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Post by rIck_dAgless Wed Apr 29, 2020 7:21 am

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Post by rIck_dAgless Thu Jun 04, 2020 1:16 pm

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rick_dagless wrote:Just realised I was late to the latest cup round... Sick

We did these in advance, your original pick is up there (I think). But tutting is very annoying

Ah cool, cheers, Flipper.

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Post by rIck_dAgless Thu Jun 04, 2020 1:18 pm

I prefer my initial choice, god bless you for running such a tight CC ship, flipper.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Thu Jun 04, 2020 1:26 pm

Dolphin Ziggler wrote:Hammersmith Harrier is now Soul Requiem, I believe

Ah thanks. I haven't read any of his posts so didn't realise.

I used to be the boss at exposing people for their aliases. I got Coxy at least 3 times, Lumbering Jack the same. Got Ghosty once as well.

But, amusingly, one person that had me fooled was michaels! He came on with some new name once and rattled me for a couple of weeks before exposing himself (not in that way). Who'd have thought it.


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Post by superflyweight Thu Jun 04, 2020 1:45 pm

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Dolphin Ziggler wrote:Hammersmith Harrier is now Soul Requiem, I believe

Ah thanks. I haven't read any of his posts so didn't realise.

I used to be the boss at exposing people for their aliases. I got Coxy at least 3 times, Lumbering Jack the same. Got Ghosty once as well.

But, amusingly, one person that had me fooled was michaels! He came on with some new name once and rattled me for a couple of weeks before exposing himself (not in that way). Who'd have thought it.


Even though he now goes under a new name, you'll be pleased to know that he is still a c*nt.  He's also found a wee racist friend in Super_Realist on the golf boards - who is also a total c*nt (and really easy to wind up).  If the two of them and Tighhead ever met in real life the entire universe would be sucked into a blackhole of racist c*ntf*ckery.

Duty is also still hanging about but I think he blocked me because he coudln't take the abuse.

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Post by JuliusHMarx Thu Jun 04, 2020 2:08 pm

The lesser fly disappeared not long after lockdown started. He either died of Covid or went insane trying to work out which conspiracy theory to believe in.

I hope no-one has assumed I'm Madeleine McCann.

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Post by superflyweight Thu Jun 04, 2020 2:24 pm

I just assumed that the lesser fly was being anally probed by government backed aliens again.


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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Thu Jun 04, 2020 3:23 pm

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Even though he now goes under a new name, you'll be pleased to know that he is still a c*nt.  He's also found a wee racist friend in Super_Realist

I remember Super_Realist very well. He is a massive b*llend. I remember him having a proper hissy fit over someone describing some heavy rain as extreme weather. I couldn't believe how agitated he got. Imagine how angry your life must be to get enraged about the description of weather. He definitely dresses in full jeans and suit jacket combo as well. The full Clarkson.


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Post by rIck_dAgless Fri Jun 05, 2020 7:24 am

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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 8:39 am

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Post by rIck_dAgless Fri Jun 05, 2020 9:01 am

Good morning, Galted, how goes The South

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Post by superflyweight Fri Jun 05, 2020 9:15 am

Superior flying tird.

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Post by superflyweight Fri Jun 05, 2020 9:17 am

Bugger - threw away my NUMBER OF THE BEAST x 10 post on a tird.

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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 9:48 am

Very good thanks, Rick, Galtova's just discovered that the cat nibbled on one of her plants during the night so we should be in for a spectacular mid-morning.

Congrats, Super, your beast tird post deserves a far wider audience. Five more posts and you have an overlapping beast.
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Fri Jun 05, 2020 10:05 am

Galted wrote:Very good thanks, Rick, Galtova's just discovered that the cat nibbled on one of her plants during the night so we should be in for a spectacular mid-morning.

Congrats, Super, your beast tird post deserves a far wider audience.  Five more posts and you have an overlapping beast.

Glated, something was bothering me during my breakdown sabbatical and I have just remembered what it was. Do you still wear Hi-Tec trainers?

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Post by superflyweight Fri Jun 05, 2020 10:21 am

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Galted wrote:Very good thanks, Rick, Galtova's just discovered that the cat nibbled on one of her plants during the night so we should be in for a spectacular mid-morning.

Congrats, Super, your beast tird post deserves a far wider audience.  Five more posts and you have an overlapping beast.

Glated, something was bothering me during my breakdown sabbatical stay at home w*nkathon and I have just remembered what it was. Do you still wear Hi-Tec trainers?

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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 11:17 am

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Galted wrote:Very good thanks, Rick, Galtova's just discovered that the cat nibbled on one of her plants during the night so we should be in for a spectacular mid-morning.

Congrats, Super, your beast tird post deserves a far wider audience.  Five more posts and you have an overlapping beast.

Glated, something was bothering me during my breakdown sabbatical and I have just remembered what it was. Do you still wear Hi-Tec trainers?

I don't, Tino, thanks for your interest.  I lost faith in the Hi-tec product line when I wore mine during a long wade through the ocean off Corfu and they swelled up and made squeaking noises whenever I moved from then on.  Making my way through airports and train stations on the way home was an horrific ordeal.

I now wear one of two pairs of very stylish Rockports.  They are ideal for the elegant yet sensible dresser such as myself.  The only complaints I have are that the soles have worn smooth so that I sometimes unexpectedly slide off in a direction I don't intend to whenever the pavement's a bit wet and Jr sometimes mixes them up so that I wear an unmatching pair to work, though this has been solved by working at home.
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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 11:28 am

I should add that during warm weather I wear a pair of Clark's rock-climbing sandals which are adequate.  Soles can get a bit slippery and my feet have a bizarre tan, they look a bit like that bird Lewis Hamilton used to root.
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Fri Jun 05, 2020 1:15 pm

Galted wrote:I should add that during warm weather I wear a pair of Clark's rock-climbing sandals which are adequate.  Soles can get a bit slippery and my feet have a bizarre tan, they look a bit like that bird Lewis Hamilton used to root.

That would be just after Hamilton had stopped rooting himself then, the smug t*sser that he is. You know you're a massive, massive c*nt when someone like Simon Jordan describes you as self indulgent.

I am not aware of the Clark's rock-climbing sandals you speak of but they sound spectacular. If anyone was ever in doubt that you are a ladies man, no time to talk, they only need to look at you manfully stroll round in those.

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Post by JuliusHMarx Fri Jun 05, 2020 1:37 pm

Galted wrote:I should add that during warm weather I wear a pair of Clark's rock-climbing sandals which are adequate.  Soles can get a bit slippery and my feet have a bizarre tan, they look a bit like that bird Lewis Hamilton used to root.

Do you climb any rocks with those sandals, or do you limit yourself to bounding up escalators?

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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 1:42 pm

Rarely. Though I do walk on the beach outside our development and pebbles frequently climb between sandal and foot resulting in much blasphemy but justifying the 'rock climbing' bit.
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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 1:47 pm

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I am not aware of the Clark's rock-climbing sandals you speak of but they sound spectacular. If anyone was ever in doubt that you are a ladies man, no time to talk, they only need to look at you manfully stroll round in those.

Absolutely, if I had a pound for each admiring glance I've received I'd have well in excess of five pounds.
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They look like something youd have to wear on a ward.

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Post by JuliusHMarx Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:20 pm

Galted wrote:Rarely. Though I do walk on the beach outside our development and pebbles frequently climb between sandal and foot resulting in much blasphemy but justifying the 'rock climbing' bit.

Sounds like you're certainly a wa*ker, not a climber.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:21 pm

superflyweight wrote:Music Section Morning Tea Society - Page 7 Images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcSfNMBvBc9-0CNtD9g4OfMIx620LdCYXnshWkuCRe7KUlMxRUSB1GmOR1zK&usqp=CAc

They look like something youd have to wear on a ward.  

l*l out loud.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:22 pm

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Galted wrote:Rarely. Though I do walk on the beach outside our development and pebbles frequently climb between sandal and foot resulting in much blasphemy but justifying the 'rock climbing' bit.

Sounds like you're certainly a wa*ker, not a climber.

That is a thing of beauty, Jules.

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Post by Pal Joey Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:30 pm

They look good.

Had something similar, I think, which had hundreds of tiny nipples which felt so good. Until I wore the nipples completely out.
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:42 pm

Pal Joey wrote:They look good.

Had something similar, I think, which had hundreds of tiny nipples which felt so good. Until I wore the nipples completely out.

Good?! They look like Sean's Kia Soul.

Do you have any insect related porn for me, PJ. You're the only Australian I know and also my favourite. Although I did once have a few conversations with Mark Creasy who is a very rich Australian. He wasn't interested in insects though.

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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:43 pm

Mine are a light brownish shade.

Glad someone appreciates good footwear, PJ. There aren't enough of our type of rugged outdoorsmen left in the world, what with gayness, tennis and selfies becoming so popular.
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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:46 pm

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Pal Joey wrote:They look good.

Had something similar, I think, which had hundreds of tiny nipples which felt so good. Until I wore the nipples completely out.

Good?! They look like Sean's Kia Soul.

Do you have any insect related porn for me, PJ. You're the only Australian I know and also my favourite. Although I did once have a few conversations with Mark Creasy who is a very rich Australian. He wasn't interested in insects though.

I was once chased by a solifuge in South Africa, though I think they're arachnids. It might have been hurrying from one place to another and I was in the way but it certainly felt like I was being chased.
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:50 pm

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Pal Joey wrote:They look good.

Had something similar, I think, which had hundreds of tiny nipples which felt so good. Until I wore the nipples completely out.

Good?! They look like Sean's Kia Soul.

Do you have any insect related porn for me, PJ. You're the only Australian I know and also my favourite. Although I did once have a few conversations with Mark Creasy who is a very rich Australian. He wasn't interested in insects though.

I was once chased by a solifuge in South Africa, though I think they're arachnids. It might have been hurrying from one place to another and I was in the way but it certainly felt like I was being chased.

You should have crushed it with a Clark's rock-climbing sandal. Or was that back in the Hi-Tec days?

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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 2:53 pm

More than likely I was drunk and barefoot.
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Post by Pal Joey Fri Jun 05, 2020 3:47 pm

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Pal Joey wrote:They look good.

Had something similar, I think, which had hundreds of tiny nipples which felt so good. Until I wore the nipples completely out.

Good?! They look like Sean's Kia Soul.

Do you have any insect related porn for me, PJ. You're the only Australian I know and also my favourite. Although I did once have a few conversations with Mark Creasy who is a very rich Australian. He wasn't interested in insects though.

It's a bit quiet right now considering we are in the winter months when things slow down. Maybe even more quiet than usual given we had the fires and smoke followed by the flooding rains. Wouldn't surprise me if we lost billions of insects - but I did see some activity in March-April... less in May. They just seem to pick up the pieces and start all over again when you'd bet your life that they'd all be completely wiped out forever... as in extinct. But obviously there is always one mating pair which survives! That's all they need.

Regarding specific anecdotes - I had an experience a few years ago at an old abandoned army base which was slated for demolition - 42 buildings on the outskirts of Sydney. I had to basically go around and document the extents of it all and see if there was anything was worth salvaging in terms of equipment, etc. It was so creepy considering there were obvious signs of previous human life - but when I was there it was like a ghost town.

Besides the odd brown snake, large spiders, wasp nests; one incident really freaked me out. Whilst walking along a footpath minding my own business I felt this excruciating pain on my lower leg. Like acid burning in your bloodstream. It was one of these very aggressive red ants we call fire ants. The poison is immediate - like someone cranking up the pain volume dial and you're wondering when will the agony subside. (up to a few hours... then it comes back in again in pain-throbbing shorter waves maybe up to 6-8 hours later)  I was wearing proper shoes, socks, trousers but at least one of them easily got up inside and bit me.

As I looked down... to my horror I saw I was standing about 1m from this huge nest. It was very well camouflaged. Hundreds or perhaps a few thousand more of them underground. These things run at you and when you change direction, so do they. They never give up and are quite fast... but when there are say a hundred of them, they move like the string section of an orchestra being conducted as more and more of the soldiers come out to join the fray. So I had to sort of zig-zag my way backwards swiping these tiny ferocious monsters off me as I went. They are probably still looking for me.
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Fri Jun 05, 2020 4:36 pm

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Pal Joey wrote:They look good.

Had something similar, I think, which had hundreds of tiny nipples which felt so good. Until I wore the nipples completely out.

Good?! They look like Sean's Kia Soul.

Do you have any insect related porn for me, PJ. You're the only Australian I know and also my favourite. Although I did once have a few conversations with Mark Creasy who is a very rich Australian. He wasn't interested in insects though.

It's a bit quiet right now considering we are in the winter months when things slow down. Maybe even more quiet than usual given we had the fires and smoke followed by the flooding rains. Wouldn't surprise me if we lost billions of insects - but I did see some activity in March-April... less in May. They just seem to pick up the pieces and start all over again when you'd bet your life that they'd all be completely wiped out forever... as in extinct. But obviously there is always one mating pair which survives! That's all they need.

Regarding specific anecdotes - I had an experience a few years ago at an old abandoned army base which was slated for demolition - 42 buildings on the outskirts of Sydney. I had to basically go around and document the extents of it all and see if there was anything was worth salvaging in terms of equipment, etc. It was so creepy considering there were obvious signs of previous human life - but when I was there it was like a ghost town.

Besides the odd brown snake, large spiders, wasp nests; one incident really freaked me out. Whilst walking along a footpath minding my own business I felt this excruciating pain on my lower leg. Like acid burning in your bloodstream. It was one of these very aggressive red ants we call fire ants. The poison is immediate - like someone cranking up the pain volume dial and you're wondering when will the agony subside. (up to a few hours... then it comes back in again in pain-throbbing shorter waves maybe up to 6-8 hours later)  I was wearing proper shoes, socks, trousers but at least one of them easily got up inside and bit me.

As I looked down... to my horror I saw I was standing about 1m from this huge nest. It was very well camouflaged. Hundreds or perhaps a few thousand more of them underground. These things run at you and when you change direction, so do they. They never give up and are quite fast... but when there are say a hundred of them, they move like the string section of an orchestra being conducted as more and more of the soldiers come out to join the fray. So I had to sort of zig-zag my way backwards swiping these tiny ferocious monsters off me as I went. They are probably still looking for me.

That is basically a readers wives story to me, PJ. If I had found that story in a plastic bag hidden in the woods I would have taken it home and had a huge w*nk. Great stuff.

It would have been perfect had you not slightly spoiled it by using poison instead of venom and it wouldn't have been the bite that hurt you. They only bite to get a grip whilst they plunge their stinger in you injecting the venom. Maybe that is what you were alluding to but the text would imply you were hurt by the bite itself.

Even so, a lovely piece of work and if I ever visit Australia, I will be sure to look you up for a tour of things that can potentially kill me.

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Post by JuliusHMarx Fri Jun 05, 2020 4:43 pm

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:...kill me.

Again.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Fri Jun 05, 2020 4:44 pm

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Mind the windows Tino. wrote:...kill me.

Again.

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Post by Galted Fri Jun 05, 2020 5:57 pm

Excellent, PJ, I will have to embellish my solifuge story somewhat to compete with that.
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Post by Pal Joey Sat Jun 06, 2020 12:43 am

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Pal Joey wrote:
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Pal Joey wrote:They look good.

Had something similar, I think, which had hundreds of tiny nipples which felt so good. Until I wore the nipples completely out.

Good?! They look like Sean's Kia Soul.

Do you have any insect related porn for me, PJ. You're the only Australian I know and also my favourite. Although I did once have a few conversations with Mark Creasy who is a very rich Australian. He wasn't interested in insects though.

It's a bit quiet right now considering we are in the winter months when things slow down. Maybe even more quiet than usual given we had the fires and smoke followed by the flooding rains. Wouldn't surprise me if we lost billions of insects - but I did see some activity in March-April... less in May. They just seem to pick up the pieces and start all over again when you'd bet your life that they'd all be completely wiped out forever... as in extinct. But obviously there is always one mating pair which survives! That's all they need.

Regarding specific anecdotes - I had an experience a few years ago at an old abandoned army base which was slated for demolition - 42 buildings on the outskirts of Sydney. I had to basically go around and document the extents of it all and see if there was anything was worth salvaging in terms of equipment, etc. It was so creepy considering there were obvious signs of previous human life - but when I was there it was like a ghost town.

Besides the odd brown snake, large spiders, wasp nests; one incident really freaked me out. Whilst walking along a footpath minding my own business I felt this excruciating pain on my lower leg. Like acid burning in your bloodstream. It was one of these very aggressive red ants we call fire ants. The poison is immediate - like someone cranking up the pain volume dial and you're wondering when will the agony subside. (up to a few hours... then it comes back in again in pain-throbbing shorter waves maybe up to 6-8 hours later)  I was wearing proper shoes, socks, trousers but at least one of them easily got up inside and bit me.

As I looked down... to my horror I saw I was standing about 1m from this huge nest. It was very well camouflaged. Hundreds or perhaps a few thousand more of them underground. These things run at you and when you change direction, so do they. They never give up and are quite fast... but when there are say a hundred of them, they move like the string section of an orchestra being conducted as more and more of the soldiers come out to join the fray. So I had to sort of zig-zag my way backwards swiping these tiny ferocious monsters off me as I went. They are probably still looking for me.

That is basically a readers wives story to me, PJ. If I had found that story in a plastic bag hidden in the woods I would have taken it home and had a huge w*nk. Great stuff.

It would have been perfect had you not slightly spoiled it by using poison instead of venom and it wouldn't have been the bite that hurt you. They only bite to get a grip whilst they plunge their stinger in you injecting the venom. Maybe that is what you were alluding to but the text would imply you were hurt by the bite itself.

Even so, a lovely piece of work and if I ever visit Australia, I will be sure to look you up for a tour of things that can potentially kill me.

Just dumbing things down for the average reader - not you Tino. Just the memory of it tends to bring back a sense of confusion when I write..

We can do definitely if you want. Easy. No problem. We won't have to travel very far at all.

We just leave the tourniquets at home, ensure we're out of mobile phone range (or leave them at home too) and try and get your heart rate up a bit - just prior or immediately after you get bitten by selected spider or snake.

Not a very nice way to go but my bigger concern would be the affect your permanent absence would have on here. We'd be forever mourning our loss or coming up with all sorts of conspiracy theories as to your whereabouts. I'd also have to pretend not to know anything about the real situation.
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Post by ShahenshahG Sat Jun 06, 2020 8:00 pm

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Pal Joey wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Pal Joey wrote:They look good.

Had something similar, I think, which had hundreds of tiny nipples which felt so good. Until I wore the nipples completely out.

Good?! They look like Sean's Kia Soul.

Do you have any insect related porn for me, PJ. You're the only Australian I know and also my favourite. Although I did once have a few conversations with Mark Creasy who is a very rich Australian. He wasn't interested in insects though.

It's a bit quiet right now considering we are in the winter months when things slow down. Maybe even more quiet than usual given we had the fires and smoke followed by the flooding rains. Wouldn't surprise me if we lost billions of insects - but I did see some activity in March-April... less in May. They just seem to pick up the pieces and start all over again when you'd bet your life that they'd all be completely wiped out forever... as in extinct. But obviously there is always one mating pair which survives! That's all they need.

Regarding specific anecdotes - I had an experience a few years ago at an old abandoned army base which was slated for demolition - 42 buildings on the outskirts of Sydney. I had to basically go around and document the extents of it all and see if there was anything was worth salvaging in terms of equipment, etc. It was so creepy considering there were obvious signs of previous human life - but when I was there it was like a ghost town.

Besides the odd brown snake, large spiders, wasp nests; one incident really freaked me out. Whilst walking along a footpath minding my own business I felt this excruciating pain on my lower leg. Like acid burning in your bloodstream. It was one of these very aggressive red ants we call fire ants. The poison is immediate - like someone cranking up the pain volume dial and you're wondering when will the agony subside. (up to a few hours... then it comes back in again in pain-throbbing shorter waves maybe up to 6-8 hours later)  I was wearing proper shoes, socks, trousers but at least one of them easily got up inside and bit me.

As I looked down... to my horror I saw I was standing about 1m from this huge nest. It was very well camouflaged. Hundreds or perhaps a few thousand more of them underground. These things run at you and when you change direction, so do they. They never give up and are quite fast... but when there are say a hundred of them, they move like the string section of an orchestra being conducted as more and more of the soldiers come out to join the fray. So I had to sort of zig-zag my way backwards swiping these tiny ferocious monsters off me as I went. They are probably still looking for me.

That is basically a readers wives story to me, PJ. If I had found that story in a plastic bag hidden in the woods I would have taken it home and had a huge w*nk. Great stuff.

It would have been perfect had you not slightly spoiled it by using poison instead of venom and it wouldn't have been the bite that hurt you. They only bite to get a grip whilst they plunge their stinger in you injecting the venom. Maybe that is what you were alluding to but the text would imply you were hurt by the bite itself.

Even so, a lovely piece of work and if I ever visit Australia, I will be sure to look you up for a tour of things that can potentially kill me.

Much as it amuses me that you seem stressed about being a seamstress, I have come across (happened upon, not ejaculated upon) a solution to your problem. In my boredom i have begun to notice odd things in our office and have been finding solutions to fix them. One thing that particularly caught my eye was a bug zapper that wasn't attracting any insects. Problem was easy to spot.

The bug zapper light was dwarfed by the light provided by the british version of the bat signal spotlight. i.e. A spotlight with the resident joker's bumprint on it. In the course of some research on how to get rid of the annoyance of bugs bouncing again I discovered some insect attracting spray you use on the zapper which solves the problem nicely.

In short ive found a solution to all your problems at once. Your w*nking problem, it can act as a lubricant, your dearth of insect related encounters, they'll be sitting in your lap, your seamstressing at gunpoint problem because even the polar bear humping, snow pissing Mrs Tino would draw the line at insect attracting wedding dresses and your death fetish problem (why else would you die twice a week despite the multitude of safe houses for victims of abuse?)

You can thank me later.

Peace

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Post by rIck_dAgless Mon Jun 08, 2020 7:23 am

Morning, top tips from Shah, fist.

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Post by Galted Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:29 am

Morning, Rick.

Must be doing Trump's head in that Shah's slipped the net again.
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Post by JuliusHMarx Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:37 am

Tird. I am not Edward Colston's statue.

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Post by Pal Joey Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:26 am

I'm worried about my 3rd great-grandfather's obelisk now.
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Post by JuliusHMarx Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:33 am

If he's a great grandfather then there was nothing wrong with his 'obelisk'.

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Post by rIck_dAgless Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:35 am

Galted wrote:Morning, Rick.

Must be doing Trump's head in that Shah's slipped the net again.

The Mahogany Pimpernel

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Post by rIck_dAgless Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:38 am

In an interesting development, a friend of mine has asked me for some feedback on a screenplay pilot for a sitcom he has written.

I will report back with the verdict.

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Post by Pal Joey Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:40 am

JuliusHMarx wrote:If he's a great grandfather then there was nothing wrong with his 'obelisk'.

That's right. It's in a quieter corner of England - still standing proud.

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Post by JuliusHMarx Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:46 am

Do you know much about reviewing scripts rick? My company offers a professional review service at very reasonable rates.

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Post by rIck_dAgless Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:53 am

Not really Jules, though my friend has a similar sense of humour to me, so I suspect this is more to do with using another set of eyes to see if the humour is remotely there.

However, if this needs to kick on, I will happily chuck him your way

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Post by rIck_dAgless Tue Jun 09, 2020 7:46 am

Good morning, everyone. Fist.

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Post by superflyweight Tue Jun 09, 2020 7:55 am

rick_dagless wrote:Not really Jules, though my friend has a similar sense of humour to me, so I suspect this is more to do with using another set of eyes to see if the humour is remotely there.

However, if this needs to kick on, I will happily chuck him your way

Once heard Graham Linehan say that he did a lot of script reviews and usually the bulk of his comments would be "show, don't tell" asmost scripts over explain what is happening.

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