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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2015 6:33 pm 
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The rest of us manage to cope with the difficult over regulated poo hole without too much ... well, difficulty.
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I have a social phobia and I still manage to socialise without having to be off my tits.
+1 also!

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2015 6:42 pm 
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[quote="Daisy4Doors"][quote="PeterHoare"]1. It's a third my unit now. So I'm an owner. I own it. [/quote]
You own a third of it/ So you're two thirds tenant.

[quote]3. I cared for both my parents 100% for years in unbelieveable circumstances. Gave up my whole life at the time to do it, because that is what you do for your parents when they are screwed. They did it for you.

What have you done for your parents lately?[/quote]
Having your mindless father roaming the streets while you're at the pub isn't 100%, no matter how you try to spin it.
I went to see my mother yesterday. I may even go and see her again in December. My father can just die for all I care.

[quote]4. I've already got a car thanks, [/quote]
I know. But not being allowed to use it is the same as not having one.

[quote]And fsuck yeah I drink because I want to escape the world because the world is largely a difficult over regulated poo hole. Drinking for leisure makes it easier to cope with. Plus I just really like drinking and have since I was 17. Country boys from Central Queensland tend to have that as a hobby because there is nothing else to do and the socialising is great fun! :e_wink:[/quote]
The rest of us manage to cope with the difficult over regulated poo hole without too much ... well, difficulty. I have a social phobia and I still manage to socialise without having to be off my tits.
You drink because your brain is broken.[/quote]

No i drink because I really enjoy it and the social aspect is great and there is a whole life long culture attached to it. Simple as that. i don't get off my tits. You just stay sane and have a beer an hour over an entire day then go home.

I haven't written myself off for lots of years. Done it so often I can't be bothered anymore.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2015 7:17 pm 
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I'm not even going to quote your own posts on this very board that contradict what you just said. You know I can, so consider yourself chastised.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2015 7:24 pm 
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[quote="Daisy4Doors"]I'm not even going to quote your own posts on this very board that contradict what you just said. You know I can, so consider yourself chastised.[/quote]

Fair enough (though I'd argue the point). Truce. :e_wink:


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2015 7:51 pm 
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PeterHoare wrote:
though I'd argue the point

I know you would. It doesn't matter that I dig up your own posts going back years and years where you talk so much shyte - and then contradict or even deny that you said it ... you will argue the point.

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[quote="Daisy4Doors"][quote="PeterHoare"]though I'd argue the point[/quote]
I know you would. It doesn't matter that I dig up your own posts going back years and years where you talk so much shyte - and then contradict or even deny that you said it ... you will argue the point.[/quote]

I think it's from years of a hard core mother who would tear you apart, years of school where I'd argue anything if it was wrong and then a few years lately of going though court (next version coming, breaching probation is a no no apparently).

Plus I was head debater in debating class at school and I'd fsucking cream them.

I like an opinion that is right and you can prove it.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2015 9:26 pm 
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I like an opinion that is right and you can prove it.

That would be a fact. You aren't actually on good terms with those.
Opinions you have in abundance, even though they are usually completely and utterly wrong.

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[quote="Daisy4Doors"][quote]I like an opinion that is right and you can prove it.[/quote]
That would be a fact. You aren't actually on good terms with those.
Opinions you have in abundance, even though they are usually completely and utterly wrong.[/quote]

I'd debate that in a hot second. I'm right. :e_wink:


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And you think debating is a good thing. Wrong. That's where we get politicians and lawyers. It isn't who is right, it is who is more convincing.
Your problem is that you have so far only managed to convince yourself.

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[quote="Daisy4Doors"]And you think debating is a good thing. Wrong. That's where we get politicians and lawyers. It isn't who is right, it is who is more convincing.
Your problem is that you have so far only managed to convince yourself.[/quote]

Chuck a topic up and let me go!


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Daisy4Doors wrote:
You drink because your brain is broken.
And his brains is getting even more broken because he drinks.

But because his brain is broken, he doesn't see the problem.

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[quote="grog"][quote="Daisy4Doors"]You drink because your brain is broken.[/quote]And his brains is getting even more broken because he drinks.

But because his brain is broken, he doesn't see the problem.[/quote]

Brain still works better quite well thanks. Memory is another matter but when you get to 50+ you are not alone with memory issues, even if you sucked on holy water your whole life.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2015 11:09 pm 
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PeterHoare wrote:
Brain still works better quite well thanks. Memory is another matter but when you get to 50+ you are not alone with memory issues, even if you sucked on holy water your whole life.

50+ 1 whole fscking month. :roll: Your memory is partly fscked because you drink - and partly because you choose to only remember what seems important in your own self centred little world.
If you took a little time from your narcissistic pursuits you might learn that there are other people here 50+ that don't have memory problems.

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Everyone is a narcissistic despite their protestations of righteouness Daisy. Everyone. Doesn't mean you aren't lovely with a heart of gold and selfish. They aren't mutually exclusive clubs.


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PeterHoare wrote:
Brain still works better quite well thanks.
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: You wan't a second go at that. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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lovely with a heart of gold
And you think that why? Because your mummy told you so? :roll:

What seems to go straight over your head is you thinking you're lovely with a heart of gold does nothing but reinforce your narcissistic reputation. :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2015 7:12 pm 
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Gleeeeeennnnnnn. Tsk tsk tsk

Here's a little tip that I won't claim to have invented. I know you are young.

If you don't think of yourself first and your welfare, you can't possibly think of anyone else or do anything for them. Simple.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2015 7:20 pm 
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[quote="Daisy4Doors"][quote="PeterHoare"]Brain still works better quite well thanks. Memory is another matter but when you get to 50+ you are not alone with memory issues, even if you sucked on holy water your whole life.[/quote]
50+ 1 whole fscking month. :roll: Your memory is partly fscked because you drink - and partly because you choose to only remember what seems important in your own self centred little world.
If you took a little time from your narcissistic pursuits you might learn that there are other people here 50+ that don't have memory problems.[/quote]

How many of them have a mother, father, grandmother (who became mad to the point of having her put down), grandfather and a stack of other blood relatives with alzheimers/dementia?????

I'm sure there is also alcohol damage involved.

Once you've lived with someone with that problem (alz/dem) you understand and I see it starting my myself.

It's hereditary.


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I think I'd rather my relatives were demented. It would be easier.
You might wonder wtf I'm on about? Pretty sure the other members here know.

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PeterHoare wrote:
How many of them have a mother, father, grandmother (who became mad to the point of having her put down), grandfather and a stack of other blood relatives with alzheimers/dementia?????
Hang on a minute... this is the fine genetic lineage you hail from... the same awesome genes you bragged about?

FFS PMSL ROFLMO and other hip acronyms :rofl:

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[quote="Marc"][quote="PeterHoare"]How many of them have a mother, father, grandmother (who became mad to the point of having her put down), grandfather and a stack of other blood relatives with alzheimers/dementia????? [/quote] Hang on a minute... this is the fine genetic lineage you hail from... the same awesome genes you bragged about?

FFS PMSL ROFLMO and other hip acronyms :rofl:[/quote]

Every heads has a tails to it. :e_wink:


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MY05 Subaru Impreza Hatch - the family car

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1961 XK Falcon Ute * 1964 EH Premier * 1973 LJ GTR XU-1 * 1967 HD Sedan * 1966 Ford Consul * 1967 Ford Cortina * 1968 HK 327 GTS * 1981 Datsun Bluebird * 1974 Datsun 120Y * 1978 KE35 Corolla Coupe * 1970 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1971 Datsun 1600 * 1971 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1968 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1981 Datsun Stanza (rally) * 1974 Honda Civic * 1986 G11 Charade * 1995 G200 Charade * 1998 Impreza STi (rally) * 1994 G201 DeTomaso Charade (rally) * 1997 G203 Charade F2 * 1985 G11 Charade Turbo * 1992 G102 Charade POS * 1992 Hyundai Excel * 1983 Diesel Hilux Dual Cab * 1989 R31 Skyline * PA10 Violet GT (rally) * Datsun 910 Bluebird (rally) * MY92 Subaru Liberty Wagon


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