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Re: T.G.I.A C.B!

Postby bunyip » 17 May 2018, 09:01

We own a drop bear sanctuary, nasty bloody thiings but they are protected.
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Re: T.G.I.A C.B!

Postby peatop » 17 May 2018, 10:58

bunyip wrote:We own a drop bear sanctuary, nasty bloody thiings but they are protected.

Oh! Wow. And do you alow free camping for the young ladies? I wanted some drop bears but they tend to drink a lot :shock:
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Postby Digger » 18 May 2018, 08:16

I allow free camping to gorgeous young Belgian tourists that break down on the highway (X 5)

That was fun!

The yowies got all the drop bears at my place, which is a pity as they kept the cat numbers down!

I thought I saw a dead Koala on the road coming down to Mallacoota yesterday.
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Re: T.G.I.A C.B!

Postby peatop » 18 May 2018, 17:42

Digger wrote:I allow free camping to gorgeous young Belgian tourists that break down on the highway (X 5)

That was fun!

The yowies got all the drop bears at my place, which is a pity as they kept the cat numbers down!

I thought I saw a dead Koala on the road coming down to Mallacoota yesterday.

Dead? Or dead drunk? :?
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Re: T.G.I.A C.B!

Postby Digger » 19 May 2018, 08:38

peatop wrote:
Digger wrote:I allow free camping to gorgeous young Belgian tourists that break down on the highway (X 5)

That was fun!

The yowies got all the drop bears at my place, which is a pity as they kept the cat numbers down!

I thought I saw a dead Koala on the road coming down to Mallacoota yesterday.

Dead? Or dead drunk? :?


At 100 KPH I didn’t get to smell its breath, but there were no empty bottles near it if that helps~
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Re: T.G.I.A C.B!

Postby Jacko » 21 May 2018, 21:32

peatop wrote:
Digger wrote:I allow free camping to gorgeous young Belgian tourists that break down on the highway (X 5)

That was fun!

The yowies got all the drop bears at my place, which is a pity as they kept the cat numbers down!

I thought I saw a dead Koala on the road coming down to Mallacoota yesterday.

Dead? Or dead drunk? :?


How much can a Koala Bear.
Might have been just having a snooze !
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Re: T.G.I.A C.B!

Postby Digger » 22 May 2018, 08:00

Coming in and out of Mallacoota last week we saw female Lyre birds on the Genoa Road on 3 out of 4 occasions last week!

In each case they were lucky not to get skittled.
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Re: T.G.I.A C.B!

Postby peatop » 22 May 2018, 08:19

Digger wrote:Coming in and out of Mallacoota last week we saw female Lyre birds on the Genoa Road on 3 out of 4 occasions last week!

In each case they were lucky not to get skittled.

Are you lying?
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Re: T.G.I.A C.B!

Postby Digger » 22 May 2018, 22:29

peatop wrote:
Digger wrote:Coming in and out of Mallacoota last week we saw female Lyre birds on the Genoa Road on 3 out of 4 occasions last week!

In each case they were lucky not to get skittled.

Are you lying?

I can settle that, wheel in the lyre detector~
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