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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Big Willy, Jun 29, 2018.
welcome to the random ocker risque one-liner thread...
"and the buffeting sounded like two blokes going to town on my helmet with hammers"
drier than a dead dingo's donger
Useless as tits on a bull.
Wouldn't pull the skin of a rice pudding.
I think this one was already done, but. As ugly as a hat full of arseholes.
Like a rat up a drainpipe.
We're not here to F!@# spiders.
Mouth feels like the bottom of a cocky's cage.
I hate to sound like a Lilly livered underpants wearing hipster but it would make my night
quote from @philth in the SA24hour thread
Face like the north end of a southbound camel.
flog it like a red headed stepson
head like a boarding house pudding
face like a half chewed minty
You just reminded me of the Parisi brothers (of Parisi Motorcycles of Cobar fame) favourite quote......ride it like you stole it!
Wouldn't pull a greasy straw out of a elephants arse
My dads fav
Wouldn't know if he was punched , bored or eaten out by white ants
(punched as in a leather punch) (bored as in drilled a hole)
Soft as a custard sandwich
Back in my early 20's with a couple mates and one's dad
Talikng about one mates girlfriend
Other mate who's dad was with us pipes up..hell I'll pull such and such mate off her and jump right in ..... this is in front of his dad..
Dad waits then says " na ...Iam the same with cricket.....I don't like batting on a sticky wicket" :)
One of those memories you never forget lol
"And if we had some bacon, we could have bacon and eggs, if we had some eggs."
Dad describing a futile activity: “like skimming the froth of piss”
I'm so hungry I could eat the crutch out of a rag doll.
As ugly as a hat full of arseholes is ugly enough, but if it's really really bad then I guess it's "as ugly as a hatful of monkeys arseholes, going fishing on Sunday morning".
Or, ‘I could chew the crutch out of a low flying nun’.
And many wonder where our female members went.
We had one?
she was hunted too extinction
We had many.