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38 minutes ago, demoniac said:

I'd like to see some spread. 

Vegemite?

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Just arrived at the MCG and the song playing is ‘Things can only get better’.  Very appropriate for Demon supporters.

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45 minutes ago, demoniac said:

I'd like to see some spread. 

This is no place to talk about you're private life mate. Have some respect! 

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BBO is on his 6th pint at the Duke. No off button.

Going to be a messy game, on and off field

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8 minutes ago, jane02 said:

Just arrived at the MCG and the song playing is ‘Things can only get better’.  Very appropriate for Demon supporters.

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3 minutes ago, DSP said:

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Checkmate, Demon supporters.

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1 hour ago, Dame Gaga said:

There's nothing like a pair of pink frilly knickers to make you feel better about yourself! If that doesn't work perhaps they could go without. Andre Agassi never wore any underpants for the majority of his career because of superstition.

Did they stifle his equilibrium,  Dame ?

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1 hour ago, —coach— said:

Be very careful, you’re sounding a lot like uncle  'biter'

Does he have teeth,  -coach- ?

 

Or wear them perhaps, on suitable occasions.!

Maybe he puts them in,  when approaching the Mcg turnstiles.

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3 hours ago, Spud said:

WTF,

We are in from $3 into $2.60 in the past few hours. Either the tiges have someone decent as a late out that insiders know about or there are people who hate their money and wish to donate to betting agencies, instead of buying Anzac badges!

I'm hoping Richmond backed us to win for their end of season footy trip!

We were faves against Saints.

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Dees by 1 point.  ANB to pick up a ground ball cleanly, break two tackles and slot it from the boundary from 50 metres out with 5 seconds left.  The kick sails so far into the stands that it smashes Alex Rance in the face.  

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2 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

Good start for me, left the membership at home... pppfffttttt

😒  ... feeling confident cards ?   can you get the Melbourne membership people to check your  'credentials' ?

 

good luck. 😉

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1 minute ago, Wiseblood said:

Dees by 1 point.  ANB to pick up a ground ball cleanly, break two tackles and slot it from the boundary from 50 metres out with 5 seconds left.  The kick sails so far into the stands that it smashes Alex Rance in the face.  

Lucky it wasn’t a set shot.

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8 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

Good start for me, left the membership at home... pppfffttttt

A Freudian slip? Your subconscious was trying to warn you 

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2 minutes ago, Wiseblood said:

Dees by 1 point.  ANB to pick up a ground ball cleanly, break two tackles and slot it from the boundary from 50 metres out with 5 seconds left.  The kick sails so far into the stands that it smashes Alex Rance in the face.  

Right in the magic underpants would of been the cherry on the icing, but beggars cant be choosers! 😋

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FINAL INTERCHANGES
Richmond: Jack Higgins, Noah Balta, Sydney Stack, Liam Baker
Melbourne: Christian Petracca, Jordan Lewis, Billy Stretch, Alex Neal-Bullen

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Outnumbered about 25 to 1 here. Could get ugly tonight

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25 minutes ago, DV8 said:

Did they stifle his equilibrium,  Dame ?

Ha, ha. Which one? Perhaps all three!

equilibrium - a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced,

                       a state of physical balance,

                       a calm state of mind.

He actually forgot his underwear before the 1999 French Open, and didn't want to take up his coach's offer of wearing his, so he played without any. Because he won he decided to never wear underwear again!

 

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Just now, danielE288 said:

Outnumbered about 25 to 1 here. Could get ugly tonight

It's ugly anyway when Tiger supporters are involved.

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Just now, danielE288 said:

Outnumbered about 25 to 1 here. Could get ugly tonight

The ferrals can smell an easy kill and have come in numbers 

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1 minute ago, danielE288 said:

Outnumbered about 25 to 1 here. Could get ugly tonight

Stay away from the grog squad!

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T Mac and Frost walked out together, warmed up together for a while, walked back in together chatting the whole way.

Backline Bros tonight?

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