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RE: Australian Beauties - 3/28/2013 9:20:07 PM   
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I must say when ever curling is on TV I just can't seem to turn the channel. Curl, curl, curl, damn you curl!!!
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RE: Australian Beauties - 3/28/2013 9:42:45 PM   
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Well that and a drive thru Wyoming
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The Australian Beauties thread is the best waste of time you can ever read.


Yes, yes it is. A huge, glorious waste of time.




Except for the glorious part.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 3/29/2013 2:24:03 AM   
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On a scale of 1-20?

No, on a scale of 1-2.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 3/29/2013 4:46:33 PM   
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Australia - Perfect 10
Russia - Perfect 11
Brazil - Perfect 12
France - Perfect 13+


As one can plainly see, beauty is cumulative when constructing a new Harem.


They should sticky this sentence somewhere, pure brilliance

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/6/2013 8:51:52 PM   
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All right, what's happening here?

Are any of the, er, "old guard' from last year around?

Surely you didn't let that "complaint" shut you down.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/6/2013 10:03:19 PM   
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All right, what's happening here?

Are any of the, er, "old guard' from last year around?

Surely you didn't let that "complaint" shut you down.


Ahoy Nate. Haven't seen much of Warspite1 or Parruski around lately. Wodin's about.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/7/2013 7:28:40 PM   
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All right, what's happening here?

Are any of the, er, "old guard' from last year around?

Surely you didn't let that "complaint" shut you down.


Ahoy Nate. Haven't seen much of Warspite1 or Parruski around lately. Wodin's about.


Maybe their spouses had them banned from this topic here

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/8/2013 8:02:15 PM   
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Ah well, thanks for the update, CB.

Cheers.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/9/2013 7:48:47 PM   
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"Warspite? Warspite? Where are you? We need someone to help us! Oh, please help."






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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/9/2013 7:51:33 PM   
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"Parusski! Parusski! Vu bist du?"






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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/9/2013 8:30:51 PM   
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Chickenboy,
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"Parusski! Parusski! Vu bist du?"

Chickenboy, Oh man I really loathe that scene. Why must you torture us?! I wouldve clocked Maggot so fast his face wouldve spun.


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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/9/2013 8:35:03 PM   
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Ok now I feel better.




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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/12/2013 11:54:28 PM   
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"Warspite? Warspite? Where are you? We need someone to help us! Oh, please help."





warspite1

....and as if by magic, warspite1 appeared....

Just got back from a sunny sojourn in the good ol' US of A. Whassup CB? How can I be of help?

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/13/2013 12:18:19 AM   
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Just got back from a sunny sojourn in the good ol' US of A. Whassup CB? How can I be of help?


Whereabouts, my English droog?

Just keepin' tabs on you. It had been too long without any updates on this thread. Your readers hungrily await any 'updates' you have.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/13/2013 12:47:17 AM   
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Just got back from a sunny sojourn in the good ol' US of A. Whassup CB? How can I be of help?


Whereabouts, my English droog?

Just keepin' tabs on you. It had been too long without any updates on this thread. Your readers hungrily await any 'updates' you have.
warspite1

Okay - I will see what I can do over the weekend, after all, where would we be without a regular supply of crumpet?

I took Mrs W and our little cruisers to see Mickey Mouse and his chums in Florida. Luvveerrrlly

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/13/2013 1:19:48 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


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Just got back from a sunny sojourn in the good ol' US of A. Whassup CB? How can I be of help?


Whereabouts, my English droog?

Just keepin' tabs on you. It had been too long without any updates on this thread. Your readers hungrily await any 'updates' you have.
warspite1

Okay - I will see what I can do over the weekend, after all, where would we be without a regular supply of crumpet?

I took Mrs W and our little cruisers to see Mickey Mouse and his chums in Florida. Luvveerrrlly


Ideal time of the year to do it, mate. Probably very modest crowds, yet good weather.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/13/2013 3:32:44 AM   
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We are going there in July . What was your favorite park? Did you you skip Canada and go straight for the English village? I remember last time I went I walked into the German village and they spoke actual german! Truth be told I can't want to see universal studios! Huge starwars fan here. I think we will skip magic kingdom but the wife wants to ride the wonderful world water ride.
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Just got back from a sunny sojourn in the good ol' US of A. Whassup CB? How can I be of help?


Whereabouts, my English droog?

StarwarsJust keepin' tabs on you. It had been too long without any updates on this thread. Your readers hungrily await any 'updates' you have.
warspite1

Okay - I will see what I can do over the weekend, after all, where would we be without a regular supply of crumpet?

I took Mrs W and our little cruisers to see Mickey Mouse and his chums in Florida. Luvveerrrlly



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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/13/2013 11:43:26 AM   
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We are going there in July . What was your favorite park? Did you you skip Canada and go straight for the English village? I remember last time I went I walked into the German village and they spoke actual german! Truth be told I can't want to see universal studios! Huge starwars fan here. I think we will skip magic kingdom but the wife wants to ride the wonderful world water ride.
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ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


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ORIGINAL: warspite1
Just got back from a sunny sojourn in the good ol' US of A. Whassup CB? How can I be of help?


Whereabouts, my English droog?

StarwarsJust keepin' tabs on you. It had been too long without any updates on this thread. Your readers hungrily await any 'updates' you have.
warspite1

Okay - I will see what I can do over the weekend, after all, where would we be without a regular supply of crumpet?

I took Mrs W and our little cruisers to see Mickey Mouse and his chums in Florida. Luvveerrrlly


warspite1

My favourite Disney park is Hollywood Studios - Tower of Terror and Rock n' Rollercoaster are good rides, Fantasmic is a great show and I like the drawing class - that's always good fun. If you like Star Wars, they have refurbished Star Tours and is a much better simulator ride now - we went on twice and had a different ride each time.

Animal Kingdom has a good mix of rides and shows too - Mount Everest and "Its Tough to be a bug" in particular. The safari tour seemed better this time - there seemed to be more animals on show.

We always start the holiday in Magic Kingdom - that's the real Disney isn't it? Sadly the new Fantasyland won't be completed until next year but you will see the progress being made on it - it looks fantastic. There is going to be a ride based on the Snow White and the 7 dwarfs as its centre-piece.

In Epcot there was a series of missions for the kids to do based on Agent P from Phineas and Ferb. These were held in select countries and so because of time we visited only those countries that had the missions - and yes the UK was one of those

Both the Universal Studio parks are good value - especially Islands of Adventure. If you like Harry Potter GET THERE EARLY - the queue for the main ride soon goes to two hours. So many good rides, but I would recommend an Express pass if you only have one day at each. Yes they are expensive, but yes they are vital!

But my best two days were not at Disney, nor Universal. Second favourite: Seaworld is a great park - Manta, Kraken and Atlantis are fun rides and the shows there are excellent - try and see the sealion show at 8.30 - quality

Best day though was Discovery Cove and swimming with the Dolphins and Sea Venture. I would thoroughly recommend this to anyone. Incredible.

Hope you enjoy it in July.



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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/14/2013 1:06:29 AM   
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warspite1,

Must I wait forever for you?






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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/14/2013 3:23:09 AM   
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Soz mate - I must confess to being somewhat bereft of ideas at present. Whether its fogginess of the cranium caused by jet lag or some other, yet to be identified, malady, I do not know...



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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/14/2013 9:48:38 AM   
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Soz mate - I must confess to being somewhat bereft of ideas at present. Whether its fogginess of the cranium caused by jet lag or some other, yet to be identified, malady, I do not know...




Yeah I can get that, still I would love to see this thread reach 100 pages...

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/14/2013 6:53:32 PM   
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Yeah I can get that, still I would love to see this thread reach 100 pages...

Just a not so random picture to get one more post towards the 100 pages goal.




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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/14/2013 7:28:04 PM   
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Yeah I can get that, still I would love to see this thread reach 100 pages...

Just a not so random picture to get one more post towards the 100 pages goal.



warspite1

Perhaps you will be so kind as to permit me to interject on an intellectual level here Ormster?

Apropos the picture you posted above - nice butt!

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/14/2013 11:06:28 PM   
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Just caught up on the first episode of the latest series of Doctor Who. Very good it was too - and of course helped immeasurably by the presence of this lovely young lady






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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/15/2013 12:54:40 AM   
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Yes, that's the spirit, mate! I knew it wouldn't take you long to perv this place up a stitch. Well done!

Oh, here's my contribution to this free-flowing discussion. Happened across this recently. I think I need to rewatch the original Transformers movie now:














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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/15/2013 1:00:48 AM   
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ETA: Poor girl. In the top photo, obviously her car has broken down and she's in need of assistance. In the second, she's dropped her car keys and cannot find them. Lastly, it looks like her air conditioning unit has broken and she's resorting to unconventional means of maintaining her body temperature.

Poor, poor thing. I think I may be able to help her with these maladies...

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/15/2013 6:56:50 AM   
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ETA: Poor girl. In the top photo, obviously her car has broken down and she's in need of assistance. In the second, she's dropped her car keys and cannot find them. Lastly, it looks like her air conditioning unit has broken and she's resorting to unconventional means of maintaining her body temperature.

Poor, poor thing. I think I may be able to help her with these maladies...
warspite1

An attitude that does you credit sir. You are a gentleman.

BTW: She seems to be a very sensible young lady. You will notice she has sensibly taken the precaution of writing down the details of various help lines and emergency services just below her left breasty dumpling. I can just make out: "For help with faulty air conditioner units, lost keys and car breakdowns Tel: Chickenboy Minnesota 923-5478.

Edit: Can't spell

< Message edited by warspite1 -- 4/15/2013 6:59:03 AM >


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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/15/2013 1:00:07 PM   
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BTW: She seems to be a very sensible young lady. You will notice she has sensibly taken the precaution of writing down the details of various help lines and emergency services just below her left breasty dumpling. I can just make out: "For help with faulty air conditioner units, lost keys and car breakdowns Tel: Chickenboy Minnesota 923-5478.

Is that what it says? How disappointing. I was hoping it was an encryption that states, "Slaak, imagine your penis between my breasts. Im waiting for you right now my darling!"

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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/15/2013 8:09:58 PM   
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Right. As its a Monday, I think we need a picture of Kelly Preston to cheer us all up






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RE: Australian Beauties - 4/16/2013 9:02:18 PM   
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Our kids are 18 and 16 so magic kingdom is kinda out...and while yes it was magic kingdom is Disney's first park it's meant for little kids. Regardless I am really looking forward to going back. And while I thought my bonus was great this quarter it's nothing even close to my wife... Accountants sure put in a lot of hours but the reward is worth it. We are planning to spend three days at the beach also. This is a treat for me as I live in a land locked area.
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We are going there in July . What was your favorite park? Did you you skip Canada and go straight for the English village? I remember last time I went I walked into the German village and they spoke actual german! Truth be told I can't want to see universal studios! Huge starwars fan here. I think we will skip magic kingdom but the wife wants to ride the wonderful world water ride.
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ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


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ORIGINAL: warspite1
Just got back from a sunny sojourn in the good ol' US of A. Whassup CB? How can I be of help?


Whereabouts, my English droog?

StarwarsJust keepin' tabs on you. It had been too long without any updates on this thread. Your readers hungrily await any 'updates' you have.
warspite1

Okay - I will see what I can do over the weekend, after all, where would we be without a regular supply of crumpet?

I took Mrs W and our little cruisers to see Mickey Mouse and his chums in Florida. Luvveerrrlly


warspite1

My favourite Disney park is Hollywood Studios - Tower of Terror and Rock n' Rollercoaster are good rides, Fantasmic is a great show and I like the drawing class - that's always good fun. If you like Star Wars, they have refurbished Star Tours and is a much better simulator ride now - we went on twice and had a different ride each time.

Animal Kingdom has a good mix of rides and shows too - Mount Everest and "Its Tough to be a bug" in particular. The safari tour seemed better this time - there seemed to be more animals on show.

We always start the holiday in Magic Kingdom - that's the real Disney isn't it? Sadly the new Fantasyland won't be completed until next year but you will see the progress being made on it - it looks fantastic. There is going to be a ride based on the Snow White and the 7 dwarfs as its centre-piece.

In Epcot there was a series of missions for the kids to do based on Agent P from Phineas and Ferb. These were held in select countries and so because of time we visited only those countries that had the missions - and yes the UK was one of those

Both the Universal Studio parks are good value - especially Islands of Adventure. If you like Harry Potter GET THERE EARLY - the queue for the main ride soon goes to two hours. So many good rides, but I would recommend an Express pass if you only have one day at each. Yes they are expensive, but yes they are vital!

But my best two days were not at Disney, nor Universal. Second favourite: Seaworld is a great park - Manta, Kraken and Atlantis are fun rides and the shows there are excellent - try and see the sealion show at 8.30 - quality

Best day though was Discovery Cove and swimming with the Dolphins and Sea Venture. I would thoroughly recommend this to anyone. Incredible.

Hope you enjoy it in July.





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