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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post


There's being insulting and then there's being funny. Watch me if you want to learn how to be both at the same time. I've not got much to work with mind given DR's sock has at least 10 times more personality than you apparently do...

 

Watching, waiting, not much happening. Ahh promises promises Slippery Pete?

 

Oh, thanks for the compliment the way. 10% personality of DR's sock is quite an achievement!

post #66722 of 67946
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When a guy posts thousands of boring as batshite posts the good phrases tend to stick in the mind a bit more easily. Sometimes there's gold in all that guano.

 

Wow, glad I made an impression. Funny I cant really remember much of anything noteworthy from you. I guess sometimes a pile of crap remains exactly that. 

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Ok Pete - you're clearly confused - that's your name mate. Anyway, I have to PoP off to my old loser (wipes tears) life. Now stop junking up the thread before institches or murlsquirl drive by and tell us all to shut the fuck up.
post #66724 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Ok Pete - you're clearly confused - that's your name mate. Anyway, I have to PoP off to my old loser (wipes tears) life. Now stop junking up the thread before institches or murlsquirl drive by and tell us all to shut the fuck up.

 

I know. It can be challenging trying to stimulate lesser minds. 

 

Not sure who is junking up the thread. If I am not mistaken, we were talking about overcoats before you turn up with your schoolgirl uniform and half-assed trolling.

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So do you want my old overcoat or not?
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Did I miss a past event between you two?
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Some people you just instantly dislike.
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TOP WINES IN THE SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETITION FOR UNDER $15

1. BLUE-GOLD Aldi Stores South Point Estate rose 2015 $4.99
2. BLUE-GOLD De Bortoli Wines Family Vineyards Bianco 2014 $10
3. BLUE-GOLD James Busby Fine Wines Chalkboard Cotes Du Rhone 2013 $10
4. TOP 100 Seifried Estate Old Coach Road Nelson sauvignon blanc 2015 $11.83
5. TOP 100 Yealands Wine Group Silverfern pinot noir 2014 $12.73
6. TROPHY ALDI Stores Tudor Central Victorian shiraz 2014 $12.99
7. GOLD Lindauer, Wither Hills Lindauer Classic Brut NV $12.99
8. GOLD Yealands Wine Group Peter Yealands PGR 2015 $13.64
9. TOP 100 Yealands Wine Group Peter Yealands Pinot gris 2015 $13.64
10. BLUE-GOLD Yealands Wine Group Peter Yealands sauvignon blanc 2015 $13.64
post #66729 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Ok Pete - you're clearly confused - that's your name mate. Anyway, I have to PoP off to my old loser (wipes tears) life. Now stop junking up the thread before institches or murlsquirl drive by and tell us all to shut the fuck up.
 

 

Shut the f*ck up :)

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Picked up a great condition MJB grey Mudgee suit jacket at an OP shop (pockets still closed, no signs of wear) while in Sydney for $25. Try as I did I could not find the pants in store. When back in Brisbane I managed to pick up the Mudgee trousers at the MJB outlet @ DFO for $90.

 

Avoided the odd jacket tragedy and instead came away with the odd jacket fairy tale ending. Feels good

post #66731 of 67946
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Originally Posted by BananaKing View Post

Picked up a great condition MJB grey Mudgee suit jacket at an OP shop (pockets still closed, no signs of wear) while in Sydney for $25. Try as I did I could not find the pants in store. When back in Brisbane I managed to pick up the Mudgee trousers at the MJB outlet @ DFO for $90.

Avoided the odd jacket tragedy and instead came away with the odd jacket fairy tale ending. Feels good
Good Op Shop work. Will make blahman suffer in his jocks.
post #66732 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

So do you want my old overcoat or not?

Sigh...let me try this again...

Mate, I need an overcoat, not a sports jacket.

Is that better?
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

TOP WINES IN THE SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETITION FOR UNDER $15

1. BLUE-GOLD Aldi Stores South Point Estate rose 2015 $4.99
2. BLUE-GOLD De Bortoli Wines Family Vineyards Bianco 2014 $10
3. BLUE-GOLD James Busby Fine Wines Chalkboard Cotes Du Rhone 2013 $10
4. TOP 100 Seifried Estate Old Coach Road Nelson sauvignon blanc 2015 $11.83
5. TOP 100 Yealands Wine Group Silverfern pinot noir 2014 $12.73
6. TROPHY ALDI Stores Tudor Central Victorian shiraz 2014 $12.99
7. GOLD Lindauer, Wither Hills Lindauer Classic Brut NV $12.99
8. GOLD Yealands Wine Group Peter Yealands PGR 2015 $13.64
9. TOP 100 Yealands Wine Group Peter Yealands Pinot gris 2015 $13.64
10. BLUE-GOLD Yealands Wine Group Peter Yealands sauvignon blanc 2015 $13.64

There is one not on the list from Tumbarumba NSW Coppabella Pinot Noir single vineyard. Cool climate very easy to drink with a lot of character. And a couple of years ago that Tudor Shiraz from Aldi was a mid week winter staple in our abode got very good reviews in the SMH if I remember correctly.

Another good buy is from 1st Choice they have a desert wine for about $8 for a half bottle from the viscosity, colour and flavours i'm sure it come from Griffith.
post #66734 of 67946
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

Good Op Shop work. Will make blahman suffer in his jocks.
Mate we both know I dont wear jocks.
post #66735 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Shut the f*ck up smile.gif
Must have been the weirdweather today.
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