Sandy Pate Best Stag wrote:Winter warmers, bull roarers and throwing arrows.
Random Hero wrote:That bloke who used to come round the pubs before home matches with a selection of pin badges?!
He had some decent ones... some scheisse too, but always used to have a look and usually bought one!
I heard he did the same at other clubs too when Stags weren't playing.
Sneag wrote:Sandy Pate Best Stag wrote:Winter warmers, bull roarers and throwing arrows.
Jeezus, could you imagine throwing arrows in these H&S obsessed times. Even in 1972 I thoight they were an insane thing to give a child.
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn?
Remember how she said that
We would meet again
Some sunny day?
Bridgford Stag wrote:Spangles (my Uncle Bruno used to bring back from the pit when I visited cousin Henry)....
STAGS FOR LIFE wrote:Bridgford Stag wrote:Spangles (my Uncle Bruno used to bring back from the pit when I visited cousin Henry)....
Spangles was a brand of boiled sweets, manufactured by Mars Ltd in the United Kingdom from 1950 to the early eighties. They were bought in a paper tube with individual sweets cellophane wrapped. ... Spangles were discontinued in the early eighties but made a comeback in 1994 but unfortunately are not manufactured today.