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Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by hornet, Oct 7, 2016.
Grandmothers round the country are now rejoicing that they are safe from pickling...
Who's going to baygon the bumperbar on the Kingswood now?
The day Holden built the last Cruze in Elizabeth SA there is some irony in that. Bye Ted.
I'm going to give Neville a scrub down in remembrance.
he was a funny guy and in it's day KC was a very funny show though now somewhat dated and not overly pc in many ways.
RIP Ross you are an Aussie icon!
RIP Ross "The kingswood you're not taking the kingswood, I just baygoned the tow bar"
Also the voice of 'Louie the Fly'
Very true but on the other hand it was a bit like the USA's All in the family and Archie Bunker or the UK's Till death do we part and Alf Garnett it explored prejudice and racism in a humorous vein.
are you being served?
mind your language
love they neighbour
He was really terrific in The Naked Vicar Show.
I walked out of our office onto Pitt Street one day and ran smack bang into the man. I couldn't help myself, I said, "Pickle me grandmother, it's Ross Higgins!!" He laughed and shook my hand....
'Leave the money on the fridge!'
T'was my favourite
"Bloody nuns! Somebody should ..." make a remark that would get you on a dozen watch lists these days.
Gonna go outside and gladwrap the number plates as a tribute
You're not taking the kingswood I've just mr sheen the mud flaps, some one should blow nuns up bloody little Damian's