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parabellum 22nd Jul 2014 11:39

One thing the trollop Lambie has secured is quite a long list of fairly wealthy, well hung males looking for a quick shag, even though she is a double paper bag job.


There is no such thing as bad publicity!

Andu 22nd Jul 2014 12:41


even though she is a double paper bag job.
At the risk of dipping rather deeply into the politically incorrect pool, back in my youth, (yoof?) when PC wasn't quite so thick on the ground, the lady in question would have been classed as 'double dingo ugly'.

If that needs explanation, 'dingo ugly' described a male's consternation on waking in the morning after a drunken one night stand and, on seeing the woman he last looked at the night before through ultra thick 12-beer goggles, decides to chew his arm off to make his escape off rather than wake her.

A 'double dingo ugly' lady is so ugly that he chews the other arm off as well just in case he's ever tempted to do anything like that ever again.

JL= DDU, if not necessarily in looks, then definitely in (lack of) character and class.

Seeriously not noice.

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Back to something a bit more serious, am I the only one to think that this nation has descended very deeply into Alice in Wonderland territory when Grandma has to pass a TAFE course before she's considered acceptable to be paid to look after her grandchildren? WTF?

I'm also more than a little concerned that it should be considered normal that the taxpayer should pay grandparents to look after their grandchildren.

SOPS 22nd Jul 2014 13:18

If I may be allowed to dip into Un PC territory, my Grandfather would have used the term " 3 bag job", the third bag is for your dogs head, in case he bites you on the bum for being so stupid in the first place.:ok:

Worrals in the wilds 22nd Jul 2014 20:19

'Head like a robber's dog' was in use around here, for either gender.

There's

no chance in hell we are accepting that lot on our side. We'll accept here votes of course, when ever the chocolate wheel stops spinning and they give them to us.
The ol' preference problem.:E The Greens have milked it for years.

BenThere 22nd Jul 2014 21:13

Not to lecture anyone, but a few of the most beautiful women I've ever known weren't physically or aesthetically attractive. I've come to learn that appeal is unrelated to worth.

The same holds true with men, and in all cases, politicians. Howard wasn't an appealing man, but he was a good one. So is Abbott.

7x7 22nd Jul 2014 23:16

I think a good definition of 'eternity' would be how long it would feel it would take to get out of Jacki Lambie's hotel room 'the morning after' (with or without one of both of your arms still attached).

As for 'the night before'.... probably best not to go anywhere near there.

Worrals in the wilds 23rd Jul 2014 00:27

Good point Ben, and I usually try (not always successfully) :O to refrain from making comments about an MP's appearance for that reason. However, her carrying on on the radio stirred this up, rather than her appearance per se. If she'd avoided making such inappropriate remarks it never would have come up.

I know she's a newbie but it was still eyewateringly awful.

7x7 23rd Jul 2014 01:47

It's not the looks of the lady in question that offend me, Worrals. She trowels the makeup on too much for my taste, but that's neither here nor there.

I find her attitude and behaviour both offensive and damn right ugly. And if she looked like Farrah Fawcett when she was in her prime in the looks department (am I giving may age away with that comparison?) and behaved the way she has since coming to public prominence, I'd still find her offensive and a definite 'double dingo'.

The night before might be slightly less unpleasant (although in my experience, that's highly debatable), but the morning after, whatever she looked like, with a personality like the one Ms Lambie has displayed would be unpleasant in the extreme.

She gives bogans a bad name, almost to the point where we need to invent a new word to describe the new, far lower category of unterbogan she has created.

david1300 23rd Jul 2014 02:51


Originally Posted by rh200 (Post 8574537)
Worrals you Troll:p;) :)

There's no chance in hell we are accepting that lot on our side. We'll accept here votes of course, when ever the chocolate wheel stops spinning and they give them to us.:ok:

Just have to agree with this :p:O:p. That was a very, very clever post, Worrals :ok::ok:

PerAsperaAdAstra 23rd Jul 2014 07:41

Relatively new to this forum, so looking at the general comments on Aus pollies and other such, like the Israeli conflict, it seems to me the "silent majority" does indeed exist!:D

This really shows up the astounding leftist bent of our local media, leading the way the ABC. Now I know that when that Greens leader makes those infamous sweeping statements like "Of course the vaaaast majority of Australians are dismayed at the governments handling of (illegal immigrants, whoops I mean "refugees")", and things like Of course the vaaast majority of Australians are behind the carbon tax", I know the lady doth indeed lie....Why does she not look at the last election results and take stock of the vote swing....

I also wish Scott Morrison got a fraction of the air time Hansen Young gets, I wouldn't bat an eyelid if she came up on Brisbane Centre.....

Or the media just show one teenie balanced report on the Israeli Hamas horrific fight going on, instead of just shots of Hamas human shields. Funny how after losing 6 MILLION of your fellow Jews within living memory, you then fight and fight with skill and use your well trained military effectively to prevent that happening again....some people in dreadlocks still get narked about it. :hmm:

Captain Sand Dune 23rd Jul 2014 08:06

Predictable reporting from Pravda24 this morning on senator JL. Female reporter from Canberra finished up her bit by saying how JL ‘is known for plain speaking’. Pravda24 presenter MR chimes in with how JL’s statements were ‘just light hearted’. The hypocrisy is stunning although I should be used to it.:mad: To my big surprise, VT gave him a look as if to say ‘you idiot’, and asked him to consider the flip side of that situation. Don’t usually have a lot of time for VT, however credit where it’s due!
Now if JL had said what she did around a back yard BBQ or in a pub, I’d consider it banter and laugh along with her. However she was speaking as an elected representative radio which is an entirely different context of which she should have been aware.
JL is a threat to the reputation of Australian all politicians and the Australian parliament. More importantly in my view, the continuing silence from the feminist quarter is damaging their credibility. An ex-PM vowed to ‘call out misogyny where I find it” (or words like that). Senator PW is well known for lambasting men whenever she considers the sistahood is being threatened. Strange how their concept of equality seems to be anything but.
And so since it seems to be acceptable, I’d like to state my preference for a woman with huge boobs and whose father owns a pub.:E

SOPS 23rd Jul 2014 08:16

In other news....

Alleged 'jihadist' back in Melbourne | News.com.au

Another candidate for a bed in the guest room of Two Dads house.

7x7 23rd Jul 2014 08:45

Capt SD, you say:

More importantly in my view, the continuing silence from the feminist quarter is damaging their credibility.
Are you freakin' serious???? You must surely be the only person living west of that trendy latte café in Oxford Street with the seats out on the street (I'm assuming you do) who thinks that the feminist quarter had had a skerrick of credibility for decades now.

7x7 23rd Jul 2014 08:51


Alleged 'jihadist' back in Melbourne | News.com.au
And five will get you ten that ASIO or the cops will do nothing more than "watch" him, because he hasn't broken any Australian laws.

And within a week, he'll be back to doing YouTube videos to the faithful and almost certainly deciding which is the most lucrative of the deals he'll almost certainly be offered to 'tell his story' by every Australian commercial TV network and the ALPBC.

Captain Sand Dune 23rd Jul 2014 09:11


Are you freakin' serious???? You must surely be the only person living west of that trendy latte café in Oxford Street with the seats out on the street (I'm assuming you do) who thinks that the feminist quarter had had a skerrick of credibility for decades now.
No mate, don't live anywhere near Oxford street and believe you me I am as far from a 'latte sipper' as you can get (prefer cappuccino anyway!). I don't have a problem with the principle of feminism, the principle being boys and girls both get a fair go. I'm sure most fair minded people would agree. However what I perceive is happening in Australia and what I think you're getting at is that 'feminism' has been hijacked by the likes of Greers, Brodericks et al who have another agenda.
Reference our fearless 'Jihadist' - you know, the one who challenged the AFP to find him - sure, he may be feted in some mosques around town but ASIO will know even if he f*rts. He hasn't broken any law in Australia, however I'm sure he knows he'll be nabbed the moment he even thinks about breaking the law.

On a sightly different subject, isn't this a surprise:hmm:......

TWO first cousins in an arranged marriage are being investigated for immigration and Centrelink fraud and rorting the baby bonus by returning to Australia from Lebanon for the births of some of their seven children.
The woman, 33, told the Federal Circuit Court sitting in Parramatta her husband also had her return several times to Australia solely to update Centrelink* details so she could continue to get social security.
The family was receiving Family Tax benefits that in the last financial year totalled $25,265.74, despite three of their children having lived in Lebanon since 2009, Judge Joe Harman said.
“On at least two occasions (the mother) returned to Australia for a brief period purely to allow the child then carried by (her) to be born in Australia and to then receive the baby bonus then operating,” the judge said.

The case was before the court because the Australian-born mother is applying for the return of her three eldest children, aged 12, 10 and nine, from Lebanon and custody of all seven children.
The others are aged seven, five, three and two. The eldest live with their father’s brother and paternal grandmother in a mountain village.
The now-estranged couple wed in Lebanon in 2001 two weeks after meeting in an *arranged marriage. They *returned to Australia and lived for a time with their relatives — the woman’s sister is married to the man’s brother.
The husband, 39, was *granted citizenship in 2006 in circumstances which Judge Harman said troubled him since the couple had *decided to live in Lebanon. “It is concerning (the man’s) evidence is his citizenship was granted in 2006 at the very time when, consistent with his evidence, he had formed the desire and intention to live permanently in Lebanon and to return to Australia … solely for the purpose of earning a greater income than was available to him in Lebanon, and returning the funds to Lebanon,” the judge said. “There would appear to be, at least potentially, some anomaly as regards the eligibility requirements for citizenship at the time the application was made ... (and) whether it was obtained on the basis of full, frank and candid disclosure or otherwise.”
He said he would refer the case to the Immigration and Human Services departments for investigation.
The woman, who alleged her husband was violent *toward her, was met at the airport by the Australian Federal Police when the pair returned to Australia in March.
The judge refused the father permission to leave Australia and put him on the Airport Watch List until he has facilitated the return to Australia of the eldest children.
The hearing resumes at the end of this month.
And we wander why 'asylum seekers' bypass several safe countries to make it to Australia - the land of the welfare gravy train. Bet SHY wont have much to say.

Captain Dart 23rd Jul 2014 09:39

ALPBC News just reported a new law banning forced marriages (not before time). Interviewed an 'Australian'/Afghan girl forced to marry a stranger in Pakistan at 16YO. Report goes on to say, 'most forced marriages involve teenage girls' (duh!).

The 'M' Word not mentioned once.

SOPS 23rd Jul 2014 09:41

Words fail me......and these are the people who suck all the welfare, and the run off to wage war somewhere......

7x7 23rd Jul 2014 22:23

Just listening to the Human Right Commissioner condemning her employer on AM.

If the Australian High Court sticks to form, those 157* Tamil** asylum seekers currently enjoying a free cruise are going to get squillions in compensation after Julian et al "prove" how much they have been psychologically damaged by the horrors they are enduring while being held in hell ship conditions on the Australian Customs ship.

(*now it's 157 - perhaps a couple of babies born? Or are the crew now seeking asylum as well?)

**(perhaps not - Larry Pickering has asserted that there are Afghans posing as Tamils among them)

John Eacott 23rd Jul 2014 22:28

Then again, if it were not for the injunction created by Julian and his ilk they wouldn't have been at sea for the past couple of weeks along with the next month or so until this gets to the High Court.

Unintended consequences, anyone?

Traffic_Is_Er_Was 24th Jul 2014 00:07


Back to something a bit more serious, am I the only one to think that this nation has descended very deeply into Alice in Wonderland territory when Grandma has to pass a TAFE course before she's considered acceptable to be paid to look after her grandchildren? WTF?
Just another example of how the child care system in this country has been hijacked by the education unions/system. FFS no wonder child care in this country is unaffordable when it is considered or mandated that the only people who can work there have uni degrees and a staff to "student" ratio approaching 1:1.
Child care was intended to be a facility where parents could leave their children to do what kids do when they are toddlers -play, eat, and sleep- while mum and/or dad went out to earn a crust. All it took to look after them was a nurturing nature and ability to read them a story for entertainment. Nowadays the centres are regarded as basically a first tier of learning where all the kids have to emerge with an OP of 1 before they are capable of attending primary school. The average keep the kids at home parent doesn't spend all day with them teaching them the 3 R's FFS, the kids just get around being kids, not junior students.
It's getting to the stage that parents will be trying to put their kids into these centres, not because they need to, but because the child will be considered disadvantaged unless they have.


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