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22,900 Utter rubbish, 100 pretty good - need to improve somewhat! :tumbsup:

 

If only he would give up trying to convince people that Poison are any good :whistle::christmas:

 

In all seriousness, great effort mate :drink:

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Oh no, not another one! Wish this guy would stop.

 

Who :unsure: Brett Michaels..........We wish he would stop as well ;):christmas:

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Oh no, not another one! Wish this guy would stop.

 

Who :unsure: Brett Michaels..........We wish he would stop as well ;):christmas:

Sadly, Bret Michaels does appear to have stopped writing material for Poison. I know, I know... your tears are not alone. :(

 

Thanks muffin faces above. Except Matt. Don't point out my shortcomings.

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It was all that Beatles hatred over the past day or so that put him over the top methinks. :drink:

 

Way to go, MC Norky Gee. Remember the days when you actually thought I was going to be a serious threat to your post count superiority? Seems like so long ago. :bowdown: to the King.

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  • My Little Pony
Don't point out my shortcomings.

I'm sure your wife does that, enough. But then, if any of us would, would it not be Matt?

Cheers, mate! :beerbang:

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Way to go Geoff..it's easy to toss off one liners on various topics, but time and time

again you have shown great insight to music ...Your posts are

great and you are always quick to hear others opinions...Cheers to you!!

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Congratulations Geoff, another milestone, keep them coming mate :tumbsup:

Thanks mate, will do. As long as 'Home and Away' keeps airing I'll be here keeping you updated. ;)

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22,900 Utter rubbish, 100 pretty good - need to improve somewhat! :tumbsup:

100 pretty good ones? That's the biggest compliment you've ever paid me. Thanks mate. :tumbsup:

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22,900 Utter rubbish, 100 pretty good - need to improve somewhat! :tumbsup:

 

If only he would give up trying to convince people that Poison are any good :whistle::christmas:

 

In all seriousness, great effort mate :drink:

No need to convince people of facts. Beers on you - thanks mate!

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Trying to catch me,Methinks !!!!!!!!! :whistle:

 

Well done Geoff..............

Mate, I'll never catch you. Though the way I'm replying to this thread I might. :lol: I didn't mean to, but I just can't be f*cked to quote them all on one post. Cheers mate.

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Well done mate...I'd say everyone a gem but it's clearly not true :rofl2:

 

:beerbang::headbanger::beerbang:

:(

 

I thought we had something special. I expect super hugs from my own private superman in the cave tonight.

 

Thanks mate. :)

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