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55 minutes ago, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

 

It would be a bit of a marketing fail to open a brothel in the area wouldn't it.  ...or conversely is that how the area got it's name originally. 

Along similar lines, there is the locally based business 'Cockburn Cement' - an early version of viagra for when you've had a big night on the nest, but just need to keep powering on! ...perhaps?

Conversely, The Daily Planet (an award winning brothel in Elsternwick Victoria) is located in Horne St.

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9 minutes ago, dworship said:

Conversely, The Daily Planet (an award winning brothel in Elsternwick Victoria) is located in Horne St.

I know of the daily plannet, but not as far as knowing what street it is on!

A mate of mine did use to live in a street in the Croydon area which is "The Nook" - there is a brothel on that street too.

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4 minutes ago, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

I know of the daily plannet, but not as far as knowing what street it is on!

A mate of mine did use to live in a street in the Croydon area which is "The Nook" - there is a brothel on that street too.

I was looking after a mates car while he was in Europe for 6 months and after about 8 weeks it broke down right outside The Planet. I just left it there till my friend came back. It was a very recognizable car and when he returned from OS  a lot of people who didn't know he had  gone, questioned him about how much time he was spending at the Planet. He wasn't very happy.

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1 hour ago, Mach5 said:

Do they still have a bar over in Perth called The Bog?

I believe so. 

Used to frequent there back in the late 90’s. Got kicked out of the aptly named place just as much too. 

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7 minutes ago, McQueen said:

I believe so. 

Used to frequent there back in the late 90’s. Got kicked out of the aptly named place just as much too. 

Gee, to my amazement I have found very many unsavoury type characters on Demonland. This is the kind of  site my mum told me not to visit.

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1 minute ago, dieter said:

Gee, to my amazement I have found very many unsavoury type characters on Demonland. This is the kind of  site my mum told me not to visit.

You should always listen to your mum, didi, it's not too late  🤩

......well, you did walk straight into it......

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7 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

You should always listen to your mum, didi, it's not too late  🤩

......well, you did walk straight into it......

My mum never understood that it's not a binary world, DC, hence her advice. Anyway, it's the duty of everyone to forge their own way in the world, in other words, not to listen to their mothers. I met a bloke on Friday, for example, who said his deal old mum told him to never trust a Chinaman. Just for example...

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20 minutes ago, dieter said:

Gee, to my amazement I have found very many unsavoury type characters on Demonland. This is the kind of  site my mum told me not to visit.

Early 20’s and cashed up doing FIFO. Probably 80% of their clientele. 

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2 hours ago, dieter said:

My mum never understood that it's not a binary world, DC, hence her advice. Anyway, it's the duty of everyone to forge their own way in the world, in other words, not to listen to their mothers. I met a bloke on Friday, for example, who said his deal old mum told him to never trust a Chinaman. Just for example...

It certainly is a binary world:  Demon supporters, and 'others'!

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21 hours ago, McQueen said:

I believe so. 

Used to frequent there back in the late 90’s. Got kicked out of the aptly named place just as much too. 

You guys clearly haven’t travelled much if

you think the daily planet is an interesting place. Lol

a cliche run of the mill [censored] house, with all the over the top rules and regulations a nanny state like Australia offers you. Great

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1 hour ago, Fitz Fitzpatrick said:

You guys clearly haven’t travelled much if

you think the daily planet is an interesting place. Lol

a cliche run of the mill [censored] house, with all the over the top rules and regulations a nanny state like Australia offers you. Great

I have no idea what your first paragraph is about but entirely agree with the second. 

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On 1/20/2019 at 12:09 PM, dieter said:

My mum never understood that it's not a binary world, DC, hence her advice. Anyway, it's the duty of everyone to forge their own way in the world, in other words, not to listen to their mothers. I met a bloke on Friday, for example, who said his deal old mum told him to never trust a Chinaman. Just for example...

Not sure her advice was too far off the mark.

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On 1/20/2019 at 8:27 AM, McQueen said:

I believe so. 

Used to frequent there back in the late 90’s. Got kicked out of the aptly named place just as much too. 

The Bog is long gone McQueen would be closed around 15 years. The redevelopment of Northbridge with apartments and new late night bars killed it off. Just sits there on Newcastle St vacant now.

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2 hours ago, Uncle Fester said:

Not the messiah. Just a very naughty boy.

LOL !    sensational   Uncle... 

 

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2 hours ago, Demonland said:

Jesse Watch

 

“Although we did target him hard for at least 5 years...”

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On the subject of Jesse Watch, from the bigfooty Freo pre-season training thread...

On the sidelines, boom recruit Hogan continued individual skills, running and repeat-effort work in his comeback from a navicular stress fracture.

 "Jesse's going good. He's started being drip-fed into drills in the last couple of days and he will look to be in full training in the coming weeks," Fyfe said.

(Later reports have him on track for round 1.)

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On 1/20/2019 at 10:12 AM, dworship said:

Conversely, The Daily Planet (an award winning brothel in Elsternwick Victoria) is located in Horne St.

The freehold land on which the Daily Planet is located was sold last year. I have a feeling that the award winning brothel is soon going to go the way of the Gatwick.

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1 hour ago, Elwood 3184 said:

The freehold land on which the Daily Planet is located was sold last year. I have a feeling that the award winning brothel is soon going to go the way of the Gatwick.

It was never the same after the Roman Bath was removed...

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3 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

It was never the same after the Roman Bath was removed...

Your just crooked on them calling your name out loud every time you went there.....

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8 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

It was never the same after the Roman Bath was removed...

And those bloody vegans forced them to get rid of the leather...

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8 minutes ago, willmoy said:

Your just crooked on them calling your name out loud every time you went there.....

No. I am actually serious. There was a huge Roman Bath in there that lasted until around the mid 90’s. 

I went there a few times after a night shift. 

It was brilliant!!

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Can someone do the Abe Simpson walk in walk out gif for me?

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