Neil has been stealing hotel toiletries and using shampoo, but not in the traditional method. He has also been eating the breakfast of legends.
A big week of SWFC news and we skirt over all of it, including the 1-1 Draw against Ipswich Town at home, Fernando Forestieri's goal and him being voted the Owlstalk Man of the Match, the aftermath of the Class of '91 event, David Garrido's shocking penalty and more!
Did Garrido shoot first? How much does he spend on donuts?
Is Alan Shearer boring? Can Neil do an impression of Alan Shearer? Yes and no.
Have player days had their day? We talk about flags and specific days and fans trying to organise fun - does this work? Do people participate? Why are fans groups falling out about it so much? Do the majority of fans even care about gimmicks and being force to enjoy fun? And should we bring safe standing back?
How many 'song' threads are started on Owlstalk and how many of those songs get sung?
We join in the big debate of the week: How often do you use and wash your bath towel? We also cover the thread on Owlstalk.co.uk discussing breakfast cereals.
Games (read: Neil shoehorning in silly rhymes as the title of the same old game each week) this week include: 'Phil King's Funny Things', 'Big Ron: Where's He Gone?', 'Gary Hooper or Tommy Cooper?' and 'Lucas Joao's Painful Ows!
We also give Owlstalkers the chance to play along with Jack Stobbs' Embarrassing Knobs.'
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About Owlstalk The Sheffield Wednesday Fans Podcast:
Every day thousands of Sheffield Wednesday fans come together to discuss all things about the Owls, and then more random subjects.
As the biggest, busiest and best SWFC forum with many different diverse viewpoints there is always plenty to talk about, and that is what we try to do in the Owlstalk: The Sheffield Wednesday Fans Podcast!
Sometimes we have to put the football to one side and talk about the people that make our club and community what it is: the fans.
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