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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    I'm feeling rather sorry for myself now, 10pm here and the dozen or so beers along with sitting in the sun at 40 degrees all day has caught me up..
    I prescribe 10 KG's of ribs and BBQ sauce. Administer by either eating until finished or the urge to vomit overwhelms you.
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    Its that time of the year again in NZ's fruit bowl

    Apples Apples everywhere Apples



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    A big fast bullet beats a little fast bullet every time

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmsaum View Post
    Its that time of the year again in NZ's fruit bowl

    Apples Apples everywhere Apples



    Who said money doesnt grow on trees ay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madjon_ View Post
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    All the dots are connected,beer o'clock
    I thought it was all buttoned up yesterday!?
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    @7mmsaum , according to a news report a couple weeks ago , they said there was a shortage of Apples . Hope thats reflected in the price your getting .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munsey View Post
    @7mmsaum , according to a news report a couple weeks ago , they said there was a shortage of Apples . Hope thats reflected in the price your getting .
    Thanks mate, but there is certainly no shortage of apples.
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    Are those apples destined to sit idle in a chiller or be sold fresh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    I'm feeling rather sorry for myself now, 10pm here and the dozen or so beers along with sitting in the sun at 40 degrees all day has caught me up..
    Suffer ya bugger. All self inflicted. Meanwhile the rest of us are still grafting away
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    Are those apples destined to sit idle in a chiller or be sold fresh?
    Fresh
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I thought it was all buttoned up yesterday!?
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    Sako Rifles,Browning shotguns,Black Labs.There is nothing else

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    From the Counties Manukau Fire Area Facebook page

    My question is how the fuk do you fit 20 people in a house this size?

    South Auckland crews have been busy this morning at a house fire in Mangere. Although the house was extensively damaged our crews were able to save some valuable family photos. It was fortunate that the fire, which started as a result of an electrical fault, happened when it did and the 20 occupants of the house were either awake or not home at the time. Although there were smoke alarms in the house they were not working due to not having batteries installed or batteries being installed incorrectly. Had this fire occurred while the occupants were sleeping we could have had another great loss of life. We cant stress the importance of working smoke alarms enough! If you have any questions regarding your smoke alarms contact us on this page or give you local fire station a call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sako75 View Post
    From the Counties Manukau Fire Area Facebook page

    My question is how the fuk do you fit 20 people in a house this size?

    South Auckland crews have been busy this morning at a house fire in Mangere. Although the house was extensively damaged our crews were able to save some valuable family photos. It was fortunate that the fire, which started as a result of an electrical fault, happened when it did and the 20 occupants of the house were either awake or not home at the time. Although there were smoke alarms in the house they were not working due to not having batteries installed or batteries being installed incorrectly. Had this fire occurred while the occupants were sleeping we could have had another great loss of life. We cant stress the importance of working smoke alarms enough! If you have any questions regarding your smoke alarms contact us on this page or give you local fire station a call.

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    Mangere means the adults in the house probably have minimum wage jobs, if they have jobs. They probably band together with extended family to split rent and other expenses. Renting, let alone buying in Auckland is hard more most people. I guess this is how people at the bottom of the income ladder make it work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch View Post
    Mangere means the adults in the house probably have minimum wage jobs, if they have jobs. They probably band together with extended family to split rent and other expenses. Renting, let alone buying in Auckland is hard more most people. I guess this is how people at the bottom of the income ladder make it work.
    A sad reflection on life in some parts of this stunning country
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    At some stage a few weeks back gadgette#2 convinced Mrs Gadget to buy a packet if 'butter chicken' goo. Now this is something I've never seen nor eaten so decided to give it a go. Mrs Gadget read the instructions as I chopped up 1kg of bird, 'seal meat.' A asked, 'dont you mean sear meat'. 'No, came the adament reply, 'seal meat.'

    So I'm there thinking out load, 'How do I seal meat? Wrap it in gladwrap? Roll it round in the leftover RTV from the snorkel?' 'Seal meat?', then the penny dropped and I yelled out, 'Someone fetch me a club!'

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    oi you been clubbing again @gadgetman ?
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