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Old 10-05-2016, 05:15   #106
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We have fallen so far when we feel compelled to write some things on a forum, or even feel the need to admit to, let alone brag about.
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We have fallen so far when we feel compelled to write some things on a forum, or even feel the need to admit to, let alone brag about.
More like falling over the edge. Reminds me of the peeing in the galley sink thread a couple of years ago.
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More like falling over the edge. Reminds me of the peeing in the galley sink thread a couple of years ago.
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Very important subjects.

I recall when I was young being caught short out in the bush without paper and having to make a choice of which stick to use, correct OD, smooth but non slippery surface, no knots, preferably dry wood but definitely no splinters etc. (Wonder what Mexicans do in this situation)

There is big money in saving the world these days and you can bet that there is someone somewhere seeking a grant to study the effects of toilet paper on the marine environment.

I'm a wipe and throw sort of bloke myself and reusing toilet paper is a brand of zealotry completely beyond my comprehension.
Tsk Tsk..!!
Typical Townie... any 'Abo' would tell you mid-size pebbles are so much more efficient..
Unless of course you believe in Reaming after wiping..
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Tsk Tsk..!!
Typical Townie... any 'Abo' would tell you mid-size pebbles are so much more efficient..
Unless of course you believe in Reaming after wiping..
Boaty, I know this is an age thing, but the term your using to describe our indigenous folk is a highly offensive term in Australia. It's Australia's version of the American 'N' word.
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More like falling over the edge. Reminds me of the peeing in the galley sink thread a couple of years ago.
Keno.. as a man of medicine I'd have thought you'd know that ones urine has some useful.. nay valuable properties.. its an age old treatment for toughening hands and feet for example..
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Boaty, I know this is an age thing, but the term your using to describe our indigenous folk is a highly offensive term in Australia. It's Australia's version of the American 'N' word.
Apologies...
Ask any Ethnic (non immigrant/colonial) Australian...
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Keno.. as a man of medicine I'd have thought you'd know that ones urine has some useful.. nay valuable properties.. its an age old treatment for toughening hands and feet for example..
Maybe it's time to work on improving your aim.
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Keno.. as a man of medicine I'd have thought you'd know that ones urine has some useful.. nay valuable properties.. its an age old treatment for toughening hands and feet for example..
I've also heard it's a substitute for rum, after finishing off the barrel
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I've also heard it's a substitute for rum, after finishing off the barrel
Having tasted Bundi I can believe you.. worst rum on the planet..
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Couldn't stop myself counting how many sheets I used this morning, after reading this thread...

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Having tasted Bundi I can believe you.. worst rum on the planet..
Cancel this.. its a reasonable mid-range rum but the worst (expensive) price..
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I am telling you...TP down the drain and a baby wipe goes in a bag. You get that clean fresh feeling with the damp baby wipe. Plus they are mildly scented.

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Boaty, I know this is an age thing, but the term your using to describe our indigenous folk is a highly offensive term in Australia. It's Australia's version of the American 'N' word.
So the Landrover joke is no longer acceptable?
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