Shrek, you're turning into a troll.
Y thank you, koal4e--a person after me own heart.To be honest JD I like Knitemplars enthusiasm.
Definately too seriously, its about having fun and getting behind your nations athletes.Y thank you, koal4e--a person after me own heart.
People here take things like the O's too seriously. Too reverentially as a matter of fact; even Greeks I know think the old Games were nothing but a period of hijinks!
Do note the 'source' through: it came from a 'committee source' talking to the Daily Mirror. I'd take this with a pinch of salt until it is officially confirmed by London 2012, as Paul McCartney has been for the Opening Ceremony...Take That and George Michael to play closing ceremony.
I do worry about him these days, you never know what you might get when he shows up!George Micheal could be car crash viewing....
Only until LA 1984. After that, starting with Calgary 1988, the flag exchange happens at the Closing Ceremony.The Olympic Flag made its debut at the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp, Belgium. At the end of each Olympic Games, the mayor of that host-city presents the flag to the mayor of the next host-city. It then rests at the town hall of the next host-city for four years until the Opening Ceremony of their Olympic Games.
George Michael, Elton John, Boy George and Will Young singing 'it's raining men'.George Micheal could be car crash viewing....
Why don't you just **** off you tedious dullard?George Michael, Elton John, Boy George and Will Young singing 'it's raining men'.
+1Oh, lighten up! Life is too short to be such a grinch, jd!!
There's that milk'o'kindness thing again!Why don't you just **** off you tedious dullard?