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Bagging Nowra..
latch
25/08/2014
10:16:23 PM
Looking through the comments, I wonder whether there is an inverse relationship between waist size and Nowra enjoyment?

Is there an algorithm for it I wonder?
ARidgley
18/09/2014
7:08:46 AM
The Old Man and The Sub

shortman
18/09/2014
8:22:41 AM
On 18/09/2014 ARidgley wrote:
>The
>Old Man and The Sub

I gotta visit this place...

E. Wells
18/09/2014
8:12:01 PM
wow...I wonder where THAT guy lives?
widewetandslippery
19/09/2014
8:56:08 AM
ARidgley that is so funny and believable.

where you yak fish?
martym
19/09/2014
9:30:32 AM
"If the South Coast were the 'Undies of Australia', then Nowra would be the skidmark."
Coming from a bloke in a tackle shop waiting for the tyres to be fitted on his hobie; that's gotta bring this discussion to an end, right?
widewetandslippery
19/09/2014
9:45:52 AM
if he was at the place in south Nowra the scouts often have a sausage sizzle on like at Bunnings.

Why do I know these things................
ARidgley
19/09/2014
10:00:48 AM
On 19/09/2014 widewetandslippery wrote:
>ARidgley that is so funny and believable.
>
>where you yak fish?

Written by a guy on my fishing forum. One of the funniest things I've ever read.
I live in Dalmeny (NSW South Coast near Narooma). I fish the lakes and the ocean. There is a great ramp straight into the big blue at Dalmeny.

pedro.c
19/09/2014
3:36:59 PM
On 19/09/2014 martym wrote:
>"If the South Coast were the 'Undies of Australia', then Nowra would be
>the skidmark."
>Coming from a bloke in a tackle shop waiting for the tyres to be fitted
>on his hobie; that's gotta bring this discussion to an end, right?

or change the name to Bogans Bagging Bogans

pedro.c
19/09/2014
3:45:52 PM
It is a psychological truth that we often see in others what we don't like about ourselves. When there is an aspect of ourselves that we find unacceptable it is human nature to hide it from ourselves, even to pretend the opposite, and instead project those feelings we have about ourselves onto others. It is easier to think that a friend is a bogan than to accept we are a bogan ourselves.

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