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3 hours ago, Grouse said:

Demonland couples therapy:

Partner A.  'your always being negative and finding problems, can't you just be positive and give some compliments once in a while? We have so much to be positive about.' 

Partner b.  'I'm not being negative im critically analysing the situation and addressing the problems so things can be even better.  They're easy to fix if we focus on them and then once they're fixed I will give compliments.' 

Therapist.  'I see this isn't going to be a one session fix'.  

Therapist: 'partner b, is it possible that rather than critically analysing things, the opposite is true and you are acting from emotion. Which might be resulting identifying symptoms of the problems, but not understanding the underlying cause an therefore  finding it difficult to find effective solutions?

Partner b: acting from emotion? Symptoms? Bugger off - we're out of here you peanut.

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19 hours ago, binman said:

So, if understand you correctly EO - we are going to hammer the lions!

and then we will be The Hammer of the Lions

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1 minute ago, Sideshow Bob said:

Fashion Rihanna GIF by Amazon Prime VideoAnyone still got any negativity or has the veil been lifted

There’s a few on game day and post game thread bemoaning the fact we gave away some late goals - I kid you not

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OMG why all the unwarranted positivity after last night?  After all we only kicked 1.3 in the last quarter, and actually lost the final quarter of the H&A season.  Woe is me. 😱😱☹️😥

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7 hours ago, Engorged Onion said:

Great times in the Members last night eh @Brownie

One of the best games I've been to. Great seats and heaps of room after half time.

The booing was unreal. Even booing BBB lining up for goal and there watching them boo their own team off at half time.

Spent most of my life in Brisvegas and a lot of them are Fairweather supporters / bandwagon riders.

I had a ball. How'd you go?

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19 hours ago, Pennant St Dee said:

There’s a few on game day and post game thread bemoaning the fact we gave away some late goals - I kid you not

I was one of them. I was calling the game as I saw it and thought they were cheap goals to give away which most would believe was correct. Also if we get pipped by a splifteenth of a % and have to go to Sydney first week it could be seen as a valid concern.

Moved on from it now but would hardly think those comments were veil of negativity worthy. 

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