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(Daily Mail)   To make Team GB athletes feel at home during the Olympics, Britain is shipping some very silly stereotypes to Tokyo   ( divider line
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456 clicks; posted to Sports » on 18 Jul 2021 at 6:20 AM (6 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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6 days ago  
Will the Ministry of Silly Walks finally get the credit and recognition they so richly deserve?
6 days ago  
A red telephone box? That was stupid. They should have gone with a blue police box instead. Then they could have put everything else inside that and simply rematerialise it in Tokyo.

At least they did think to include the jelly babies.
6 days ago  
How silly they are shipping horses.  It's not like they're needed to compete in equestrian or anything.
6 days ago  
That is around 40 teabags per person.

Would any one bat an eyelid if the yanks were planning on their athletes and staff to drink up to 40 cups of coffee each for their stay.

Also the beds a designed to collapse with two people in them so the sofas are going to be helpful during the "recreation time"
6 days ago  
40,000 teabags?

I didn't know Peyton Manning was on Team GB.
6 days ago  

The Smails Kid: 40,000 teabags?

I didn't know Peyton Manning was on Team GB.

Green Bay, maybe?
6 days ago  
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6 days ago  
Cocaine and meat pies?
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