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Post by -PJ- » June 27, 2018, 7:39 am

I've got a funeral to attend this morning.
I approached my boss yesterday at work and told him I wouldn't be turning up to work on Wed after the funeral, he was ok with it.

Any employee wishing to attend has been given today off as annual leave..nice touch.

Thanks Coastalraider, dubby and boney for the words.
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Post by T_R » June 27, 2018, 10:12 pm

Change of pace, gentlemen. Stick with this for a bit. It gets a little involved. For context, I'm in Northern Japan at the moment.

So on the way home from a couple of beers and a bowl of ramen, I spot ‘Pieters Belgian Beer Café’, and pop in for a finisher or two. The place is almost empty, and Pieter, a 70-something Belgian and his charming Japanese wife, join me for a drink or two. Which turns into a drink or three. And then four. All on the house, all poured faster than I can drink over the course of about half an hour. In his thick Flemish accent (imagine early Schwarzenegger, but with a serious head cold), Pieter then explains that he and his wife have ‘a bit of a thing’ for white guys, and invites me back for a bath at their house, conveniently just around the corner from the bar. He takes out his phone and starts flicking through photos of his previous encounters of this type. I nope the hell out of there, and, in hysterics of laughter and with a litre or so of Westmalle Tripel on board, walk flush into a stop sign, possibly breaking my nose and most definitely spraying myself with blood, mucus and what may have been small but chunky bits of my frontal lobes. Spitting, spluttering and swearing, I stumble down the street until stopped by an earnest young police chap, who asks how I managed to find myself in this condition. Rather than fobbing him off and for no good reason that I can think of, I take the full disclosure route, and I launch into a detailed explanation. Hunched over with laughter at my attempts to half-explain and half-mime the term “Septuagenarian mixed race fetishist couple”, he takes me inside the adjacent Susukino police box for a sickly sweet can of Boss coffee and a rambling tale from his superior officer about a weekend away in Aberystwyth with his Slovenian girlfriend while studying abroad in Cardiff in 2007. Eventually the younger chap drives me back to my hotel and waves me off into the lobby, for the Walk of Shame past the goggle-eyed reception desk.

This isn’t even in my top five weird nights out in Japan. It's not even 10pm yet.
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Post by bonehead » June 28, 2018, 6:13 am

I'm taking from that you wNted Pieter but his mrs said job lot and punched you in the face.

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Post by dubby » June 28, 2018, 7:58 am

T_R wrote:Change of pace, gentlemen. Stick with this for a bit. It gets a little involved. For context, I'm in Northern Japan at the moment.

So on the way home from a couple of beers and a bowl of ramen, I spot ‘Pieters Belgian Beer Café’, and pop in for a finisher or two. The place is almost empty, and Pieter, a 70-something Belgian and his charming Japanese wife, join me for a drink or two. Which turns into a drink or three. And then four. All on the house, all poured faster than I can drink over the course of about half an hour. In his thick Flemish accent (imagine early Schwarzenegger, but with a serious head cold), Pieter then explains that he and his wife have ‘a bit of a thing’ for white guys, and invites me back for a bath at their house, conveniently just around the corner from the bar. He takes out his phone and starts flicking through photos of his previous encounters of this type. I nope the hell out of there, and, in hysterics of laughter and with a litre or so of Westmalle Tripel on board, walk flush into a stop sign, possibly breaking my nose and most definitely spraying myself with blood, mucus and what may have been small but chunky bits of my frontal lobes. Spitting, spluttering and swearing, I stumble down the street until stopped by an earnest young police chap, who asks how I managed to find myself in this condition. Rather than fobbing him off and for no good reason that I can think of, I take the full disclosure route, and I launch into a detailed explanation. Hunched over with laughter at my attempts to half-explain and half-mime the term “Septuagenarian mixed race fetishist couple”, he takes me inside the adjacent Susukino police box for a sickly sweet can of Boss coffee and a rambling tale from his superior officer about a weekend away in Aberystwyth with his Slovenian girlfriend while studying abroad in Cardiff in 2007. Eventually the younger chap drives me back to my hotel and waves me off into the lobby, for the Walk of Shame past the goggle-eyed reception desk.

This isn’t even in my top five weird nights out in Japan. It's not even 10pm yet.
that is the best albeit most absurd yarn I've ever heard!!

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Re: Off topic

Post by Coastalraider » June 28, 2018, 2:39 pm

T_R wrote:
June 27, 2018, 10:12 pm
Change of pace, gentlemen. Stick with this for a bit. It gets a little involved. For context, I'm in Northern Japan at the moment.

So on the way home from a couple of beers and a bowl of ramen, I spot ‘Pieters Belgian Beer Café’, and pop in for a finisher or two. The place is almost empty, and Pieter, a 70-something Belgian and his charming Japanese wife, join me for a drink or two. Which turns into a drink or three. And then four. All on the house, all poured faster than I can drink over the course of about half an hour. In his thick Flemish accent (imagine early Schwarzenegger, but with a serious head cold), Pieter then explains that he and his wife have ‘a bit of a thing’ for white guys, and invites me back for a bath at their house, conveniently just around the corner from the bar. He takes out his phone and starts flicking through photos of his previous encounters of this type. I nope the hell out of there, and, in hysterics of laughter and with a litre or so of Westmalle Tripel on board, walk flush into a stop sign, possibly breaking my nose and most definitely spraying myself with blood, mucus and what may have been small but chunky bits of my frontal lobes. Spitting, spluttering and swearing, I stumble down the street until stopped by an earnest young police chap, who asks how I managed to find myself in this condition. Rather than fobbing him off and for no good reason that I can think of, I take the full disclosure route, and I launch into a detailed explanation. Hunched over with laughter at my attempts to half-explain and half-mime the term “Septuagenarian mixed race fetishist couple”, he takes me inside the adjacent Susukino police box for a sickly sweet can of Boss coffee and a rambling tale from his superior officer about a weekend away in Aberystwyth with his Slovenian girlfriend while studying abroad in Cardiff in 2007. Eventually the younger chap drives me back to my hotel and waves me off into the lobby, for the Walk of Shame past the goggle-eyed reception desk.

This isn’t even in my top five weird nights out in Japan. It's not even 10pm yet.
This sounds like something from 'THe Hangover'! What a story!

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Post by Dr Zaius » June 30, 2018, 11:59 am

T_R wrote:Change of pace, gentlemen. Stick with this for a bit. It gets a little involved. For context, I'm in Northern Japan at the moment.

So on the way home from a couple of beers and a bowl of ramen, I spot ‘Pieters Belgian Beer Café’, and pop in for a finisher or two. The place is almost empty, and Pieter, a 70-something Belgian and his charming Japanese wife, join me for a drink or two. Which turns into a drink or three. And then four. All on the house, all poured faster than I can drink over the course of about half an hour. In his thick Flemish accent (imagine early Schwarzenegger, but with a serious head cold), Pieter then explains that he and his wife have ‘a bit of a thing’ for white guys, and invites me back for a bath at their house, conveniently just around the corner from the bar. He takes out his phone and starts flicking through photos of his previous encounters of this type. I nope the hell out of there, and, in hysterics of laughter and with a litre or so of Westmalle Tripel on board, walk flush into a stop sign, possibly breaking my nose and most definitely spraying myself with blood, mucus and what may have been small but chunky bits of my frontal lobes. Spitting, spluttering and swearing, I stumble down the street until stopped by an earnest young police chap, who asks how I managed to find myself in this condition. Rather than fobbing him off and for no good reason that I can think of, I take the full disclosure route, and I launch into a detailed explanation. Hunched over with laughter at my attempts to half-explain and half-mime the term “Septuagenarian mixed race fetishist couple”, he takes me inside the adjacent Susukino police box for a sickly sweet can of Boss coffee and a rambling tale from his superior officer about a weekend away in Aberystwyth with his Slovenian girlfriend while studying abroad in Cardiff in 2007. Eventually the younger chap drives me back to my hotel and waves me off into the lobby, for the Walk of Shame past the goggle-eyed reception desk.

This isn’t even in my top five weird nights out in Japan. It's not even 10pm yet.
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Post by bonehead » July 1, 2018, 2:48 pm

cracking day out at the hunter valley wine festival, had free entry and 10 free tastings that turned into about 15 and a couple of nice take homes.
Mrs Bone works at one of the good vineyards, her boss gave us a red for the road, James Estate discounted us a bottle of the marque, a sneaky brokenwood semillion and a first creek verdelho were in my bag when I got home.
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Post by reptar » July 1, 2018, 3:03 pm

Coles with 1980s staffing levels today for the first day of the plastic bag ban in Queensland
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Post by -PJ- » July 3, 2018, 3:58 pm

I got mail today.

My 4th jury duty summons this year..this time it's July 30.

It's been cancelled on the eve of appearing the last 3 times.
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Post by dubby » July 3, 2018, 4:47 pm

So. Not the man I was back when.
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Post by Fuifui Bradbrad » July 7, 2018, 10:00 am

Does anyone know anybody who has won a car from one of those shopping centre raffles?

I walked past one the other day, where a Ford Mustang was the prize. I was how legit these raffles are. I would think through 6 degrees of separation, someone knows a person who’s won.

So, for my curiosity, and to restore my faith that this charity isn’t collecting money and not dishing out cars, does anyone know someone who’s won one?

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Post by bonehead » July 7, 2018, 10:38 am

Fuifui Bradbrad wrote:Does anyone know anybody who has won a car from one of those shopping centre raffles?

I walked past one the other day, where a Ford Mustang was the prize. I was how legit these raffles are. I would think through 6 degrees of separation, someone knows a person who’s won.

So, for my curiosity, and to restore my faith that this charity isn’t collecting money and not dishing out cars, does anyone know someone who’s won one?
yes, 2 of my former workmates have

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Post by -PJ- » July 7, 2018, 11:43 am

A bloke on KOFM a few years ago won a quiz and they told him he'd won 2 tickets to the Knights next home game.

"Yeah, what else ya got" he said.

:lol: That's exactly what I would have said I reckon.
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Post by -PJ- » July 14, 2018, 7:12 am

Cold here this morn in Lak Mac..

Yeah yeah I know it's colder elsewhere but I don't care about you people..
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Post by reptar » July 15, 2018, 7:06 am

Hello from Vegas!
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Post by -PJ- » July 15, 2018, 7:29 am

reptar wrote:
July 15, 2018, 7:06 am
Hello from Vegas!
Hello from Woodridsing!
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Post by bonehead » July 15, 2018, 8:01 am

-PJ- wrote:
reptar wrote:
July 15, 2018, 7:06 am
Hello from Vegas!
Hello from Woodridsing!
good morning from lake cathie

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Post by dubby » July 15, 2018, 9:08 am

Homer!
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Post by reptar » July 15, 2018, 10:22 am

bonehead wrote:
-PJ- wrote:
reptar wrote:
July 15, 2018, 7:06 am
Hello from Vegas!
Hello from Woodridsing!
good morning from lake cathie

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Post by -PJ- » July 15, 2018, 12:17 pm

bonehead wrote:
July 15, 2018, 8:01 am
-PJ- wrote:
reptar wrote:
July 15, 2018, 7:06 am
Hello from Vegas!
Hello from Woodridsing!
good morning from lake cathie

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How is Lake Cathie today ?

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Post by Fuifui Bradbrad » July 15, 2018, 4:19 pm

Any green thumbs in the Forum?

Just finished building a bit of a decorative wall on the short side of my driveway (meaning not the side of the front yard) looking for some plant ideas.
In my front garden, I have a combination of Agapanthus, Purple Lily and Gardenias, so I need something to complement.

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Post by greeneyed » July 15, 2018, 4:45 pm

White agapanthus and white lily.
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Post by greeneyed » July 15, 2018, 4:49 pm

But seriously... there's lots of ideas on the net, eg:

https://www.gardenia.net/plant-combinat ... can-lilies

Just google what goes with agapanthus... or lily.
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Post by -PJ- » July 19, 2018, 7:52 am

The weather @ 2284 the past few days has been glorious.

We had 24* yesterday.
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-PJ- wrote:The weather @ 2284 the past few days has been glorious.

We had 24* yesterday.
starting at -2° this morning but sensational and 20+ tops, run at me winter.

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Post by -PJ- » July 19, 2018, 10:47 am

bonehead wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:37 am
-PJ- wrote:The weather @ 2284 the past few days has been glorious.

We had 24* yesterday.
starting at -2° this morning but sensational and 20+ tops, run at me winter.

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Post by Coastalraider » July 19, 2018, 12:41 pm

-PJ- wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:47 am
bonehead wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:37 am
-PJ- wrote:The weather @ 2284 the past few days has been glorious.

We had 24* yesterday.
starting at -2° this morning but sensational and 20+ tops, run at me winter.

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The nights are very very cold, but the days are great.
2259 has been great as well! I was in Canberra for the weekend - man I was glad to get out of that weather...

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Post by Roger Kenworthy » July 19, 2018, 12:42 pm

Does anyone remember the days of the posos and negos? Geez that was some average banter.

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Post by -PJ- » July 19, 2018, 12:51 pm

Coastalraider wrote:
July 19, 2018, 12:41 pm
-PJ- wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:47 am
bonehead wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:37 am
-PJ- wrote:The weather @ 2284 the past few days has been glorious.

We had 24* yesterday.
starting at -2° this morning but sensational and 20+ tops, run at me winter.

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The nights are very very cold, but the days are great.
2259 has been great as well! I was in Canberra for the weekend - man I was glad to get out of that weather...
Watanobbi ?
Please tell me you're in Watanobbi.

Great name.
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Post by Coastalraider » July 19, 2018, 1:08 pm

-PJ- wrote:
July 19, 2018, 12:51 pm
Coastalraider wrote:
July 19, 2018, 12:41 pm
-PJ- wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:47 am
bonehead wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:37 am
-PJ- wrote:The weather @ 2284 the past few days has been glorious.

We had 24* yesterday.
starting at -2° this morning but sensational and 20+ tops, run at me winter.

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The nights are very very cold, but the days are great.
2259 has been great as well! I was in Canberra for the weekend - man I was glad to get out of that weather...
Watanobbi ?
Please tell me you're in Watanobbi.

Great name.
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Post by greeneyed » July 19, 2018, 2:07 pm

Roger Kenworthy wrote:
July 19, 2018, 12:42 pm
Does anyone remember the days of the posos and negos? Geez that was some average banter.
Yes, yes I do, you nego!
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Post by bonehead » July 19, 2018, 3:11 pm

Coastalraider wrote:
-PJ- wrote:
July 19, 2018, 12:51 pm
Coastalraider wrote:
July 19, 2018, 12:41 pm
-PJ- wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:47 am
bonehead wrote:
July 19, 2018, 10:37 am
starting at -2° this morning but sensational and 20+ tops, run at me winter.

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The nights are very very cold, but the days are great.
2259 has been great as well! I was in Canberra for the weekend - man I was glad to get out of that weather...
Watanobbi ?
Please tell me you're in Watanobbi.

Great name.
Hamlyn Terrace - my wife wanted to look at a place in Watanobbi, I couldn't picture myself having to explain that one every time I wrote down my address...
David90210 was a watanobbian

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Post by Roger Kenworthy » July 19, 2018, 7:16 pm

greeneyed wrote:
July 19, 2018, 2:07 pm
Roger Kenworthy wrote:
July 19, 2018, 12:42 pm
Does anyone remember the days of the posos and negos? Geez that was some average banter.
Yes, yes I do, you nego!
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Post by -TW- » July 19, 2018, 7:25 pm

greeneyed wrote:
Roger Kenworthy wrote:
July 19, 2018, 12:42 pm
Does anyone remember the days of the posos and negos? Geez that was some average banter.
Yes, yes I do, you nego!
Did anyone buy a shirt?

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