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mufasa34

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Yeah, um, hi. I'm new, guessing you could figure that out. I've been a lurker for a while.

I'm from Northampton in England, it's not as wet as you would all seem to think. Our dental system is also pretty good. Outside of the NFL I'm a massive Rugby Union and F1 fan. I'm 18, so I'm legally allowed to post drunk, which seems to be the norm in the main Panthers forum, and umm, yeah, that's about it.

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Lots of Brits on here now... I see they're picking the correct team to cheer for. Welcome... :thumbsup:

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Yeah, um, hi. I'm new, guessing you could figure that out. I've been a lurker for a while.

I'm from Northampton in England, it's not as wet as you would all seem to think. Our dental system is also pretty good. Outside of the NFL I'm a massive Rugby Union and F1 fan. I'm 18, so I'm legally allowed to post drunk, which seems to be the norm in the main Panthers forum, and umm, yeah, that's about it.

How popular is the NFL in England?

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