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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by embee on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 01:42

well played , Vomits

amazingly only needed one wozzie in your team to win the Shield

perhaps the bIllies should get some if they want to go one better next year
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by horace on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 02:40

rofl at S and E

embee...you need a few more vix to be competitive (portrait of me)
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by skully on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 05:36

horace wrote:rofl at S and E
How very gracious of you, h.

Bit like the Melbourne Victory after the A-League Granny. Cool
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by skully on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 05:39

skully wrote:All over Nath? Well done to the Viles.

Best team all season. Cool
[from yesty] For h's benefit. Must be a sore winner. shrug
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by horace on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 06:01

skully wrote:
skully wrote:All over Nath? Well done to the Viles.

Best team all season.
[from yesty] For h's benefit. Must be a sore winner.

hardly...am feeling no pain...btw my first post today was acknowledging the effort and promise shown by the billies..

as for festiball it has always been something of an embarassment that we mostly win that comp too...still those sydneyites in their jolly pale blue shirts deserved their win
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Post by Mick Sawyer on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 06:55

Well done you Vic feckers. Any chance we put that Stuart Law thing to one side now?
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by horace on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 06:59

Ta Mick

slaw, sadly for the bills, offended all the other states and so there is not likely to an end in this for some time...

Nick jewell in his post game speech to the team talked about how the blokes in the next dressing room had inflicted a bit of pain on Vic in the past and so it was nice they were copping some back
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Post by skully on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 07:35

Ah, Slaw - the one common topic that unites all other States outside Qld. Whatta qunt. Cool
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Post by Mick Sawyer on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 07:59

horace wrote:Ta Mick

slaw, sadly for the bills, offended all the other states and so there is not likely to an end in this for some time...

Nick jewell in his post game speech to the team talked about how the blokes in the next dressing room had inflicted a bit of pain on Vic in the past and so it was nice they were copping some back

I was thinking that the Vic payback regime must have an interest rate calculated by Don Corleoni.
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Post by Mick Sawyer on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 08:02

skully wrote:Ah, Slaw - the one common topic that unites all other States outside Qld. Whatta qunt. Cool

Our very own nob. Without doin' the Gabba D thing, I've been about the sheds a couple of times. Enough to confirm the reputation is not just bad press alone.
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by skully on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 08:46

Ta, Mick. Nice to know. Twisted Evil
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by WideWally on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 09:47

Fred Nerk wrote:
WideWally wrote:It would have been a different story if James Hopes was able to bat in the second innings.

Gday Shortie! Where ya been hiding these last squillion years me old mucker? Still the unluckiest bowler ever to pick up a cricket ball?

Translation please?

........ and they reckon horrie is full of jibberish!

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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by skully on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 10:00

Nerkles on the turps???

Is he inferring you are shortkeeper? cyclops
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by WideWally on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 10:10

Gawd knows!
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Post by Fred Nerk on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 11:11

The ref to Hopes injury made me recall the lamentable Shortkeeper's reaction to the 03-04 result - it was Just Not Fair that Vic didn't set Qld a realistic target and besides, itt was Just Not Faiir that the two teams played both their home and away games early in the season.

I think he blew the Sookometer into a million pieces.

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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by skully on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 11:15

Ah, fine memory there, Nerks. You had us all farked. Cool
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Post by Zat on Mon 22 Mar 2010, 22:53

'Just Not Fair' - a phrase used by supporters of the team that didn't win, because the team that did win decided to make damn certain of their victory instead of providing any chance of victory. Often heard after Sheffied Shield finals, or during many Ashes series between 1989 and 2005.

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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by horace on Tue 23 Mar 2010, 00:23

sage..met the redoubtable shorty...not a bad fella for a classic billy with a chip on his shoulder the size of an open cut mine about all the injustices done to Qld.
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by tac on Tue 23 Mar 2010, 01:39

horace wrote:sage..met the redoubtable shorty...not a bad fella for a classic billy with a chip on his shoulder the size of an open cut mine about all the injustices done to Qld.

how the fark does that work, h?
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by horace on Tue 23 Mar 2010, 02:21

ie a large chip...leave my hyperbole (and threadtitles) alone ya young ratbag
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by Zat on Tue 23 Mar 2010, 02:25

Well, it didn't take long for someone to fix the title of this thread. Cool!

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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by horace on Tue 23 Mar 2010, 02:27

phurt...cannot be bothered changing it back!!!
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by Zat on Tue 23 Mar 2010, 02:27

Wish I'd been quick enough to think of it.

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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by horace on Tue 23 Mar 2010, 02:29

tortoise and hare zatty...unlike you to aspire to being tac
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Re: bump for skully thread

Post by Zat on Tue 23 Mar 2010, 02:32

I might be silly, but I'm not that silly.

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