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Offline MagiC~*

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O.P. « 2007-Aug-01, 08:49 AM »
A leading married Sydney jock , has apparently been getting it on with another Jock from warwick farm , she has blonde hair and has been known to like a little bit of a good time  ... and the mail is even God won't be able to help him.   :look:

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« 2007-Aug-01, 08:58 AM Reply #1 »
Oh dear  ::)

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« 2007-Aug-01, 09:02 AM Reply #2 »
Oh dear  ::)

I don't want anybody naming names , these people will be going through enough turmoil with out us naming them ........ initials will be enough  .... lol

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« 2007-Aug-01, 09:26 PM Reply #3 »
i feel sorry for his wife!
its bad enough her husband left her for a younger women but to get one in racing and throw it in her face thats not very nice!
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« 2007-Aug-01, 09:55 PM Reply #4 »
No idea who it is, but I wouldnt say poor wife, I would say silly husband. Gives a whole new meaning to the terrible saying "Silk Chaser" now doesnt it?

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« 2007-Aug-02, 09:17 AM Reply #5 »
No idea who it is, but I wouldnt say poor wife, I would say silly husband. Gives a whole new meaning to the terrible saying "Silk Chaser" now doesnt it?

Blokes will be blokes, can't blame them .... they are just doing what is wired into their DNA, you know surival of the species  etc  :beer:





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« 2007-Aug-02, 01:11 PM Reply #6 »
If memory serves me correctly, I recall one Betty Bobbitt taking care of her mans "species" .........snip snip :o

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« 2007-Aug-02, 01:20 PM Reply #7 »
why not feel sorry for the wife? she was the one betrayed and yes a silly husband but still not fair to her!

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« 2007-Aug-02, 01:40 PM Reply #8 »
Sorry, didnt mean it like that GS, I just meant more fool the man in these situations.... and as for the other party ...well :/

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« 2007-Aug-02, 09:13 PM Reply #9 »
i understand what u were saying the second time i read it  sorry if i was a bit narky  cheers

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« 2007-Aug-03, 09:14 PM Reply #10 »
If memory serves me correctly, I recall one Betty Bobbitt taking care of her mans "species" .........snip snip :o

 :/  What did she make him a pair of dress pants ?

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« 2007-Aug-03, 09:34 PM Reply #11 »
Im more thinking dear Betty took the pants well and truly away from the dress magic :D

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« 2007-Aug-04, 09:05 AM Reply #12 »
Im more thinking dear Betty took the pants well and truly away from the dress magic :D


Cut him a new whole  :D

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« 2007-Aug-12, 08:56 AM Reply #13 »
Richard Zachariah reports in todays Sunday Herald Sun that Champion Jockey Darren Beadman has taken his estranged wife on a second honeymoon in London to repair their 18 year marriage. "We are very happy" they said "Its not all beer and skittles, but we are sorting things out"


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