Open Forum: April 3, 2021

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  1. Leigh Lowe says:

    A regional Victorian town has raised the alarm as syphilis rates reach historic high, particularly among bisexual men.

    This is surprising.
    Who would have thought that fifty closeteers* exchanging bodily fluids in a toilet block would lead to that?
    .
    * “bi-sexual” … come on, man, they’re gay.
    This is a cover story. “One of the bi’s caught off a chick”.

  2. Leigh Lowe says:

    Ooooh.
    Very tasteful page topper.

  3. Tailgunner says:

    FFS, Leigh – STUD magazine is ↖️ way!?

  4. Snoopy says:

    .

    * “bi-sexual” … come on, man, they’re gay.
    This is a cover story. “One of the bi’s caught off a chick”.

    Some chicks only have a back bottom.

  5. max says:

    Arky,

    This is Australia, 2021.

    That explains the mysterious classifieds promising $200 for cars at the end of their life cycle.

  6. Leigh Lowe says:

    Some chicks only have a back bottom.

    You need to keep your guard up these days.
    Things aren’t always as advertised on the can.

  7. Makka says:

    US Office occupancy and travel collapse in charts;

    https://twitter.com/biancoresearch/status/1380153221243666433

  8. duncanm says:

    Aboriginal Deaths in Custody you say?

    “Michael (Suckling) was morbidly obese – he gained 140 kilograms in weight from the time he went into custody until the time of his death,”
    .. he died weighing 200 kilograms

    Aboriginal indeed..

    (ps: quite an appropriate name, me thinks).

  9. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Air stowaway seeks mates behind his crate escape

    By Mark Bridges
    The Times
    2:21PM April 9, 2021
    16 Comments

    A man who endured five tortuous days in a crate while attempting to travel home from Australia via airmail is hoping to be reunited with the two Irishmen who nailed the box shut.

    In 1965 Brian Robson, then 19, was feeling homesick after working for 11 months with Victorian Railways but could not leave by normal means as he lacked a passport under the terms of the immigration scheme he had signed up for.

    He decided to smuggle himself home in a fridge-sized crate and enlisted two Irish friends from his railway job, whose names — as far as he can remember — were Paul and John. Having bought the crate, Robson was sealed inside, along with pillows, a suitcase, a book of Beatles songs and two pint bottles – one filled with water and one empty “for obvious reasons”.

    He had no food and had not eaten for three days before travelling. “I could imagine nothing worse than wanting to go to the loo,” he said.

    The plan went badly awry when the crate was put on to a much slower route than the expected 36-hour one. Robson was inside for a total of five days, often upside down after handlers disregarded his “This Side Up” notices.

    After all that time he ended up not in London but in Los Angeles where he was discovered by officials, leading to an FBI investigation to check he wasn’t a spy. After treatment in hospital, he was flown home, first class, by Pan Am, amid a media storm.

    Robson, 75, from Cardiff, wrote to the men once he was in Britain but never heard back. Describing the friends he hopes to speak to for the first time, he said: “Without them, I couldn’t have done it. I needed people I could rely on and help me plan it, do it. They were trustworthy [and] just amazing people. I’d love to be in touch with them.”

  10. Leigh Lowe says:

    JC says:

    April 9, 2021 at 5:17 pm

    Amazing old pics. 

    Two things.
    1. Amazing how many telegraph wires were strung around US cities in the ’20’s and ’30’s.
    2. These days, Babe Ruth would be chucked out of most sports draft camps on day 1 for being too chubby.

  11. Top Ender says:

    – STUD magazine is ↖️ way!?

    Also the Annual Cat Cleanskin Calendar…tastefully done nude Cats in their natural environment.

    (Can I have mine taken with the thin lens, underwater, in murky conditions please?)

    All proceeds to the Catallaxy Free Speech Fighting Fund.

  12. Leigh Lowe says:

    More from the article on the unfortunately named Mr Suckling …

    She said Mr Suckling suffered a medical episode “that seemed to be a stroke” the day before his death.

    Michael refused further medical treatment but was given medication,” she said.

    So the fat fuck went the full Mr Creosote and ate himself into the size of a haystack, refused treatment when he might have had a stroke, and somehow this will be someone else’s fault.

  13. Delta A says:

    tastefully done nude Cats

    Isn’t that an oxymoron?

  14. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    A regional Victorian town has raised the alarm as syphilis rates reach historic high, particularly among bisexual men.

    Dan voters not doing Dan-mandated social distancing? I’m shocked.

  15. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Aboriginal indeed..

    You’ll be off Bruce Pascoe’s Christmas card list…

  16. JC says:

    Oh God. Everyday.

  17. Tailgunner says:

    JC, stop that – why aren’t you slaving over a hot iron?
    Wifey on the job?

  18. Tailgunner says:

    Are you bringing her? 👍

  19. Tom says:

    Hey, JC, I see one of the left’s corporate darlings, David Gonski, is about to be appointed chairman of the Sydney Airport monopoly, which sends you a fat quarterly cheque for price-gouging its users. What do the Chicoms call it? Guanxi.
    Ross Greenwood is interviewing him on Sky’s Weekend Business at 11am on Sunday.

  20. JC says:

    Two things.
    1. Amazing how many telegraph wires were strung around US cities in the ’20’s and ’30’s.
    2. These days, Babe Ruth would be chucked out of most sports draft camps on day 1 for being too chubby.

    The space surrounding newly constructed buildings in some of those familiar cities is amazing.

  21. Rockdoctor says:

    Amazing old pics. Mostly US focused.

    Nice and wow, I still see Bucyrus machinery on sites from time to time. No way you’d see 46 blokes in a bucket these days…

  22. Roger says:

    Amazing old pics. Mostly US focused.

    +1 JC.

    These days, Babe Ruth would be chucked out of most sports draft camps on day 1 for being too chubby.

    Ran like a girl, too.

  23. Tailgunner says:

    needed people I could rely on and help me plan it, do it. They were trustworthy
    Nice.
    The boyos thought he was even crazier than them.
    ‘Straya

  24. H B Bear says:

    Aboriginal indeed..

    You’ll be off Bruce Pascoe’s Christmas card list…

    That should save some paperbark.

  25. JC says:

    Tom
    You should feel good about it. They stopped paying divs after the 2020 February one. 🙂 They’re ok though and can go on for ever because the domestic side of the business is roughly at 50% capacity and they’re breaking-even pretty much on a operating basis.

    Gonski is such a swamper… But if we need a swamper as chairman, you can’t do better than him. 🙂

    Seriously, you worry about tail risk. Who the fuck would have guessed the china bug, hey?

    If they manage to get off the ground this and next year along with interest rates remaining where they are, the stock is heading to 12 buck plus a share.

  26. Anne says:

    Nice Opera House you got there, Sydney.

    Be a shame if it got struck by lightning.

  27. Tailgunner says:

    The brunette in the powder blue&pink in the front row for mine, thanks.

  28. JC says:

    LOl

    MISTER BIDEN, YOUR POWER IS NOT ABSOLUTE: Biden Says He Won’t Infringe the Second Amendment, But Claims No Constitution Amendment is ‘Absolute’.

    What part of “shall not be infringed” is hard to understand.

    And Mister Biden, you’re not a duly elected anything. You’re a fraud. And you’re not the boss of us.

  29. Leigh Lowe says:

    These days, Babe Ruth would be chucked out of most sports draft camps on day 1 for being too chubby.

    Ran like a girl, too.

    Well, when you are hitting every third pitch into the next postcode, you can run like a fucking three-legged camel as far as I’m concerned.

  30. Leigh Lowe says:

    If they manage to get off the ground this and next year along with interest rates remaining where they are, the stock is heading to 12 buck plus a share.

    Shouldn’t you put a disclaimer on that?
    😀😀😀

  31. Snoopy says:

    Another AMP.

  32. Roger says:

    Well, when you are hitting every third pitch into the next postcode, you can run like a fucking three-legged camel as far as I’m concerned.

    Granted, he didn’t get a lot of practice. He must have had very small feet. I thought it was Ruth who was nicknamed “Twinkletoes” as a result but it was actually his successor at the Yankees, George Selkirk.

  33. areff says:

    The Babe didn’t start his career as a fatso. He was quite slim early on, when primarily a pitcher:

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/ef/fc/11/effc11d87efe566a66bc922c48b7e17a.jpg

    And sheer mass has never been held against any batter who can hit. Witness Cecil “Big Daddy” Fielder.

    His son, Prince Fielder, was also no sylph.

  34. JC says:

    No, because it will happen with those two things happening.

    1/ I’m not in the least worried about monetary policy because I think the world is moving to a new regime where higher inflation will be tolerated as a result of looser monetary policy. I think the RBA will plod along and follow this.

    2/ Opening up is the problematic factor in my mind. Are we going to get a decent grip on this bug? More than likely but there is a big risk.

    12 bucks plus if this happens.

  35. Leigh Lowe says:

    Granted, he didn’t get a lot of practice. He must have had very small feet.

    If you are whacking it out of the park and taking a casual stroll around the diamond, no-one cares about your running style.

  36. Leigh Lowe says:

    Taking a long view JC, it is decidedly under-cooked at $6.

  37. Leigh Lowe says:

    Is it just me, or does anyone else think these “instalment pay” stocks (Afterpay etc) are grossly over-valued.
    The business model is nothing fantastic.

  38. Mark from Melbourne says:

    tastefully done nude Cats

    Isn’t that an oxymoron?

    No, that is multiple oxymorons!

    In any event, I have finished starching and ironing the boxers and sox, deciding on the appropriate accoutrements, dressed in my very best inner-city hipster clobber (the better to remain undetected) and (once I’ve finished feeding the ageing schnauzer), shall sally forth to brave the rigours of a Cat function.

    A warning to those attending… SWMBO will also be in attendance. So behave. Any repeat of the [stop that – Sinc].

  39. calli says:

    Have fun, Melbourne Cats and Kittehs.

    Today has been a tough day saying goodbye to a much loved one. But also wonderful – people I haven’t seen for forty years there to pay their respects to a great bloke. Kids from the past now grown old and grey just like me. 😀

  40. Makka says:

    The business model is nothing fantastic.

    Millenials+Robinhood+leverage+it’s all new

  41. Roger says:

    Opening up is the problematic factor in my mind. Are we going to get a decent grip on this bug? More than likely but there is a big risk.

    It’s not this bug we have to worry about, it’s the next one.

  42. calli says:

    I love those old photos JC. I imagine what the people in them were like, how they lived. The next set was great too. The Vickers factory and building a bi-plane, factory girls making radio sets. Good stuff.

  43. Nob says:

    “bi-sexual” … come on man

    Eww!

    But yes, “bisexual” is usually a ploy to get straights invested (“Invested”? “Taxed” in reality) in the over-amplified concerns of a tiny minority within a minority.

  44. Roger says:

    factory girls making radio sets.

    With hair cuts that are all the go today, 100 years later!

  45. Leigh Lowe says:

    Millenials+Robinhood+leverage+it’s all new

    Yeah.
    Four x fortnightly payments.
    Totally different to a monthly billing on a credit card payable 30 days later.
    Totally.

  46. Rockdoctor says:

    Anyone get a load of this gobbledygook from News.com? I have had a crap 48 hours and am a tad crabby, yup working late because of others stupidity is grating.

    So what did Scomo get agreed to? I am really curious. Seems WA & Qld have reserved the right to still shut borders at a whim. Venues can now go to 2sq m per person, wow big win. Oh, but stadiums can now fill. Nothing else by the looks. So in essence he got more concessions for sport which IMO have had way too much already but must keep those circuses in action…

    https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/health-problems/national-cabinet-agreement-paves-way-for-eased-coronavirus-restrictions-nationwide/news-story/4870ada929d5eedc2e81de868a33d3bf

  47. H B Bear says:

    Calli – who doesn’t love a woman on the tools? Preferably while you’re watching the cricket.

  48. Makka says:

    I see the propaganda arm of the Australian democratic People’s Republic (MSM) has suddenly found deep dive statistics and data analysis in it’s frantic efforts to convince us that the wonder drug to save us all from the deadly China Virus- AZ – is actually really safe while they dramatically limit it’s deployment. After just a day ago rigorously backing it’s absolute safety, urging everyone to DON”T PANIC!

    How good we have such competent people running the show for us.

  49. H B Bear says:

    Loose credit usually works well. Until it doesn’t.

  50. Roger says:

    Totally different to a monthly billing on a credit card payable 30 days later.
    Totally.

    Young folk without full time employment & pensioners find it hard to get credit cards; that’s the market Afterpay et al are servicing. And it’s not small.

  51. Nob says:

    The funniest, sweariest, rantiest podcast I’ve heard for weeks.

    The Thought Police

    Recommend to all for a cathartic listen, London TALKradio host Mike Graham and his mate letting it all loose about Boris, senile Biden, COVID, nanny-state, dogshit, everything – like Derek and Clive on the wine.

    These guys are practically mainstream media but I doubt there’s anyone in Australian media putting out anything like this that is as widely listened to.

  52. Boambee John says:

    I wasn’t talking to you Bruce, this was not about gun rights. It was about candy being a performative frightbat.

    This from the sponsor of the four year long frightbat performance on Wussia, Wussia, Wussia, Mueller, Mueller, Mueller, Twump, Twump, Twump!

  53. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Today has been a tough day saying goodbye to a much loved one.

    Sad day for you calli – but you always find the silver lining which is such an endearing quality.

  54. Caveman says:

    MG are shit , they tried back in the mid/late 90s to revive the brand.
    If its not at least a TC. Forget it.
    You just buying a rebranded Haval.

  55. dover_beach says:

    Today in Liberalism:

    Transwoman (46 y/o, identifies as a woman since 15 months) wants to enter a convent as a nun.
    The convents won’t allow her, because according to the Catholic Church “one cannot change sex”.

    “I won’t give up, even if I have to got to the Vatican”

    Best you didn’t see this coming.

  56. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    On the day of the crash, he had spent more than 12 hours drinking, and he was three times over the legal limit when he hit the children.

    After 12 hours on the piss only times 3. I need help with the maths, unless of course there were periods of abstinence.

  57. calli says:

    Thanks Tinta. We all had a wonderful catch-up at the “wake” (read lunch/afternoon tea). Which is the whole point really – many…many old stories of derring-do relived by the fellas. As for the one who is gone – those who are hidden with Christ in God never die.

    There were a couple of fuse failures and some opined that our beloved brother, an electrical engineer, was having the last laugh.

    But it was just a dodgy kettle.

  58. Delta A says:

    those who are hidden with Christ in God never die.

    Amen.

  59. Delta A says:

    Arky says:
    April 9, 2021 at 5:56 pm

    I have to thank you, Arky dear. The first two minutes of that video miraculously cured my insomnia.

  60. calli says:

    Mind you, a camera hidden in Arky’s driver side fender…will die.

    Saw that coming a mile off.

  61. Delta A says:

    I’m opening a gofundme account to raise money for Arky’s haircut.

  62. shatterzzz says:

    Shakes yer faif in humanity, it does! .. appears the NSW Health Minister Ruby Hazzard may tell fibs ..!
    Who’d a thunk it ……….
    https://cairnsnews.org/2021/04/09/nsw-health-minister-must-be-suffering-side-effects-of-astrazeneca/

  63. Roger says:

    .. appears the NSW Health Minister Ruby Hazzard may tell fibs ..!

    Politicians lie like birds sing…it’s their nature.

  64. Leigh Lowe says:

    Young folk without full time employment & pensioners find it hard to get credit cards; that’s the market Afterpay et al are servicing. And it’s not small.

    Ah.
    So we stopped the banks giving them credit because ‘sponsible lending.
    But it is OK for Afterpay to give them credit?
    These outfits are half-brothers to payday lenders.

  65. Fair Shake says:

    Nob @ 6:25

    The Thought Police.

    Very funny. I haven’t laughed like that for a while. Love the gentle and light use of the F bomb with the strategic insertion of the C bomb.

  66. Zyconoclast says:

    Amazing old pics. Mostly US focused.

    https://onceuponatown.tumblr.com/page/19

    More great, old pics of a different kind.

    https://www.abandonedamerica.us/

  67. Roger says:

    These outfits are half-brothers to payday lenders.

    Low income earners shouldn’t be excluded from credit.

    If they meet their obligations they incur no fees or charges, which is a definite plus in their situation.

    If they don’t, financial penalties do apply but they are limited, unlike credit cards.

    It’s the market providing a solution to a need.

    I say let it run and watch for problems.

  68. Zippy:
    Chicom Quality.
    This is a bloody disgrace, and the business should be compulsorily acquired by the State along with a bill for the essential remediation work.
    (Mind you, I’d want to see the results of the investigation especially the 70% overstocking because we know the Green media lies through their teeth on this subject.)

  69. Fair Shake says:

    Some classic lines:
    Setting up an interview scene: ‘what do you want the government to do about climate change?’ ‘[email protected] all, go away and leave us alone!’

  70. Zyconoclast says:

    Some chicks only have a back bottom.

    You need to keep your guard up these days.
    Things aren’t always as advertised on the can.

    Serving suggestion?

    And so here we are sitting on the bed and we got to the point where we started to get busy…[pause] … if you know what I mean. things were going great when all of the sudden I noticed some gray, shiny duct-tape hanging out of the side of her jeans. She had on them low waist designer types on and the tape was just sticking out a little bit.

    Well …[pause] … nothing at first. I was not really focused on it at first, ya know?. But after a while that duct tape was making me curious and so I pulled on it and laughed. I was trying to be romantic and have some fun.

    Well she didn’t like that at all and stopped In her tracks. She was kind of surprised I did that I guess. And then real quick like she shoved the tape back in her jeans like she was trying to hide it.

    That kind of freaked me out a little bit and so I got up and asked her what was wrong. That’s when she told me.

    She said that she was “pre-op” [pre-operation] or some BS. I didn’t know what she was talking about at first because I was so confused …[pause]…anybody would be.

    She spent a few minutes trying to explain it all to me but I think I was mentally checked out. It took me a few minutes for it to all sink in. Then she …[pause]… I mean he wanted to keep doing it!

    I was so upset that I started to go after him. I think I would probably have seriously messed him up. I never got the chance because he screamed like a banshee and tore off out of the room. He left behind a piece of that fricking tape too. I still have it as a way of remembering what happened.

  71. calli says:

    Good grief! That’s why you always hold hands on a first date. And a brief kiss on the cheek.

    – men’s hands are quite different and obvious
    – stubble

  72. Leigh Lowe says:

    Zyco at 7:30.
    Icebreaker on a first date:-

    “If it’s not a personal question … what sort of genitalia do you have?”

  73. Arky:

    These insane lockdowns will have done an unknown amount of damage and unforeseen consequences galore.
    God knows how much and where the economy has rerouted itself while our fucking idiot leaders have been fronting up to the cameras with arm waving auslan spastics at their sides and blubbering on about the stupid covid.

    I may have said it here before, but had the governments of the world done a Rip Van Winkle 18 months ago, the world would be a much better place.
    Think of how much damage these idiots have done just because they wouldn’t leave the economy alone.
    …and just to add, the supply chain is showing the results of their egotistic interference in myriad ways, none of them good.

  74. Notafan:

    Iirc the first photo is a movie still but the second is real.

    I understood the first was a genuine photo that was adapted into the movie.

  75. DrBeauGan says:

    …and just to add, the supply chain is showing the results of their egotistic interference in myriad ways, none of them good.

    You’ve got to see it from their point of view. They’ve had enormous fun issuing orders and having them obeyed. And they won’t suffer any consequences, we will.

  76. Notafan says:

    Constructing crucifixes would have been too much effort film

  77. H B Bear says:

    Is there nothing you can’t fix with duct tape?

  78. Zyconoclast says:

    An illegal alien was arrested this month after having fled to Canada following the murder of his newborn son, who was found buried in the backyard of a home in the sanctuary state of California in 2019.

    Bakhshinderpal Singh Mann, a 23-year-old illegal alien, was arrested in Canada and will be extradited to Kern County, California, as he faces statutory [email protected] charges and accessory to murder charges in connection to the murder of his newborn son.

    Mann arrived illegally in the United States sometime before 2018 and was given a GPS ankle monitor by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. The ankle monitor system is one of a few Alternatives to Detention (ATDs) used by federal immigration officials where illegal aliens are released into the U.S. interior rather than remaining in federal custody.

    According to police, Mann had a sexual relationship with his then-14-year-old cousin and got her pregnant. At the age of 15, the girl gave birth to a baby boy who was soon after murdered by his grandmother who is now serving a life sentence.
    Why didn’t he escape to India?

    The grandmother, police said, admitted to them in interviews that she drowned the baby to death to “prevent family shame” in their Sikh community in Bakersfield, California.

    The child’s remains were discovered in the family’s backyard in February 2019. Since then, investigators had been looking for Mann — who allegedly tore off his ankle monitor. Investigators say Mann fled to Canada to evade arrest and charges in the case.

  79. mh says:

    In case you are watching NRL and wondering why match callers are pronouncing names differently. Yes, it’s fvcking annoying.

    Canberra Raiders veteran, Josh Papalii has told Can You Be More Pacific it’s taken more than a decade for NRL commentators to finally get the pronunciation of his surname right.

    “Every year I have requested my name to be pronounced ‘puh-puh-ee-lee-ee’ which is how you say it.”

    “Commentators when I came on the scene started with ‘pah-pa-lee’ and it just stuck for so many years,” he told Roq and Kav.

    “[The commentators] asked me again this year if they could pronounce it properly, and I said ‘give it a go.’”

    The Samoan- Australian said the pronunciation change has confused a few fans.

    “I’ve got a few requests on Instagram asking why I changed my last name, it’s not changed it is just pronounced the right way.”

  80. Leigh Lowe says:

    Zyconoclast says:

    April 9, 2021 at 8:15 pm

    An illegal alien was arrested this month after having fled to Canada following the murder of his newborn son, who was found buried in the backyard of a home in the sanctuary state of California in 2019.

    As someone once said, “They’re not sending us their best.”

  81. Boambee John says:

    Winston Smith says:
    April 9, 2021 at 7:58 pm
    Notafan:

    Iirc the first photo is a movie still but the second is real.

    I understood the first was a genuine photo that was adapted into the movie.

    The long (concealing) hair suggests that the shot came from the movie. The real photo might have been worse.

  82. calli says:

    Is there nothing you can’t fix with duct tape?

    And WD40.

  83. Zyconoclast says:

    in the book, A Rhythm of Prayer: A Collection of Meditations for Renewal, there is a prayer called “Prayer of a Weary Black Woman”

    Dear God,

    Please help me to hate white people. Or at least to want to hate them. At least, I want to stop caring about them, individually and collectively. I want to stop caring about their misguided, racist souls, to stop believing that they can be better, that they can stop being racist.

    The author – Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes

  84. feelthebern says:

    Love a last minute field goal.
    Even if it is Manly.

  85. Zyconoclast says:

    As someone once said, “They’re not sending us their best.”

    I was thinking of quoting that but one of the few things Trump got right was referring to Mexicans.

  86. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    For the last 18 months they just package everything up and post it to Dubai.
    “They don’t care what condition it’s in, they’ll take anything and we don’t have to worry about it coming back if it’s no good. They don’t care”.

    Arky, I spent some of the mid to late fifties hanging out at the wrecking yard of my Big Sis’s first husband. They lived on site in an old ruin of a place. Oh the tales I could tell. 😀

    The cars. There were some extraordinary old vintage cars coming in from the local farms still there in the outer western suburbs in those days. I loved them, love to ride in them and try to drive some. It was a good business, but rough, rough as guts out there.

  87. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Is there nothing you can’t fix with duct tape?

    And WD40.

    Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers tool kit – a roll of duct tape, a tin of WD40 and a sledge hammer.

  88. Makka says:

    And WD40.

    In a pinch, great mozzie repellent.

  89. Notafan:
    re the photo of the cross victims.
    OK, I stand corrected – thanks.

  90. Notafan:
    the Hungarian minister for families:

    Part two of the fertility rate statistics: #Hungary came from the very last position at the beginning of the last decade. By now, we managed to catch up and even exceed the #EU average. Among the #EU Member States, the desire to have children has increased the most in #Hungary.

    People on the site are asking how they reversed the population slide – fairly simple, they stopped taxing the families out of existence and made it worthwhile for people to do what comes naturally – Dad works and supports the family, and mum has the children and raises the kids with dad in a stable social environment.
    It’s not bloody rocket science.

  91. Notafan says:

    Winston

    It’s not as if you can’t find dozens of genuine

    appalling photos of the Armenian genocide.

  92. Snoopy says:

    The call is coming from inside your location. Get out now. If you can.

  93. calli says:

    So much for the live blogging of the Victoriastan get together.

    I fear the lot have been marched off to the Lockholes.

  94. calli says:

    Prince Philip has left us.

  95. Snoopy says:

    Sad.

  96. Rockdoctor says:

    Prince Phillip has passed. RIP…

  97. Notafan says:

    End of an era.

    Rest in peace.

  98. The Barking Toad says:

    Phil the Greek brown bread

  99. Aldrydd says:

    Rockdoctor says:
    April 9, 2021 at 9:06 pm
    Prince Phillip has passed. RIP

    So sad, my daughter just messaged me from the UK 🙁

  100. Aldrydd says:

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:
    April 9, 2021 at 8:27 pm
    Is there nothing you can’t fix with duct tape?

    And WD40.

    Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers tool kit – a roll of duct tape, a tin of WD40 and a sledge hammer

    You forgot the pair of pliers & the cable ties…

  101. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Rockdoctor says:
    April 9, 2021 at 9:06 pm
    Prince Phillip has passed. RIP

    62 days short of his 100th birthday.

  102. Makka says:

    RIP Phil.

    Called a spade a spade. You’ll be missed.

  103. mh says:

    Harry knew his Grandfather was on his way out, yet still viscously attacked the family.

  104. Nob says:

    Fair Shake says:
    April 9, 2021 at 7:25 pm
    ‘what do you want the government to do about climate change?’
    [email protected] all, go away and leave us alone!’

    Yeah, I was laughing out loud by that time.
    https://audioboom.com/posts/7838828-testing-our-patience

  105. thefrollickingmole says:

    To whomever raised the story about the clap over the page. You may have given me a real brainstorm of an idea for a business opportunity.
    If it works I owe you a beer.
    Got to pitch it to head office next week.

    Innovative
    Agile
    Sustainable!

  106. Top Ender says:

    I’ll do my Phil the Greek story again….

    Prince Phil story. I was his ADC once. That is the high point. All gets less fantastic now.

    He was visiting Australia, and I was a junior naval officer and an Aide De Camp to a vice-regal officeholder, His Honour the Administrator of the Northern Territory.

    HRH’s real ADC had to be away doing something for two days, and a few ceremonies were in the offing, so I got loaned for the occasion. We had some very long and fine conversations. The first thing he said to me, from memory, was “Good morning sub-lieutenant”. The second was: “Very good” when I told him the parade he was viewing was about to turn the corner (I had a radio), and the third was “Thank you for your service” when I said good bye.

    The best bit was when a veteran left the ranks – it was Anzac Day – and trotted over to the dais and held his hand out. HRH merely said “Good morning to you” and the vet returned to his section to the laughter of all.

    A true officer and a gentleman, and let us not forget his brave service in the Royal Navy in World War II.

  107. thefrollickingmole says:

    I’d say the idea might go viral.
    But that would be bad taste.
    And I’d never stoop so high as that.

  108. thefrollickingmole says:

    I’m almost dreading the celebrations over at the gruinaid at Phils death.

    Anyone got the stomach to check Van Fathams or clementines tweets?

  109. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Phil the Greek? What?

    Bloody hell.

  110. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Makka says:
    April 9, 2021 at 9:13 pm
    RIP Phil.

    Called a spade a spade. You’ll be missed.</blockquote

    +1

  111. H B Bear says:

    62 days short of his 100th birthday.

    So we’ll never know whether he gets a card from the Queen?

  112. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Prince Phil story. I was his ADC once. That is the high point. All gets less fantastic now.

    Story goes that a certain R.A.A.F. officer was appointed an A.D.C. to the Queen. Resplendent in his regalia, complete with sword, he was present at a social do.

    An elderly dowager tottered forth, looking about herself. A footman leapt forward.

    “May I be of service to your ladyship?”

    “Thank you” was her reply.”I’m looking for the nice young man, with the sword. I’ve just dropped my tiara down the ladies loo, and I was wondering if he could fish it out for me.”

    Wasn’t quite how he envisaged the duties of an A.D.C. to the Queen….

  113. Dr Faustus says:

    Harry knew his Grandfather was on his way out, yet still viscously attacked the family.

    Couldn’t be a greater contrast.
    Arsewipe v Patriot.

  114. Top Ender says:

    Wasn’t quite how he envisaged the duties of an A.D.C. to the Queen….

    In my ADC time Zulu, I was told to assist a very well-known public female figure up the gangway of one of HM ships, by place my hands on her derriere and push.

  115. Mother Lode says:

    I just looked at that movie Midway.

    What revisionist claptrap.

    First, all the Americans were white. There were no Asians or aborigines other marginalised minorities amongst them. What nonsense! At the same time all the Japanese were Asian. No whites. I suppose you can’t have white people as losers.

    Then they make it look like the reasons the Americans prevailed was because of a resilience and a tactical advantage. Instead of systemic racism and white privilege which was the real reason.

    It made me sick.

  116. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has told citizens to prepare for hard times ahead, following warnings from rights groups that the country faces dire food shortages and economic instability.

    The implication no doubt being, that it is the moral duty of other countries to help this fat pariah remain on his feet.

  117. Zyconoclast says:

    It’s not as if you can’t find dozens of genuine

    appalling photos of the Armenian genocide.

    I’ve seen appalling pictures of the Russian Old Believers massacred by the Soviets.
    I have read at least 12 million.

  118. duncanm says:

    I won’t pollute the Philip thread.. what’s the bet Hazmeg come out all teary eyed.

    It’ll be about them.

  119. Zyconoclast says:

    what’s the bet Hazmeg come out all teary eyed.

    It’ll be about them.

    They will be looting the palace while the others are attending the funeral

  120. duncanm says:

    Nob says:
    April 9, 2021 at 6:25 pm
    The funniest, sweariest, rantiest podcast I’ve heard for weeks.

    The Thought Police

    thanks for that. Hilarious.

  121. duncanm says:

    Hilarious – and to the point.

  122. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    I just looked at that movie Midway.

    The 1975 version, starring Charlton Heston, was far better.BTW, did you know that Ensign George Gay – the sole survivor of the ill fated Torpedo 8 attack – died in 1994, and asked that his ashes be scattered over the location where all his shipmates had been killed?

  123. Knuckle Dragger says:

    No liveblogging from the Vicco Cat function.

    Disappointing.

  124. Tailgunner says:

    A cat with 3 legs and no tail.
    He’s a beaut.
    Hanging with him on my way home. Such a sweetheart

  125. Tailgunner says:

    The Doolittles were the last standing.
    God bless them
    Ms Doolittle is bad ass

    Dr Doolittle is no slouch either.
    But I’ll kick his ass at rowing.

  126. Leigh Lowe says:

    Knuckle Dragger says:

    April 9, 2021 at 10:20 pm

    No liveblogging from the Vicco Cat function.

    Disappointing.

    Keen to know if anyone was wearing duct tape as part of their outfit.

  127. Tailgunner says:

    Disappointing
    Only Gunner with the medicinal cigarettes
    Have to improve for next time.

  128. Tailgunner says:

    I’m literally sitting in the gutter, playing with a 3 pegged cat.
    Pyratelyfe

  129. Leigh Lowe says:

    Tailgunner says:

    April 9, 2021 at 10:32 pm

    A cat with 3 legs and no tail.
    He’s a beaut.
    Hanging with him on my way home. Such a sweetheart.

    Confirmed.
    The Doolittles spiked your drink with something out of the locked cabinet.

  130. Leigh Lowe says:

    duncanm says:

    April 9, 2021 at 9:50 pm

    I won’t pollute the Philip thread.. what’s the bet Hazmeg come out all teary eyed.

    It’ll be about them.

    Yep.
    The Ranga will be whingeing about “being forced into exile” and “being denied a final moment to farewell his beloved grandpa”.

  131. Tailgunner says:

    Tequila= White Supremacy!

  132. Tailgunner says:

    I’m the only guy on Earth rolling a MAGA hat.
    Can a hat get you laid with nubile young lassies?
    Hehe
    You’d better believe

  133. Tailgunner says:

    Only one Cat was tuning the young hotties.
    Natch
    Someone prove me wrong?!
    😘😎😎😎

  134. Tailgunner says:

    Or, better still, confirm😎

  135. Dave in Marybrook says:

    Mine wife has deep-six’ed my MAGA hat
    Now I know why, Gunner

  136. Nick says:

    No liveblogging from the Vicco Cat function.

    Disappointing.

    Only the cream of the Cats were in attendance. They looked resplendent in their team uniforms.

  137. Top Ender says:

    Can Tailgunner live up to his glorious highlight of blogging his way home at 4 in the morning, with updates every 15 minutes?

    A resplendent moment!

  138. Leigh Lowe says:

    Only the cream of the Cats were in attendance. They looked resplendent in their team uniforms.

    Buttoned up cardigans?
    Tweed jackets with elbow patches?
    No working class cloth caps I hope.

  139. Nick says:

    He’s a beaut.
    Hanging with him on my way home. Such a sweetheart

    Pussay is pussay

  140. The Barking Toad says:

    Good memories for you Top Ender.

  141. Nick says:

    No working class cloth caps I hope.

    Shudder. No, balsamic and Himalayan scented candles helped

  142. jupes says:

    He started his naval career as a junior officer at the night Battle of Cape Matapan serving on HMS Valiant’s searchlight platform, much exposed to enemy fire.

    He had a very distinguished naval career at a time when serving on a war ship was a very dangerous business indeed.

    Vale to a great man.

  143. min says:

    Great night at the local with other Cats . It was my first time so enjoyed meeting other posters However my one complaint , I had a lot of trouble with real names and post names as too many to remember .
    As for dress , typical pub gear , no stilettos no jeans and no diamond earrings.
    I caught up with Ms Doolittle and hubby again who came to an event I organised a couple of years ago . He has written 40 pages about Christian Porter and pointed out one anachronistic mistake made by the complainant in describing sexual activities that teenagers in 1988 would not have known about , in fact more telling than the Hard Rock Cafe mistake .

  144. Leigh Lowe says:

    The late Prince Phillip on cats (from the other fred):-

     At a project to protect turtle doves in Anguilla in 1965, he said: “Cats kill far more birds than men. Why don’t you have a slogan: ‘Kill a cat and save a bird?’”

    Over to you TG.

  145. Mater says:

    Only one Cat was tuning the young hotties.
    Natch
    Someone prove me wrong?!

    Only because some dude sent his girlfriend over to tell you that he took offence to the MAGA hat.

    Quite telling of the next generation of young blokes. Send your girlfriend to deliver your feelings about a perceived micro aggression.

  146. Nick says:

    The Ranga will be whingeing about “being forced into exile” and “being denied a final moment to farewell his beloved grandpa”.

    Despite being as welcome as a pork chop in a musque, there will be hints about racism, micro aggression, mean looks, etc etc

  147. Tailgunner says:

    blogging his way home at 4 in the morning, with updates every 15 minutes?

    A resplendent moment!
    Link or it never happened
    😃😎

  148. Nick says:

    He has written 40 pages about Christian Porter and pointed out one anachronistic mistake made by the complainant in describing sexual activities that teenagers in 1988 would not have known about , in fact more telling than the Hard Rock Cafe mistake .

    Min, it was nice meeting you.
    It would be interesting to know what that was.

  149. Tailgunner says:

    some dude sent his girlfriend over to tell you that he took offence to the MAGA hat.
    She was girl next door cute though.
    7

  150. jupes says:

    During his last visit to Australia in 2011, Prince Philip visited SASR and presented the beret to those members who had just passed the selection course.

    “I want you to know how much it means for me to be here, to have this opportunity to congratulate these lads on surviving the course, and express to you my admiration and respect for your work,” Prince Philip said.

    He made a great day for those soldiers even more memorable. A very popular bloke in the regiment.

  151. The Barking Toad says:

    Some history of his fondness for the NT Top Ender……(from the Hun)

    PRINCE Philip visited Australia 32 times during his royal career – 16 times on solo trips without the Queen. At least eight of those times he headed to the Northern Territory.

    The prince, who has died in London aged 99, was a frequent visitor to our shores, sometimes spending months here, and occasionally taking a few days off to enjoy sporting events, and the NT was a popular spot. He first visited the NT in November 1956 after opening the Melbourne Olympics.
    He returned with the Queen in early 1963, and again solo in 1968.

    The Queen and Prince Philip returned to Darwin nine months before Cyclone Tracy destroyed the city in 1974. The couple hosted a dinner on board HMY Brittania.

    The Queen and Prince Philip returned to the Territory in March 1977 as part of a 23-day Australian tour.

    The XII Commonwealth Games in Brisbane drew the Queen and Prince Philip back Down Under and saw them extend their tour to include other Australian states and the NT in October 1982.

    Prince Philip visits the Northern Territory. NT NEWS April 22, 1998
    Prince Philip visits the Northern Territory. NT NEWS April 22, 1998
    The pair took a trip to Darwin’s Gardens Oval, Smith St Mall and officially opened the new Navy base.

    Prince Philip made another trip to the NT with the Duke of Westminster, to officially open the Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth reception at Government House in April 1998.

    His Royal Highness and the Queen returned to the Territory for the last time in 2000, where they went to Alice Springs and walked through Todd Mall.

  152. Mater says:

    Min, it was nice meeting you.

    Ditto.

  153. Arky says:

    Socialising.
    What a fucking chore.

  154. 132andBush says:

    6 tops

  155. Tailgunner says:

    I mean the 20y/O smokeshow in the Tigers scarf.
    The one I promised the world’s best cuppa tea to!
    Fk. She was insane.
    🤣🤣
    Middle aged Gunner..
    Hehe

  156. John of Mel says:

    Only because some dude sent his girlfriend over to tell you that he took offence to the MAGA hat.

    Really?
    Man, I missed that.

  157. Tailgunner says:

    6 tops
    Fair.
    But she’d come camping. And look fabulous in her underwear.
    It’s a big win for some.
    😃

  158. Arky says:

    Lot of tall bastards there too.
    Bloody off putting.
    Have the decency to at least slouch a bit.

  159. Mater says:

    Really?
    Man, I missed that.

    Just after you left.

  160. Arky says:

    Couldn’t hear half of what everyone was saying most of the time, because there was some football game on and people carry on like idiots cheering and so forth.
    I think I got away with just looking interested most of the time and launching into the odd tirade over what the topic might have been.
    Don’t think anyone noticed.

  161. Tailgunner says:

    Only because some dude sent his girlfriend over to tell you that he took offence to the MAGA hat.
    Hehehehe
    She came of her own volition.
    #Metoo?
    🤣🤣
    MAGA hat game, recognized

  162. 132andBush says:

    Have the decency to at least slouch a bit.

    It’s hard to do when sitting down.
    Didn’t want to fall off the chair.

  163. Leigh Lowe says:

    Quite telling of the next generation of young blokes. Send your girlfriend to deliver your feelings about a perceived micro aggression.

    Are you shitting me?
    That sort of thing gives betas a bad name.

  164. Mater says:

    I think I got away with just looking interested

    When did that happen? Missed it completely.

  165. Tailgunner says:

    gives betas a bad name.
    She was well up.
    Boyfriend?
    Lol.
    But the other Cats cockblocked me badly.

  166. Leigh Lowe says:

    Can’t wait for the Toowoomba drinks session.
    As long as my safety can be assured.

  167. 132andBush says:

    But the other Cats cockblocked me badly.

    I was talking to the boyfriend.
    Didn’t realise you were after him!!

  168. Megan says:

    pm

    gives betas a bad name.
    She was well up.
    Boyfriend?
    Lol.
    But the other Cats cockblocked me badly.

    Especially the one who told her she didn’t know shit. Nicely, of course, we always bring our manners with us.
    It was hilarious that she was from Toowoomba…you should thank us for protecting you from getting involved from someone who once breathed the same air as the Numerical Nitwit.

  169. Tailgunner says:

    I was talking to the boyfriend.
    I didn’t even see him? I knew he was there though.
    Cucked before the Cat?
    Dude…
    👍👍😃😃

  170. Miltonf says:

    Sorry I didn’t make it. Had to work. Was sinc there?

  171. Tailgunner says:

    told her she didn’t know shit
    Exactly.
    You can’t scare the horses like that.
    Cockblocked

  172. Mater says:

    Sorry I didn’t make it. Had to work. Was sinc there?

    Only in spirit.

  173. Tailgunner says:

    It was hilarious that she was from Toowoomba
    Lol.
    I’m sure I asked her if she was a member of the Miata club up there!
    🤣🤣

  174. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Can’t wait for the Toowoomba drinks session.
    As long as my safety can be assured.

    Held at the local R.S.L?

  175. Megan says:

    Arky says:

    April 9, 2021 at 10:59 pm

    Socialising.
    What a fucking chore.

    You hid it well.

  176. That’s a missed opportunity. Should have bought her a drink and got her to leave with you.

    Or even pretend to leave with you!

  177. Megan says:

    Well played, Gunner!

  178. Arky says:

    You hid it well.

    .
    Shhhhhhhhhhh.
    What’s all this about some girl and her boyfriend?

  179. Tailgunner says:

    I’m the only single guy that posts here.
    Prove me wrong.
    😃

  180. John of Mel says:

    That’s a missed opportunity. Should have bought her a drink and got her to leave with you.

    It seems like Gunner prefers a three-legged cat.

  181. 132andBush says:

    A big thank you to Mater for herding us together.

    A great night.
    Great people.

  182. MatrixTransform says:

    Socialising.
    What a fucking chore.

    do you even like, have to focus the laser beams ?

  183. Mater says:

    What’s all this about some girl and her boyfriend?

    I think you’re giving him more credit than he deserves.

  184. Tailgunner says:

    Is Anne single?
    And cute?

  185. Arky says:

    do you even like, have to focus the laser beams ?

    ..
    Which one were you again?

  186. 132andBush says:

    Which one were you again?

    The tall one.

  187. Mater says:

    A big thank you to Mater for herding us together.

    Welcome.
    We’ll go more up market next time. Gunner can have a crack at a women NOT wearing a beanie.

  188. MatrixTransform says:

    it was an absolute delight to meet new faces, and old faces again.

    your collective problem : too normal

    please don’t stop

  189. Tailgunner says:

    bought her a drink
    No,no,no.
    Flip the script.
    Make her buy you a drink.
    Watch how pissed off she is when handling over a 20.
    Priceless
    Game 303

  190. Arky says:

    132andBush says:
    April 9, 2021 at 11:34 pm
    Which one were you again?

    The tall one.

    ..
    That narrows it down as much as telling me that TG was after the fat arsed girl.

  191. Tailgunner says:

    have a crack at a women NOT wearing a beanie.
    Wealthy dowagers?
    Probably the high percentage play for me.
    I’m in.

  192. Tailgunner says:

    Yeah, great stuff Mater.
    Thank you.
    Everyone loved it.

  193. Tailgunner says:

    And Mark 👍

  194. Black Ball says:

    Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels. Quite brilliant

  195. Top Ender says:

    Toowoomba has some sort of Army base I was once made to go to.

    We arrived in the middle of the night to find no bedding.

  196. MatrixTransform says:

    Priceless

    game recognised

  197. Old School Conservative says:

    Two leading paragraphs in The Oz:

    1. The EU’s drug regulator has launched a review of possible links between the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine and blood clots after reports of four cases, one of them fatal.
    2. Stay calm, and keep getting the jab, says Scott Morrison.

    And not a cartoonist in sight.

  198. MatrixTransform says:

    yes, thanks Mater and Mark

    noice

  199. Mater says:

    We arrived in the middle of the night to find no bedding.

    Probably still in Vietnam.
    Things from Toowoomba seem to have been stuck in Vietnam for the last 50 years.

  200. MatrixTransform says:

    Quite brilliant

    do you like dags?

  201. Arky says:

    Yep, I’ll admit I enjoyed tonight.
    But on the drive home I couldn’t help but think of some Soviet sailors I saw in a pub in Lyttleton in the 1980s.
    They were huddled around a table drinking their beers and talking in low voices, looking around like they expected a hand on the shoulder at any time.
    This is now us.
    Clandestine meetings in pubs, arranged in secret. Fake names. A public persona and a private one.
    It’s a bloody shame what we have become.

  202. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Toowoomba has some sort of Army base I was once made to go to.

    Toowoomba had some sort of military base, a convoy I was part of , was made to go there. The duty officer was steaming drunk, in civvies, and we ended up staying in a motel in town.

  203. Megan says:

    MatrixTransform says:

    April 9, 2021 at 11:47 pm

    yes, thanks Mater and Mark

    noice

    Seconded. An excellent night if you don’t count the table of rabid Richmond ratbags hoping against hope and making a lot of noise about it.

  204. Tailgunner says:

    Clandestine meetings in pubs, arranged in secret. Fake names. A public persona and a private one
    Welcome to the revolution, mofo.
    😎😎

  205. Fake personas? You mean the meerkat with the pipe and the eye patch wasn’t Arky?

  206. Arky says:

    Since when did free men have to take “sensible precautions” least their views became public knowledge?
    Since when did men going about their legitimate and perfectly legal business have to worry about being “doxxed”?

  207. Arky says:

    Fake personas? You mean the meerkat with the pipe and the eye patch wasn’t Arky?

    ..
    You will find my real face and pipe in the vids.
    And my colleagues, when I worked with regularity got to read my posts on Catallaxy, because I’d show them, specially the ones about Trump in 2016.

  208. Tailgunner says:

    Since when did free men have to take “sensible precautions” least their views became public knowledge?
    Because we’re about to have to do some illegal/seditious shit.
    Camoflauge is standard.

  209. stackja says:

    New Fred.

  210. Arky says:

    Because we’re about to have to do some illegal/seditious shit.

    ..
    Well don’t tell me about it, because I’ll dob your arse in.

  211. MatrixTransform says:

    Camoflauge is standard

    you and I had a discussion on the balcony (about stuff) and the millennial were there.

    we kinda gave zero fucks

    and those young fellas dint have a clue they were being schooled

    some times you show.

    sometimes you say

  212. Tony Rooney says:

    mh says:
    April 9, 2021 at 8:15 pm
    In case you are watching NRL and wondering why match callers are pronouncing names differently. Yes, it’s fvcking annoying.

    Canberra Raiders veteran, Josh Papalii has told Can You Be More Pacific it’s taken more than a decade for NRL commentators to finally get the pronunciation of his surname right.

    “Every year I have requested my name to be pronounced ‘puh-puh-ee-lee-ee’ which is how you say it.”

    “Commentators when I came on the scene started with ‘pah-pa-lee’ and it just stuck for so many years,” he told Roq and Kav.

    “[The commentators] asked me again this year if they could pronounce it properly, and I said ‘give it a go.’”

    The Samoan- Australian said the pronunciation change has confused a few fans.

    “I’ve got a few requests on Instagram asking why I changed my last name, it’s not changed it is just pronounced the right way.”

    Now he tells us…

    Sorry Josh.

    We all got familiar in the way that your name was pronounced because of the way you enunciated it…

    You were Josh ‘pah-pa-lee’ in that extremely irritating radio ad you did for pizza in the ACT a decade ago.*

    I’m always ready to back a bloke from Woodridge State High.

    But fuck your hypocrisy Josh.

    (*Think the really high pitched Mike Tyson voice without the lisp)

  213. Those honest left-leaning types need to be convinced not to associate with the dishonest ones lest they become one of them.

  214. Mater says:

    Because we’re about to have to do some illegal/seditious shit.
    Camoflauge is standard.

    Actionable.
    I have a snapshot if the police are interested.

  215. Black Ball says:

    Remember old mate who died from polonium poisoning in Salisbury or wherever? There’s a doco now on 9Gem. Be warned, it’s like Liz Hayes blaming Ivan Milat

  216. Rex Mango says:

    Antibiotic resistant syphilis is the dirty little secret of the gay community, as now that HIV/Aids no longer a problem, they have reverted to their pre 1980’s modus operandi.

  217. Duncanm:

    I won’t pollute the Philip thread.. what’s the bet Hazmeg come out all teary eyed.
    It’ll be about them.

    There’s a slight chance young Harry may just realise what he has on his hands as it goes down the “Oh woe is me.” path.
    I reckon I’m an optimist.
    😊

  218. Gunner:

    I’m the only single guy that posts here.
    Prove me wrong.

    You be wrong, boy.

  219. Has any pining started?

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