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  #846305 27-Jun-2013 16:42
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Who cares where this is going, its made me laugh already so = good :)


So for my fellow colonials here it is, the water shed.







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  #846310 27-Jun-2013 16:51
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If I have lived in australasia for 29 years am i a colonial??




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  #846311 27-Jun-2013 16:54
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gnfb: If I have lived in australasia for 29 years am i a colonial??


 I need to check with SaltyNZ, possibly.

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  #846319 27-Jun-2013 17:12
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No, it's like the US presidency. You can only be BORN colonial, but if you have a sufficiently mockable accent you could be elected to local government.




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  #846356 27-Jun-2013 19:05
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Well thats that then. No more Colonies'es for you. How would feel about slotting into the Colonial ruler role?

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  #846362 27-Jun-2013 19:17
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Tempting. Would there be any cake?




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  #846364 27-Jun-2013 19:23
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SaltyNZ: Tempting. Would there be any cake?


Not you, you lowly colonial, GNFB. He has the breeding to rule.

 
 
 
 


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  #846385 27-Jun-2013 19:55
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gnfb: If I have lived in australasia for 29 years am i a colonial??


29 years? Hell, I was born in NZ and I'm still not a colonel.

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  #846502 28-Jun-2013 01:13
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gehenna:... I'm struggling to punctuate it in my own head ...


Yep - and not just punctuation but grammar and spelling too. Bit of a mindbender overall.




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  #846529 28-Jun-2013 08:32
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I just don't see how this offers anything different to Facebook or Twitter, or any of the big social networks.

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  #846530 28-Jun-2013 08:33
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traderstu:
gnfb: If I have lived in australasia for 29 years am i a colonial??


29 years? Hell, I was born in NZ and I'm still not a colonel.


Thats a bit rank.

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  #846539 28-Jun-2013 08:49
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kiwitrc:
traderstu:
gnfb: If I have lived in australasia for 29 years am i a colonial??


29 years? Hell, I was born in NZ and I'm still not a colonel.


Thats a bit rank.


Yeah, you should keep those thoughts Private.




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  #846541 28-Jun-2013 08:54
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Major pun run

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  #846542 28-Jun-2013 08:56
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gehenna: Major pun run


You are Generalising 

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  #846543 28-Jun-2013 08:56
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gehenna: Major pun run


For general amusement!




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