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1 hour ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Looking at the radar is looks like there will be a fair bit of run hitting towards the start of the game.

Gus in the Richmond post match interview “We were licking our lips when the rain came down at quarter time” 

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Bloody wives always complaining... "Have a shave" "mow the lawns" "stop drinking Drambuie at 7am in the morning"    

It’s a very different feeling being a Demons supporter this season. I am torn between being elated at the string of successes and worried sick that the wheels will fall off! I find it really difficult

Surprised not to see more love for May. Won some big 1on1 contests out there tonight

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13 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

According to the tv at the ground Jones is the medical sub

Tv at the ground?!?! Crikey someone is a keen bean!

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1 hour ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Looking at the radar is looks like there will be a fair bit of run hitting towards the start of the game.

wind shifting to sw so rain belt should move north of the g......so here's hoping

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Down from Brisbane, I’m dressed ready for an expedition to Antarctica!

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Haha, seems rather mild for us southerners. Hat should suffice I think.

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1 minute ago, ProperDee said:

Down from Brisbane, I’m dressed ready for an expedition to Antarctica!

Hahaha it’s not even cold you Queenslander. It’s a very mild night. 

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BOM says 11 degrees tonight hence I will be walking like the Michelin Man.  I was in a singlet and shorts at home this morning in 27 degrees!

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2 minutes ago, ProperDee said:

I was in a singlet and shorts at home this morning in 27 degrees!

Don't worry, it'll be 27 degrees at the MCG tonight as well.  Fahrenheit, that is.

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17 minutes ago, danielE288 said:

Is it a hat or beanie kind of night?

I’d go beanie. Seems mild now but is bound to be chilly in a couple. 

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23 minutes ago, ProperDee said:

BOM says 11 degrees tonight hence I will be walking like the Michelin Man.  I was in a singlet and shorts at home this morning in 27 degrees!

Where was that....Mildura?

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Chowing down at the Barassi pub pre-match.  Hoping the boys are hungry for a bit of Swan tonight!

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45 minutes ago, ProperDee said:

Down from Brisbane, I’m dressed ready for an expedition to Antarctica!

The last couple of trips down south to the G, I've worn skins under my jeans. Much warmer!

I'm Just another soft qlder

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19 minutes ago, Brownie said:

The last couple of trips down south to the G, I've worn skins under my jeans. Much warmer!

I'm Just another soft qlder

I am the same. A soft or sensible, looking for comfort, Victorian. 

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44 minutes ago, Rusty Nails said:

Chowing down at the Barassi pub pre-match.  Hoping the boys are hungry for a bit of Swan tonight!

Some pate with my cheese selection and Penfolds.mmmm.

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Can someone please tell me the last time we beat the sawns at the G.

Last dees v swans game i went to at the g ...Goodes tore us apart.

 

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9 minutes ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

Absolutely pathetic crowd again this week. We will be outnumbered by Swans fans at our own home game. Incredible 

That really annoys me. 7 zip....where the hell is everyone?

Tx for going Kitp.

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6 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

Can someone please tell me the last time we beat the sawns at the G.

Last dees v swans game i went to at the g ...Goodes tore us apart.

 

2010.

We’re about 3-9 at the MCG against Sydney since 2000

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