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Greg W
08-05-2005, 14:02:24
I'm off camping for a week as of sometime tomorrow. All on my Pat, but it'll be good to get away for a while. Going to do some bushwalking, some reading, some swimming if the weather's still warm enough (borderline atm, low 20s little c).

Posting this now in case I don't have the time tomorrow.

Or, for those into conspiracy sex theories (I'm looking HK's way here), I'm flying off to Scotland for a weeklong threesome with Funko and Tizzy. :nervous:

Smell ya later. :gasmaske:

JM^3
08-05-2005, 14:12:22
oh

ram or sheeps constume?

JM

Tizzy
08-05-2005, 14:22:42
Shhh, no-one tell him we're leaving Scotland tomorrow!

Greg W
08-05-2005, 14:28:57
Dammit. :bash: :cry:

jsorense
08-05-2005, 15:34:16
Don't let any of those famously poisionous critters bite you on the ass. Mybe you should take some bourbon just in case. ;)

ozscott75
08-05-2005, 15:54:32
Or Asher.

Funko
11-05-2005, 11:04:43
Originally posted by Greg W
I'm off camping

The famous Sydney gay pride festival?

Greg W
11-05-2005, 12:16:28
:rolleyes:

Back a few days early due to some minor mishaps. Good to see everyone missed me. :cry:

zmama
11-05-2005, 12:21:50
mr g was pine-in

Funko
11-05-2005, 12:22:54
What mishaps?

Greg W
11-05-2005, 12:31:58
Well. The water bottle leaked on my jeans. The air mattress seems to have developed a small leak in the last 5 years (enough to make it flat enough to hit the ground by 4am). One of the tent ties broke. The zipper on the sleeping bag broke (that was quite bad). Oh, and it was a lot wetter than I thought it'd be, so nothing dried.

Last but not least, my foot slipped on a rock while washing the dishes, causing me to twist my ankle, and my foot to fall in the water, soaking my left shoe, sock and tracksuit pants.

Thus, my two pairs of warm pants were wet, one of my shoes was wet, and I had a sore ankle on top of all the other minor things. And I didn't feel like freezing due to the sleeping bag not zipping up.

So I came back two days early, especially when the weather forecast changed from somewhat overcast to rainy.

Funko
11-05-2005, 12:33:32
Air matress?

Pussy.

Fair enough though. :beer:

Greg W
11-05-2005, 12:36:39
Oh, what, you're tough and sleep on the rocks? :hmm:

Funko
11-05-2005, 12:41:30
We don't live in an uninhabitable desert so we have grass.

Greg W
11-05-2005, 12:44:22
Oddly enough, we have grass too. Imported it from somewhere or other I am sure. There's still lots of rocks though.

MOBIUS
11-05-2005, 12:52:41
I slept on rocks when I went camping in the Budawangs...

Pussy:p

Drekkus
11-05-2005, 13:18:46
Who is Pat?

zmama
11-05-2005, 13:21:45
BGH :D

mr.G
11-05-2005, 13:27:04
Originally posted by zmama
mr g was pine-in huh
I was what?
Disappointed cause i missed my hotdog

Funko
11-05-2005, 13:27:41
Pining... it's a pun.

Greg W
11-05-2005, 13:28:32
:eek: :nervous:

It's rhyming slang, Drekkus. Pat is short for Pat Malone. Alone.

I also hadn't realised just how boring camping is by yourself. You definately need at least one other person along.

Venom
11-05-2005, 13:28:38
You twisted your ankle doing the dishes? :lol:

Greg W
11-05-2005, 13:31:32
Oh, and the :eek: :nervous: was at Zmama's post. Damn my slow typing skillz. :bash:

Greg W
11-05-2005, 13:33:03
Originally posted by Venom
You twisted your ankle doing the dishes? :lol: Yeah, I sprained it badly 13 years ago playing football, and it's never been the same again. I have managed to hurt it walking down steps.

Funko
11-05-2005, 13:33:42
Me too! My ankle's still not right from when I fell down the stairs taking the rubbish out. Woo!

Greg W
11-05-2005, 13:36:36
Call me when it's still not better 13 years later. :p

I could work out the date actually, cos it was 1 week before I met the woman formerly known as MrsW. :(

Venom
11-05-2005, 13:38:19
You're a pussy.

Drekkus
11-05-2005, 13:40:07
Originally posted by Greg W
:eek: :nervous:

It's rhyming slang, Drekkus. Pat is short for Pat Malone. Alone.

I also hadn't realised just how boring camping is by yourself. You definately need at least one other person along. I hate those metaphysical slangwords.

Could just as well say, 'I was on my shares'. Means I was alone, because alone rhymes with stone, stones are rocks, and rocks rhymes with stock, and stocks are shares.

Greg W
11-05-2005, 13:41:43
I know you are, you said you are, cos what you say is what you are, but what am I?*

X-Post too.

*Possibly the most annoying saying that my now 16 year old niece has ever spoken

Greg W
11-05-2005, 13:46:04
Originally posted by Drekkus
I hate those metaphysical slangwords.

Could just as well say, 'I was on my shares'. Means I was alone, because alone rhymes with stone, stones are rocks, and rocks rhymes with stock, and stocks are shares. Yeah, but this one's on the Aussie slang dictionary (http://ausslang.tripod.com/pq.htm). Though they do list it in full form, not just as "Pat". It's quite a common saying here, and I am sure you Dutch have a lot yourselves.

MOBIUS
11-05-2005, 13:50:34
Don't Piss in my Pocket:D

Drekkus
11-05-2005, 14:03:33
Originally posted by Greg W
Yeah, but this one's on the Aussie slang dictionary (http://ausslang.tripod.com/pq.htm). Though they do list it in full form, not just as "Pat". It's quite a common saying here, and I am sure you Dutch have a lot yourselves. Yes, but's it's just those sorts of sayings that make stuff incomprehensible, just like laz's writing, as is that new guy's, blazin car whatever.

Funko
11-05-2005, 14:04:18
Blazin squad?

Funko
11-05-2005, 14:05:06
I had never heard the phrase Pat before but I could work out what it meant from the context.

Ps. All on my pat -> all on my pat malone -> all on my alone

great grammar.

Drekkus
11-05-2005, 14:06:04
I like all on my shares better. More fun explaining it to people.

mr.G
11-05-2005, 14:06:41
Originally posted by Funko
Me too! My ankle's still not right from when I fell down the stairs taking the rubbish out. Woo! yaaaay what a story that was.

Greg W
11-05-2005, 14:09:12
Originally posted by Funko
I had never heard the phrase Pat before but I could work out what it meant from the context.

Ps. All on my pat -> all on my pat malone -> all on my alone

great grammar. And how else would you say it? I am going camping Pat? :hmm:

Eh, it's just the way it's said. Common usage and all that, ignores grammar.

mr.G
11-05-2005, 14:10:38
I am going camping, Greg.

that's CG slang

Greg W
11-05-2005, 14:14:42
Strange boys these dutch...

Lurker the Second
11-05-2005, 15:32:07
Just say I'm going to a camping meeting.

Tizzy
11-05-2005, 15:41:49
Is that a meeting about camping, or a meeting during camping?

Lurker the Second
11-05-2005, 15:43:46
Nope.

Tizzy
11-05-2005, 15:51:37
Just a camp meeting then

Lurker the Second
11-05-2005, 15:55:37
There's probably some connection.

JM^3
11-05-2005, 16:40:20
camp meeting?

like one of those evangelical things?

I rarely (as in only a couple times in my life) have went to those, and my church favors them

JM

Immortal Wombat
11-05-2005, 18:07:15
Originally posted by Funko
Ps. All on my pat -> all on my pat malone -> all on my alone

great grammar.
Maybe it's like redundant acronym syndrome, but with rhyming slang. Redundant RRSS or something.

All on my [Pat] -> All on my [Pat Malone] -> All on my [on my own] -> All on my own.

Venom
11-05-2005, 18:12:54
Pat Malone was a loner/serial killer. It all makes sense.

jsorense
11-05-2005, 18:22:21
Originally posted by Greg W
Oh, what, you're tough and sleep on the rocks? :hmm: I have slept in The Rocks but not on them. Does that make me tougher than Funkodom?

Greg W
12-05-2005, 00:53:11
No, just more cultured.

Funko
12-05-2005, 09:16:14
Are The Rocks a band?

mr.G
12-05-2005, 09:37:13
:lol:

you slut you