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49 minutes ago, DeelightfulPlay said:

Less yellow before the dye, but often more yellow than high quality butter until the butter has been exposed to air for some time and developed that rich yellow colour 😍 I'm hungry now

Try a butternut snap.

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14 hours ago, old dee said:

Well said R and B. On another level how are you? 

Good thanks OD. Keeping out of trouble. Looking forward to the game this week.

And you? The grand-daughter must getting taller by the day!

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9 hours ago, Redleg said:

Try a butternut snap.

Is that like a banana but from the opposite pocket? 😆

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23 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Yeah nah, not an option, OD. If I have to drag my sad n sorry [censored] up the steps to get on the plane, so be it. I’m not missing being at this match. I have only a mild case and I’ve done everything I can for the past week to get better. I’m going to Sydney no matter what.

The censored word starts with A and ends with SS

Can't wait!

*stares at my floordrobe in concern*

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On 03/03/2024 at 22:25, WalkingCivilWar said:

Thanks Deeves 💕

I’ve had it once before, years ago and it was an awful experience. This time it’s way milder so I’m hoping to be ok to go to our opening round match. Fingers crossed. As well as…

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And?😟...

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10 hours ago, Red and Bluebeard said:

Good thanks OD. Keeping out of trouble. Looking forward to the game this week.

And you? The grand-daughter must getting taller by the day!

Ok just the trials of the aging process. 

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

And?😟...

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1 hour ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

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I hope your case is not handled by a swans fan you may never see it again. 

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2 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

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That takes care of the kitchen sink WCW, But where are your clothes??

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22 hours ago, DeelightfulPlay said:

Less yellow before the dye, but often more yellow than high quality butter until the butter has been exposed to air for some time and developed that rich yellow colour 😍 I'm hungry now

I used to embarrass my much higher income brother because when he'd take me to some of Melbourne's elite restaurants I'd be asking for more bread every time a waiter was in sight. Premium bread with quality butter is my happy place.

In these adventures, once upon a time I had some of the world's best bread with some of the world's best butter.

You could tell. It was bliss.

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1 hour ago, picket fence said:

That takes care of the kitchen sink WCW, But where are your clothes??

On me. I’m NOT getting pinged $65 for exceeding the 7kg limit. First interstate match I attended was in Adelaide. Going home (we won that match 😁) the bag-weighing guy pulled me up for being 500g over and expected me to pay that ridiculous amount. So, right there in front of all and sundry I opened my case and proceeded to put all articles of clothing on, including three beanies. I looked like the Michelin Man but managed to not be slugged $65. Stick that up your Khyber, Jetstar 🤨

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I'll come back to the recent foregoing in due course, for my regular dose of amusement and befuddlement, but I must report something I've discovered while researching for a puzzle (not for here; breathe easy!), that might fit the entry criteria of this thread:

Australia had never had a Prime Minister with a surname longer than 7 letters (7 of those, and 11 6s, 4 5s, and 5 4s). Until, that is, the last three in a row: TURNBULL, MORRISON, ALBANESE!

Curse inflation!

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

I'll come back to the recent foregoing in due course, for my regular dose of amusement and befuddlement, but I must report something I've discovered while researching for a puzzle (not for here; breathe easy!), that might fit the entry criteria of this thread:

Australia had never had a Prime Minister with a surname longer than 7 letters (7 of those, and 11 6s, 4 5s, and 5 4s). Until, that is, the last three in a row: TURNBULL, MORRISON, ALBANESE!

Curse inflation!

Well lets get back to the shorter names.

I note Dutton is 6 letters.

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Noting earlier discussion on the matter, may I suggest this thread get in early and sponsor* BLAKE HOWES?

B and S are his Alpha and Omega.

 

(* = Talk about a lot, occasionally seriously)

 

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14 hours ago, old dee said:

Ok just the trials of the aging process. 

You know what they say -- never complain about growing old, as many don't get the chance.

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Anyone watching the second test from NZ on tv?

Lunch time day 4, Aust five down with 100 to win. 

You'd think curators would look after the ground surface, maybe sweep the pitch, keep people off the grass... But no, spectators permitted all over the oval during lunch, kids bowling and running on the pitch. Amazing really.

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34 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Anyone watching the second test from NZ on tv?

Lunch time day 4, Aust five down with 100 to win. 

You'd think curators would look after the ground surface, maybe sweep the pitch, keep people off the grass... But no, spectators permitted all over the oval during lunch, kids bowling and running on the pitch. Amazing really.

are you kidding?

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On 05/03/2024 at 08:25, Redleg said:

For today's question to ponder " is margarine more or less yellow than butter"?

Can't believe you ask such a question......

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On 08/03/2024 at 22:39, Redleg said:

Two games in and I already hate this season.

"You either love or hate it, depending on the score ..."

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On 06/03/2024 at 16:29, Timothy Reddan-A'Blew said:

I'll come back to the recent foregoing in due course, for my regular dose of amusement and befuddlement, but I must report something I've discovered while researching for a puzzle (not for here; breathe easy!), that might fit the entry criteria of this thread:

Australia had never had a Prime Minister with a surname longer than 7 letters (7 of those, and 11 6s, 4 5s, and 5 4s). Until, that is, the last three in a row: TURNBULL, MORRISON, ALBANESE!

Curse inflation!

Could this prove to be a transition as decisive and irreversible as the 'facial hair -> no facial hair' prime ministerial eras?

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