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Tips for the Grand National on Saturday

Ian182 Avatar
9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
I think I will be going for...

Joes Edge - To win
Simon - E/W
Liberthine - E/W

Anyone else got any tips? :geek:
Ian182 Avatar
9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
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#1
my tip...don't bet, you wont lose!
#2
don't eat yellow snow !!
#3
Don't buy expensive 'ribbed' condoms, just buy an ordinary one and slip a handful of frozen peas inside it before you put it on.
#4
and my favourite...Thicken up runny low-fat yoghurt by stirring in a spoonful of lard.
#5
don't pee in the wind
#6
WORD OF WARNING - Whatever you do, don't ever take Laxatives and Sleeping Tablets at the same time!!!!!

I Thank You please!!!!

x
#7
Take your dustbin to the supermarket with you so that you can see which items you have recently run out of !!
#8
PEOPLE whose surname is Toblerone should always take along an empty 'Toblerone' chocolate box when attending interviews for office jobs. This would save your potential employer the expense of having to make a name plaque for your desk, and therefore increase your chances of getting the job.

Sorry had to put this in, had me nearly PMSL
#9
gutted my 1st deleted post, too offensive?????????
#10
Ian182
I think I will be going for...

Joes Edge - To win
Simon - E/W
Liberthine - E/W

Anyone else got any tips? :geek:

Keeping on topic....

1st Dun Doire

2nd Bothar Na

3rd Joes Edge

4th Thisthatandtother

5th Point Barrow

6th Slim Pickings
#11
LoL but seriously

L'Ami and McCoy must be the unluckiest combination for any Grand National avoid at all costs
1 Like #12
Seriously again, why do people feel the need to hijack threads like this? Have you got sod all better to do than answer with crap replies? If you have nothing constructive to say to the current thread, shut up and leave it alone. Even better, start your own thread on mindless rubbish.

Oh, and any good tips on the GRAND NATIONAL, feel free to throw your knowledge this way :thumbsup:
#13
mrtootough
Take your dustbin to the supermarket with you so that you can see which items you have recently run out of !!


I for one laughed out loud at these comments keep em coming! (a touch of viz about them)
btw dullard above remember what part of the forum youre in "mm and random nonsense"
Or secondly look on the hot deals forum for a "sense of humour" you really should purchase one!
#14
i usually back a johnston horse, him and R.Ffrench are my dream team - well, apart from when i needed them the most lol.
#15
stuartgeary
I for one laughed out loud at these comments keep em coming! (a touch of viz about them)
btw dullard above remember what part of the forum youre in "mm and random nonsense"
Or secondly look on the hot deals forum for a "sense of humour" you really should purchase one!


If that was directed at me then i assure you i have a sense of humour. I watch Red Dwarf and love it lol. But regardless of what section we were in, the guy asked a question (in the right area i may add) and probably was a legitimate question, so didn't want half-wits answering with rubbish. THOSE kind of responses are best left for their own threads if you've nothing better to do.

Oh and by the way, if people are going to jump in with random attempts at being funny. try pick something that we haven't heard a thousand times before. Just my "unfunny and totally not so humorous opinion" :whistling: seeing as it's the misc forum.
1 Like #16
Reddwarfposse5
If that was directed at me then i assure you i have a sense of humour. I watch Red Dwarf and love it lol. .

And you still live with your parents, right? Smeeeeeeg Heeeeeaaadddd
#17
stuartgeary
And you still live with your parents, right? Smeeeeeeg Heeeeeaaadddd


Haha, good to see someone else with a sense of humour lol.
#18
oh dear......

the forum police are about
#19
Im having two bets on for Bother Na to win and an E/W on Naunton Brook
#20
stuartgeary
And you still live with your parents, right? Smeeeeeeg Heeeeeaaadddd


love it :thumbsup: haha
#21
Reddwarfposse5
Seriously again, why do people feel the need to hijack threads like this? Have you got sod all better to do than answer with crap replies? If you have nothing constructive to say to the current thread, shut up and leave it alone. Even better, start your own thread on mindless rubbish.

Oh, and any good tips on the GRAND NATIONAL, feel free to throw your knowledge this way :thumbsup:


Yes, I had sod all better to do, so I hijacked the thread, but up until now, your the only one who seems annoyed. Maybe your surname is "Toblerone" ??
Is designed to raise a chuckle for those with a sense of humour.

Good tip for you for the grand national would be "Idle Talk"
[admin]#22
I have some money in my coral account but i know bug_ger all about horseracing- I've got a tenner to spend... any tips... in simple terms too please :giggle:
#23
[SIZE=2]billyvodden is worth an e/w[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]clan royal e/w[/SIZE]
#24
These are my E/W bets (kind of lol... Betfair, so 1/2 to win, 1/2 to place)

Point Barrow
McKelvey

My other half's:

Hedgehunter
Joe's Edge
#25
mrtootough
Yes, I had sod all better to do, so I hijacked the thread, but up until now, your the only one who seems annoyed. Maybe your surname is "Toblerone" ??
Is designed to raise a chuckle for those with a sense of humour.

Good tip for you for the grand national would be "Idle Talk"


Good tip for you would be to grow up and stop playing with your wrestling dolls :whistling:
#26
Monkerhaustin however you spell it :)
#27
£13 win Joes Edge
£10 win Point Barrow
£3 win Dun Doire

£1.50 e/w ...
Hedgehunter
Numbersixvalverde
Idle Talk
McKelvey

My money says that one of the top three will win, and the places will be filled with the others. If I win a tenner, I break even. I think I can manage a £10 win with that lot LOL
No matter what happens, it's the cheapest Aintree i've ever had.
1 Like #28
Reddwarfposse5
Good tip for you would be to grow up and stop playing with your wrestling dolls :whistling:


sure thing Mr Toblerone - did Kryton come up with that one for you ?

I'll provide the Miscellaneous Musings, you keep on supplying the nonsense. :thumbsup:
1 Like #29
mrtootough
sure thing Mr Toblerone - did Kryton come up with that one for you ?

I'll provide the Miscellaneous Musings, you keep on supplying the nonsense. :thumbsup:


oh stop it it hurts :giggle:

keep up the good work
#30
Why do people object on what people find amusing? Surely it beats talking serious all the time. Maybe we should start a topic on politics! But then i would deffo wet my self laughing!!
#31
mrtootough
sure thing Mr Toblerone - did Kryton come up with that one for you ?

I'll provide the Miscellaneous Musings, you keep on supplying the nonsense. :thumbsup:


I will say one thing, it's pleasant getting retorts from people who can actually spell. It does make a change lol.

One thing though, have you got a thing for Toblerone? That's several comments now. Maybe you need to broaden your chocolate highlights???
#32
Well I for one found the posts very amusing. Chill out!
#33
are we talking gambling, ok what are the odds this gets locked before the grand national takes off? I have no horse tips as I normally pick the 3 legged donkey, who falls at the gate.
#34
fireheaven
Well I for one found the posts very amusing. Chill out!


Look, i'm no killjoy, but it does get a bit annoying when you go to give someone advice, or look for a deal, to find some stupid comments you have to read through just to get to the point. I've given loads of advice on here, and provided loads of deals but i don't always want to read through nonsense for pages to have to help someone out. Neither i would think, would people posting messages asking for advice or help. Maybe just my opinion but hey, what do i know? Fun comments are fine, but keep them to a separate thread away from people needing advice.
#35
i've read about 5 useful posts on this thread, and 2 pages of ****, can the immature little children who want to have a laugh go elsewhere?


thanks for the tips, will be betting in the morning i think.
#36
morales
i've read about 5 useful posts on this thread, and 2 pages of ****, can the immature little children who want to have a laugh go elsewhere?


thanks for the tips, will be betting in the morning i think.


My point exactly and i'm bowing out now. But hopefully, as per original post, i will hear about a few decent tips, which i'm sure others will appreciate too.
#37
is there really such thing as a tip for the national???? for goodness sakes chill and get a sense of humour by pass.
On topic, just pick an each way out of the top 5 or 6 most fancied (but not the fav) around the 16-1 mark. thats about the price that normally wins it.

But thanks for bowing out anyway ( even though if you true to your word you wont even read this)
#38
Reddwarfposse5
I will say one thing, it's pleasant getting retorts from people who can actually spell. It does make a change lol.

One thing though, have you got a thing for Toblerone? That's several comments now. Maybe you need to broaden your chocolate highlights???


Thanks for the compliment on my spelling. :thumbsup: If you read my original tips you will see why I keep mentioning Toblerone. Be careful though, a sense of humour is required.
#39
there are too many horses to consider
i've not made a firm decision, i will bet on
Joes Edge (fave)
Hedgehunter
Monkerhostin (E/W)
Billyvoddan (E/W)
Numbersixvalverde (E/W)
Graphic Approach (E/W) - big longshot, tip from ladbrokes employee.
#40
Muwolves
is there really such thing as a tip for the national???? for goodness sakes chill and get a sense of humour by pass.
On topic, just pick an each way out of the top 5 or 6 most fancied (but not the fav) around the 16-1 mark. thats about the price that normally wins it.

But thanks for bowing out anyway ( even though if you true to your word you wont even read this)


Ok maybe i won't bow out, i'm quite enjoying this. Amazing how so many people get wound up easily. And by the way, if i had a humour by pass, wouldn't that mean i'd have no humour :whistling:

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