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‘Demonstone’ you forgot ‘rjay’ 

‘rjay’ always uses quotation marks when addressing posters. It’s an ‘rjay’ thing. So, ‘demonstone’ please remember ‘rjay’ next time.

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35 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

Capitalists When Someone Types In Lower Case GIF - Capitalists When Someone  Types In Lower Case Angry - Discover & Share GIFs

You keep your anti-capitalist agenda out of this you lower case Bolshie! 😉

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4 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Haha!! Deeluded and The Northern Stand  

Elsternwick Park is still a bog

Don't forget the misogynistic rants as well!

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4 hours ago, Demonstone said:

Sir Why You Little:     This is what a typical Demonland thread looks like.

Lord Nev:     No it's not.  I'm sorry SWYL, but you've got it all wrong.

binman:     I'd like to add a brief comment but we all know that's not bloody likely.

old dee:     This thread will never be any good.  It's doomed to fail dismally.

picket fence:     Sheeeit!!!!!  I'm more EXCITED about this thread than BIG KEV could ever be!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Jaded No More:     I (censored) hate Geelong and this thread is almost as bad.

Clintosaurus:     The umpires will influence this thread.  It's the narrative that the AFL and media want.

Lucifers Hero:     Can the thread title be changed to "What They Are Saying At Brunton Avenue"?

daisycutter:     i don't see how capital letters could possibly improve this thread.

Ethan Tremblay:     This thread has sewn up a trade coup for MFC.  Make of that what you will.

Bitter but optimistic:     Has anybody "maid" a double entendre yet?

WalkingCivilWar:     Have some "manors" Uncle Bitters.  Soz, but Ima say it anyways.

faultydet:     Sigh.  This is just more woke virtue signalling.

rpfc:     I've nothing to say but here's a GIF for you.

Cranky Franky:     I object to everybody and everything in this stupid thread.

dazzledavey36:     I've been watching this thread since its junior days and knew it would make the top level.

willmoy:     This is a biased thread because of the maggots.

adonski:     This thread would be far better if Jacob van Rooyen was in it.

Demonstone:     Oh dear.  This thread is riddled with spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.

WERRIDEE:     I've made up a possible team using the names of all the posters in this thread.

Demonland:     This thread is now closed.  Take it to the "Changes For Next Thread" please.

 

Could not have said it better dstone. 

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13 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

I miss Deeluded.

Couldn't write a sentence to save himself but.. 

I miss trying to decipher what the bloody hell he was on about! You tried clarifying and he'd take you down some other weird and wonderful rabbit hole. It was like having a conversation with the serial pest, Peter Hore!

 

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1 minute ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

I miss trying to decipher what the bloody hell he was on about! You tried clarifying and he'd take you down some other weird and wonderful rabbit hole. It was like having a conversation with the serial pest, Peter Hore!

 

So true 🤣

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44 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Haha!! Deeluded and The Northern Stand  

Elsternwick Park is still a bog

Back then dl was convinced that the Northern Stand 'people' were the sole reason as to why we never won games ... it was all their fault

And the hub of course ... if we, as a group, had a place to visit after the games to have a coffee, we'd have also won more games

None of it ever made any sense

However, he is missed as he was part of what we are - a motley crew

 

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3 minutes ago, Macca said:

Back then dl was convinced that the Northern Stand 'people' were the sole reason as to why we never won games ... it was all their fault

And the hub of course ... if we, as a group, had a place to visit after the games to have a coffee, we'd have also won more games

None of it ever made any sense

However, he is missed as he was part of what we are - the motley crew

 

From memory, his logic was something along the lines of there being too many backslappers in the Northern Stand that detached young players from reality and gave them too high an opinion of themselves. If there were only a community hub, they might start rubbing shoulders with salt of the earth types like himself and becoming more humble and better footballers. Supposedly, coaches no longer being able to give Ron Barassi/Norm Smith style sprays didn't help things either.

Never mind that we had a VFL quality midfield in 2012, a generation of draftees who either went on to success elsewhere or were wound up after 50 odd games, a CEO who was making draft selections, a sponsorship deal with a inveterate racist internet troll whose business model was built on a house of sand, and a coach whose first post game presser is used in AFL training circles as an example of not what to do.

I'm sure the latter set of examples had nothing to do why we were shot. It was all the social club and Northern Stand.

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6 minutes ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

From memory, his logic was something along the lines of there being too many backslappers in the Northern Stand that detached young players from reality and gave them too high an opinion of themselves. If there were only a community hub, they might start rubbing shoulders with salt of the earth types like himself and becoming more humble and better footballers. Supposedly, coaches no longer being able to give Ron Barassi/Norm Smith style sprays didn't help things either.

Never mind that we had a VFL quality midfield in 2012, a generation of draftees who either went on to success elsewhere or were wound up after 50 odd games, a CEO who was making draft selections, a sponsorship deal with a inveterate racist internet troll whose business model was built on a house of sand, and a coach whose first post game presser is used in AFL training circles as an example of not what to do.

I'm sure the latter set of examples had nothing to do why we were shot. It was all the social club and Northern Stand.

I never came back at him harshly, there was no point

He meant well

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Just now, Macca said:

I never came back at him harshly, there was no point

He meant well

It was part of his charm. I never really gave him a bake either. 

It was more...

blink-182 wtf GIF

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A serious question, given the amount of posts on any given day,,,, are we either

A Unemployed and have nothing better to do than post on Demonland?

B Employed and using company time to post discretely on Demonland?

C Politicians, Tax Collectors, Itinerants and Cameramen for speed camera's who post on Demonlander coz there aint much to do?

D Retirees with nothing better to do than post on Demonland?

E Connected in some way to the MFC?

F Unspecified category?

 

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1 hour ago, Macca said:

Deeluded's rants about the Northern Stand & the would-be hub in Elwood were priceless

Every day for close on 10 years.  Multiple posts per day as well on both non-talking points.  Stickability skills to the fore

And how about Rhino & Bub? ... the use of the like-type function only for those 2 now

 

Putting on a chastity belt and throwing away the key for them.

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13 minutes ago, picket fence said:

A serious question, given the amount of posts on any given day,,,, are we either

A Unemployed and have nothing better to do than post on Demonland?

B Employed and using company time to post discretely on Demonland?

C Politicians, Tax Collectors, Itinerants and Cameramen for speed camera's who post on Demonlander coz there aint much to do?

D Retirees with nothing better to do than post on Demonland?

E Connected in some way to the MFC?

F Unspecified category?

 

B for me

I'm doing this on the company laptop, it cant be traced back to me right?!?

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1 hour ago, picket fence said:

A serious question, given the amount of posts on any given day,,,, are we either

A Unemployed and have nothing better to do than post on Demonland?

B Employed and using company time to post discretely on Demonland?

C Politicians, Tax Collectors, Itinerants and Cameramen for speed camera's who post on Demonlander coz there aint much to do?

D Retirees with nothing better to do than post on Demonland?

E Connected in some way to the MFC?

F Unspecified category?

 

D - it is the highlight of my day

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When you say “Connected in some way to the MFC” does emotionally connected count?

Asking for a friend who’s psych. ward level obsessed with the MFC and if brutally honest would admit to loving the Dees more than her own children. And not just a little more. A bunch more. 

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FMD - the censors are into action already !!!!!!

I would really like to know why my post and those associated with it were removed.

I realise I can be offensive at times  but ......... that post ....... give me a break !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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