Boat Jokes (we need a few laughs)

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  1. Fanie
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    Fanie Fanie

    SO what, half is half, if you ate half an egg you will have halve an empty shell too, it boils down to the same thing, and yes you potentially ate half a dead chicken :rolleyes:

    LOL. Thanks for explaining, I wouldn't have gotten it otherwise :p
     
  2. Fanie
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    Damn English. They buggered their own language up. This thing I'm filling in here is called a thread, so close to threat no wonder everyone is always in someone else's hair.

    This conversation took of starting with work, ended in pleasure, then triggered half an apple with half a worm, then deteriorated to half eaten eggs and empty shells with chicks... and if this is allowed to go any further it's going to become vulgar... Like the guy who...

    Oh never mind :D
     
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    Do you eat hardboiled egg including the shell?:eek:
     
  4. Fanie
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    Under the old Afrikaner nation government when I was in the military I did a survival course. If you're hungry enough you'll eat anything,

    including fish eggs and frog legs.

    Some just call it Caviar and Swikee Kodok :D
     
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    Couldn't be half as bad as that Billtong rubbish you guys eat.
    When we hit an animal we leave it on the side of the road, not eat it.
     
  6. Fanie
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    Now THAT Poida, is food for a KING !

    You guys from down under are just jealous because grasshoppers I mean kangaroo's, you know, those jumpy thingies, don't make such nice biltong, prabably will have a kick in it too.

    I just finished about a kilo of dry wors and I'm wading through the biltong now. The wife's dog can be anywhere in the yard, but when I touch the bag it appears right beside me with that "you owe poor me" look.

    The biltong takes a while because I have to hide it when customers and friends come here. Bloody bstrds will eat it all up.

    A friend is someone who only visit you when he wants something from you (for free).
    A customer is someone who wants the same but isn't going to pay you :D

    Previously we went shark fishing and encountered quite a few roadkills... the though did come up to salvage a few cats and dogs for bait.

    How do you hunt those kangaroo's anyway ? With a bent barrel for when it jumps ? :rolleyes:
     
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    Not a problem, we know how to shoot....

    PDW
     
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    we use an under and over
    one barrel points up and other down
     
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    ... namely, they jump up and down just a bit out of phase ... :D
     
  10. Fanie
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    Yeah ! I was gonna say it's not a matter of "we know how to shoot", it's a matter of knowing when to pull the trigger, and that over under is going to be waste of bullets if you're our of phase like Phil says.

    Since you're so far under, does your biltong hang vertical or does it hang horizontal ?
     
  11. Poida
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    You should know Fanie. Or, unless South Africa has moved north of the equator.:?:

    An aboriginal told me that when you sneak up on a Kangaroo and it senses you are there and starts to hop off, you let out a shrill whistle. The Kangaroo stops and looks around to see where the sound came from.
    This gives you time to aim and shoot.

    Poida
     
  12. Fanie
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    Nope. but we're not that far gone, I mean so far "under", LOL, I mean you okes are really off the map there :D

    Yes, most game when something spooks them will make a stop to see what scared them when you let out a sharp whistle. You have 3 seconds to aim and shoot, beyond that it keeps going.

    Except of course if it is something like the Cape Buffalo. I haven't come across anyone who would be so foolish as to indicate their position to them yet. They are nice cows and bulls with one hell of a temper.
     
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    Isn't he supposed to put the presents in the socks ?
     
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    Maybe the Fredricks of Hollywood Santa?
     

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    As we get older we need to keep busy with all kinds of small projects...
    Just like this oke does !

    Yes I saw it too, no safety glasses, or ear protection -
    I also saw that he is not wearing gloves !

    I may be getting older but I'm still as sharp as a needle :D
     

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