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Post by wazza » October 26, 2015, 3:01 pm

Suppose the Aussie Burger Pub will have a yellow and black line down the middle for the Final.

Better stock up on some sausage rolls etc...



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Post by Barney » October 26, 2015, 3:24 pm

GT93 wrote:The elbow didn't connect with the head. His hip connected with Louw's shoulder. Nothing in it. Leave Saint Richie alone you mean fellas. :D

http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/all- ... chie-mccaw
What a crock of codswallop GT. Stop being a kiwi troll.
He was after him and got him.
The gentlemen's game indeed. If he was wearing a tweed blazer with leather elbow patches it may not have hurt.

Back to the footy, put your house on the aussies. :D
in my case an incomplete house. :-"

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Post by wazza » October 26, 2015, 3:43 pm

Barney put u down for a round..pay when ur back in RMB i suupose.

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Post by Barney » October 26, 2015, 3:52 pm

wazza wrote:Barney put u down for a round..pay when ur back in RMB i suupose.
Let me check the exchange rate when I return to see how much it will cost you. :-"

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Post by marjamlew » October 26, 2015, 4:38 pm

I'm a bit confused :confused: I thought that we had already won the world cup when we beat the Kiwis in the final in March. Are we doin a replay? :D
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Post by wazza » October 26, 2015, 8:17 pm

According to the Kuwis that one didnt count.

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Post by tataw » October 27, 2015, 1:50 am

Lets hope they don't use a pink ball :roll: :roll: :roll:

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Post by socksy » October 27, 2015, 9:40 am

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Post by socksy » October 29, 2015, 8:35 am

It was fifty, fifty whether here or on the joke thread but opted for here.

Richie McCaw, David Pocock and Schalk Burger are standing before God at the throne of Heaven. God looks at them and says, "Before granting you a place at my side, I must first ask you what you believe in."

Addressing Pocock first he asks, "What do you believe?" Pocock looks God in the eye and states passionately, "I believe Rugby to be the food of life. Nothing else brings such unbridled joy to so many people. I have devoted my life to bring such joy to everyone."

God offers Pocock the seat to his right.

He then turns to Schalk Burger, "And you, Schalk, what do you believe?" Schalk stands tall and proud. "I believe courage, honour and passion are the fundamentals to life and I've spent my whole playing career providing a living embodiment of these traits."

God, moved by the passion of the speech offers Schalk the seat to his left.

Finally, he turns to Richie McCaw. "And you, Richie, what do you believe?"

"I believe." says Richie ". that you're sitting in my seat." :-"
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Post by GT93 » October 29, 2015, 12:06 pm

Gosh, I didn't know Richie had any Aussie genes. He sounds like Warnie. :D

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Post by kiwisteve » October 30, 2015, 11:43 am

TURN IT UP :confused:
GT93 wrote:Gosh, I didn't know Richie had any Aussie genes. He sounds like Warnie. :D

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Post by Barney » October 30, 2015, 1:38 pm

The tension between Aussies and Kiwis is building and come Saturday prior to the game the most nervous of supporters will naturally be the Kiwis. The self doubt will rise quickly and their usual confidence will wane. They'll still be cocky at kickoff but the actual thought of losing and putting up with the relentless Aussie trash talk for the next 4 years will get to some and the current smirk will disappear.
No amount if pretending that owning the Bledisloe means more to them will help them.

The aussies are actually going for the 3 world trophy wins on the trot.
We already have the world netball trophy, the world cricket trophy and the World Rugby is the final in the trilogy.

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Aussies just hope we will win. :-"

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Post by GT93 » October 30, 2015, 2:48 pm

From the talking buffalo? :D

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Post by DRILLER » October 30, 2015, 3:14 pm

the haka will be something special. i thought i had seen the best haka ever earlier this year but i think this one will be very special too.
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Post by Barney » October 30, 2015, 3:26 pm

GT93 wrote:From the talking buffalo? :D
:D GT I quietly sit with 3 Kiwis at breakfast each morning at 5.30 and their cockiness is subsiding each morning now as realization sets in that they may not win. I'm just a very silent sentinel listening each day. :-"
Oh I occasionally remind them, in a non s..t stirring and friendly way that things can go wrong on any particular day.
I am deep down hoping to have a happy smiley breakfast come Sunday morning before catching the bus with them to work.

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Post by Bandung_Dero » October 30, 2015, 3:27 pm

Off topic.
Yes, most certainly the Kiwi Haka does show the world that at least they have balls. Effin idiots here in Australia have demanded that our balls be PINK!
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Post by GT93 » October 30, 2015, 4:11 pm

If a few thousand former private school boys from Sydney and Brisbane can beat the might of Polynesia they can walk very tall.

Personally I prefer the best result for the best and traditional Aussie football code and that would be a walkover for Saint Richie's boys.

If the All Blacks lose everyone of them will be in the history books forever as a choker and loser. I'd support them being stripped of their NZ citizenship and exiled to Sydney. They aren't eligible for welfare in Oz and should be made to shovel shxt if that's the best they can do.

Cripes I'm now sounding as belligerent as ronan.

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Post by Aardvark » October 30, 2015, 5:00 pm

GT93 wrote:If a few thousand former private school boys from Sydney and Brisbane can beat the might of Polynesia they can walk very tall.

Personally I prefer the best result for the best and traditional Aussie football code and that would be a walkover for Saint Richie's boys.

If the All Blacks lose everyone of them will be in the history books forever as a choker and loser. I'd support them being stripped of their NZ citizenship and exiled to Sydney. They aren't eligible for welfare in Oz and should be made to shovel shxt if that's the best they can do.

Cripes I'm now sounding as belligerent as ronan.
No 93, you've always been belligerent all on your own :razz: but you are right that if a bunch of private school boys can beat a country playing their national game in a World Cup Final, it is indeed a a wonderful accomplishment. Go the Wannabies \:D/

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Post by Barney » October 31, 2015, 6:27 am

GT93 wrote:If a few thousand former private school boys from Sydney and Brisbane can beat the might of Polynesia they can walk very tall.

Personally I prefer the best result for the best and traditional Aussie football code and that would be a walkover for Saint Richie's boys.

If the All Blacks lose everyone of them will be in the history books forever as a choker and loser. I'd support them being stripped of their NZ citizenship and exiled to Sydney. They aren't eligible for welfare in Oz and should be made to shovel shxt if that's the best they can do.

Cripes I'm now sounding as belligerent as ronan.
If you want to send them to Sydney, we'd have to check their criminal records first, now we are finally enforcing deportation of our ANZAC mates.

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