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Re: 2010 Turkish Grandprix

Postby DixonFan on Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:00 am

Funkmother wrote::eek: OMG, you're not suggesting that you think Mark has a chance at... no, no, you couldn't have. :\


As someone who has not been overly keen on webber (which is slightly odd given the ANZAC spirit), I have to say the last few weeks (incl Spain & Monaco) has really seen me change my views on Webber. Apart from Hamilton (sorry), he is the one I am rooting for - something I never thought I would do..

So in the spirit of famous cricket chants as bowlers approach the crease, "Webber (clap clap clap) Webber (clap clap clap)" followed by Bay 13's classic chant "Vettel's a wanker (clap clap clap), Vettel's a wanker (clap clap clap)" (you really need to see Hadlee vs Jones at the MCG in the mid 80's to truly appreciate)
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Re: 2010 Turkish Grandprix

Postby Guy with a Beer on Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:28 am

And usually somewhere along the line will be.

"You're going home in the back of a divvy van clap clap cl-cl-clap cla-cl-cl-cl-cl-cla-clap"
"Tit's out for the boys, tits out for the boys"
"Skul, skul skul, skul ,skul...."
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Re: 2010 Turkish Grandprix

Postby Lyria on Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:17 pm

Oh I say, not sure I should read anymore of this. Don't you have some charming songs/chants down there :roll:
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Re: 2010 Turkish Grandprix

Postby Sinister on Wed Jun 09, 2010 1:18 pm

:hihi:
The Master Of Mind Games and the undisputed King Of Groaners :clap:


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Re: 2010 Turkish Grandprix

Postby Guy with a Beer on Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:31 pm

Lyria wrote:Oh I say, not sure I should read anymore of this. Don't you have some charming songs/chants down there :roll:


Not in Bay 13 at the MCG we don't. However my days of sitting there getting covered by whatever gets thrown into air (usually beer) during the Mexican wave have passed... These days I sit directly above them and get a birsdeye view of the fights that go on down there.
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Re: 2010 Turkish Grandprix

Postby Funkmother on Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:00 am

You've racked up a few innings at the MCG then. _O_
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Re: 2010 Turkish Grandprix

Postby Lawrence on Mon Dec 22, 2014 3:19 am

This bump is for Sakae.....seeing how we never tire of discussing this.
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