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Miserable Welsh People Odd One out Contest Result

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM | Friday 8 July 2016


 


Yesterday I served up pictures of four Welsh folks and asked for the odd one out and - to the suprise of some readers, as you can see HERE, it had nothing to do with sheep. The four pictured taffies were: Cerys Matthews the gorgeous lead singer with the uber-Welsh group Catatonia ( part of the cool Cymru scene of the 1990s), Welsh windbag Neil Kinnock, Welsh soccer star Gareth Bale and David Williams the uber Welsh CEO of Avanti Communications (AVN) who had a rather bad day at the office yesterday and is going to have another shocker today



The answer is to do with recent crashes. Neil Kinnock has just seen his EU gravy train hit the buffers, Gareth Bale has seen his soccer team crash out of Euro 2016, David Williams has seen his share price crash and indeed Avanti is just a total car crash. The odd one out is therefore Cerys who sings abour Road Rage but has suffered no crash at all of late.


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