the CLYDE BANK when we got home.

That night we ate some DUNDEE cake and some CHELSEA buns for tea, also some OLDHAM which made us feel ill.

#100821 by Bigal
Thu Jul 02, 2009 12:37 pm
The sun shone BRIGHTON the day we set sail for the ORIENT in a ship with a HULL riddled with holes.

We sailed down the river which LEEDS to the sea.

We waved to the fair maiden leaning against the MILL WALL

The CREWE was made up of Scots, Irish and others of the CELTIC race.

The exception was the cabin boy named PETER HEAD whose job was to STOKE the boilers.

He was illiterate, but won our HEARTS with his STIRLING efforts to improve his READING.

He was sent to COVENTRY by the villains on board, who had brought their ARSENAL of weapons.

They were a rowdy lot and, when drunk, they did in fact WREXHAM furniture.

The voyage made my MOTHERWELL, who had not had a holiday FORFAR too long.

We landed LEYTON in the day on the SOUTHEND of the island, below where the locals BURY their dead.

We crossed a stream and entered a dense forest where the WOLVES roamed freely.

We PRESTON regardless and eventually met a group of RANGERS dressed in LINCOLN green.

After a days journey we caught some black fish in a BLACKPOOL and tried to get milk from a herd of cows, but they objected to having their HUDDERSFIELD (sorry about this one!)

At last we came to our destination, the home of the Hawaiian monarch, the QUEEN OF THE SOUTH.

She greeted us with a friendly ALLOA, but was obviously upset, as her CRYSTAL PALACE had been smashed when the __________ fell down.

While her NEW CASTLE was being built she had to live in a sumptuous VILLA.

When we found the treasure we put the LUTON the ship, determined to put it straight in the CLYDE BANK when we got home.

That night we ate some DUNDEE cake and some CHELSEA buns for tea, also some OLDHAM which made us feel ill.

#100822 by wildrover
Thu Jul 02, 2009 2:48 pm
Walsall

#100829 by feey
Thu Jul 02, 2009 5:24 pm
wildrover wrote:Walsall


well done on getting the last one wildrover


WALSALL - Walls all (what can I say?)

also

PETER BOROUGH, DON CASTER, BRAD FORD (take your pick) or LEICESTER even