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Author:  Bomber [ Mon May 28, 2018 11:20 am ]
Post subject:  Monaco Grand Prix

My favourite event on the annual sporting calendar and the one I'd pick to attend if I could choose any sporting event in the world (especially all 4 days) 8)

And well done Daniel. :)

Author:  ozzie owl [ Mon May 28, 2018 11:47 am ]
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Bomber wrote:
My favourite event on the annual sporting calendar and the one I'd pick to attend if I could choose any sporting event in the world (especially all 4 days) 8)

And well done Daniel. :)


Over Croydon in the FFA Cup Final v Melbourne Victory?

Author:  Bomber [ Mon May 28, 2018 11:55 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Monaco Grand Prix

ozzie owl wrote:
Bomber wrote:
My favourite event on the annual sporting calendar and the one I'd pick to attend if I could choose any sporting event in the world (especially all 4 days) 8)

And well done Daniel. :)


Over Croydon in the FFA Cup Final v Melbourne Victory?


I can't see that being an annual event somehow.

Even still, if it clashed with the GP, and it was all expenses paid, I'd still probably pick the GP. 8)

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Mon May 28, 2018 12:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Monaco Grand Prix

Suddenly a post about F1 happens when an aussie scrapes in the win. That said, a great rear guard action from shoe boy. Another track though and he probably comes last.

Author:  Bomber [ Mon May 28, 2018 3:03 pm ]
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Suddenly a post about F1 happens when an aussie scrapes in the win. That said, a great rear guard action from shoe boy. Another track though and he probably comes last.


It's not his first F1 win, but you knew that.

I just love the back drop of this particular GP - looking forward to visiting there again in couple months. :D

Author:  B.Toomer [ Mon May 28, 2018 3:33 pm ]
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Another Mark Webber....always the bridesmaid.

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Mon May 28, 2018 3:44 pm ]
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Bomber wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Suddenly a post about F1 happens when an aussie scrapes in the win. That said, a great rear guard action from shoe boy. Another track though and he probably comes last.


It's not his first F1 win, but you knew that.

I just love the back drop of this particular GP - looking forward to visiting there again in couple months. :D


Of course I know it's not his first win. :roll:

It's a great grand prix but in racing terms not the greatest. I love the fact that the roads are open up right now, not weeks later.

Author:  Bomber [ Mon May 28, 2018 4:09 pm ]
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Suddenly a post about F1 happens when an aussie scrapes in the win. That said, a great rear guard action from shoe boy. Another track though and he probably comes last.


It's not his first F1 win, but you knew that.

I just love the back drop of this particular GP - looking forward to visiting there again in couple months. :D


Of course I know it's not his first win. :roll:

It's a great grand prix but in racing terms not the greatest. I love the fact that the roads are open up right now, not weeks later.


Well, I could have posted about his first win when it happened, but didn't.

This is more about Monaco and the splendour of the event rather than his win.

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Mon May 28, 2018 4:16 pm ]
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Bomber wrote:
Well, I could have posted about his first win when it happened, but didn't.

This is more about Monaco and the splendour of the event rather than his win.


So just coincidence that it coincided with the aussie getting the win then? :roll:

Author:  Bomber [ Mon May 28, 2018 4:53 pm ]
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
Well, I could have posted about his first win when it happened, but didn't.

This is more about Monaco and the splendour of the event rather than his win.


So just coincidence that it coincided with the aussie getting the win then? :roll:


Yes, I just noticed that I never highlighted my favourite event on here before. Thought I did already but then realised it was FB last year.

It's not like you posting when a pom wins a boxing match or anything.

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Mon May 28, 2018 5:13 pm ]
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Bomber wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
Well, I could have posted about his first win when it happened, but didn't.

This is more about Monaco and the splendour of the event rather than his win.


So just coincidence that it coincided with the aussie getting the win then? :roll:


Yes, I just noticed that I never highlighted my favourite event on here before. Thought I did already but then realised it was FB last year.

It's not like you posting when a pom wins a boxing match or anything.


I always do that, but I don't deny it :wink:

Lewis leading the championship.

Author:  Jellyfish Haircut [ Mon May 28, 2018 5:21 pm ]
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True, he did say he'd harp on about tiddlywinks if England was good at it.

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Mon May 28, 2018 5:29 pm ]
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Jellyfish Haircut wrote:
True, he did say he'd harp on about tiddlywinks if England was good at it.



I think I said, I'd support England in tiddlywinks. Don't think I said "if we were good at it".

Author:  Bomber [ Mon May 28, 2018 5:36 pm ]
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Jellyfish Haircut wrote:
True, he did say he'd harp on about tiddlywinks if England was good at it.



I think I said, I'd support England in tiddlywinks. Don't think I said "if we were good at it".


I believe they were world champs (at least a few years ago when I looked in up). Fitting

Author:  B.Toomer [ Mon May 28, 2018 6:31 pm ]
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You could count the times an Aussie has been the World Champion in FI on the hand of a careless butcher.

Author:  Jellyfish Haircut [ Tue May 29, 2018 7:08 am ]
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Jellyfish Haircut wrote:
True, he did say he'd harp on about tiddlywinks if England was good at it.

I think I said, I'd support England in tiddlywinks. Don't think I said "if we were good at it".


I'll take your word for it.

Author:  Stitch This [ Thu May 31, 2018 1:12 am ]
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
It's not like you posting when a pom wins a boxing match or anything.


I always do that, but I don't deny it :wink:

Lewis leading the championship.

And Lewis the classy loser whingeing about it being a boring race.

I'm sure he would have kept his pretty boy mouth shut if he'd won.

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Thu May 31, 2018 1:34 am ]
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Stitch This wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
It's not like you posting when a pom wins a boxing match or anything.


I always do that, but I don't deny it :wink:

Lewis leading the championship.

And Lewis the classy loser whingeing about it being a boring race.

I'm sure he would have kept his pretty boy mouth shut if he'd won.


Whingeing? He wasn't wrong.

Author:  Bomber [ Thu May 31, 2018 10:28 am ]
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You don't have to be wrong to be a whinger.

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Thu May 31, 2018 11:34 am ]
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Bomber wrote:
You don't have to be wrong to be a whinger.


So he was right, he mentioned it once in an interview when asked. So, how's he whingeing?

Author:  Bomber [ Thu May 31, 2018 1:53 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Monaco Grand Prix

God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
You don't have to be wrong to be a whinger.


So he was right, he mentioned it once in an interview when asked. So, how's he whingeing?


I didn't hear the interview so you might want to direct that at stitch. I'm merely pointing out that you don't have to be wrong to be a whinger.
EG - a pom here in summer and its 32 degrees - "it's fooking too hot, fook this place, I wish I was back in england".
Yeah, it may be hot (to him) so he's right (in his mind) but he's still whingeing about it.

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Thu May 31, 2018 3:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Monaco Grand Prix

Bomber wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
You don't have to be wrong to be a whinger.


So he was right, he mentioned it once in an interview when asked. So, how's he whingeing?


I didn't hear the interview so you might want to direct that at stitch. I'm merely pointing out that you don't have to be wrong to be a whinger.
EG - a pom here in summer and its 32 degrees - "it's fooking too hot, fook this place, I wish I was back in england".
Yeah, it may be hot (to him) so he's right (in his mind) but he's still whingeing about it.


I think we need some rules on whingeing. To me it needs to be excessive or about a wrong reason. I think aussies unserstand the meaning.

Author:  Bomber [ Thu May 31, 2018 4:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Monaco Grand Prix

Rules on whingeing - interesting. Being wrong is just being wrong to my mind, but I suppose it is possible to whinge and be wrong too.
Going on and on and on about the same old thing over and over and over - to me that's the purest form of whingeing.

Author:  God is an Englishman [ Thu May 31, 2018 5:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Monaco Grand Prix

Bomber wrote:
Rules on whingeing - interesting. Being wrong is just being wrong to my mind, but I suppose it is possible to whinge and be wrong too.
Going on and on and on about the same old thing over and over and over - to me that's the purest form of whingeing.



So in this case, Lewis wasn't whingeing?

To me though, it has to be for silly reasons. I mean of my mum was shot in the face, would I be whingeing if I wanted justice.

Author:  Bomber [ Thu May 31, 2018 5:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Monaco Grand Prix

God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
Rules on whingeing - interesting. Being wrong is just being wrong to my mind, but I suppose it is possible to whinge and be wrong too.
Going on and on and on about the same old thing over and over and over - to me that's the purest form of whingeing.



So in this case, Lewis wasn't whingeing?

To me though, it has to be for silly reasons. I mean of my mum was shot in the face, would I be whingeing if I wanted justice.


I didn't hear the interview, so will let stitch answer it. It can be in the tone of voice too. EG - ohhhhh daaaaaaad, why cant I go out and play in the rain, you never let me go out and play (pouts, folds arms).
Point 2 fair enough.

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