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No Mrs Frog freaks out if I get full cream.

she doesnt like it when you present her with full cream?

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Fl og probably uses margarine too!!

What's wrong with a little chemicals now and then?

I am sure they would serve good old Marg at the University of Romsey to save a few pennies.

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she doesnt like it when you present her with full cream?

I can not help it that I am a sex object!

You know the rest of the joke!

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I would see you as more of a contraceptive Fl ogger!

How long can we maintain this streak ?

Must surely be a record you would think

But to answer your question Bbo some time yet I would think.

WE are not out of the woods in a couple of areas that come to mind.

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Must surely be a record you would think

But to answer your question Bbo some time yet I would think.

WE are not out of the woods in a couple of areas that come to mind.

Have been trying not to ask this question but where are all the " we could easily do a Port Adelaide in 2014" group?

Seem very silent at present.

Hmm

Sad fact is OD , and you know it - and preached it - we are well and truly [censored] !!!

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Have been trying not to ask this question but where are all the " we could easily do a Port Adelaide in 2014" group?

Seem very silent at present.

Hmm

Well that a good question OD.

I think they are either too drunk or busily deleting their old posts in DL.

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Now forget Mitch Clark retiring, Forget Dawes and his fair floss legs, forget Gawn and his inability to play six games a year, forget low attendances, forget the worst list in AFL history, forget we could not beat time with a stick.

Something really bad is on the horizon.

Cyclone Ita is bearing down on the Queensland banana crop.

Claimed to be as bad as Yasi in 2011

If this happens I don't know what I will do.

There may only be two alternatives that I can see

- Migrate to NZ

- take the ultimate solution to end the pain

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Now forget Mitch Clark retiring, Forget Dawes and his fair floss legs, forget Gawn and his inability to play six games a year, forget low attendances, forget the worst list in AFL history, forget we could not beat time with a stick.

Something really bad is on the horizon.

Cyclone Ita is bearing down on the Queensland banana crop.

Claimed to be as bad as Yasi in 2011

If this happens I don't know what I will do.

There may only be two alternatives that I can see

- Migrate to NZ

- take the ultimate solution to end the pain

Take the pledge and throw out the single malt?

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Cyclone Ita is bearing down on the Queensland banana crop.

Don't be concerned, I have been advised that the Cyclone has changed course and will hit Gosch's Paddock in the middle of an MFC training session.

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Don't be concerned, I have been advised that the Cyclone has changed course and will hit Gosch's Paddock in the middle of an MFC training session.

Can you ask the main girl upstairs to delay it 24 hours and shift it a Half KM north at about 2PM

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Can't be done, as the misery is restricted to our club.

Now you are sounding like you have surrendered .

Come on perk up I sure your connection to the all powerful one can get better than that.

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Now you are sounding like you have surrendered .

Come on perk up I sure your connection to the all powerful one can get better than that.

I haven't surrendered, I am just being attacked by overwhelming forces.

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I haven't surrendered, I am just being attacked by overwhelming forces.

Perhaps we are approaching this from the wrong direction.

Instead of approaching her upstairs we should be approaching the prince of darkness.

After all we are the Demons.

I think we should be requesting some dastardly deeds / plagues befall our competitors.

His darkness can start by installing a trip wire in front of the Carlton race on Saturday.

We have to get more creative.

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Perhaps we are approaching this from the wrong direction.

Instead of approaching her upstairs we should be approaching the prince of darkness.

After all we are the Demons.

I think we should be requesting some dastardly deeds / plagues befall our competitors.

His darkness can start by installing a trip wire in front of the Carlton race on Saturday.

We have to get more creative.

What about simply locking the doors to the Blues change rooms and not letting them out.

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What about simply locking the doors to the Blues change rooms and not letting them out.

That works for me.

However as I have had zero success contact her upstairs over the last half century I have no idea about how to contact the dark one.

Anyone have an idea?

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Now forget Mitch Clark retiring, Forget Dawes and his fair floss legs, forget Gawn and his inability to play six games a year, forget low attendances, forget the worst list in AFL history, forget we could not beat time with a stick.

Something really bad is on the horizon.

Cyclone Ita is bearing down on the Queensland banana crop.

Claimed to be as bad as Yasi in 2011

If this happens I don't know what I will do.

There may only be two alternatives that I can see

- Migrate to NZ

- take the ultimate solution to end the pain

All is not lost, OD. Here is a timely article on how to keep bananas ...

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