Great moments in sarcasm

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28 Responses to Great moments in sarcasm

  1. mh

    No comment from the lightweight idiot last night?

    So surprised.

  2. Delcon

    PVO deserves a separate section dedicated to him in the “Tweets Which Did Not Age Well” hall of fame.

  3. Tel

    Arky #3189071:

    Actually, maybe ending a sentence with four dots indicates the writer is trailing off with a sense of smugness and moral superiority, in which case, carry on ….

    Hopefully I have never used four dots … I’m a three dots in the middle of every sentence kind of guy.

  4. Dr Faustus

    The Wallabies really missed Folau tonight….

    And a stable halves pairing;
    And a sensible exit from the 22;
    And the basic skills/discipline to avoid throwing long/unexpected passes in front of a fast, flat defence.

    At least RA has Qantas locked in as a sponsor.
    Because winter is coming.

  5. Roger

    The Wallabies really missed Folau tonight….

    And a coach who’d studied the opposition’s form.

  6. Jock

    But Roger, we gave the english our old coach!!

    BTW Please everyone. Make it a duty, make it final. Never read PVO or Saavva. Poke your eyes out with a hot poker, but dont read them. You will be driven to distraction.

  7. jupes

    Look the Wallabies might be losers but at least they are inclusive losers which is much more important. The banning of Folau proves just how inclusive this team is.

    It’s not the results that matter, but how you prostrate yourself to your new homo overlords.

  8. Infidel Tiger

    Cheika wanted to play a possession style game without knowing who his halves were and with the best ball runner in world rugby sitting home in Australia because some uppity fag doesn’t like him.

    We really are a stupid country.

  9. stackja

    Cheika says emotions too raw to decide future, defends Wallabies’ tactics in record loss to England

    “I will be honest, it’s a cruel, cruel world nowadays when you are asking those questions two minutes after you’ve been knocked out of the World Cup,” Cheika said.

    “If you find inside you, to find a little bit of compassion, for people who are hurting, just ask the more relevant questions. I will tell you for me, I came here with only one thought in my mind and that was winning. That door has just disappeared now, not 15-20 minutes ago.

    “I know that’s what the papers demand but perhaps whatever your news outlet is or whatever, think about people’s feelings for a minute. Just chill.”

    Israel Folau probably has compassion for Rugby hurting.

  10. Peter Greagg

    What is this post about?
    (I know I can probably guess by the comments), but what did CL post? It is blank now?

  11. calli

    Peter, check the date of Wrongselen’s tweet.

    He is preening himself over the Wallabies’ win without Folau. Predictably, for all except this twit, that win was shortlived. Last night was a taste of things to come.

    The stupidity persists, sadly.

  12. Beachcomber

    Infidel Tiger at 3:08 pm

    ….. the best ball runner in world rugby sitting home in Australia because some uppity fag doesn’t like him.

    We really are a stupid country.

    Yep

  13. Shy Ted

    Good spot, calli. That was the win over the All Blacks. Silence on 19/10/19.

  14. Roger

    Last night was a taste of things to come.

    Coach exiting (most likely) along with a number of players.

    Meanwhile, Super Rugby crowds continue their downward spiral.

    And it was only c. two years that things were considered so bad a senate inquiry was initiated into the state of the game.

    Time for Clyne & Castle to go.

  15. Tim Neilson

    ….. the best ball runner in world rugby sitting home in Australia because some uppity fag doesn’t like him.

    Cast your mind back to the Wales game.

    One point down with ten minutes to play and the most prolific try scorer in Super Rugby history has been left at the other end of the Pacific Ocean.

    Let’s face it, we’re not good enough to have won the cup, but with Folau we might have got into a winnable quarter final against France.

    This is our worst world cup performance ever. We’ve lost quarter finals before, but only by one kick, not by the equivalent of three converted tries and a penalty.

    But we’re number one for wokeness.

  16. A reader

    Such a disgrace. Issy however was a star at the ACL conference over the weekend and his Mrs won the Constellation Cup game for the Kiwis today

  17. The Barking Toad

    Van Oscillate

    He touches himself at night

  18. Whalehunt Fun

    Utterly lonely people oft do.

  19. Catfeesh?

    Cheika wanted to play a possession style game without knowing who his halves were and with the best ball runner in world rugby sitting home in Australia because some uppity fag doesn’t like him.

    Homos really shouldn’t be allowed into positions of responsibility. Seems to be gayness first, everything else last.

  20. Bruce of Newcastle

    It’s hilarious when a lefty accidentally tells the truth whilst trying to be sarcastic.

  21. Ubique

    Never read PVO or Saavva

    I never read their articles. The insufferable pair of Turnbullites has zero political nouse or judgement.

  22. Fair shake of the sauce

    Wallabies and Rugby Australia, what a rabble.

    Maybe we did need God on our side.

  23. Jannie

    Watched the replay, and there is something missing and its not just Izzy. They don’t believe in themselves, their karma is bad and their luck is gone. And lots of their erstwhile loyal supporters don’t give a rats arse and even think they deserve it. Get woke go broke.

  24. Catfeesh?

    Hmm, I’d like to take back my post from last night. Shouldn’t post after a full day working in the sun and a few soothing ales. Delete away, Sinc

  25. John A

    Ubique #3189541, posted on October 21, 2019 at 1:37 am

    Never read PVO or Saavva

    I never read their articles. The insufferable pair of Turnbullites has zero political nouse or judgement.

    Wot? Not even for the humour/sarcasm/schadenfreude?

  26. Up The Workers!

    Having an Orifice of my own, I don’t miss the A.L.P.’s monocular Peter van Orifice nightly on the Labor box of idiots.

    Most people (Richo excluded) Have one…some people (Peter van – we’re looking at You), Are one.

  27. Bad Samaritan

    Jannie (6.35am). I won heavily on the match, taking the Pick Your Own Line at -19.5 for England. The actual line was -8.5 or -9.5 which I knew was far too optimistic.

    Anyhow…once RA and it’s bigots had let it be known that Pacific Islanders were sub-human Christian rednecks, and that white guys like David Pocock were the woke-ones they wanted, I had a little feeling that things might not go well.

    The first group game where Fiji put it to them, had me wondering whether the black wallabies might not have felt more empathy with their fellow Christians on the opposing team than with the Oxford St shirt-lifters in their own. Anyhow…the rest is history.

    The only reasonable solution? Alan Jones to be put in charge of RA ASAP!

  28. Jannie

    Good pick Samaritan. I have heard that the great majority of Islanders are very sympathetic to Folau, but understand it is necessary to keep submissively quiet when their livelihoods are at stake. They play for money. Loyalty to the Wallabies is mostly about corporate propaganda. Pocock is a disgrace and a traitor to his forefathers. Sadly Alan Jones is getting on a bit.

    Ckeika’s after game conference wallowing in self pity was nauseating. They know they have fucked up but they also know that RA has a big hand in their failure, and yet they understand it is necessary to keep submissively quiet when their livelihoods are at stake. Its pathetic.

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