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5 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Feel free to prank....even if it’s the best man ( Hawks fan) at my wedding.

Maybe if we win a simple "Go Dees" will be in order

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4 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Feel free to prank....even if it’s the best man ( Hawks fan) at my wedding.

Will do! 

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Cheeky 6 pack at work just before knock off then straight to the bottle shop and picked up a bottle of whiskey. 

TIME TO GET FERAL. 

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So I'm starting to pace. Nervous and confident at the same time. I hate those bastards. I'd be happy just ending their dream even if we don't get any further.

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2 hours ago, Deesprate said:

As a fellow GC from Southport am at the Gtonight would not want to be anywhere else. Will also be backin two week when we play Tigers in the granny. RED & BLUE

I was there last week! If we make it through to the granny I'll be back down. 

 

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Watching Fritta, Gus and Harmsey kicking for goal. Absolute ripper night.

 

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1 hour ago, TopCorner said:

Just saw JKH driving up Swan St to the game. Has to be a good sign, right?

What does he drive?

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Cheeky 6 pack at work just before knock off then straight to the bottle shop and picked up a bottle of whiskey. 

TIME TO GET FERAL. 

Bottle of Jameson’s mysteriously disappearing😋

Can’t get to the G tonight so do some screaming for me 

Want to see us hang the Hawkes on the fence in the back paddock.

Go Dees😝

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an hour to go to the bounce. Sitting on the other side of the world on a morning that is a perfect reflection of the day in Melbourne. Mid to high teens and sunny. Wish I was there rather than here. 

Will watch the build up and then the game live on my 27" monitor. Not really a substitute for being there.

Go Dees. Confident we have the game to win it. We just need to bring it on the night.

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Just now, Bravo Oscar, Bravo said:

Bottle of Jameson’s mysteriously disappearing😋

Can’t get to the G tonight so do some screaming for me 

Want to see us hang the Hawkes on the fence in the back paddock.

Go Dees😝

I’m stuck in Perth so won’t be there either. I went the Tullamore Dew. 

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So, while there's been chatter about how and whether we'll win, I've been out getting things done.

I ordered the same (not the EXACT same, sure) slices of pizza (three cheese, Margherita), and asked my wife to do the same (three cheese, Hawaiian, I know, no judgement please haha), from the same place, and was served by the same guy as last week. Mind you, as it turns out, the guy is a Dees supporter! 

Now I'm walking the same route, to enter the G from the same Gate.

We've got this!

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Just now, Ethan Tremblay said:

I’m stuck in Perth so won’t be there either. I went the Tullamore Dew. 

Touch of class 😛

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3 minutes ago, RedButMostlyBlue said:

So, while there's been chatter about how and whether we'll win, I've been out getting things done.

I ordered the same (not the EXACT same, sure) slices of pizza (three cheese, Margherita), and asked my wife to do the same (three cheese, Hawaiian, I know, no judgement please haha), from the same place, and was served by the same guy as last week. Mind you, as it turns out, the guy is a Dees supporter! 

Now I'm walking the same route, to enter the G from the same Gate.

We've got this!

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Looks like a bird shat on ur pizza. 

Enjoy. 

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2 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I'm also sick of everyone at work today saying how Melbourne should thrash Hawthorn because they have 2 of their best 22 out. Anything less is a failure apparently.

Ditto because so do we.

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6 hours ago, Cards13 said:

Yeap, Imperial has cheap pints too. Now we’re heading to the rooftop at the Corner.

Happy hour provides $6.50 PINTS of Guinness, living in the country has its advantages

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At the G now. Anticipation building. Lets do this Melbourne.

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1 hour ago, McQueen said:

I agree. Surprised to see so much red and blue about. Easily accounts for that other mob. 🔴🔵

Dominated the crowd numbers last week against Geelong, as well. It's been two decades, I'd reckon, since there were so many red 'n blue people in one place! Have a great night, McQ. A really great night. McAvaney from Ch 7 just tipped the Dees to win the flag - nice person to have onboard for the finals series.

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50 mins till launch ladies and gents.

Seems a lot busier than last week.

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8 minutes ago, RedButMostlyBlue said:

So, while there's been chatter about how and whether we'll win, I've been out getting things done.

I ordered the same (not the EXACT same, sure) slices of pizza (three cheese, Margherita), and asked my wife to do the same (three cheese, Hawaiian, I know, no judgement please haha), from the same place, and was served by the same guy as last week. Mind you, as it turns out, the guy is a Dees supporter! 

Now I'm walking the same route, to enter the G from the same Gate.

We've got this!

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Shame we arent playing the same side... :p

 

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9 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

I’m stuck in Perth so won’t be there either. I went the Tullamore Dew. 

Will be lot of West Coast supporters watching tonight, and they will all be cheering for both teams to beat the hell out of each other.

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