Sunday, 22 April 2012

The QPRTwitFam

So we have the Flag, we have the T-Shirts, now we need the blog page.   A few people suggested we try and get 1 place to list all the QPRTwitFam, so thought would start it here.   Up to you if you want to add a pic, or list your own blogs, or maybe a twitter name and a one-liner about yourself, feel free.   If you add it to the comment below I can upload here onto the main page!
Means on a FF I can do one shoutout to you all too :)
A few people asking why I haven't automatically added those that I know, but I felt it should be an opt in rather than opt out kinda thing, those with locked accounts etc, may not want the exposure - hope that makes sense :)

in my Marc Bircham shirt :)



So I guess I should start!  Although I think you already know enough about me! @annieqpr






and thank you to @BestOfBritain "English born...American raised...QPR fanatic 16

and welcome to @elmodedude and her fabulous blog about our beloved QPR qprgirl

announcing  @qprterry Also known as the "The Bigman" amongst friends, season ticket holder in the upper loft KU. You r'sssssssssssssssss

@bigrobbok


and the lovely @bigrobbok  Born in West London and now bred in West Sussex but still a full time Ranger and a member of the Qprtwitfam.




the invaluable to me blog-fixer @jacintropatricio and the one who made my lovely blog banner :)

and here is @QPR4good the lovely Al

@madbouncydogs - Nigel - Over 21. Exiled in Lancashire, originally from Willesden NW10. First game at home to Coventry 1979. 5-1 win. Clive Allen's debut and he scored a hat trick. Also a first game for my long suffering friend @fred_hoops who will no doubt post here later once I tell him too :)

@Rob3768 Long suffering QPR fan since I was four. First game in 1973 against Ipswich. I Was lucky enough to see 'The Legends' in every home game in the '75-76 Season'. I was expecting it every year after that! Oh, how naive I was as an 8 year old.  Work commitments stop me seeing the R's as much as I'd like, but the #QPRTwitfam has made me feel closer to the club and part of the QPR family. <---love that!



The infamous dynamo that is our @LornaSuperhoops currently training for her charity Moonwalk in aid of Cancer, you can support our Lorna here!





@Firstitgiveth Cameron, 19, Uni student, originally from Mile End, East London and now live in Portsmouth / South Essex. Go to as many home and away games as I can get to. My dad took me to my first Rangers game back in 1997 when I was 5, it was against Nottingham Forest, and that's all I can remember about it. U R'sss

and a local tweeter to me now @Andymack Glory hunter, first QPR game was the '82 cup final. And its been non stop success ever since. Don't get to as many games as I'd like (Work,money,family etc) . More R's than people think in St Albans



Introducing the lovely Underscore himself, and creator of the QPRTwitFam flag @Ben_Farrow, and his lovely, long-suffering other half) *jokes* @lilmissmyers  My other half says Ben looks like a better looking Gavin Henson :)

The QPRTwitFam Flag
@jamieQPR here. London bred but I've been exiled in New York for the last 12 years. 15 year season ticket holder before that. I dont think I've missed listening to more than 3 matches via QPR World in that period. It's a disease. I'm very proud that I have bred 3 QPR monsters, one being @BestOfBritain, who are fanatics even though we live in NY
WE R QPR








24 comments:

  1. @Best0fBritain

    English born...American raised...QPR fanatic

    16

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  2. @madbouncydogs - Nigel - Over 21. Exiled in Lancashire, originally from Willesden NW10. First game at home to Coventry 1979. 5-1 win. Clive Allen's debut and he scored a hat trick. Also a first game for my long suffering friend @fred_hoops who will no doubt post here later once I tell him too :)

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  3. Cheers for this, will put on right now for you :) Email pic if you want it added x

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  4. @Rob3768
    Long suffering QPR fan since I was four. First game in 1973 against Ipswich. I Was lucky enough to see 'The Legends' in every home game in the '75-76 Season'. I was expecting it every year after that! Oh, how naive I was as an 8 year old.
    Work commitments stop me seeing the R's as much as I'd like, but the #QPRTwitfam has made me feel closer to the club and part of the QPR family.

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  5. Will add it in now thank you :) x

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  6. @Firstitgiveth Cameron, 19, Uni student originaly from Mile End, East London and now live in Portsmouth / South Essex. Go to as many home and away games as I can get to. My dad took me to my first Rangers game back in 1997 when I was 5, it was against Nottinahm Forest and thats all I can remember about it. U R'sss

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  7. Cheers Cameron, going to add now, even if you do make me feel ancient haha ;)

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  8. I'll add anyone who wants to be added, just didn't think I could just blindly list everyone I knew, in case they didn't want to be on it? That you Mr Eggins?

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  9. @AndyMack - Glory hunter,first QPR game was the '82 cup final. And its been non stop success ever since. Don't get to as many games as I'd like (Work,money,family etc) . More R's than people think in St Albans

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  11. @jamieQPR here. London bred but I've been exiled in New York for the last 12 years. 15 year season ticket holder before that. I dont think I've missed listening to more than 3 matches via QPR World in that period. It's a disease. I'm very proud that I have bred 3 QPR monsters, one being @BestOfBritain, who are fanatics even though we live in NY

    WE R QPR

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  12. @mattt_heath West London Born Qpr Supporter

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