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the lucky punters

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by sue ridgepipe, Sep 9, 2005.

  1. sue ridgepipe

    sue ridgepipe Active Member

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    to all you lucky punters heading out to parra for a first final in years on sunday ,make sure those filthy eels know youre there.might be the difference in a tight one.

    vegas and i unfortunately wont be there and will be nicely hammered at the local taverna.

    do us proud boys!
  2. byso

    byso Well-Known Member

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    Cheers, we will be loud.

    Get smashed sexy sue :)
  3. lasvegas

    lasvegas Member

    +5 /0
    good call sue, do us proud boys.

    shame i cant make it but will do ma best from up here.
  4. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member

    +215 /5
    We will make a lot of noise and those slimy eels will know they are in a contest. Just hope that what happens on the field is just as good!!!
  5. c_eagle

    c_eagle Member

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    On my way from the car to Parra stadium in round 11, there was this kid in front of me proudly sporting a Parra jersey, he wouldn't have been more than 6 or 7. He was pretty excited about the game, you could tell and was trying to balance on just about anything he could find. His mum, who was lagging behind him several feet, would scream out for "Darryl" to come back. He would, for a moment, then the excitement would get the better of him and he'd jump onto a brick railing to continue his balancing act.

    His Mum had enough and shouted "Darryl," and as he turned around she added, "D*CKHEAD!"

    Can't wait to go back! :D
  6. Corso_Pete

    Corso_Pete Well-Known Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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    Ahh, the land of flannelette shirts and mullets, women who look like overweight lady wrestlers and have bigger tattoos than them and the men, well they are in class that defies this Northern Beach's boy logic. How I cherish my trips to Parramatta....not.

    I admit to having a prejudice against "Westie's" but is difficult when you are bought up with the understanding that crossing the Harbour Bridge or the Gladesville Bridge is akin to going to another country.

    Sadly I will admit that it is a culture that we have passed onto to our children, when one of them says they are bringing home a new boyfriend theri first comment is that his name is........ and that he doesn't come from the Western Suburbs. Sad but true.
  7. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member

    +215 /5
    Pete, If you reckon that' bad try living out here!!! :lol:

    Make sure you bring your passports!!!

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