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How to Watch the World Cup on TV

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Here are the rules:

** watch the major matches with your friends

** take it in turns to host the "watching" in your own home on a rota basis

** cook a meal from the two sides you are watching viz: on Friday there are two games South Africa v Mexico and Uruguay v France - so you would find a recipe from either South Africa or Uruguay for starters and a main course from Mexico or France. You would check to see who the referee was and then go in search on the day for alcohol from his country. It can be quite a challenge but a lot of fun.



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