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9 hours ago, Earl Hood said:

You lucky bastard!!!

Try telling that to the kids of today and they won't believe yer.

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25 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

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Is that Special Robert …………………… or maybe Squirrel 

 

BTW Ethan, I must say, you look very masculine and decisive in that self pic.

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4 hours ago, hemingway said:

The lower castes are rising Uncle, beware. Lock the gates and stay inside. 

You may be sure I'll let the nice looking peasant sheilas in before locking the gates Ernie.

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

You may be sure I'll let the nice looking peasant sheilas in before locking the gates Ernie.

Didn’t think they’d be allowed in the lodge

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10 hours ago, Neil Crompton said:

Didn’t think they’d be allowed in the lodge

They have their uses.

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No recent banana stories from the usual suspects?  Just to keep this thread from attrifying! If that is an actual word? 

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19 minutes ago, Earl Hood said:

No recent banana stories from the usual suspects?  Just to keep this thread from attrifying! If that is an actual word? 

Am off to NZ this week to look at their banana crops. Will report back soon. Hope they are not all black.

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3 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Am off to NZ this week to look at their banana crops. Will report back soon. Hope they are not all black.

Not Panama disease there as well? 

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Cadbury family size blocks reducing in size

Vegemite coming out with a gluten free version 

Polly Waffles making a re-entry splash down into the market - if you’ll pardon the pun

What is the world of fine dining coming to?

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9 hours ago, bjDee said:

Cadbury family size blocks reducing in size

Vegemite coming out with a gluten free version 

Polly Waffles making a re-entry splash down into the market - if you’ll pardon the pun

What is the world of fine dining coming to?

No change to the cuisine at The Manor

I'm currently enjoying a hearty breakfast of pancakes bacon and hash browns.

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7 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

No change to the cuisine at The Manor

I'm currently enjoying a hearty breakfast of pancakes bacon and hash browns.

Assume Uncle you are on your 5/2 diet with tomorrow a fasting day. 

Only way to explain your svelte head and face.  I assume the rest of your body is similarly splendid.

Don't forget your make-up, lippy and dog collar on the way out. 

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12 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

No change to the cuisine at The Manor

I'm currently enjoying a hearty breakfast of pancakes bacon and hash browns.

Did you put some of this sauce on top, Uncle?

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Many aspects of human sexuality are very puzzling. Take celibacy. This can be a choice in life or a condition imposed by environmental factors. While attending a Marriage Encounter Weekend, Tom and Mary listen to the instructor declare, "It is essential that husbands and wives know the things that are important to each other." He addresses the men: “Can you each name and describe your wife’s favourite flower?” Tom leans over, touches Mary’s arm gently and whispers, “Self-raising, isn’t it?” Thus begins Tom’s life of celibacy.

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Bloody Blues just picked up $15m from Canberra to improve Ikon Park because of women’s competition.

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2 hours ago, Redleg said:

Bloody Blues just picked up $15m from Canberra to improve Ikon Park because of women’s competition.

No point giving us money Mr Leg we have nowhere to spend it.

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On ‎2‎/‎8‎/‎2019 at 2:58 PM, hemingway said:

Assume Uncle you are on your 5/2 diet with tomorrow a fasting day. 

Only way to explain your svelte head and face.  I assume the rest of your body is similarly splendid.

Don't forget your make-up, lippy and dog collar on the way out. 

I get quite quivery when you say such nice things about me Ernie.

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11 hours ago, old dee said:

No point giving us money Mr Leg we have nowhere to spend it.

I suppose we could plant a rose garden at Gosch's Paddock od. 

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36 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I suppose we could plant a rose garden at Gosch's Paddock od. 

Not sure that would fit a 21st century "green" community Bbo. There would probably be protests about it  not being native to the area and reducing the ability of people to walk their dogs.

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8 hours ago, old dee said:

Not sure that would fit a 21st century "green" community Bbo. There would probably be protests about it  not being native to the area and reducing the ability of people to walk their dogs.

Better still, plant a dope crop. Biffen can coordinate it

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Can't grow a weed !!

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On 2/10/2019 at 9:46 PM, old dee said:

No point giving us money Mr Leg we have nowhere to spend it.

I am sure we can find where to spend it.

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46 minutes ago, Redleg said:

I am sure we can find where to spend it.

Needs to be split up due to age, demographic, religious or non religious beliefs, behaviour, manner of speech, intelligence, education, social class, residential address, special interests, gender, alcohol and illicit drug preferences,  etc. 

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