After last night’s dramatic recoupling, this evening’s episode focussed purely on the drama. Continue reading “Plus ça Change, amour île”
I read the Racing Post on Saturday, ahead of the Champions League final and there was a point about tonight’s game. All the pundits bar one advocated for England, but hopefully Holland can bring out some Cruyff magic and the game shall be more entertaining than the CL final.
What an atrocious waste of time tonight’s episode of Love Island was.
“It is only shallow people who do not judge by appearances. The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible….” Oscar Wilde
I pledged this year I wouldn’t watch love island. Last year I watched it for the first time curiously, fervently downloading episodes on my phone to watch on the train journey to work and feverishly discussing the events w my bestie.
This year I had no excuse nor intention to watch it.
But when a mate invited me round and told me to come just before 9 it clicked. The new season of Love Island would begin tonight, and suddenly I felt excited. I bought the milk I promised him, then called an Uber to arrive on time.
With a massive spliff and cups of tea, we sat mesmerised, watching the beautiful people, surrounded by their mundane day jobs rip off their clothes, ready for a summer of randy exploits.
As somebody who enjoys betting, has an interest in the royal family, and has a lot of time on their hands currently, I have dedicated an extortionate amount of time considering, and placing bets on the name of the forthcoming royal baby.
Accumulators are the creme de la creme of football betting. Nobody wins an accumulator without bragging about it. Often even if one selection is wrong, they’ll brag.
It is an illustration of that supreme individual’s knowledge and prescience to win an acca. Through their insight and wise decision making they have profited.
I created a new account w ToteSport.
I was seduced by their bet £10 get £10 free offer. I found their website so ungodly hard to navigate that I just ended up backing Enable at Longchamp, the horse expected by all to win. Their price was slightly better than evens, (the price being offered everywhere else seemingly).
Michael Oliver referees the first premier league after the international break and England’s dismal friendlies. I’m very excited and shall definitely be watching the game, and rooting for Liverpool to continue their winning streak – I have a tenner on them to go unbeaten this season in the prem at 90/1 w Sky Bet (this was only 50/1 w Paddys).
I won an enhanced treble yesterday, three pretty safe options. I also did a ninefold acca where only one teams let me down, bloody Monaco. Merde.
I’m very excited about the season beginning again, I’m already checking into the markets. Continue reading “Pre season bets”