A whole month without my mistress

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  1. Dupac

    Dupac Fortissimo User

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    Another one, with the name on it...
     
  2. Bob Grier

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    I know the feeling. Great to have you back. Enjoy!!
     
  3. tedh1951

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    Dupac,

    I'm sorry to do this to you but when you Google "dunny" on it's own - without Dupac as the pronoun - you find that in the Australian idiom (or 'strine langwich {Australian Language}) a dunny is a small room, often tiled, with a large waste pipe passing to the outside and flushed after use.

    So a dunny door from a prawn trawler has certain imbedded 'sandshoe' type odours. :oops:

    See this is how we Aussies struggle with the Queen's English - ours is a little corrupted over distance, time, and a rather perverse sense of humour, I often wonder whether one's Queen would admit to understanding this 'mutated' meaning. ;-)
     
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  4. Dupac

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    Dear Ted,
    Do you know that, in 1939-40, there has been a SERIOUS project, SERIOUSLY discussed between De Gaulle and Churchill, to enter France in the Commonwealth ?!
    Imagine : poor Queen Elizabeth II has already her children, ALL THE AUSSIES ... If she had also THE FRENCHIES !
     
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  5. tedh1951

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    Wow Dupac, no I didn't know, my history studies missed that one.

    Imagine though the Aussie larrikinism mixed with French 'attitude' - imagine meat pie 'floaters' with a French flavour - the taste buds would be in heaven ...... oh, oh, oh, Aussie beer in champagne bottles - both countries already have some of the prettiest girls in the world what a mixture. And our Queen would also be yours ROFL.
     
  6. Dupac

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    Great idea, Ted ! I suggest in "Nabuchodonosor" bottles (20 normal bottles i.e. 15 liters) . . .
    As for pretty girls, I agree, hem, wait a minute, I have to close the computer, my wife is coming !
     
  7. tedh1951

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    Ohh nice one Dupac - you've hijacked your own thread with a little help from a Aussie larrikin, yesssss :thumbsup:. It's taken me a while since the last time - but I am da winna. ROFL
     
  8. jessman

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    Congrats on your will-power my brother in sound.
    Have at it, and enjoy...

    Music is a gift from God... Those who make it, understand those words perfectly.
    Those that don't just appreciate it. You know the difference.

    Jesse Garcia
     
  9. Dupac

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    I fully agree ! Thanks for your congrats.
     

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