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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by JGK on Fri 30 Jun 2017, 04:14

Apparently* chicks actually like the long stay at the crease.

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Bradman on Fri 30 Jun 2017, 04:29

With someone that fidgety that's all they're likely to get. Good thing she wears glasses.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Big Dog on Sat 19 May 2018, 08:42

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Post by Nath on Sat 19 May 2018, 09:28

I guess we'll end up with a lot of babies named Meghan over the next 9-12 months
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Post by Red on Sat 19 May 2018, 14:53

Have noticed that many girls with the spelling Megan, insist that their name is pronounced MEGan. The old Meegan is not so popular these days.
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Post by beamer on Sat 19 May 2018, 15:46

Red wrote:Have noticed that many girls with the spelling Megan, insist that their name is pronounced MEGan. The old Meegan is not so popular these days.
We’ve always pronounced it the first way over here, I’ve only heard the other version in Aussie soaps.

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Post by taipan on Sat 19 May 2018, 15:49

beamer wrote:
Red wrote:Have noticed that many girls with the spelling Megan, insist that their name is pronounced MEGan. The old Meegan is not so popular these days.
We’ve always pronounced it the first way over here, I’ve only heard the other version in Aussie soaps.

Same here. Don't think I've ever seen an Aussie soap.
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Post by beamer on Sat 19 May 2018, 15:52

taipan wrote:
beamer wrote:
Red wrote:Have noticed that many girls with the spelling Megan, insist that their name is pronounced MEGan. The old Meegan is not so popular these days.
We’ve always pronounced it the first way over here, I’ve only heard the other version in Aussie soaps.

Same here. Don't think I've ever seen an Aussie soap.
They were the biggest thing on TV back in the day (late 80s and throughout the 90s, really)... not sure if the same was true in SA?

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Post by taipan on Sat 19 May 2018, 15:58

beamer wrote:
taipan wrote:
beamer wrote:
Red wrote:Have noticed that many girls with the spelling Megan, insist that their name is pronounced MEGan. The old Meegan is not so popular these days.
We’ve always pronounced it the first way over here, I’ve only heard the other version in Aussie soaps.

Same here. Don't think I've ever seen an Aussie soap.
They were the biggest thing on TV back in the day (late 80s and throughout the 90s, really)... not sure if the same was true in SA?

Might have been on here. Never watched them.
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Post by beamer on Sat 19 May 2018, 16:43

I’d like to say you were missing out, but not so sure really... let’s just say, we didn’t quite have the same choice of multi-channel sport and big budget box sets back then!

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Post by PeterCS on Sat 19 May 2018, 17:20

If they could reduce the civil list to two, it'd be a right royal weeding.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by horace on Sat 19 May 2018, 22:30

is it over yet?
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Post by PeterCS on Sat 19 May 2018, 22:51

Long over.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by lardbucket on Sun 20 May 2018, 01:04

beamer wrote:
taipan wrote:
beamer wrote:
Red wrote:Have noticed that many girls with the spelling Megan, insist that their name is pronounced MEGan. The old Meegan is not so popular these days.
We’ve always pronounced it the first way over here, I’ve only heard the other version in Aussie soaps.

Same here. Don't think I've ever seen an Aussie soap.
They were the biggest thing on TV back in the day (late 80s and throughout the 90s, really)... not sure if the same was true in SA?

I believe they were on over here as well, but have never watched them. 'Neighbours' was a bit like Fosters, I think ... surprisingly popular in England but thought very poor fare in Australia. Still, they both put dollars in Oz pockets I guess.

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Post by lardbucket on Sun 20 May 2018, 01:06

JGK wrote:FWIW, Pip Middleton has a nice bod but average face.   Nothing that couldn't be overcome by bigger cans mind you.

Can I belatedly nominate this for 'gold'?

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by embee on Sun 20 May 2018, 01:13



Nice Dress Lizzie
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Post by lardbucket on Sun 20 May 2018, 01:14

nice work

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by beamer on Sun 20 May 2018, 11:06

lardbucket wrote:
beamer wrote:
taipan wrote:
beamer wrote:
Red wrote:Have noticed that many girls with the spelling Megan, insist that their name is pronounced MEGan. The old Meegan is not so popular these days.
We’ve always pronounced it the first way over here, I’ve only heard the other version in Aussie soaps.

Same here. Don't think I've ever seen an Aussie soap.
They were the biggest thing on TV back in the day (late 80s and throughout the 90s, really)... not sure if the same was true in SA?

I believe they were on over here as well, but have never watched them. 'Neighbours' was a bit like Fosters, I think ... surprisingly popular in England but thought very poor fare in Australia. Still, they both put dollars in Oz pockets I guess.
Yeah... launched Kylie’s career, of course, 30 years ago. And a whole host of flash in the pan/wannabe pop stars in the subsequent years.

I think it, along with Home and Away, is still on Channel 5 (the unfashionable backwater of our “traditional” TV channels) but don’t think many watch them these days. I wonder if they still do the Neighbours set tours in Melbourne, or whether there’s too few of the current backpacker generation who care...

Fosters, agree on that one. Shit adverts as well. “For the thirsty”, says the latest one - well, you’d have to be bloody thirsty to drink that catpiss, I guess!

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Post by taipan on Sun 20 May 2018, 13:29

beamer wrote:
lardbucket wrote:
beamer wrote:
taipan wrote:
beamer wrote:
Red wrote:Have noticed that many girls with the spelling Megan, insist that their name is pronounced MEGan. The old Meegan is not so popular these days.
We’ve always pronounced it the first way over here, I’ve only heard the other version in Aussie soaps.

Same here. Don't think I've ever seen an Aussie soap.
They were the biggest thing on TV back in the day (late 80s and throughout the 90s, really)... not sure if the same was true in SA?

I believe they were on over here as well, but have never watched them. 'Neighbours' was a bit like Fosters, I think ... surprisingly popular in England but thought very poor fare in Australia. Still, they both put dollars in Oz pockets I guess.
Yeah... launched Kylie’s career, of course, 30 years ago. And a whole host of flash in the pan/wannabe pop stars in the subsequent years.

I think it, along with Home and Away, is still on Channel 5 (the unfashionable backwater of our “traditional” TV channels) but don’t think many watch them these days. I wonder if they still do the Neighbours set tours in Melbourne, or whether there’s too few of the current backpacker generation who care...

Fosters, agree on that one. Shit adverts as well. “For the thirsty”, says the latest one - well, you’d have to be bloody thirsty to drink that catpiss, I guess!

All relative I guess. Last time I was in the UK in 85 I was drinking Fosters from the tap. Not a bad Lager. Far preferable to bitter or mild, which were serious horsepiss.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by horace on Sun 20 May 2018, 20:38

Taips, I can remember drinking some decent yarp brews, but have forgotten their names (prolly had too many).

Oz has had a renaissance of craft brews over the last decade along with the other basics of the Ploughman's lunch - decent artisan bread and cheese. Is SA experiencing the same?
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Post by Big Dog on Sun 20 May 2018, 22:45

horace wrote:Taips, I can remember drinking some decent yarp brews, but have forgotten their names (prolly had too many).

Oz has had a renaissance of craft brews over the last decade along with the other basics of the Ploughman's lunch - decent artisan bread and cheese. Is SA experiencing the same?

Castle?
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Post by horace on Sun 20 May 2018, 23:41

Big Dog wrote:
horace wrote:Taips, I can remember drinking some decent yarp brews, but have forgotten their names (prolly had too many).

Oz has had a renaissance of craft brews over the last decade along with the other basics of the Ploughman's lunch - decent artisan bread and cheese. Is SA experiencing the same?

Castle?

That's it BD. Thanks.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by skully on Sun 20 May 2018, 23:57

Am I the only person in the world who filed this event under "H" for HGAF?

Or is that harsh on my part? What a yawn fest.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by JGK on Mon 21 May 2018, 00:26

skully wrote:Am I the only person in the world who filed this event under "H" for HGAF?

Or is that harsh on my part? What a yawn fest.

Harry Gets A F****?

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Post by skully on Mon 21 May 2018, 00:35

Ah yes, should've been "WGAF". Embarassed
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