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22 minutes ago, Deepfreeze said:

Finals are included.

All MFC games.

Don’t shoot me. I’m only the translator. 😉

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29 minutes ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

Shame you weren't here when Deeluded was doing the rounds.

A lot more verbiage may have become understandable.

I actually don’t speak Deeludedish. I guess I could look it up on Babel or Duolingo. 🤔

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59 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Allow me: (I speak fluent 58erish.)

B(est) and F(airest) votes are only (for) H(ome) and Away…

You’re welcome!

Ta.

I read it as:

Best Friends Forever only bite at Home and Away and are not FINAL as far as Count Dracula on Friday night is concerned 

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3 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

I actually don’t speak Deeludedish. I guess I could look it up on Babel or Duolingo. 🤔

I’d suggest reading Infinite Jest or Finnegan’s Wake. They’d be immeasurably more useful references to decode a lot of what he posted on here about.

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55 minutes ago, In Harmes Way said:

It took me three times to click the Laugh icon but it was worth it

now if you had included bolding, underlining, italicising, strike-outs, random images, multiple font changes and vitriolic attacks on the northern stand and women, i'd have given you a cigar

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On 12/18/2021 at 12:39 AM, DubDee said:

Clarry - what can you say?
3 BnFs at 24 years of age

could go down as one the greatest ever Demons, top 3 ever.

An absolute beast

Couldn't agree more. I've never seen an MFC midfielder like him - and he hasn't even had a quarter life crisis yet. 

We'll look back on his career lucky to have witnessed him in his prime. 

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On 12/21/2021 at 7:26 AM, Chook said:

Our entire midfield (including Oliver) went missing for large chunks of that game.

Disagree. 
Crows was the best game Oliver has played in his career IMO.

and the best home and away performance by any of our players this year.

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3 minutes ago, 1964_2 said:

Disagree. 
Crows was the best game Oliver has played in his career IMO.

and the best home and away performance by any of our players this year.

Just because Clarry has the ability to get 10 possy’s in 10 minutes, doesn’t mean he has gone missing when gets 6-7 possessions in a quarter. 

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There aren’t enough superlatives to describe our Clayton Oliver, I was always a tad jealous of the Big clubs who had superstars running around getting all the plaudits but not since Clarry hit his straps, he is equal to or better than all the rest. Plus we have Max and Tracc and a host of others to support him.

Bloody love Clayton.💕❤️💙

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16 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

are you changing your moniker to dnegative now?

No way I'm positive I'm negative. It was such a great night I'm sure I rebuffed any possible infection through the aura of joy that surrounded me. In truth has been enveloping me since we won, continued at the G replay and will continue until we are no longer premiers.

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21 hours ago, daisycutter said:

now if you had included bolding, underlining, italicising, strike-outs, random images, multiple font changes and vitriolic attacks on the northern stand and women, i'd have given you a cigar

More likely you'd have accused me of being him under an alias. 

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24 minutes ago, dpositive said:

As predicted now Positive I'm negative.

No spread to or from me from the best B&F I've attended.

Someone must have reported.

Hope everyone ok.

Especially the players who were there

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On 12/21/2021 at 10:07 PM, daisycutter said:

now if you had included bolding, underlining, italicising, strike-outs, random images, multiple font changes and vitriolic attacks on the northern stand and women, i'd have given you a cigar

You are forgetting his greatest crime…

,,,

 

Sarah Silverman Eww GIF by HULU

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

 

I'm still trying to digest this from a punting point of view. 

IMHO - Geelong and West Coast have the greatest competitive advantage with recruits and home ground. But they have seemingly the worst list/age profiles.

Unfortunately Essendon look good.

The problem is if your team is no good the coaches still need to give votes, so teams in our age profile for votes might be gifting them to players whereas Oliver and Petracca are just destroying sides.

 

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On 12/21/2021 at 10:07 PM, daisycutter said:

now if you had included bolding, underlining, italicising, strike-outs, random images, multiple font changes and vitriolic attacks on the northern stand and women, i'd have given you a cigar

I’m intrigued. This person sounds so interesting. 🤔

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3 minutes ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

If a standard deeluded post could be analogized as a YouTube video, it would be this one.

 

WTF was THAT?!

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