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Aug 11, 2019 13:13 |  #766

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Aug 11, 2019 15:17 as a reply to  @ GlimmerMan's post |  #767

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Aug 15, 2019 20:00 |  #769

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Last year, I spent a happy hour or so dangling my legs off the promenade right there, watching the sun go down. An hour later, back at my apartment, my legs erupted into a mass of itchy, red lumps, courtesy of an invisible swarm of mozzies. Mrs Wife came off even worse when one of the lumps got infected. Nothing serious, but she had an unfuriatingly-itchy blister for the next week.

But we still love Venice. :love:


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Aug 15, 2019 20:58 |  #770

WHAT is a mozzy?

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...courtesy of an invisible swarm of mozzies.


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Aug 15, 2019 21:04 |  #771

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WHAT is a mozzy?

Mozzie/Mozzy = Mosquito.


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Aug 15, 2019 21:17 |  #772

Oh them...lol.

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Mozzie/Mozzy = Mosquito.


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Aug 15, 2019 21:19 |  #773

Spencerphoto wrote in post #18910894 (external link)
Mozzie/Mozzy = Mosquito.

Australian aka Strain for mosquitoes :)


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Aug 15, 2019 21:33 |  #774

Strewth. D'yas understand strayan, or not?

Bloody oath it's hard talking to mercans. Met one at a barby the other arvo. I told him to help himself to a stubbie of the amber fluid from the esky and he just stares at ya. I was busy grillin the chook and enjoyin' me grog. Jeez, he was a galah. Now, me own mates are a bit ocker, I confess, but this mercan was a whacker. So was his sheila.

Fair dinkum.


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Aug 15, 2019 21:54 |  #775

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Strewth. Do yas understand strayan, or not?

Bloody oath it's hard talking to mercans. Met one at a barby the other arvo. I told him to help himself to a stubbie of the amber fluid from the esky and he just stares at ya. I was busy grillin the chook and enjoyin' me grog. Jeez, he was a galah. Now, me own mates are a bit ocker, I confess, but this mercan was a whacker. So was his sheila.

Fair dinkum.

Bloody bonza, mate! Fair dinkum :-P


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Aug 15, 2019 22:24 |  #776

Now steady on, this is a religious site  :p
That's very funny. Nearly caused me to fall off the dunny :-)
Didn't you give them the Aussie salute, or just tell 'em to rack off?
Anyway, sounds all True Blue

Seriously though, couldn't be worse than those blighters along The Murray!
Doesn't sound nice



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Aug 18, 2019 01:22 |  #777

chuckmiller wrote in post #18910888 (external link)
WHAT is a mozzy?

Blimey Chuck, you mericans really must think before you post, now you’ve started the Ozzie’s off again. You can now see why we deported them in the 1700-1800s:-) They went on to develop their own mutated form of the English language :-). Although walking through most of our towns these days it is difficult to tell yourself you are still in the UK.:-(
Come back Ozzie’s, all is forgiven.:-) And you won’t need those silly wide-brimmed hats with the corks dangling from them anymore to swat the flies off.:lol::lol:


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Aug 18, 2019 04:50 |  #778

all okay Ray. This ones back!
Those early craftsmen and craftswomen (vagabonds) you sent on a slow boat DownUnder served the churches well and we have many beautiful ones thanks to them and their English pedigree.

Not sure if this contravenes anything but its available online so repost here.
This Salvation Army hall is I think still same as the building in place now, but now a private shop. Well the old (as we knew it growing up) 'Salvo Hall' is still there and I assume this one is same.
The building on the right is still there too and looks the same today


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Aug 18, 2019 06:20 as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #779

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Aug 18, 2019 06:40 |  #780

avondale87 wrote in post #18912037 (external link)
all okay Ray. This ones back!
Those early craftsmen and craftswomen (vagabonds) you sent on a slow boat DownUnder served the churches well and we have many beautiful ones thanks to them and their English pedigree.

Not sure if this contravenes anything but its available online so repost here.
This Salvation Army hall is I think still same as the building in place now, but now a private shop. Well the old (as we knew it growing up) 'Salvo Hall' is still there and I assume this one is same.
The building on the right is still there too and looks the same today

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