THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

7 October ~ This badge from Algeria is a warning, a warning that there are certain elements that should never be mixed. One thinks immediately of pasta and salad cream, old friends and work friends, Dizzee Rascal and James Corden. In this case, we are shown the dangers of combining electricity with water. The subject here has, as part of their evening routine, and for reasons that are unclear, left an electric guitar in the bath. This is very dangerous as the lead has been left dangling across the floor and someone could trip over this and bang their head on the tiles. This person hasn't got the sense they were born with. Read more

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