I wasn't aware it was made by someone on here, it was copied and pasted to give the idea of what it would like with the text and 5 cups, any cups would of done, I have changed it now as i dont know how to thank the bloke for his or her, might be a girl, work, quality work at that
We play them at Anfield after the final again.
I want to do something along the lines of'Unlike most, my bird hates plastic!' I'll have a picture of the Liverbird either side of that. What do people think?
Complete with the Shankly gates.What a load of thick bastards.
YOU WERE SILENT FOR 50 YEARS, WOULD ONE MORE MINUTE HAVE BEEN TOO MUCH TO ASK?
Frankly if your team is mentioned in a Liverpool song, you should be chuffed
from the rattel..YOU WERE SILENT FOR 50 YEARS, WOULD ONE MORE MINUTE HAVE BEEN TOO MUCH TO ASK?brilliant.
Credit to kitster for the cup stencils
Brilliant, I made a mock up...
The "Silent" banner says what we all feel.
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Not saying my ex girlfriend was a slag but even the label in her knickers said next.
what the fuck is it with that flask,
That's "mate", the infusion Luis, Maxi and the other south americans use to drink. It's for what Suarez uses his famous "flask"
"Mate (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmate], Portuguese pronunciation: ['matʃi]), also known as chimarrão (Portuguese: [ʃimaˈxɐ̃w̃]) or cimarrón, is a traditional South American infused drink, particularly in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, southern states of Brazil, south of Chile, the Bolivian Chaco, and to some extent, Syria and Lebanon. It is prepared from steeping dried leaves of yerba mate (llex paraguariensis, known in Portuguese as erva mate) in hot water.Mate is served with a metal straw from a shared hollow calabash gourd. The straw is called a bombilla in some Latin American countries, a bomba in Portuguese, and a bombija or, more generally, a masassa (type of straw) in Arabic. The straw is traditionally made of silver. Modern, commercially available straws are typically made of nickel silver, called Alpaca; stainless steel, or hollow-stemmed cane. The gourd is known as a mate or a guampa; while in Brazil, it has the specific name of cuia. Even if the water is supplied from a modern thermos, the infusion is traditionally drunk from mates or cuias."
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