Discussion in 'This Site' started by Meister, Aug 17, 2011.
This one is particularly fiendish.
The baby is playing with a blue rattle which would indicate it is a boy. Posh have a player call Boyd.
David Seaman used to play for Posh, without Seaman you can't make kids.
It's Darren Ferguson.
Barry Fry is always known to spit his dummy out and throw his toys out of the pram.
Kiddicare is the largest retailer of children's toys and accessories on line in Britain. It is also home to the only Kiddicare store in Britain.
He aint heavy he's my 'boro.
No no no
Mike Tyson is a fmaous Peterborough United fan, who was in the Hangover where a baby was found in the closet.
Your answers are becoming more cryptic than the picture.
Is Peterborough the only place in the championship that you can buy football rattles?
Its a picture of a Baby with redHair holding a tennis raquet.
Hence it's a scary sporty ginger baby. The only one missing is Posh.
How on earth is a ginger baby scary?
I agree it is soulless but not that scary. Very fiendish Meister.
Look into those eyes and then at that nasty smirk with one side of the mouth raised higher than the other.
If that doesn't scare you just think of baby goo, that's nasty.
I agree with you on the secong point :biggrin:
I would have never got that in a million years.
Charles Darwin, people from MIddlesborough are evolutionary throwbacks.
Isn't the art museum named after Darwin or something?
It is Darwin and they are throwbacks, but that is not the intended link.
Was Darwin a spice girl?
Was in a film with Russell Crowe (Master and Commander played by Paul Bettany)
In 1899 Middlesbrough fc joined the Football League. The club they replaced in the Football League were Darwen fc.
Darwen is pretty damn close to Darwin.
Happy coincidence, but not the link I'm looking for.
No.. no.. that was too closed for it not to be the link!
Arguably your link was better, but not the intended one I'm afraid.
Garmin sponsored Boro a couple of years ago, they are a satellite and navigation company, HMS Beagle extensivly on board Marine chronometers . designed by John Harrison , these instruments were sucessfull in the Beagles passage around the world by Darwin.
Far too inteligent for me
Ok , Darwin popped into Middlesborough to re-fuel , he had time to watch a game of association football , after the game a local came up to him and asked how the 'boro got on.
" darwin sir "
" yes , but you can call me Charles"
Darwin was from Middlesbrough.....that would be John Darwin who faked his death a few years back
No and no
Wasn't Darwins grandson a big name in the steel industry in Middlesborough?
Possibly but not the answer
second son, Christopher, was an artist and joined his cousin, Sir Robin, at the Royal College of Art.
The family of Sir Horace is given in Pedigree No. 19. His eldest child and only son, Erasmus, was educated at Marlborough and Trinity College, Cambridge, taking the mathematical tripos. After training in Manchester, he joined his father's firm as a director and then became Secretary to Bocklow, Vaughan of Middlesborough. He joined the Green Howards as a territorial at the outbreak of war and was killed at Ypres in 1915. He was unmarried. There is a brief notice of him at the beginning of the first volume of Emma Darwin, 1915.
Youre not really on the money here.
Darwin - on £10 note. Andrew Bailey - chief cashier of bank of england - signs said note. Nicky Bailey?