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2 hours ago, 4_Kent_Watts said:

It was probably because he got a close up look of him bending his Back whilst Chucking. 

I think the whole thing was just another Djockovic type excuse.

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On 1/10/2022 at 11:29 AM, dieter said:

Dan's bought out the best Liquor outlet in Adelaide, Bailly and Bailyy's, then used their House Brand and marketed it throughout Australia and , yes, it's Riverland material, the stuff once used in casks.

 

By the way, I watched the second half of the 2015 Anzac Day Richmond game: was that you exposing your half naked torso during the last quarter? If it is/was, I'd go on a diet - eat drink and be merry for tomorrow we diet - and no, my name is not a version of someone who diets, nor is my name or torso skinny.

My apologies for the delayed reply skinny but i had some pressing matters at The Manor that required my attention.

The accusation re the fat gutted fellow has been levelled at me before. I wish to lay it to rest. It was not my good self. I must say that while I admired the fellows's healthy physique his taste in attire was appalling. I am offended that anyone would think that I would dress in such a bumpkinish manner.

Re the non de plume that I have stuck you with. We had this conversation some years ago and I know your name has nothing to do with Jenny Craig. However, as I am a rude and churlish fellow, I have chosen not to change my manner of address.

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I must (for once) share a true story.

I was slumming it in Lancefield yesterday. And, while enjoying an al fresco coffee , I watched this old lady trudging along behind her walker toward me.

I gave her a friendly greeting and she commented on my Demons polo. She told me that Ron Barrassi was her hero and , she pointed to her cheek, and said she got a kiss from Ron when she was a youngster. She said she didn't wash that spot for weeks!

She was a lovely old dear. A bit dotty and I guessed well into her 80's . She was heading to the local clinic which was nearly 2 Klm's from where she lived !

What a tough old bugger! Soft [censored] today call for the paramedics when they sneeze.

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I watched this old lady trudging along behind her walker toward me.

She was a lovely old dear. A bit dotty and I guessed well into her 80's . 

 

Where did you go on your date with her?

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I must (for once) share a true story.

I was slumming it in Lancefield yesterday. And, while enjoying an al fresco coffee , I watched this old lady trudging along behind her walker toward me.

I gave her a friendly greeting and she commented on my Demons polo. She told me that Ron Barrassi was her hero and , she pointed to her cheek, and said she got a kiss from Ron when she was a youngster. She said she didn't wash that spot for weeks!

She was a lovely old dear. A bit dotty and I guessed well into her 80's . She was heading to the local clinic which was nearly 2 Klm's from where she lived !

What a tough old bugger! Soft [censored] today call for the paramedics when they sneeze.

Didn't know they served 'an al' fresco coffee in Lancefield. Enemas???

Lancefield people are true warriors. They look up to the highlands to their immediate west and walk and shuffle and say there but for the graces of the many gods who live here go I: at least it's flat. I know about Lancefield and Romsey people because I attended a Salesian College not far away. I am proud to say I remained a virgin until I was sixteen and it involved a member of the opposite sex in her father's flat in East Brunswick. 

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13 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I must (for once) share a true story.

I was slumming it in Lancefield yesterday. And, while enjoying an al fresco coffee , I watched this old lady trudging along behind her walker toward me.

I gave her a friendly greeting and she commented on my Demons polo. She told me that Ron Barrassi was her hero and , she pointed to her cheek, and said she got a kiss from Ron when she was a youngster. She said she didn't wash that spot for weeks!

She was a lovely old dear. A bit dotty and I guessed well into her 80's . She was heading to the local clinic which was nearly 2 Klm's from where she lived !

What a tough old bugger! Soft [censored] today call for the paramedics when they sneeze.

You… uhm… didn’t think to… you know…offer the old dear a lift to the clinic? But then again, no; god forbid you should rush your coffee down. 🥴😁🙃

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1 hour ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

You… uhm… didn’t think to… you know…offer the old dear a lift to the clinic? But then again, no; god forbid you should rush your coffee down. 🥴😁🙃

Oh ye of little faith WCW ................. of course I thought about offering the old girl a ride.

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Oh ye of little faith WCW ................. of course I thought about offering the old girl a ride.

I’m quite sure she would’ve declined anyway. No doubt (like all females from a very young age) she had been warned against getting into a car with a strange man. 

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29 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

I’m quite sure she would’ve declined anyway. No doubt (like all females from a very young age) she had been warned against getting into a car with a strange man. 

but you'd hardly call dear ole uncle bitters a 'strange man'

on second thoughts......

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53 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

watching the cricket now. England have got one of their Sheilas opening for them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Weak bastards !

England WISH they had their “Sheilas” opening for them. Their girls would likely score more than their men. Having said that, these two have put on 60 without loss, so we may be in for a competitive match for a change. 

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1 hour ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

England WISH they had their “Sheilas” opening for them. Their girls would likely score more than their men. Having said that, these two have put on 60 without loss, so we may be in for a competitive match for a change. 

Do you now understand the tread WCW?

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27 minutes ago, old dee said:

Do you now understand the tread WCW?

Sort of, OD. I mean, it still doesn’t make much sense, but it’s highly entertaining nonetheless. 

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10 hours ago, Redleg said:

Are you suggesting it is a worn tyre?

Nothing a re-tread can’t fix. We don’t want it to end up in landfill. 🙃

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12 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Sort of, OD. I mean, it still doesn’t make much sense, but it’s highly entertaining nonetheless. 

I think you have stumbled on the governments method of operations.

Just as AFL has taken footy from sport to entertainment , incompetent nonentities are moving the necessary actions of government into the realms of playing politics.  People slowly switching off.

Just as the price of bananas has been removed from conciousness so to will Novak now join the ranks of the Biloela two or the unnumbered refugees.

Don't expect any rational or meaningful debate, but it will be entertaining.

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Could we start a price comparison with banana price and petrol?

Then again it's all pretty irrelevant now that we are the reigning premiers.

I trust we can maintain the entertainment provided by all our characters and continue winnng in appropriately artistic fashion

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27 minutes ago, dpositive said:

I think you have stumbled on the governments method of operations.

Just as AFL has taken footy from sport to entertainment , incompetent nonentities are moving the necessary actions of government into the realms of playing politics.  People slowly switching off.

Just as the price of bananas has been removed from conciousness so to will Novak now join the ranks of the Biloela two or the unnumbered refugees.

Don't expect any rational or meaningful debate, but it will be entertaining.

I sorta lost track of what you were saying so I guess that means I do understand this thread. Or not. Yeah, probably not. 

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33 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

I sorta lost track of what you were saying so I guess that means I do understand this thread. Or not. Yeah, probably not. 

Correct go to the top of the class, as you pass Go, collect $200

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17 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Sort of, OD. I mean, it still doesn’t make much sense, but it’s highly entertaining nonetheless. 

There is your main mistake it’s not meant to make sense. It has a life all of its own.

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