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Offline dubbledee

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« 2011-Feb-07, 10:04 PM Reply #25 »
Chuggers, you need an apostrophe after your name in the Title. :yes:

There are plenty of spare ones lying around the forum.   :lol:

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« 2011-Feb-08, 09:28 PM Reply #26 »
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« 2011-Feb-09, 03:32 PM Reply #27 »
After that lot he's probably now Chukkers

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« 2011-Feb-09, 09:24 PM Reply #28 »
Dogs---

After seeing Magic's sad post in his family dog  passing away it has making me think about the two dogs I have been associated with. One dog was full time--the other was "weekend" dog.

First dog was "Boof"--being a male German Shepherd pure bred--brought as a pup when I was 13--he lived for 13 years and I was "the trainer". We had a milk run at the time and was robbed twice---so in comes Boof. Well this dog was trained by me to bark but not bite--done well---loved all people (as our family was very socialable--a lot of parties--our family was 11 kids--I was 2nd youngest) and loved especially kids. Like others--Boof was almost human but was my mate. Never was robbed again--funny that  !!!---he normally used to like to sleep at night at our front door--I lived down stairs--each morning I come upstairs--he would greet me as normal---one morning--he did not move---gone--well--I was shattered---no need to say much more cause most people here know how it hurts .  Shite the hurt took a long time to mellow.

Now this is a "chuckles" blog--so not is all sad---Boof met all my gilfriends in my teenage years--and he had this embrassing trait to sniff them at the hmmmm--inappropriate  place ---when he did not--I knew that relationship would not last long      :lol:   --onya Boof--he picked all my girlfriends      :biggrin:   

Next post about my "weekend" dog--Bundy--the border collie   :love:

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« 2011-Feb-09, 09:36 PM Reply #29 »
Next post about my "weekend" dog--Bundy--the border collie

Our bloke was a border collie Chugs   emthup

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« 2011-Feb-09, 09:53 PM Reply #30 »

Our bloke was a border collie Chugs     emthup   


 :tears: Shite, this is true tears flowing Majic--bloodly hard mate.

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« 2011-Feb-10, 05:00 PM Reply #31 »
Mujibar was trying to get a job where he lives in India.

The Personnel Manager said:- "Mujibar, you have passed all the tests, except one. Unless you pass it, you cannot qualify for this job".
Mujibar said, "I am ready".
The Manager said, " Make a sentence using the words YellowPinkandGreen.

Mujibar said,
"The telephone goes Green, Green And I Pink it up and say Yellow, this is Mujibar".

Mujibar now works at a call centre.

No doubt we have all spoken to him.  I know I have.     :lol:  

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« 2011-Feb-24, 07:35 PM Reply #32 »
I was sitting in the bar at Mascot Terminal waiting to go to Breekie Creek meeting last year abd noticed a beautiful woman sitting next to me. I thought "Wow, she is nice--she must be a air hostess. I thought " I wonder which airline she works for".

Being the witty person I am I say to her "I still call Australia home".  She pulled away from me and gave a ice-cold glare.

Obviously not with Qantas, I thought    :lol:

Hoping for a more friendly reaction, I learned towards her and uttered the Delta Airline slogan, "Love to fly and it shows.."

She gave me a blank, confused stare and I immediately thought, "Hmm,Well she obviously does not work for Delta."

A second later, another slogan popped in my head, so I leaned towards her again and said, "Something special in the air."

She gave me the same confused look, and I am thinking "what am I doing wrong" while I scratch Singapore Airlines off the list.

I try more, "perhaps she works for Thai Airways....." and I said,  "Smooth as silk."

This time, the gorgeous girl said to me, "What the fck do you want,  I replied, slump back in the chair, and said, "Ahhhhh, Jetstar !!"

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« 2011-Feb-24, 07:41 PM Reply #33 »
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I always knew you had a "bit of class" Chuggers :thumbsup:

Remember who it was said that to who ? :shutup:

Neither of them are around anymore.........So don't mention their names..........they might come back.  :lol:
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« 2011-Feb-24, 07:58 PM Reply #34 »
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I always knew you had a "bit of class" Chuggers :thumbsup:

Remember who it was said that to who ? :shutup:

Neither of them are around anymore.........So don't mention their names..........they might come back.   :lol:  

Sorry, Arsenal

I mind a blank on your reply--please let me know even by PM if necessary    :beer:

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« 2011-Mar-07, 09:47 PM Reply #35 »
Sorry, Arsenal

I mind a blank on your reply--please let me know even by PM if necessary    :beer:

Just visited my blog Arsenal---and know where you are coming from---should of caught on before--lets say the dreaded long age is coming on.

Sporty & OL are out of my life---and if they see this post--you can both fck off.

Thanks re advice of TAB tickets--put them the draw--so I can get a drink in June---trust we can meet up.

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« 2011-Mar-08, 02:46 AM Reply #36 »
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« 2011-Mar-08, 02:46 AM Reply #37 »
I was sitting in the bar at Mascot Terminal waiting to go to Breekie Creek meeting last year abd noticed a beautiful woman sitting next to me. I thought "Wow, she is nice--she must be a air hostess. I thought " I wonder which airline she works for".

Being the witty person I am I say to her "I still call Australia home".  She pulled away from me and gave a ice-cold glare.

Obviously not with Qantas, I thought     :lol:  

Hoping for a more friendly reaction, I learned towards her and uttered the Delta Airline slogan, "Love to fly and it shows.."

She gave me a blank, confused stare and I immediately thought, "Hmm,Well she obviously does not work for Delta."

A second later, another slogan popped in my head, so I leaned towards her again and said, "Something special in the air."

She gave me the same confused look, and I am thinking "what am I doing wrong" while I scratch Singapore Airlines off the list.

I try more, "perhaps she works for Thai Airways....." and I said,  "Smooth as silk."

This time, the gorgeous girl said to me, "What the fck do you want,  I replied, slump back in the chair, and said, "Ahhhhh, Jetstar !!"

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« 2011-Mar-08, 08:02 PM Reply #38 »
I was listerning to Rad's radio show tonight--and we had all shiela's night due to international womens day today.

In thinking of a few requests from days gone buy--I thought:-

IF MAMA CASS SHARED HER CHICKEN SANDWICH WITH KAREN CARPENTER THEY MAY BOTH BE ALIVE TODAY[/b]

Moving thoughts.   :chin:

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« 2011-Mar-09, 07:07 PM Reply #39 »
A 15yo Amish boy and his father were in a mall. They were amazed by almost everything they saw, but especially two shiny,silver walls that could move apart and then slide back together again.

The boy asked, "What is this Father ?" The father (never having seen an elevator) responded, "Son, I have never seen anything like this in my life, I don't know what it is."

While the boy and his father were watching with amazement, a fat old lady in a wheel chair moved up to the moving walls and pressed a button. The walls opened, and the lady rolled between them into a small room. The walls closed, and the boy and his father watched the small numbers above the walls light up sequentially. They continued to watch until it reached the last number, and then the numbers began to light in the reverse order.

Finally the walls opened up again and a gorgeous 24yo blonde stepped out.

The father, not taking his eyes off the young woman, said quietly to his son,  "Go get your mother."

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« 2011-Mar-27, 05:53 PM Reply #40 »
Well this footy tipping/betting by me this year so far has been absolute crap on my part.

After determined to get all my losses back on the footy by backing the Warriors heavily--I crash again.

I thought stuff this I need to give up on punting on the footy for a while.

So I walk past the pub--double back--walk in--and said--give me 20 mystery bets on each of the remaining 2 footy games.

And up they lob 2 results for 2 games $330 for $40.

Someone up there is looking after me   :  :biggrin:

My faith has been restored    :lol:

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« 2011-Mar-27, 06:39 PM Reply #41 »
Just to start---my lovely Mrs--known as Juggers on this forum--has overseen this post before posting   :biggrin:

Jugs is slightly older than me and we are both over the half century.  After been retrenched in her last 2 jobs ---you could say she was down on the world as she loves to work and after many many applications and never been unemployed in her life she was getting the usual rejections on applications.

It was considered by us that she retire from the workforce and rely on my wage---it could be done--but she said amoung other things--that my punting allowance would be reduced by a three quarters---that scared the shite out of me---and lets say that was sacrilege   :mad:--and we had to work at a better option.

She did obtain another job but she would come home most days very unhappy--the details I will not bore you.

Up comes another advert for a local job that she said she would apply--she put in an amazing application IMHO as the research she did was extensive and this is the most important part---while she was retrenched--she did a lot of charity work--and one for this organisation--working at their yearly event for nothing--it was bloody cold/ice/wind  etc... but she started at 7am--finished at 3pm.

So there is one job--100 applicants--and 5 to be interviewed. Yep--she gets an interview---and during this---one of them says--was that you working for us at the annual event in the cold/ice/wind--YEP-she proudly says.\    :biggrin:  

So she got the job---a happy wife is a happy life--and I am very proud of her   :love:

And the most important--my punting allowance stays intact.

The moral of this story--good deeds normally come back in a positive way---do they call that--"Karma".

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« 2011-Mar-27, 06:56 PM Reply #42 »
but she said amoung other things--that my punting allowance would be reduced by a three quarters---

Yeah right!!!

Do the maths, Chuggers.

In reality it would be reduced by 10%.

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« 2011-Mar-27, 07:42 PM Reply #43 »
Good on you Juggers  emthup   emthup

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« 2011-Mar-27, 07:56 PM Reply #44 »
Good on you Juggers   emthup     emthup  

Grats,

On what--getting her job or my punting allowance    :lol:   :lol:

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« 2011-Mar-27, 08:26 PM Reply #45 »
Getting her job, but now you mention the punting allowance-------,   :biggrin:

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« 2011-Mar-27, 08:30 PM Reply #46 »
Getting her job, but now you mention the punting allowance-------,    :biggrin:  

The latter was so important     :lol:   :lol:

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« 2011-Mar-27, 09:25 PM Reply #47 »
Good for her chuggers...........well done missus juggers. :clap2:

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« 2011-Mar-27, 09:36 PM Reply #48 »
Good for her chuggers...........well done missus juggers. :clap2:

Well done juggers, being happy in life, is the most important thing in life.

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« 2011-Mar-28, 11:37 AM Reply #49 »
Well done juggers, being happy in life, is the most important thing in life.

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