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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by ledge View Post
    I got hit by a car riding my bike once going under the tunnel at totty gates and
    I got what they called inked as an apprentice printer which involved having your private parts covered in letterpress ink as an Initiation
    And the reply I always got from mum was “What did you do wrong ?”
    You probably deserved it. !
    Ok.....that's enough internet for me this morning.

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Ok.....that's enough internet for me this morning.
    That could be interpreted a couple of ways.
    Bright eyed and bushy tailed at least for another hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by ledge View Post
    I got hit by a car riding my bike once going under the tunnel at totty gates and
    I got what they called inked as an apprentice printer which involved having your private parts covered in letterpress ink as an Initiation
    And the reply I always got from mum was “What did you do wrong ?”
    You probably deserved it. !
    Years ago I got a promotion at work. It meant I was the youngest person ever to attain the level I was at in the history of Australia (it was a public service job) boss was rapt called me in to his office and told me that it made him look really good, my co workers were all rapt, union was rapt, even the clients we worked with were rapt.

    After a day of everyone telling me how good I was I went home and told my dear old mum. She gave me a blank look and said "you? Are they sure?"
    Bright eyed and bushy tailed at least for another hour

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by Twodogs View Post
    Years ago I got a promotion at work. It meant I was the youngest person ever to attain the level I was at in the history of Australia (it was a public service job) boss was rapt called me in to his office and told me that it made him look really good, my co workers were all rapt, union was rapt, even the clients we worked with were rapt.

    After a day of everyone telling me how good I was I went home and told my dear old mum. She gave me a blank look and said "you? Are they sure?"
    If anyone can knock us off a pedestal in a millisecond it’s our mum.
    Encouraging but loves a good back handed compliment.
    Bring back the biff

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by ledge View Post
    If anyone can knock us off a pedestal in a millisecond it’s our mum.
    Encouraging but loves a good back handed compliment.
    There are three people still living that I'd lay down my life for. Mum's one of them.
    Bright eyed and bushy tailed at least for another hour

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Which of your two kids is being sacrificed for Kelvin Templeton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Which of your two kids is being sacrificed for Kelvin Templeton?
    The boy is twice my size and strength and I taught him how to fight, no point having a dog and barking yourself. I'd just be getting in the way.
    Bright eyed and bushy tailed at least for another hour

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Westy goes whack!

    As an aside, is this the most Bulldogs picture of all time?

    Our 1954 premiership players are our heroes, and it has to be said that Charlie was their hero.

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Scott married Our cheer squad organiser a year or so ago.
    He has never really left the club.
    Bring back the biff

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