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post #1481 of 7110 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 09:03 PM
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^Booyah







^ HAP says; "Yanno?, HD's ARE kinda Kool!".



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Second picture: Explain the joke please?

Hey Slow, can you copy our accent? Guess not. How are you at spoonerisms. If the plates were translated into English and then spoonerised it'd say Cucken Funt. Luckily Roads and Transport Authority can't translate either.

Cahn is one of Fred Gassit's favourite words.

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Ohhhhh....not familiar with Aussie humour at all (like it even exists!) but I had a feeling it was sommit along those lines.

But then again, if you actually have to explain a joke then it's humour quotient is a bit diminished, isn't it cobber??
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Ohhhhh....not familiar with Aussie humour at all (like it even exists!) but I had a feeling it was sommit along those lines.

But then again, if you actually have to explain a joke then it's humour quotient is a bit diminished, isn't it cobber??
I don't know, even after the explanation I think it's pretty funny. Especially knowing it slipped past the registry. As for Assuie humo(u)r, I'd say it's alive and well...
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