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Between writing about food all day and eating out way too much, we here at HuffPost Taste have just about had it with misspelled food words. And with these words, Mark ‘Sniffer’ Bosnich achieves membership of the exclusive Footballers Forever Associated With Certain Items Of Food Club. There could even have been another, had Fergie revealed the identity of the culprit to blame for ‘Pizzagate’, when a row between himself and Arsene Wenger in 2004 culminated in carb carnage. In 1986, ‘Champagne’ Charlie was arrested outside the Confusion Bar in Ibiza, for an unusual twist on the usual footballers’ fracas. Terry Venables remembers breaking into the Chelsea team as a youngster and playing alongside the legendary Jimmy Greaves. Martin Jol’s Tottenham side of 2005-06 will be remembered for their valiant but ultimately unsuccessful assault on the final Champions League spot. The defeat was blamed squarely upon a lasagna which had been served to the players at the London Marriott in West India Quay, where the players aere staying before the game. David Beckham, as reported here recently, is a lifelong pie and mash fan, and even went to the lengths of taking the Spurs players and backroom staff to lunch at a local emporium during his brief stint training at the north London club. But when it comes to meat-filled be-crusted comestibles, one man is synonymous: chunky Mick Quinn, whose candid autobiography is rhetorically entitled Who Ate All The Pies? The scouse goal-machine once picked up a pie that was thrown at him from the crowd and ate it, to the amusement of all. Paul Gascoigne’s love of the ‘iconic’ chocolate brick was well known, and when he turned out for Spurs against his former club Newcastle United the Toon fans bombarded him with said confectionary. Yet Keano’s comments are trumped by events at Grimsby, where Town’s Ivano Bonetti was supposedly injured when manager Brian Laws threw chicken wings at him. Laws says that Bonetti hurled sandwiches – and a punch – at him, and that he merely retaliated in kind: “I’ve no idea where the chicken leg or wing part of the story came from! The restaurant of choice for footballers seeking a pre-brawl snack, as patronised by Lee Bowyer (pictured here fighting with team-mate Kieran Dyer).
Charlton Athletic keeper Charlie Wright is fondly remembered for his tendency to wander behind his goal and chat with supporters.
Beasant missed two months of the 1993-94 season after knocking over a jar of salad cream which fell onto his foot, causing serious injury.
Eternal spring chicken Gordon Strachan (pictured here with the world’s largest banana split) famously lives on a diet of the curvy peely fruit. Tuesday July 12th, at midnight Pacific time, is the deadline to submit to our fourth Caption Contest! A discussion of life on Mars by emeritus Mars rover driver Scott Maxwell and Mars rover instrument technician Kim Maxwell!
No SDCC pass is required, and locals encouraged to attend! The event is in Little Italy, away from most traffic and parking woes associated with the con.
As you may know, you can order prints of any individual comic strip you like from my TopatoCo store.
Every convention, people ask if I have specific ones, and while I often do, sometimes of course I don’t.

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Our offices are located on a disused Ukrainian warship, the Blarksva ulov, currently drifting off the Antarctic Sea. Sure, everyone spells words incorrectly here and there and we can be as guilty as the next guy. Please, for the love of all things culinary, correct the error of your ways if you find a word here that you spell incorrectly. Scottish holidaymaker Lori McElroy alleged that Nicholas stole a chip from her, and then broke her jaw in the ensuing argument. Anchorman Jim White, presumably assuming his mic was switched off, referred to the Celtic fans’ chorus of The Fields of Athenrye with a reference to the Irish potato famine.

Greavsie was only three years older than Terry, yet he was already a superstar, and would soon move to AC Milan. To make it worse, it was arch-rivals West Ham who ruined their party by beating them 2-1 on the final day. Ten players went down with a mystery illness, assumed to be food poisoning, although the hotel was cleared of any wrongdoing.
He has been known to repeat the story from time to time in the course of his broadcasting duties. It almost put a bit of humour to it, but we felt it was best to leave things be and put things right later on. John Barnes was famously snapped back-heeling a banana thrown at him by the Goodison faithful in 1988.
I had a lot of fun reading all the entries, and it was very hard to choose winners, as is always the way of these things. I’ll be at the TopatoCo booth (#1232) provding Roll-a-Sketches, friendly handshakes, and answers to any questions you may have about life. Easy public transit available via light rail (use the Middletown or Little Italy stops) and by bus (take the 83, 280, or 290). But when it comes to food words, there are a whole slew that people misspell way too often -- and unfortunately we encounter them more than we'd like.
That incident gets brought up quite a lot and people laugh at it now – and I do as well – but at the time it wasn’t very funny or nice to be involved in. But we had a teetotal right-back called Stuart Kennedy who brought in books about the diets of Ivan Lendl and Martina Navratilova. For future reference, the captions were entered on the Wondermark Facebook page, and there were also some in the comments on this post. The words are included in the department's 2011 'Analyst's Desktop Binder' used by workers at their National Operations Center which instructs workers to identify 'media reports that reflect adversely on DHS and response activities'.Department chiefs were forced to release the manual following a House hearing over documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit which revealed how analysts monitor social networks and media organisations for comments that 'reflect adversely' on the government. And that’s good enough for us, so Cesc is hereby inducted, along with his missile of choice.
The first time this happened, Jim explained that he usually stopped for lunch at a cafe, so they went in and Venables – already at the vanguard of modern practices – ordered steamed chicken. However they insisted the practice was aimed not at policing the internet for disparaging remarks about the government and signs of general dissent, but to provide awareness of any potential threats. He was shocked to see Greaves polish off a massive plate of roast beef with Yorkshire pudding, veg, and roast AND mashed potatoes.

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