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slipperypete

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About slipperypete

  • Rank
    Youth Academy
  • Birthday 14/12/1990

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    Male
  • Location:
    Western Sydney

Supported Teams

  • AL Team
    Wanderers
  • Other Teams
    West Ryde Rovers, Eastwood St Andrews, NZ Warriors

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  1. IM IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
  2. Anybody driving to adelaide? Also is anyone aware of ride share options?
  3. Better not be the same bloke Daedalus from Marrickville who sold me a thrashed Datsun a couple of years back.
  4. Surely no one takes the daily telegraph seriously anymore, a boycott against it should be a permanent switch to the herald which in my opinion is a better paper despite being outrageously large and near impossible to read on a crowded train. It's all BS to get a reaction to garner more media attention and sell more of the dross they are trying to pass off as news. The herald is now the same size as the telegraph, has been for quite a while now lol I've been living in NZ for two years wasn't aware of the size change.. how times have changed.
  5. Surely no one takes the daily telegraph seriously anymore, a boycott against it should be a permanent switch to the herald which in my opinion is a better paper despite being outrageously large and near impossible to read on a crowded train. It's all BS to get a reaction to garner more media attention and sell more of the dross they are trying to pass off as news.
  6. Hey mate you will need a passport to travel to NZ. Won't need a visa of any kind though. I would just get money out here the exchange rate is decent you don't get charged an arm and a leg drawing money out of an AUS bank account. And they have ANZ, Westpac, ASB = Commonwealth also so no pesky ATM fees. No they don't. Yes you will need a passport, but you won't need a visa as Australia and NZ has a TransTasman relationship. You even use the autogate at NZ airports with an Aussie passport. You can exchange for NZ dollars at any money changer here in Sydney or in NZ. Most places in NZ accept credit cards. There isn't much of a difference. Just that with credit cards, there is a minimal forex charge. NZ just feels a bit like another Australian state. Didn't see this reply... agree with everything it is just like another state, eventually it won't be necessary to have a passport to travel from Aus to Nz and vice-versa.
  7. I very much doubt that, with the strict rule on no alcohol, diet/sleep closely monitored (refer to skinfold test above) doesn't equate to party boy status.since when? I knew bridgey cut out the grog at the start of season one and that lasted a while, but I wasn't aware it has become a ruling for the whole team.I heard it one one if the ACL videos, one of the players mentioning the coach will let us have a drink tonight or something along those lines. Probably meant less moderation required? less moderation more rakia required!
  8. I'm in!! can't miss a catch up with a mate who lives in welly perfect game to scream our lungs out with flasks in hand just like good old times when Ono was our messiah with whom we worshiped every game.
  9. Got 3 perfect for you...In the middle of Le Cove.... I'll buy them just to burn them.
  10. After 3 tickets for Derby, taking a couple of overseas football nuts. Anywhere semi decent will do.
  11. Was watching members forum for a bit on Periscope.When I tuned in Bozza seemed to be telling a story about himself and loyalty and somehow relating it back to Brisbane Roar and the need of their fans ongoing support.. sounded as if he was reading a script from the bible. Looks as if Roar fans can't take much away from the night. Answering questions with questions or in Bozzas case questions being answered with a saga about himself.
  12. Monty Python skit may sum up MVFC impending cap debacle.
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