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I agree, but not sure about the afternoon !
Posted 14:27 29th August 2012
Finally someone intelligent in this forum! Thanks Trinats...
I won't waste my time replying to the rest of the other people which national team dance a remote Hawaiian dance over and over again. It became really boring. Maybe they should try so you think you can dance?
Posted 14:21 29th August 2012
Loco, no lo tomes a mal, pero si sos argentino, cortala porque es una pagina de rugby no un programa de puterios de la tarde...y francamente nos estas haciendo quedar para la mierda...ya se que hay boludos como en todos lados, pero no hay que darle bola a la gilada...un abrazo...Cristian.
Posted 13:43 29th August 2012
4 Eben Etzebeth (South Africa) Really impressed with this guy
Posted 12:09 29th August 2012
Spot on, it's why all kiwis want to move to Australia. It's not that's it's Gods own country, it's because the sheep are so good looking !!!
I got rid of all mine off my property, too many kiwis hanging around !!!
As for the "pacific Islands" it may come as a shock to you kiwis but you are part of the Pacific Islands. There are 3 regions Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. New Zealand (yes your NZ Fatstock !) is part of the Polynesia region, but hey bro you should know that, as all your best players come from Polynesia !!! (work that one out)
Kiwilad, it takes one to know one !!!
Posted 11:31 29th August 2012
@ Sandal - While Timani and Stephen Moore were rated 7......
"Meanwhile wonder who hit 102 rucks and mauls, made 17 turnovers and helped restrict Australia to 0."
Don't know surprise me, the ref ?
Posted 11:06 29th August 2012
LOL Rude_80 ...
"Against the ABs we put Tevez, Messi and Kun Aguero...that's it."
Carloz Tevez : 59 (International matches) - 13 (international goals)
Lionel MEssi : 71 - 27
Sergio Aguero : 37 - 15
Not the kind of stats that strike fear in the minds of footy fans, let alone MIB. :)
Posted 07:56 29th August 2012
In answer to your question: Phil Kearns?
Please, go and watch your girlball. I hope you don't get knifed or, worse, spat on.
Posted 04:58 29th August 2012
@Rude_80 - What's Rugby? All we think about is sheep. But seriously...
Love how you keep going on about our egos yet you think you're all high & mighty by saying don't waste my time like it the most important thing in the world. You're name dropping Messi & Tevez, & you're having a go at our country because it's apparently not good enough for your presence.
Not to mention your ignorance about NZ, should I just generalise Argentina & say all you have is football & beef?
Lol you've played here? Must of done shit all if all you took out of it was sheep & Rugby. Most people in NZ aren't even associated with sheep, we're more of a dairy country & yes we're fanatical about Rugby just like Argentina is about football but they're only games. There are plenty of things to do when visiting in NZ. The tourism industry is very big here, in fact It contributes 10% of our GDP. You've just got to grow a pair, spend some money & go out & do it.
Posted 04:06 29th August 2012
Rude_80, these islanders out did your country in the greatest sporting event of all, So go on and add Olympics to your list as well lol.
Posted 02:33 29th August 2012
Jonsey2, chill dude, your rent/mortgage will not increase because the Argies nailed a few spots on PRs team of the week....
Posted 23:49 28th August 2012
Wallaroo, spot on, although unlike a lot of others here, I actually like Trinats and find him entertaining and humerous. Even if delusional on occasion.
Posted 22:42 28th August 2012
@ Rude_80 - Maybe your deep passion for rugby and sheep was the reason you only found rugby and sheep in Aotearoa.
Posted 21:41 28th August 2012
I of course mean "egotistical"... not "egocentric"...
(late night at the office. My apologies)
Posted 21:38 28th August 2012
@ passtheball... duh. Didn't you know N.Sharpe is the future of Wallabies rugby. On the pitch, his pace is like the speed of light and he is never slow like a snail. His passing is so good that he hardly drops any ball or loses it during contact. He is even better than players like J. Eales, G. Gregan, T. Horan, S. Larkhan and S. Mortlock. He should be retained until the next World Cup.
Posted 21:27 28th August 2012
Shut my ego? What did I say that was egocentric?
Let me get this straight. You call anyone from NZ an "Islander" because we come from a small island? OK. Presumably you call everyone from the UK and "Islander" as well? How about Japan? They are, after all, roughly the same size geographically as NZ.
BTW, we call people from Fiji/Samoa/Tonga etc "Islanders" as it's shorter than "Pacific Islanders"...
And you didn't answer my main question? Why do you assume that amaboko is from NZ? He didn't mention where he came from... so what was it about him that made you assume that?
Oh, and if you want to troll, you are going to need to try harder than that. Your baiting on the "sheep and rugby" thing is FAR too obvious to actually wind anyone up.
Posted 20:55 28th August 2012
@Rude_80 welcome to PR seems Argentina has it's share of crackpots, but don't cry for me. Oh Gawd that is awful I am going to bed.
Posted 15:39 28th August 2012
Sorry I cant judge the SA v Arg game as I fell asleep - a lucky break I think.
George Smith what are you doing praising Sharpe?
Posted 14:51 28th August 2012
NZ is a small island. I've played there before and there's nothing else more than sheep and rugby. Kiwis called Pacific Islands to the other smaller island close to them but for the rest of the world they are just another island. So to all you Kiwis, shut your ego because that's the only thing you have...sheep and rugby. Now, do not waste my time and I'm going to watch Messi and Tevez.
BTY, Australia is so beautiful and their redheads...OMG! Mosman!!!
Posted 13:54 28th August 2012
@ Sandal - While Timani and Stephen Moore were rated 7......
Meanwhile wonder who hit 102 rucks and mauls, made 17 turnovers and helped restrict Australia to 0.
Posted 13:44 28th August 2012