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Re: Quins supporter - Early leaver
Posted by: konarob
Date: 04/12/2017 20:03
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Hey Wyddy, how you doing petal? I guess what I mean is that its always rush rush rush and on to the next thing these days. If you have made the effort then surely you should enjoy the full experience and plan accordingly instead of Saturday-Rugby_Tick all the time?

Ok.

Given Twickenham is baby central you�ll forgive those of us with young kids and two working parents for whom �rush rush rush� is life. Patronising so and so.

Hear, hear.

I come from the other side of Guildford down the A3 in Hampshire, it takes us anywhere between 50 minutes and 2 hours to get to the Stoop depending on traffic on gaseous roads but mainly the dreaded London orbital car park. I take my daughter to rugby training on a Sunday morning this week we also had the school Christmas fair between playing rugby and watching it. I often arrive 5 or 10 minutes until the game yesterday was 20, but that's the best I could d do with the commitments I already had. I was lucky to be able to get there at all. My life is a constant rush (or stuck on the M25 (probably why the rest of it is such a rush)) with 2 children and various other commitments. I dearly wish I could easily devote an entire Saturday to coming t to the rugby, few metres and a bit of lunch beforehand and another few after wound be lovely but my life isn't like that. I do however like to attend as many games as I can for as long as I can, my money my choice (and I try to wait for a break in play and not disturb others)

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