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    47 000 posts and still nothing about cricket

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    47 000 posts and still nothing about cricket

    That’s a shame

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    I stood next to Sourov Ganguly and Morne Morkel once...

    Does that count
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    Any of you ever smashed a famous person? Surely someone amongst us has. Probably social.
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    had some interesting nights out with the Hollyoaks and younger Corrie cast back in the day. Being so-and-so off the telly matters little when its a pound a pint in Walkabout in town.
    And that my friends is all you're getting


    And all I'm getting, because I've got fat.
    Daemon, Burgey and OverratedSanity like this.
    "All are lunatics, but he who can analyze his delusions is called a philosopher." - Ambrose Bierce
    Langeveldt: I of course blame their parents.. and unchecked immigration!
    GingerFurball: He's Austrian, they tend to produce the odd ****ed up individual
    Burgey: Be careful dealing with neighbours whose cars don't have wheels but whose houses do.
    Uppercut: Maybe I just need better strippers


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    Quote Originally Posted by social View Post
    47 000 posts and still nothing about cricket

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    Quote Originally Posted by social View Post
    47 000 posts and still nothing about cricket

    That’s a shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Days of Grace View Post
    Probably Peter Brock. Had my photo taken with him when I was about 12. We didn’t have a pen for his autograph so I borrowed one from Bev Brock.

    I had a nice chat with a young Henry Olonga at Cobham Oval when Zimbabwe toured New Zealand in about 1996.
    I am so jealous right now, Peter Brock was without a shadow of a doubt my childhood hero, too young to remember anything before Bathurst 2002 sadly but even then I knew just how brilliant the bloke was. The King of the Mountain without a doubt.

    Met 17 out of the current 24 Supercars drivers, and plenty of other notable people in Australian motorsport, but never anyone that great
    Allegedly banned

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    glad to not have found out the real name of GoodAreasShane, as it allows me to keep imagining that at club cricket his mates shout "good areas, GoodAreasShane"
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    JP Kotze is a hero.

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    Anna Kournikova when I was about 12. Got the signature and everything.

    Bunch of other tennis players (Davenport, Hingis, Pierce, Hewitt, Phillopousis, Rafter, Roddick) but AK takes the title there.

    Recently met Alex Rodriguez of MLB fame, nice guy, big hands.

    Various other international rugby players/coaches. Was in the closed area of the pub post the Reds GF win in 2011 with Genia/Cooper/Horwill/Ioane etc
    Parmi

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    Kevin Rudd made a funny quip to me about waiting for luggage months before he became PM at Brissy airport at the baggage claim.

    Him saying "heh sure takes a long time to get your luggage" to me as a 11 year old punk is the coolest thing that will ever happen to me.
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    i like many come to cw to briefly escape the pain of mediocre and obscure existence by being mediocre and obscure on the internet.
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    been speakin to this lass for a while finally got her round muy house. whakcd on netflix and told her to pick a film. big mistake cos she picked ****in footlose. 2 hours of torture and she dint even blow me. shambles. safe to say we arent talkin no more

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