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Old 08-24-2016, 01:38 PM
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its got to be Foster!
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Old 08-24-2016, 02:07 PM
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its got to be Foster!
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Old 08-24-2016, 03:24 PM
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Come on!

its got to be Foster!
You beat me to it.
You guys haven't ever visited Australia, have you?
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You guys haven't ever visited Australia, have you?
Throw another shrimp on the Barbie while you fetch me another fosters, Aye Mate?
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Old 08-25-2016, 03:49 AM
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The least likely sentence you'll ever hear from an Aussie.
We do you use the word "barbie" but NO ONE in their right mind drinks Fosters.
Apparently, decades ago, it was an ok beer but not in my life time.
And shrimp is an American term for prawns.
Now, if you'd said VB or Tooheys or Boags or XXXX (pronounced "four ecks") or Reschs or even James Squire then maybe.
Seriously, if you turned up at a party with a case of Fosters they'd kick you and your beer out the front door for being the social equivalent of athlete's foot.
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Old 08-25-2016, 05:19 AM
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Im going with Django
Who doesnt wanna yell DJANGO at the top of their lungs.
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Im going with Django
Who doesnt wanna yell DJANGO at the top of their lungs.
SAMUEL L JACKSON for one, he might strain his milk.
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Old 08-28-2016, 12:51 AM
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Sounds like your '93 Perth trip was s bit like the 60s. If you can remember Perth you weren't there. I went on a hunt in May and all I could buy at Licola General Store was VB and Carlton Draught which is only a short step from VB - at least IMO. They're both made by Carlton United Brewers. It not a beer I'd buy out of choice but it's still 100 times better than Fosters.
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Old 08-28-2016, 01:21 AM
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To the best of my knowledge, Fosters is not even made in Australia anymore.
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To the best of my knowledge, Fosters is not even made in Australia anymore.
I think it's only made in the UK now and they make all of those licenced beers taste the same......bad.
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Old 08-28-2016, 03:27 AM
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Carlton draught is nice on tap .
VB is nice in a long neck .
VB in a can is the best when its brewed in Queensland . Imo.
In vic i like carlton cold in stubbies.
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Carlton draught is nice on tap .
VB is nice in a long neck .
VB in a can is the best when its brewed in Queensland . Imo.
In vic i like carlton cold in stubbies.
I didn't know VB came in longnecks, just the stubbies they usually do.
I bought VB in cans when we were at Licola.
It's not a beer to drink lukewarm.
It needs to be icy.
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Sounds like your '93 Perth trip was s bit like the 60s. If you can remember Perth you weren't there. I went on a hunt in May and all I could buy at Licola General Store was VB and Carlton Draught which is only a short step from VB - at least IMO. They're both made by Carlton United Brewers. It not a beer I'd buy out of choice but it's still 100 times better than Fosters.
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Old 02-13-2017, 05:53 AM
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It's been a while

What have you been calling him for the last 7 months?
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Happened to run across the Westminister Dog show yesterday, a 2016 U tube replay.

Wow-some of those dogs should be outlawed-big fancy a55 poodles, esp.
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At our big shot show on Friday and present were a few dogs, including some very large Ridgebacks. One very posh looking lady was walking towards us towing one of these and the dog was showing all the characteristics we dog owners all know, the sinking back legs the straight out tail and the desire to stand still. YEP!! you are way ahead of me. A front end loader was needed to remove the outpourings from the carpeted floor. Like all true gentlemen should, we ignored the incident and walked on by ...... holding our mouths and noses, not for the aroma but to stop us blurting out laughing.

The dogs name the lady was using was not printable on this forum
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Outside dogs should be named one syllable words that can easily yelled and distinguished from other common commands IMO.
My aussie was Jeb, 1998-2007 R.I.P.
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(I know the "Australian Shepherd" is not Australian, but let's just go with it for now)

LOML's best friend's husband just got a new "Aussie" male pup to go with his two 11-year-old dogs, Murphy and Digger. He runs cattle and the dogs have made it much easier for him and he wants the new dog to learn how and take the load off the older dogs.

But he needs a name to go with Murphy and Digger.

I suggested "Dog" after the character in "Footrot Flats" (which my Aussie brother-in-law introduced to my family) but he didn't go for it.

Any good Aussie dog names he could try?

Since the definition for Murphy is... "a white or Irish potato" and the othr dogs name is "Digger" seems only natural to name him "Spud". Now you have two potatoes and one digger... How natural is that?
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Old 03-19-2017, 04:29 AM
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How about Cobber?
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