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Australia v USA - The gloves are off

The gloves are indeed off in our Pacific rim clash of titans. Morgan Dell jumps out of his corner fighting with:

Those bastard seppo yanks.

In response to Andre A. Smith: I had to laugh when he mistook Guy Brush's use of the word geocentric for egocentric. Presumably, being an illiterate yank, he saw "geocentric" and thought "I've never seen that word before. Must have been egocentric". The only linguists he knows are cunnilinguists, and they'll all be women. The tosser even thinks that every country's rundown areas speak a kind of gibberish - well you would if you'd never considered what's outside the holy land that is the USA. Then he explains it all by admitting to being half French.

In response to Brian A. Stefanish: We Aussies think we're special because we are, mate. I reckon the yank idea of treating a woman well by buying her half a cow to chew on when taking her out to dinner really does go down well in a country where all the women have arses the size of a small island state. And they wash the half cow down with a weak as piss liquid they call beer. Note to any seppo who's managed to read this far, being crass, having no worthwhile culture (if you consider american culture worthwhile you've just made my point), and electing a village idiot as president to follow a man who just wanted to leave his mark on women's dresses does not make a country full of god's gift to women.

Ouch. But wait, what's this? Strewth, Jonny Honk's wading in:

As an Australian reader of the Reg (every day) I must add my comments to this firey debate. Mr Dickhead (the aussie bloke) contends that aussies are better equipped to understand the Reg than the US residents...sure Skippy. Aussies have enough trouble understanding the railway timetable, let alone interpreting english phrases such as "the dog's bollocks"

Block Reg from the ISP? You are seriously a wanker who is suffering from an IT knowledge deficiency. As for the American who made the comment about how he should learn to treat his woman properly first, that was a bit low...after all you have never even met his mother. I apologise on behalf of Australians for Dr Dicks comments, this is obviously his first trip on "day release".

This is hot Aussie on Aussie action and no mistake. Fear not, our turnip-thieving friends, here comes 'Mad' Mark Baldy. He's fired up on tinnies and 'roo meat and he's going to kick some US ass:

I tell ya what, ya seppo pimp, you should worry about how I'm treating your woman. Face it, aussies are blessed, and you're just jealous. Don't piss us off, we'll come for a visit, empty your fridge, bang out a glorious ton in your daughters bedroom, and finish up giving your wife a golfing lesson over 10-18. When I'm playing pub cricket in Seppo land, the ball's like a watermelon to me. When you guys come here, you can't get willow to leather.

The bloke's gone stark staring mad. Time to bring on the banjo player and pig fanciers from Deliverance I reckon.

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