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Monday, 29 February 2016 13:09

Talking about Fernando Forestieri's Tight Pants in the latest OWLSTALK: Sheffield Wednesday podcast!

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Like a Fernando Forestieri red card, this week's Owlstalk podcast for Sheffield Wednesday fans largely amounts to something about nothing...

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So, yes, we couldn't go by this week without talking about that second-yellow-red-card for SWFC's Fernando Forestieri, which opens up a debate over whether online petitions work or are worth it, and we look at a very formal letter of complaint written to the FA by an Owlstalker.

Also, Neil has squeaky bowel movements as well as a squeaky chair. And it gets hot in the Owlstalk HQ kitchen, where Neil is breaking things.

After last week's discussion about pants, Neil uncovers the Tight Pants song which has been haunting James for the last few weeks.

We also discuss Owstalk fundraising, including the time we all raised over £10,000 for charity in a day and a current auction of a Chris Waddle picture in aid of Cavendish Cancer Care.

Plus, Owls fan Furious George has returned in a comical thread making fun of Tas with potatoes and we talk about the Album Club i the music section of the site.

And of course we again revisit the ever-popular Steve's updates thread...

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