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Old 26-04-2011, 15:53   #1
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G'Day everyone just found Cruisers Forum... Mate what a great website! Cheers Reid
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OMG.... another Aussie...
where's MarkJ for a xxxx welcome commitee...
Just kidding mate...
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Old 26-04-2011, 16:33   #3
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OI, OI ,OI Welcome aboard .....
Where is Markj???????
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Old 26-04-2011, 16:45   #4
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Welcome Reid, I guess this means we'll have to take some serious effort to learn the meanings of all these strange idioms! I met an Australian during a recent cruise that convinced me to suggest, "Let's bite the heads off a few weasels!", when suggesting a round of beers. ...'and then the other Australians looked as if I was an animal abuser!....and this included the "friend" who suggested the phrase. I'll try to be ready.
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ROTFLMBO... gorra luv the humour....
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Old 26-04-2011, 17:02   #6
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G'Day CaptF thanks for the warm welcome. In advance here is a few more to swat up on if they are heard in coversation with another Aussie digger:
The Trouble and Strife = The wife
A Noah's Ark = A shark
A dog's eye = A meat pie
Dead Horse = Tomato sauce
Oxford Scholars = Dollars
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OI, I think ail have a noah's ark with some dead horse. As long as the trouble and strife does'nt know, dead horse gives me heartburn. OI...
BTW where is MarkJ ???
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Gday Reid, There are a few of us bobbing around here. Cant stay and chat though. The bloody drop bears have moved into a tree in the back paddock and are scaring the crap out of my pet wallabies. talk soon
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OI, I think ail have a noah's ark with some dead horse. As long as the trouble and strife does'nt know, dead horse gives me heartburn. OI...
BTW where is MarkJ ???
But in all seriousness where is MARKJ.....???
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G'Day CaptF thanks for the warm welcome. In advance here is a few more to swat up on if they are heard in coversation with another Aussie digger:
The Trouble and Strife = The wife
A Noah's Ark = A shark
A dog's eye = A meat pie
Dead Horse = Tomato sauce
Oxford Scholars = Dollars
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Gday Reid, There are a few of us bobbing around here. Cant stay and chat though. The bloody drop bears have moved into a tree in the back paddock and are scaring the crap out of my pet wallabies. talk soon

For Gods sake, Man up! You whine about bloody drop bears and startled Wallabies when my pet Wombat has sustained a serious injury.
He was testing his new wings when he flew too low over the barbed wire back fence and may never breed again.
You try dragging a 45 kg wombat with a broken wing over the back fence and then tell me how Aussie you are.
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For Gods sake, Man up! You whine about bloody drop bears and startled Wallabies when my pet Wombat has sustained a serious injury.
He was testing his new wings when he flew too low over the barbed wire back fence and may never breed again.
You try dragging a 45 kg wombat with a broken wing over the back fence and then tell me how Aussie you are.
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You sure its a Wombat and not a CooCooBuga....
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For Gods sake, Man up! You whine about bloody drop bears and startled Wallabies when my pet Wombat has sustained a serious injury.
He was testing his new wings when he flew too low over the barbed wire back fence and may never breed again.
You try dragging a 45 kg wombat with a broken wing over the back fence and then tell me how Aussie you are.
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Thats the problem with the those bloody things and why the greens are trying to stop people like you breeding them. Crossbreeding of emus and wambies needs to be stopped now!!! Krikey, With the cost of training and poor breeding programs, why cant you just get a marsupial like everyone else? Its not fair on the animals that a born in these breeding programs. I know I am going to open a whole can of worms. But jeese mate. Its not profitable, its not responsible and it needs to stop.

Besides, you show me one Wambie flyer that will stay on a boat and not get spooked. At least Marupials of all kinds will stay aboard once trained.
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Welcome aboard. Is there an Aussie to English dictionary for us who are Globally topside challenged. lol
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Welcome aboard, do you have a good recipe for Wombat?. Stray Cat's are OK but we would like a change now and again...
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