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I hope the soggy marshes of Romsey aren't too inundated with water. Im not sure our ol uncle Bitters can cope with....water

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Last call, any more interested for wednesdays draft/trade/list discussion over Japanese dinner?

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13 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Last call, any more interested for wednesdays draft/trade/list discussion over Japanese dinner?

Whats the count so far red ?

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13 hours ago, DemonFrog said:

I heard Mr Bitters has upset the gods again.

40 days and nights of rain will be his punishment.

The upside is free water for everyone. But living under Lake Romsay may be a problem.

Mr Bitters you need to follow the rules and live by the norms of deceit society.

 

Flogger, I created the rules for deceit society

 

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9 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Flogger, I created the rules for deceit society

 

I thought in a deceit society there are no rules?

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4 hours ago, Moonshadow said:

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I was planning to head east in 2018 to watch a live AFL game or two. However, after seeing all the flood damage may be that not a good idea?

Victoria clearly needs time to rebuild!

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On 01/12/2017 at 7:26 AM, hemingway said:

The only Gods likely to care about Uncle are pagan gods.

Given the the Uncles proclivities and indulgences, it's unlikely to be Bacchus.

However, given the current weather conditions it could be Thor who is definitely not happy. 

With the crumbling ruin known as The Manor, no doubt the good Uncle is busy making sure he has enough buckets underneath all the leaks.  

 

The only true GODS are pagan!

Or at least that what a North Melbourne (Kangaroo) supporter believes.

To me it's not about the GODS, as it is all about the DEMONS!

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13 minutes ago, DemonFrog said:

I was planning to head east in 2018 to watch a live AFL game or two. However, after seeing all the flood damage may be that not a good idea?

Victoria clearly needs time to rebuild!

I hope they are not on the same schedule as they MFC.

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

I hope they are not on the same schedule as they MFC.

I think that I am on the same schedule.

But this is our Premiership year, so which game/s should I attend?

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26 minutes ago, DemonFrog said:

I think that I am on the same schedule.

But this is our Premiership year, so which game/s should I attend?

As an amphibian and prone to desiccation demonfrog you must have moisture to survive ideally water not swan lager! After the deluge spring showers seem best ‘September The Grand Finale’ is strongly suggested☔️

 

26 minutes ago, DemonFrog said:

I think that I am on the same schedule.

But this is our Premiership year, so which game/s should I attend?

 

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I was checking into a hotel the other week. At the counter, a guy in front of me said abruptly to the receptionist, "I hope the porn channel is disabled." Unbelievable what some people are into.

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2 hours ago, DemonFrog said:

I think that I am on the same schedule.

But this is our Premiership year, so which game/s should I attend?

The 2019 draw will not be out for some time yet DF.

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After my recent foray of misadventure vis a vis Mango Daiquiris... it's back on the wagon with a Banana Milkshake :)

Wife backed up with Banana toast !

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Wonder if Biffen was punching-on outside the Milo Yiannopoulos gig in Melbourne tonight. Maybe teaming up with Prodee, and the Boltmeister to crack a few lefty heads. It looked on the TV kinda like a sandpit fight in kindergarten, only more childish

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9 hours ago, Moonshadow said:

Wonder if Biffen was punching-on outside the Milo Yiannopoulos gig in Melbourne tonight. Maybe teaming up with Prodee, and the Boltmeister to crack a few lefty heads. It looked on the TV kinda like a sandpit fight in kindergarten, only more childish

Just goes to show what drinking too many banana smoothies will do!

 

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5 minutes ago, DemonFrog said:

Just goes to show what drinking too many banana smoothies will do!

 

There is no such thing as "Too Many"

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15 hours ago, Moonshadow said:

Milo Yiannopoulos: the alt right version of Corey Worthington

I thought Milo was a chocolate drink?

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The afore mentioned frog !

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