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djk
15th Aug 2006, 14:38
Aussies on Lookout for Ugly Sheep (http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/asiapcf/08/15/ugly.sheep.reut/index.html)

They claim it's to aid better breeding for a higher quality wool, but I suspect an ulterior motive :hmm:

Choxolate
15th Aug 2006, 14:44
Aussies on Lookout for Ugly Sheep (http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/asiapcf/08/15/ugly.sheep.reut/index.html)

They claim it's to aid better breeding for a higher quality wool, but I suspect an ulterior motive :hmm:
No they are Ozzies not Welsh.

Taildragger67
15th Aug 2006, 15:02
Aussies on Lookout for Ugly Sheep (http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/asiapcf/08/15/ugly.sheep.reut/index.html)
They claim it's to aid better breeding for a higher quality wool, but I suspect an ulterior motive :hmm:

You're confusing us with Kiwis, mate := .

We might own them, but we are not them :} .

Bit like you lot and your frozen friends to your north.

puts helmet on, dives into fox-hole and awaits the inevitable incomings...

G-CPTN
15th Aug 2006, 18:19
I've always found that the ugly ones are more grateful . . .

Waka Rider
15th Aug 2006, 22:26
You know why the sheep are swimming from NZ to Aus?

Rather get f:mad: :mad: ked than eaten.

matt_hooks
15th Aug 2006, 22:35
You reckon they looking for the sheep with 46 chromosomes rather than 54??? :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

Buster Hyman
15th Aug 2006, 22:50
You've got it all wrong...once the Kiwis see our ugly sheep, they'll head home to the shanks of the ones they love.

henry crun
15th Aug 2006, 23:22
It is noticeable that Ockers are the only people who are continually and inordinately curious about what they assume Kiwis do with their sheep.

Envy is a terrible vice.

matt_hooks
15th Aug 2006, 23:25
It is noticeable that Ockers are the only people who are continually and inordinately curious about what they assume Kiwis do with their sheep.
Envy is a terrible vice.

Ockers??? What on EARTH are THEY?

I know of Ocarinas (http://www.ocarina.co.uk/ourocs.htm), small wind instrument, absolutely beautiful pure sound. Is this some Kiwi version, somewhat bigger???

ormus55
15th Aug 2006, 23:29
welsh leisure centre?

sheep tied to a lampost.
:)

G-CPTN
15th Aug 2006, 23:55
Ocker:- a badly mannered unsophisticated Australian

As if . . . .

Buster Hyman
16th Aug 2006, 01:46
Envy is a terrible vice.
Not sharing the pretty ones is worse.:}

BlueDiamond
16th Aug 2006, 04:08
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v511/BlueDiamond01/Sheep02.jpg

G-CPTN
16th Aug 2006, 04:21
Bestiality, while often the subject of comedy, is, illegal in the eyes of English law and that of many American states. One notable exception to this is Missouri, where man may lie down with his animals in a biblical sense and not suffer any legal consequences (although sheep excrement smeared on the penis is unlikely to endear a man to his peers).
http://www.sheepshagger.com/

Taildragger67
16th Aug 2006, 08:00
I've always found that the ugly ones are more grateful . . .

Old pub strategy:
go ugly early and everyone's a winner!! :}

lexxity
16th Aug 2006, 08:40
See track 7. (http://www.echotunes.com/Itemdesc.asp?CartId={3B6A940D-B64A-4D3D-BAA4-CFEVERESTDC09631CBC}&ic=CTJCD999&eq=&Tp=):} :E

Rollingthunder
16th Aug 2006, 08:49
Slice me off an inch of meat and slap it between two slices of good bread. Mutton not Aussie. Perhaps some mint sauce and a cold beer to go with.

djk
16th Aug 2006, 12:54
Ocker:- a badly mannered unsophisticated Australian
As if . . . .

Q. What do you call a sophisticated Australian?
A. A Kiwi

Taildragger67
16th Aug 2006, 12:58
Q. What do you call a sophisticated Australian?
A. A Kiwi

You can tell the Kiwis are a well-balanced lot. Aside from a chip on each shoulder, they tend to dribble from both sides of their mouths.

Back into the bunker!!

Krystal n chips
16th Aug 2006, 13:00
One for the experts in this field :hmm:

Does an "ugly sheep" taste any better--or worse--than an attractive one then ?

And they all look the bloody same on a dinner plate-----don't they ?

G-CPTN
16th Aug 2006, 13:09
Does an "ugly sheep" taste any better--or worse--than an attractive one then ?
It depends which end you kiss.

Blacksheep
16th Aug 2006, 16:45
It depends which end you kiss.You DO know about clats G-CPTN? :eek:

Anyway, ewes all look the same from behind. :rolleyes:

They all taste the same too... :hmm:

When it comes to mutton, I like mine shaved before I eat it... :suspect:

ormus55
16th Aug 2006, 19:08
Anyway, ewes all look the same from behind. :rolleyes:

aye but them rams are better, youve got them horns to hold onto.
ride em cowboy.

G-CPTN
16th Aug 2006, 19:13
But aren't rams 'single-use'? You get TWO goes with a ewe (so I've been told).

BTW I know nought of clats. Do enlighten me.

Foss
17th Aug 2006, 09:27
I think clats are something similar to klingons.
So, if i wear an Arran sweater in Aus, am I likely to get some unwelcome attention.
Fos:ooh:

Taildragger67
17th Aug 2006, 09:30
I think clats are something similar to klingons.
So, if i wear an Arran sweater in Aus, am I likely to get some unwelcome attention.
Fos:ooh:
Yes, we'll think you have no taste in clothing and possibly not include you in a shout round.

Go across to NZ, however, and you'll need to be faaaaar more careful... :eek:

Foss
17th Aug 2006, 09:38
I'll cut the sleeves off at the shoulders, wear a pair of sandals with some socks, I'll fit right in.

So in Aus, are kangaroos out of bounds? ;)

Fos

Blacksheep
17th Aug 2006, 09:51
Sheep don't wipe their bums, generally. They just leave the remnants hanging about until they harden. So, now you know why sheep make that "clat-clat-clat" sound when they run...

Clats , Dingleberries or Klingons - they're all the same thing.

Foss
17th Aug 2006, 09:59
I thought the clat-clat-clat sound was an Aussie in flip flops running behind, trying to catch one of their wool covered special friends.

Fos
Guess I won't be seeing Sydney anytime soon