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Can we get off the morbid talk of death guys and discuss something uplifting like bananas.

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1 hour ago, Redleg said:

Can we get off the morbid talk of death guys and discuss something uplifting like bananas.

It is not always morbid Mr. Leg. As for bananas Just finished a lovely banana and peanut butter sandwich. Very nice even if the price of the noble fruit is rising.

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

It is not always morbid Mr. Leg. As for bananas Just finished a lovely banana and peanut butter sandwich. Very nice even if the price of the noble fruit is rising.

Passed on a banana and peanut butter smoothie today. Boy that is willpower.

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28 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Passed on a banana and peanut butter smoothie today. Boy that is willpower.

Surely it is poor decision making not will power. Oh did you add to your waist line on your latest sojourn?

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On 2/28/2019 at 4:28 PM, old dee said:

My God DF who would want to live for 117 years? Certainly not me, figure I have 7-8 left trying to enjoy that lot irrespective of the MFC.

Well it was a great start to your 117 years, however the past 54 years had not been so good.

Keep drinking Biff's magic potions, its appears to be working for you. 

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5 hours ago, Redleg said:

Can we get off the morbid talk of death guys and discuss something uplifting like bananas.

No hosanna in excelsis for you Red ?

If Dusty can develop a spiritual life there is hope for all of us. 

Certainly nothing spiritual about a banana, only sense gratification.  

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3 minutes ago, hemingway said:

No hosanna in excelsis for you Red ?

If Dusty can develop a spiritual life there is hope for all of us. 

Certainly nothing spiritual about a banana, only sense gratification.  

the biggest amusement was cotchin claiming he could judge spirituality.........what a coqamaney article

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3 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

the biggest amusement was cotchin claiming he could judge spirituality.........what a coqamaney article

Cotchin is starting to annoy me. Did you see the hairstyle and get up? Not your typical Tiger thats for sure. 

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5 hours ago, Redleg said:

Can we get off the morbid talk of death guys and discuss something uplifting like bananas.

West Perth FC was close to death last year. 2019 is looking good.

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4 hours ago, old dee said:

Surely it is poor decision making not will power. Oh did you add to your waist line on your latest sojourn?

My  waistline always increases after a holiday. Luckily this time it was only a small increase. Then again it was pretty big to begin with.

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Well the big thing to come out of this pre season was the lack of face painters at family day. 

With 1000’s turning up to have one face painter for all the kids was a joke. 

If we want to be a premiership side we have to address this issue.

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3 hours ago, Redleg said:

Well the big thing to come out of this pre season was the lack of face painters at family day. 

With 1000’s turning up to have one face painter for all the kids was a joke. 

If we want to be a premiership side we have to address this issue.

Next year after we win the flag!

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Disappointing long weekend in the end. Jane Bunn was Moomba Queen and no Banana float in the parade. Terrible!

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4 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Disappointing long weekend in the end. Jane Bunn was Moomba Queen and no Banana float in the parade. Terrible!

The anti banana bias in the Moomba Committee is just unacceptable.

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2 hours ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Disappointing long weekend in the end. Jane Bunn was Moomba Queen and no Banana float in the parade. Terrible!

Bitters has a thing for “Sticky” as he calls her. And the girl from the Trivago ads. Sicko that he is.

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2 hours ago, Biffen said:

Bitters has a thing for “Sticky” as he calls her. And the girl from the Trivago ads. Sicko that he is.

Better than "Crusty"...

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1 hour ago, Moonshadow said:

Better than "Crusty"...

that's his other fantasy - pauline h.....

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20 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

that's his other fantasy - pauline h.....

Please explain???

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15 hours ago, bjDee said:

Please explain???

Ok I will.

The tomato 🍅  is a fruit like the banana 🍌 .

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

Ok I will.

The tomato 🍅  is a fruit like the banana 🍌 .

yes, it's the banana's red-headed step-sister

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On 3/12/2019 at 10:28 AM, Redleg said:

Ok I will.

The tomato 🍅  is a fruit like the banana 🍌 .

No way!

You take that back Red, as a tomato is nothing like a banana.

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In readiness for the new season and some cold afternoons at the G, I've put an order in to the local CWA for a red and blue pair of these.

Anyone else interested? Might be cheaper for a bulk order

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Just now, Moonshadow said:

In readiness for the new season and some cold afternoons at the G, I've put an order in to the local CWA for a red and blue pair of these.

Anyone else interested? Might be cheaper for a bulk order

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Rude, crude and unattractive Mr. Shadow.

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