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44 minutes ago, Timothy Reddan-A'Blew said:

Sorry about that, Chief. 'Obtuse' is becoming my middle name?

Commodore = @Redleg(refer my earlier (obtuse) posts)

I was proposing he dreamt his encounter with S.Freud.

S.Freud wrote on the interpretation of dreams.

I was proposing that, in wading through this thread, you would have earned a doctorate in the advanced psychology you suggested was needed to do so.

I thus threw it to you to interpret Redleg's dream.

See, that wasn't so hard!😉

Was it?😮

I was actually thinking that’s what it might mean. Except that I wasn’t. 🤥 
As for interpreting @Redleg’s dream, if his dreams are even remotely like his comments in this thread then that’d be a solid No Thanks! 

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14 hours ago, daisycutter said:

if you've read the da vinci code you might be able to unravel this thread

I have been ripping up the floor of my tiled back room since the thread started, looking for the long lost  key to winning the flag. I stopped after the GF and have started retiling the floor. Who needs the “key” anymore?

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1 hour ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

As for interpreting @Redleg’s dream, if his dreams are even remotely like his comments in this thread then that’d be a solid No Thanks! 

 

4 minutes ago, Redleg said:

I have been ripping up the floor of my tiled back room since the thread started, looking for the long lost  key to winning the flag. I stopped after the GF and have started retiling the floor. Who needs the “key” anymore?

There ya go, @Timothy Reddan-A'Blew!

Case in point. 😆

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1 hour ago, Redleg said:

I have been ripping up the floor of my tiled back room since the thread started, looking for the long lost  key to winning the flag. I stopped after the GF and have started retiling the floor. Who needs the “key” anymore?

and i thought you hid it in the ceiling, all those long year ago.  no wonder you couldn't find it

but lucky for everyone that i found my copy late last year 

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On 1/26/2022 at 5:48 PM, WalkingCivilWar said:

Define ‘OK’  
Just because I appear to be alive and well, doesn’t necessarily mean I’m not mentally scarred beyond reparation. 🤪

I’m only up to page 33 and the bananas discussion has only just taken off. But I tell you what, Tim… this thread should be made compulsory reading for students of advanced psychiatry. Seriously. 

I am pleased to see your studies are continuing WCW. However, to save you some time, I have a suggestion.

Instead of reading the entire 1000 + pages, simply focus on my modest offerings. They are scholarly, socially inclusive and tasteful. I am certain you will be a different person for the experience.

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I liked BBOs admission theat his offerings weren "modest".

"and he has much to be modest about" springs to mind.

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33 minutes ago, Biffen said:

I liked BBOs admission theat his offerings weren "modest".

"and he has much to be modest about" springs to mind.

Ahhh Biffen returns! How wonderful!

I simply shall say, in all modesty, " That a great man is always willing to be little".

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21 hours ago, Redleg said:

Now back to the footy.

What are the predictions for new players to play their first MFC game this year?

I think we can treat Dunstan as a given.

I will start it off with Laurie. 

Quite likely all of them courtesy of Omicron. 

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On 1/27/2022 at 7:33 PM, Bitter but optimistic said:

Ahhh Biffen returns! How wonderful!

I simply shall say, in all modesty, " That a great man is always willing to be little".

Remember it's not the size but the quality.

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Didn’t know where to post this, figured here’s as good as anywhere else. 
Are we all watching Ash Barty’s AO final atm? Her opponent, American Danielle Collins, has not only an Australian connection, but an MFC connection. Her coach-turned-boyfriend, Tom Couch (son of Geelong great, Paul Couch) played three games for Melbourne in, I think, 2012. 
Yeah nah, ignore that. Seems there’s confusion as to who her boyfriend is. Some think it’s Tom Couch, some think it’s an American model. Anyways, as you were. 

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12 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Didn’t know where to post this, figured here’s as good as anywhere else. 
Are we all watching Ash Barty’s AO final atm? Her opponent, American Danielle Collins, has not only an Australian connection, but an MFC connection. Her coach-turned-boyfriend, Tom Couch (son of Geelong great, Paul Couch) played three games for Melbourne in, I think, 2012. 
Yeah nah, ignore that. Seems there’s confusion as to who her boyfriend is. Some think it’s Tom Couch, some think it’s an American model. Anyways, as you were. 

On the OFF topic above.

I know little of womens tennis but I did follow it the last couple of years due to the edifying and uplifting influence of gambling.

Needless to say ,I had a Multi  Motza going in to Danielle to win her match but despite her position as red hot favouriote she lost to a short,powerful Russian and looked overweight during the process. I dubbed her the Collins Class Submarinbe after that effort but now i'm aware she was carrying a severe illness so she shall be forgiven.

As shall that wimpy little Australian swimmer that broke every sprint swimming record in the year leading up to the Olympics before he decided to choke and cost me a small fortune in another multi.

Forgive and forget I always say.Or forgive at the very least.

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12 minutes ago, Biffen said:

On the OFF topic above.

I know little of womens tennis but I did follow it the last couple of years due to the edifying and uplifting influence of gambling.

Needless to say ,I had a Multi  Motza going in to Danielle to win her match but despite her position as red hot favouriote she lost to a short,powerful Russian and looked overweight during the process. I dubbed her the Collins Class Submarinbe after that effort but now i'm aware she was carrying a severe illness so she shall be forgiven.

As shall that wimpy little Australian swimmer that broke every sprint swimming record in the year leading up to the Olympics before he decided to choke and cost me a small fortune in another multi.

Forgive and forget I always say.Or forgive at the very least.

The cheek of these athletes! Don’t they know their sole purpose in life is to make Biffen rich?!?! 😠

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4 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

The cheek of these athletes! Don’t they know their sole purpose in life is to make Biffen rich?!?! 😠

I can't think of a more noble endeavour.

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1 hour ago, Biffen said:

I can't think of a more noble endeavour.

It’s why I get up in the morning. 

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10 hours ago, Biffen said:

On the OFF topic above.

I know little of womens tennis but I did follow it the last couple of years due to the edifying and uplifting influence of gambling.

Needless to say ,I had a Multi  Motza going in to Danielle to win her match but despite her position as red hot favouriote she lost to a short,powerful Russian and looked overweight during the process. I dubbed her the Collins Class Submarinbe after that effort but now i'm aware she was carrying a severe illness so she shall be forgiven.

As shall that wimpy little Australian swimmer that broke every sprint swimming record in the year leading up to the Olympics before he decided to choke and cost me a small fortune in another multi.

Forgive and forget I always say.Or forgive at the very least.

What a despicable fellow you are Biffen!

Your weakness for sins of the flesh is well documented and your predilection for substance abuse is infamous.

Now you add gaming! You choose to ignore the wonderful spirit of jingoism that surrounds the tennis in favour of your venal needs!

Disgraceful!

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23 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

What a despicable fellow you are Biffen!

Your weakness for sins of the flesh is well documented and your predilection for substance abuse is infamous.

Now you add gaming! You choose to ignore the wonderful spirit of jingoism that surrounds the tennis in favour of your venal needs!

Disgraceful!

Only gott in himmel knows the full extent!!!

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On 1/4/2022 at 2:13 PM, Bitter but optimistic said:

Red, I am deeply wounded.

After all my years of valuable and profound intellectual contributions to this thread you still misrepresent my tastes in vino.

I hereby declare and  caste aside all doubts, Chateau Cardboard has no place in The Manor's fine collection of plonk.

( excepting of course, those occasions when The Manor's budget is a tad strained)

I can honestly attest that Uncle knows his wine, his women and one or two songs😂

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11 hours ago, picket fence said:

I can honestly attest that Uncle knows his wine, his women and one or two songs😂

Indeed picket! An astute observer like yourself might also have guessed that one of those two was a little ditty  from the early 80's by the oddly apparelled Devo .

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2 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Indeed picket! An astute observer like yourself might also have guessed that one of those two was a little ditty  from the early 80's by the oddly apparelled Devo .

Devo is not a dirty word, Devo is not a dirty word, dont you beleive what youvé seen or you have heard, DEVO!

Oh sorry thats Skyhooks'.

Hey uncle, ever had a "Balwyn Calling" experience??

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