Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by barney, Jan 17, 2014.
We are are going too! Where did you get tickets?????
Time to prove that we are not only America's Team but also the World's Team
Jezz..... Barney wrote in the title WEMBLEY, what did you think he was talking about?
Not whilst they're playing offence or defence.
His original thread title was:
I posted this to clarify what he was talking about:
Then this was posted which confirms that the original thread title was confusing:
Wembley is easily the most famous stadium in the English-speaking world, probably the world period. I'm sort of surprised this caused that much confusion...
Ok, so if someone puts Wembley in the thread title, in the manner he used it, we're supposed to automatically know that he's asking if anyone else has bought tickets to the Cowboys game there and if so, where they are sitting?
You have better comprehension skills than the rest of us...and I applaud you for it.
No offense intended to the OP. I really hope he and the rest who are going to the game, represent Cowboys fans well.
I got you OP don't mind these lot. Section 130 lower end zone. Hoping Romo's spine holds up becuase seeing Orton loose to the Jags would kill me.
Where did you get the tickets?
You guys must have money to leave your jobs, fly out to the UK for a football game.
Maybe. But for the world, I say this...
Or we could live in UK/Ireland.
Wembley is more famous than that place
Not here in the US. Or outside the UK.
My bad. I posted the wrong link. I was thinking of the Roman Colosseum.
Was gonna say you picked the wrong Roman stadium
This is more like it and has to be the most famous venue of them all. To see it in person is even better, I got some weird/cool vibes there.
Ya, anyone in the world sees that image, they know exactly where it is.
So famous that you mistook it for something else!
Just teasing. Of course that place is more famous.
As far as stadiums that are in use today, Wembley is the most famous of em all
I googled Ancient stadiums and the other image came up. I forgot this was a colosseum. Not a stadium.