“Some people are like Slinkies - not really good for anything,
but you still can't help but smile when you see one tumble down the stairs.”
I presume that was Cheese Slices - guess you just like someone called Will Stud!!(wv - sessli! no - SezaGeoff!)
Oh dear, sorry Seza, but p-choooooooowthat one went right over my head.I'm a redhead, so "Please xplain?".
"chewy when it's browned and stringy when it's melted"Kae, that's a dictionary definition of spew....
Sorry Kae.The presenter of Cheese Slices is a Victorian by the name of Will Stud. Sorry I was late replying, but I am a Phillip Island for the World Superbikes with the gang, Drinkies Time!!
SezaOkay! I hope it's warmer than it was when I was there watching the effin' fairy bloody penguins waddle up the beach, we were sitting in the concrete grandstand thingy, freezing our forken butts off.
Supposed to be warm today, but it got cold on the way down on the bike. I must be getting old. A bit of red wine will get me going again though!
I went to Bathurst in 1986.What an experience! Fantastic.I was floating on fluid, remember valsac and clarsac? They'd banned booze (we smuggled some in), and I quite liked the clarsac. The red.MMMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Well, I was young and developing my palate then.Do you have a bike? What sort?I'd love to go to the races again, but it's no fun on your own.I had a friend whose ex was the Pres of the FW/FY Falcon Owners Club (whatever the initials, they were the ones with the double headlights, one on top of the other), anyhoo, he'd split up with my friend and got himself a new g/f and asked if it was OK with me for him to bring her.Why not? I was bringing one of my other bestie's son to the race - he was all of six I think.We had a ball! Him and his Aunty K.
Seza,Tyrannosaurus Rex... LOLOLOLOLA g/f was visiting me for Expo 88. I'd had a bad night with two cramped calves. I asked her the next morning if she'd been disturbed by the tyrannosaurus rex in the hallway in the middle of the night...She didn't get it, until I did the replay...Cramped calves = tyrannosaurus rex walking/staggering down the hall...
Oh, and KaboomNo. Mozarella doesn't SMELL like spew.If you can't get it past your nose you don't put it in your mouth....Blue cheese? ICK.
Hi Kae,Down at the island now, but it has very hot so have been drinking beer to keep cool! I have a BMW R1100s (yellow) that I have had since 1998. I brought that down, but we are staying in a house that we rent for the weekend. There are about 14 of us here at the moment tubing on, listening to old music and having a great time. Wish you were here except it seem you are a Ford supporter! Years at Bathurst (and 34 years at Holden Engineering) has made me a Holden man!
Nope.I drive a toymotor.Really just like good driving, and preferred Bathurst when it was all categories. I like minis, I had one.I just killed a juvenile red bellied black under my back pergola... Floyd leapt inside when I opened the back door. I’m a bit, um, heart-thumpy at the moment.Spoke with a vetNope.I drive a toymotor.Really just like good driving, and preferred Bathurst when it was all categories. I like Minis, I had one. Okay, my brother had two and he let me drive one.I just killed a juvenile red bellied black under my back pergola... Floyd leapt inside when I opened the back door. I’m a bit, um, heart-thumpy at the moment.Spoke with a vet from work, she said that he'll probably be OK, red bellied blacks are not as aggressive as browns, and their toxin is a haemotoxin, browns are neurotoxins. Only symptoms of red bellied blacks is bloody urine and weakness and symptoms of internal bleeding.Floydie, don't know what I'd do without him!
Oh wait. I didn't kill it.It had an unfortunate encounter with a spade.Spade needs sharpening.
I remember years ago having a ride on a Honda Goldwing. Amazing. Just a passenger with the owner who was a photographer.
The photographer was a track marshall at, um, Amaroo Park. That day so was I. What a day.But I really liked Ducatis years ago, in the 70s. Something about how they looked (and something about the good looks of the champion rider in those days, too!).
I've driven a couple of fords and a few holdens, but never for any great length of time. I've never owned one nor has anyone in my family so I can't say which I prefer.However, I did see a holden bloke on one of the car review thingies test drive a Ford Focus I think and he placed it above the equivalent holden as far as comfort and drivability.
And thinking about it, if I didn't have a Toyota, I'd probably have a Mazda.
SezaOkay, I just saw the start of the show... caught it by accident after watering the dogs...And now I get the joke about Will Stud.He's lucky his parents weren't fans of Elvis. He coulda been a Pres Stud.
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