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Meet the Family - LI Bohemian


By Griff
July 27 2016

Meet the family

Twenty questions to a 'Usual Suspect'

LI Bohemian

Real Name  
Location Bicester Oxon.
Occupation Electrician
Favourite:

Movie(s) Brazil, Diva,Frank,Full Metal Jacket, City of God, Life of Brian, The Shining, let the right one in,Toy Story, animal house, Godfather 1&2
TV Programme(s) Dr Who, Sherlock, The Office (US),any sports apart from the Geegees? For some reason.
Book(s) small gods, the kite runner, the long dark tea tray of the soul, life of Pi
Music only two types of music, Good and Bad, and I'm somewhere in the middle.
Radio Station(s) BBC 4, BBC 6
Food(s) grilled hare, Cream Spinach, with sautéed potato
Drinks(s) tea
Place(s) to visit Dublin, New York
How long supporting LI? March 2006
Best ever LI game (Excluding 2002 cup final) my first at Madstad LI v Sale Sharks 2006 Paddy's day that's when the Love affair began
Favourite LI experience off pitch (Excluding 2002 cup final) people in a Sydney harbour bar shouting Iorissh, Iorissh, at me because I was wearing Mr Kinane's old LI shirt
How did you start supporting LI? Originally to give up playing rugby, (always ended up playing when I went to watch) I decided to support a local pro team, and after going to wasps at Wycombe, then Saints, I went to the LI game mentioned above, we actually lost but we were running the ball from our 22 and throwing it about as God had intended, and to top it off a shin dig after with funny, decent, like minded people. I knew this was my club.
What are your non-rugby pastimes? reading, music and Disco dancing
Not not percentage? 98% mum was born in West Ham, great grans name was O'rouke, tenuous I would say
Most likely to say? something sarcastic and unoriginal
Least likely to say? something clever and original
Tell us something about you we don't know. grand father was a Red Indian, had a tribe and everything, got paid by the USA for being a Red Indian.

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