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Got a 1.2kg picanha and farofa, a 1964 padron and a fridge full of Heineken cans...

Time for a good day lads and ladies let's kick em while they are down, that's what they done to us, they all did.

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Dont care about the score as long as Buckley doesnt go out a winner.

I havent forgiven the bastards for making us miss finals a few years back.

Rub their noses in it Dees.

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7 hours ago, Josh said:

Got a 1.2kg picanha and farofa, a 1964 padron and a fridge full of Heineken cans...

And we wonder why they call us snobs! ?

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6 hours ago, Nascent said:

2 minute noodles smothered by craft singles with a refreshing lime green cordial made up in a 40/60 ratio.

That doesn't sound too appetising but each to their own Nas.

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Collingwood is my second team”

- said no one, ever. 
 

The entire footy world (bar the filth) are behind us. 
Let’s do this!

GO DEEEEZ!!!!

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4 minutes ago, Better days ahead said:

That doesn't sound too appetising but each to their own Nas.

Dude, you haven’t lived. ?

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We’re coming off the back of 2 excellent performances so confidence is sky high. We coasted for a few rounds before that but I don’t want to see us coast today. The pies have been terrible but they’ll lift for Buckley’s last game you’d think. I want to see a full-blooded effort, no prisoners taken. Ultimately wins are all that matters but given the opposition and context I want to see us smash the pies

Hoping all our Sydney brethren can get along to support the team and enjoy a great win over the old enemy

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7 hours ago, Nascent said:

2 minute noodles smothered by craft singles with a refreshing lime green cordial made up in a 40/60 ratio.

Woollies stock a nice drop of 2021 green...

And only $3.25!

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Forgot to add the incredible price drop
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24 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

And we wonder why they call us snobs! ?

Yeah I guess that's fair... Not really helping the progression of stereotypes

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7 hours ago, Josh said:

Got a 1.2kg picanha and farofa, a 1964 padron and a fridge full of Heineken cans...

Time for a good day lads and ladies let's kick em while they are down, that's what they done to us, they all did.

Wow. I have no idea what the first three of those things are but it all sounds impressive. Enjoy the day Josh. 

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8 hours ago, Josh said:

Got a 1.2kg picanha and farofa, a 1964 padron and a fridge full of Heineken cans...

Time for a good day lads and ladies let's kick em while they are down, that's what they done to us, they all did.

Who drinks Heineken?

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Excellent. Breakfast game here with a 7:20 am start, shakshuka and fresh coffee on the menu.

What a round so far, with so many close upsets. May this not be another one of them, but rather a casual belting of the old enemy. Go Dees

 

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Well your good old Uncle Bitter is back after a spell of enforced rehab. ...... and a better man for it no doubt. I'm positively uplifted at the moment.

Very [censored] that the game is in Sydley - the Olympic city as I had big plans for the footy  (and after) today! 

As has been said elsewhere, the filth will come out hard right from the start. I expect they will stay in it until about halfway through the second and then our class should start to tell.

We've suffered some costly losses to the filth at times and now it's time to put the boots in and give Bucks an unhappy send off.

Dees to win by 38 points and sit happily atop the ladder going into the bye.

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I'll be taking advantage of the single social buddy rule to have a fellow coterie member over for the game. The forecast is for light winds and sun so the plan is to drag the tv and one of the sofas onto the deck. Today's beer will be Mack Daddy from Moondog Brewery as we're now officially in winter.  

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