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Finally-a use for a Ducati

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by BLABBUS TOOLICUS, Sep 9, 2012.

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  2. Watchin madagasca atm and ( painfully awful)
    Anyway out rocks a Ducati ...
  3. Watch something decent -ya goose.
  4. So that's how you do it....
  5. No car,no problem.
    8 of them are gone already.
  6. I don't get the joke, but that is a beautiful machine!
  7. It's an obscure pisstake
  8. Nice taste in bikes, shame about the South Australian cat piss you drink.
  9. Yeh,not up to the standard of VB..............
  10. I'd sooner drink coopers than most other oz made crap
  11. I'd rather drink an import...
  12. So would I. But in a pinch..
  13. I was a vodka man, but even Toohey's New was better than VB IMO.
  14. Boags Premium.
  15. I don't mind that, or pure. A lot of great little craft beers and small country town brews around. Echuca has a great little one, been a while since I've been over there though
  16. I've always thought the one in Echuca was fairly average myself (in terms of the quality of their beer). The Holgate brewery in Woodend is much, much better - and there's even some great riding roads in the area as well. :)
  17. I've been there once, and that was last year I think. Didn't mind it myself, but have heard many good things off people. Could be those Moama new south welshmen telling porkies though :LOL:

    When I FINALLY get my bike at year's end, I'll have to get over there!
  18. Real Aussies drink Rum.
  19. Fixed.
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  20. But Bundy isn't real rum. It's just something that was created to make already wealthy sugar producers even wealthier - with the Government benefitting through hefty taxes (and the fact heavy Bundy drinkers tend not to be the type to critically evaluate Government policies).

    Real rum comes from the West Indies.