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That's about how I imagine Shandon Par dresses.

 

I think the boy is going for an early Ice T (in the blue) look..

 

 

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No surprise to find out a bush doof is s party in the outback; it sounds exactly like the sort of vowel-heavy rhyming nonsense so beloved of slow-witted Australians. So many of their place names and slang words sound like baby-talk, so this makes sense.

It works perfectly with that slightly optimistic village idiot accent they employ.

A bit like a highlander smiling at you with their vacant eyes as they excitedly ask if you want to go to the "chipper".

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No surprise to find out a bush doof is s party in the outback; it sounds exactly like the sort of vowel-heavy rhyming nonsense so beloved of slow-witted Australians. So many of their place names and slang words sound like baby-talk, so this makes sense.

It works perfectly with that slightly optimistic village idiot accent they employ.

A bit like a highlander smiling at you with their vacant eyes as they excitedly ask if you want to go to the "chipper".

 

:lol:  Man, you're world weary!!

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Bucolic Socialist?

Politics forum for this pish!

I always wondered what Reynards buckled lefties looked like.

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On 05/07/2016 at 4:33 PM, milton75 said:

No surprise to find out a bush doof is s party in the outback; it sounds exactly like the sort of vowel-heavy rhyming nonsense so beloved of slow-witted Australians. So many of their place names and slang words sound like baby-talk, so this makes sense.

It works perfectly with that slightly optimistic village idiot accent they employ.

A bit like a highlander smiling at you with their vacant eyes as they excitedly ask if you want to go to the "chipper".

While of course you're entitled to your opinion of 'slow-witted Australians', it is worth noting that many of the place names to which you refer are probably named so due to their indigenous heritage. Indeed, while places like Wagga Wagga and Ulladulla may sound like 'baby talk' to the uninitiated, it's worth bearing in mind they weren't generally imposed by the British colonial powers that settled the interior and are therefore unrelated to the modern society you've decided to criticise.

But given the general tone of your post belies your incredible intellect and advanced cultural knowledge it's fairly difficult to see how serious you are trying to be.

As to the original post, as plainly irritating as the dungaree-confused muppet is, it's all the more worrying to see how wound up other people get by something that doesn't materially affect them. But again, I suppose that's what social-media obsessed dullards fill their time with these days, rather than actually do something productive with their time.

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14 minutes ago, Paramour said:

While of course you're entitled to your opinion of 'slow-witted Australians', it is worth noting that many of the place names to which you refer are probably named so due to their indigenous heritage. Indeed, while places like Wagga Wagga and Ulladulla may sound like 'baby talk' to the uninitiated, it's worth bearing in mind they weren't generally imposed by the British colonial powers that settled the interior and are therefore unrelated to the modern society you've decided to criticise.

But given the general tone of your post belies your incredible intellect and advanced cultural knowledge it's fairly difficult to see how serious you are trying to be.

As to the original post, as plainly irritating as the dungaree-confused muppet is, it's all the more worrying to see how wound up other people get by something that doesn't materially affect them. But again, I suppose that's what social-media obsessed dullards fill their time with these days, rather than actually do something productive with their time.

Hark at her.

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18 minutes ago, Paramour said:

While of course you're entitled to your opinion of 'slow-witted Australians', it is worth noting that many of the place names to which you refer are probably named so due to their indigenous heritage. Indeed, while places like Wagga Wagga and Ulladulla may sound like 'baby talk' to the uninitiated, it's worth bearing in mind they weren't generally imposed by the British colonial powers that settled the interior and are therefore unrelated to the modern society you've decided to criticise.

But given the general tone of your post belies your incredible intellect and advanced cultural knowledge it's fairly difficult to see how serious you are trying to be.

As to the original post, as plainly irritating as the dungaree-confused muppet is, it's all the more worrying to see how wound up other people get by something that doesn't materially affect them. But again, I suppose that's what social-media obsessed dullards fill their time with these days, rather than actually do something productive with their time.

^^^^^^^comes from Gowkhall

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Hark at her.

They make a very good point. Most of these "weird" placenames are actually Aboriginal in origin.

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1 minute ago, Swarley said:


They make a very good point. Most of these "weird" placenames are actually Aboriginal in origin.

I don't really think anyone really thought any differently. 

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I don't really think anyone really thought any differently. 


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32 minutes ago, Paramour said:

it's all the more worrying to see how wound up other people get by something that doesn't materially affect them. But again, I suppose that's what social-media obsessed dullards fill their time with these days, rather than actually do something productive with their time.

He said as he got wound up replying to a post on a football website that didn't materially affect him, instead of doing something productive with his time.

Edited by Gordon EF

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I like the idea of a cape - will have a look in the charity shops for one tomorrow. 

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While of course you're entitled to your opinion of 'slow-witted Australians', it is worth noting that many of the place names to which you refer are probably named so due to their indigenous heritage. Indeed, while places like Wagga Wagga and Ulladulla may sound like 'baby talk' to the uninitiated, it's worth bearing in mind they weren't generally imposed by the British colonial powers that settled the interior and are therefore unrelated to the modern society you've decided to criticise.

But given the general tone of your post belies your incredible intellect and advanced cultural knowledge it's fairly difficult to see how serious you are trying to be.

As to the original post, as plainly irritating as the dungaree-confused muppet is, it's all the more worrying to see how wound up other people get by something that doesn't materially affect them. But again, I suppose that's what social-media obsessed dullards fill their time with these days, rather than actually do something productive with their time.


Bucolic Socialist found.

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2 minutes ago, Mozzamozza said:

 

 


A dust sheet from B&Q will suffice.
 

 

 

Genius - cheers. I have two tarpaulins in the boot of my car. Will get to work. Waterproof too. Might try and fashion a poncho too. 

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2 minutes ago, Mortar Bored said:


Velvet or beef?

Velvet.

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2 hours ago, Mozzamozza said:

 

 


Pics when done obvs.

 

 

Just a teaser..

 

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