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20 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

Are the Demons capable of coming out and displaying some shinboner spirit?

If they don’t I’ll be drinking some sort of spirit.

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Another game day arrives for us Demon diehards.  Another evening of:

* Threats to smash the TV.

* Threats to inflict pain upon an assortment of MFC players.

* Forgetting I am at home, not at the game, and yelling abuse at players/umpires/commentators/random people.

* The family cat giving my feet a wide berth.

* My wife repeatedly saying “language, please!” from wherever she might be in the house.

* Checking her whereabouts whilst sneaking to the fridge for some calming fluid.

* Taking off my “lucky” game day Demons polo shirt off and driving it into the washing basket from 5 metres away.

* Going to bed in a grumpy mood.

* Waking up thinking about next weeks game.

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Viney to kick the winning goal on the run with 55 seconds left to win a high scoring affair - 6.10.46 to 4.17.41

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I was in Darwin for the game last year.

..…. sigh.... wish I was there again....

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I have no idea why I believe we will win tonight but I think we will.

Dees by 9 points.

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26 minutes ago, ProperDee said:

Another game day arrives for us Demon diehards.  Another evening of:

* Threats to smash the TV.

* Threats to inflict pain upon an assortment of MFC players.

* Forgetting I am at home, not at the game, and yelling abuse at players/umpires/commentators/random people.

* The family cat giving my feet a wide berth.

* My wife repeatedly saying “language, please!” from wherever she might be in the house.

* Checking her whereabouts whilst sneaking to the fridge for some calming fluid.

* Taking off my “lucky” game day Demons polo shirt off and driving it into the washing basket from 5 metres away.

* Going to bed in a grumpy mood.

* Waking up thinking about next weeks game.

A quite comprehensive list Proper.

However, I would ad spanking the maid.

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Brayshaw got 37 touches and 3 goals ik the corresponding game last year.

C’mon Goody, put him the guts tonight.

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At least we wont have to put up with Razer Ray tonight making the game all about himself

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20 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

A quite comprehensive list Proper.

However, I would ad spanking the maid.

Is she a crows fan?

You should change your name to deeviant or do we have one already?

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19 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

At least we wont have to put up with Razer Ray tonight making the game all about himself

I like rr. Although he was full on last night but those toigs need to be put back in their box.

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1 hour ago, ProperDee said:

Another game day arrives for us Demon diehards.  Another evening of:

* Threats to smash the TV.

* Threats to inflict pain upon an assortment of MFC players.

* Forgetting I am at home, not at the game, and yelling abuse at players/umpires/commentators/random people.

* The family cat giving my feet a wide berth.

* My wife repeatedly saying “language, please!” from wherever she might be in the house.

* Checking her whereabouts whilst sneaking to the fridge for some calming fluid.

* Taking off my “lucky” game day Demons polo shirt off and driving it into the washing basket from 5 metres away.

* Going to bed in a grumpy mood.

* Waking up thinking about next weeks game.

More like a demon diesoon from an aneurysm!

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58 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Viney to kick the winning goal on the run with 55 seconds left to win a high scoring affair - 6.10.46 to 4.17.41

He's more likely to get caught trying to shrug a third tackler on the run from 30m out

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I’ll be at a gig watching a great band and not giving a flying fruitbat! \m/

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2 hours ago, ProperDee said:

Another game day arrives for us Demon diehards.  Another evening of:

* Threats to smash the TV.

* Threats to inflict pain upon an assortment of MFC players.

* Forgetting I am at home, not at the game, and yelling abuse at players/umpires/commentators/random people.

* The family cat giving my feet a wide berth.

* My wife repeatedly saying “language, please!” from wherever she might be in the house.

* Checking her whereabouts whilst sneaking to the fridge for some calming fluid.

* Taking off my “lucky” game day Demons polo shirt off and driving it into the washing basket from 5 metres away.

* Going to bed in a grumpy mood.

* Waking up thinking about next weeks game.

OMG, are you my twin?

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1 hour ago, John Demonic said:

He's more likely to get caught trying to shrug a third tackler on the run from 30m out

Won’t happen. He won’t get past the second.

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Still have no idea how Spargo gets a game!! I would play Weeds instead put him at CHF with Jeffy at his feet! The other thing I would do is play Clarry AT FF for periods of time. Call it madness but I would give it a try!

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1 minute ago, picket fence said:

Still have no idea how Spargo gets a game!!

Agreed, as long as the footy department wants to pick passengers, this team will really struggle to win. Perhaps that is the plan rather than tanking in games. 

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We can win this game but probably wont. As long as they don't do to us as the windies did to the pakies last night.

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Look at the teams we have beaten, and the manner in which we won.

Then look at the teams we have been beaten by, and the manner in which we lost those games.

 

The Crows arent a great team, but we will be lucky to still be in this match at halftime imo.

 

 

P.S. Goody to mention "connection/s" at least 2 times in the post match presser. 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, ding said:

Look at the teams we have beaten, and the manner in which we won.

Then look at the teams we have been beaten by, and the manner in which we lost those games.

 

The Crows arent a great team, but we will be lucky to still be in this match at halftime imo.

 

 

P.S. Goody to mention "connection/s" at least 2 times in the post match presser. 

 

 

Only 2!

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So who ended up as the travelling emergencies?

thanks

Wouldn't mind getting down to Werribee but it's a long way round the ring road etc

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18 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

So who ended up as the travelling emergencies?

thanks

Wouldn't mind getting down to Werribee but it's a long way round the ring road etc

Not feeling the best today so unfortunately I won't be going to Werribee even though it is not far. What happened to VFL games on tv?

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