What the hell is a Lanyard?

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  1. Matabele

    By:MatabeleFeb 6, 2006
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    I'm thinking about getting Bird of PRey membership.

    But what the hell is a Sea Eagles Lanyard and Pouch?
     
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    By:DanFeb 6, 2006
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    a Lanyard is one of thise things you put around your neck. You know the things peole often have ID cards on?
     
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    By:MatabeleFeb 6, 2006
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    woo hoo
     
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    So I get a T-shirt, 11 inch football and an ID card for the extra $45?
     
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    By:FluffyFeb 6, 2006
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    a piece of string
     
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    By:DanFeb 6, 2006
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    you know how i feel....I dotn wear hats!
     
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    By:Canteen WorkerFeb 6, 2006
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    My guess is that the lanyard is the 1 cm wide ID card holder. I bought a Manly one last year for about $13 and wear it everywhere at work as it contains my photo copy card. My guess is that the footy and t-shirt would add up to the difference in the membership package. WYSIWYG.
     
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    By:The WheelFeb 6, 2006
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    You might have to soon with your receding hairline 8D :lol: :lol: :drunk:
     
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    By:MatabeleFeb 6, 2006
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    On the positive side - I ordered a stash of last year's stock from the online shop last Wednesday and they arrived on Friday. Given what the postal service is like out here, that is almost miraculous!!!!
     
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    By:GuestFeb 6, 2006
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    Isn't a lanyard and pouch something you buy from the tool shed in oxford street. I think it is leather and looks like a g-string/jock strap type garment.

    I wouldn't suggest that you wear it in dubbo though because you will probably get bashed. Keep it for when you and wheel go to oxford street. lol
     
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    Wear it when you go to see Brokenback Mountain with all the Intellectual Cowboys from Dubbo!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    By:DanFeb 6, 2006
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    You might have to soon with your receding hairline 8D :lol: :lol: :drunk:

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    I would shave my head first. Actually with no hair, I might wear a hat, since I dont have to worry about my hair style then
     
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    By:MatabeleFeb 6, 2006
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    hello boyth
     
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    By:CC_EagleFeb 6, 2006
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    Lanyards are good for keeping your keys on...

    Dan I hear you about the hat, I've got 5 Manly hats and I've worn maybe two of them once...
     
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    By:MatabeleFeb 6, 2006
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    How often have you worn the others?

    out?
     
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    By:CC_EagleFeb 8, 2006
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    None! The only time the hats have been worn to games is when I couldn't find my sunnies.

    I definately learnt my lesson..

    But I'm not a hat "person"..it reduces my appearance from 16 year old to a 9 year old.
     
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