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8 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Boy, Demonland is in a bad mood. Imagine what it will be like when we lose!

Surely by now people have stopped caring 

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9 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Boy, Demonland is in a bad mood. Imagine what it will be like when we lose!

Will be looking forward to the creative excuses from the regular turd polishers. Their calling is getting tougher by the week. 

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Can’t wait to watch another game of putrid skills. 

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Wow a few beers and a chill out needed for DL. Or maybe some meds

been  tough year but chin up guys. We’ll win tonight

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If we win it better be by 186 points, anything else and it will be just meh.

 

 

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35 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Boy, Demonland is in a bad mood. Imagine what it will be like when we lose!

Actually  Chook. Im in a great mood

About to head out to dinner. My evening can't  be soured or enhanced by anything the Dees do just as I can't  affect anything  they do. Win Win

Go Dees or not. Que sera sera

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Saints by plenty... this week I’ve given up the drink for awhile, I don’t even have that to look forward too pppfffftttttt.

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I’m heading out for a nice dinner instead of going to the game. I’ve never felt this apathetic about the club, even during the Neeld years. This year is a pathetic mess.

I hope those that attend the match tonight get to enjoy themselves and watch a win, but it’s unlikely.

Silver lining is even if we win, we’ll still be behind Carlton and could get Noah Anderson with pick 2!

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1 hour ago, forever demons said:

if you are one up on me what year was that ,was it 54,if so are you about a very young 70

Nope, it was 1948, and sadly I left the; 'very young 70s' behind quite some time ago.  I desperately need another Flag before the long sleep.

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The 20 odd members browsing this thread right now is about on par with the amount of people inside this wonderful stadium at the minute. 

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3 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

The 20 odd members browsing this thread right now is about on par with the amount of people inside this wonderful stadium at the minute. 

We don’t like to travel to away games 😂

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Kicking back with a cold frothy Guinness and a meat pie (with salad of course!). Come what may. We’re calmly enjoying the best dry season up this way for yonks. Go Dees!

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Since the bye we are 2-3 with a % around 97%  and we’ve played 2 top 4 teams

reaching for positives but we are playing better as the season goes

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Pulled out at the last second today. Really have no urgency or desire to attend the final few matches. Will be watching from home. But I've been to 8 matches this year and seen only 1 win (vs Carlton). Done for the year.

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Well we aren't making finals so Im just going to sit back and watch the game and have no expectations. If we get thrashed well it happens if we win great. At least I won't have to watch Preuss drop simple marks. 

Just a random thought why we are we the only club that doesn't have our name in our theme song? The pies have good old collingwood, geelong have we are geelong, richimnd have the tigerland words, anyway thats what this season has come down to when you are performing so bad. Just random things you focus on. 

 

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They might struggle to get 10,000 people here. Where are all the Dees fans at?

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Decided to turn up tonight against my better judgement. Had a nice pizza on Southbank before the match at least let’s hope the team does something remotely useful

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Really no need for the Disco jumper. 

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Membrey and Bruce had a pep in their step when they came on the ground and saw they were playing the Dees. 

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Other than the demon army, anyone else here tonight?  Feels like a Prahran vs Frankston game from the 70s. 

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2 minutes ago, frankie_d said:

Feels like a Prahran vs Frankston game from the 70s. 

Well, I mean, isn't it?

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