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So excited! Saw a white Yeti driving in my suburb yesterday. The lady gave me a very confused look when I waved enthusiastically
 

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She was probably too busy enjoying the great Yeti driving experience to realise why you were waving. Are you sure the facial expression wasn't one of "I really made a smart buy here".
 

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iwilt said:
I'm looking forward to feeling that same excitment, but I still have the only Yeti in Katherine.
Unfortunately for us northern hemispherers you'll have enough exitement from the latest cricket scores.
 

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Looks like all that "posh nosh" didn't work
. Too much quinoa and sauteed chicken breast
. They should have followed Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarney's lead and just had a cheese sango instead.


(for the benefit of others sango is aussie slang for sandwich)


Edited by: plbxr
 

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And some hot chips and dead horse lol. And a creaming soda to wash it all down. Go Clarkey
 

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plbxr said:
Looks like all that "posh nosh" didn't work
. Too much quinoa and sauteed chicken breast
. They should have followed Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarney's lead and just had a cheese sango instead.


(for the benefit of others sango is aussie slang for sandwich)
Whereas a Simpson Dessert sanga, is a sandwich with a springling of salt and pepper only.
 

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Forgive me pommies, but it has been too long. What do you call an English cricketer with a 100 next to his name?
A bowler.
 

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Banjobach said:
Whereas a Simpson Dessert sanga, is a sandwich with a springling of salt and pepper only.
Sand grains and red dust optional?
 
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