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Nils was in a soccer changing

Eddie Mair | 10:23 UK time, Wednesday, 11 July 2007

room in Chicago last night. We asked for pictures. This is what we got:
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Comments

  1. At 10:44 AM on 11 Jul 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    Oh Eddie, how disappointing! And there we all were, hoping for a few naughty bits from the boys, for the girls (of course!)

    Can you debrief Nils for us?

  2. At 11:23 AM on 11 Jul 2007, Simon Worrall wrote:

    BigSis;
    This might be a first. Naughty step, now.

    Wanting to de-brief Nils, indeed. Everyone knows he doesn't wear briefs, he's a thong man. Or is that Evan Davies?

    The car park barbies remind me of the good old days at Twickers, when there was so much smoke rising from the barbies in the car park that anyone outside might have been tempted to call the fire brigade. I wonder if that still goes on in these days of corporate hostility (deliberate misprint).

    Si.

  3. At 02:57 PM on 11 Jul 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    Si: I've 'done' the naughty step before. It holds no horrors for me. But, in this case, I'll insist Eddie shares it with me as he was the one who raised my expectations ....

  4. At 03:17 PM on 11 Jul 2007, Simon Worrall wrote:

    Sis;
    Careful, you'll make Appy jealous.

    Si.

  5. At 05:31 PM on 11 Jul 2007, Julie Gross wrote:

    What a missed opportunity that was in the Chicago soccer club changing room. We could at least have had a radio picture if not one on the blog for the ladies

  6. At 10:23 PM on 11 Jul 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    He raised your what Sis? Si's right -- I'm very envious indeed!

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