Discussion in 'Game Day Spoilers / Match Discussion' started by LeagueUnlimited News, Jun 3, 2018.
Did I miss it or did Cowboys not even attempt to kick the goal?
It was the Cowboys, not the refs
Europeans airline passengers applaud when the plane lands safely. That’s how full time here feels like
Haha Norman referring to Hayne: “it’s good that he had a crack tonight”
Not enough sufficent evidence.
Maybe next week he can have a crack himself...
Hilarious coming from him
Is JT ok?
I didn’t see it, not sure. Would love to know.
It didn’t seem to bother us last year
I think we believed the hype and didn’t renew our team
We didn’t/couldn’t resign the following
Both Kaufusi bothers
They’d be pretty handy right about now
Instead it seems we decided to stick with the 2015 team
Plus our coach doesn’t seem to have a plan B
They had 2 clear try's called back..
Got the shits big time
Why is JT sooking ? get over it merkin...
Read from SMH A.Bourdain deceased but watched a game of NRL....
"The Wagyu around here is not the same fake ass shit they try to sell you as Kobe where we come from," Bourdain mused.
The friends also bonded over fussy patrons who were more worried about their arteries than their tastebuds. When Moran bemoaned diners who complain, “My lamb was fatty”, Bourdain commiserated: “In a perfect world, you’d get beaten to death as you stand.”
The two carnivores then dined at Porteno and shot the breeze over blood sausages, veal sweetbreads and a fried pig's head.
"The sound alone is arousing me," Bourdain said as Moran cut through the crispy swine's ear before they retired to a cosy, Eastern suburbs gastropub for a pint with Victor Churchill butcher Anthony Puharich.
"This is a very traditional way to end the day. Down the pub, couple of beers, wife texting you, you ignoring the messages, five minutes turns into a couple of hours," Puharich told Bourdain as Moran nodded in agreement; all three blissfully unaware of the F45 wave that was forming off Bondi.
As well as making a late night trip to Golden Century and taking in an NRL game, starring a baby-faced Sam Burgess and an in-form Anthony Minichiello, Bourdain found happiness baked into what is now known as a "dirty street pie" at Harry's Cafe de Wheels. While The Bachelor romances fizzled out near the Wooloomooloo institution, Bourdain went full Fifty Shades of Grey over a curry pie.
"Curried beef, a heaping scoop of mash potatoes, a volcano crater full of mushy peas and an eruption of brown gravy, C'mon you know you want that," Bourdain said of the "little volcano of love".
Bennie' milkshakes brings all the boys to the yard.
I don’t think so
Plus there were statements from his dad stating he wasn’t happy with the cows
Hannah makes him nervous
Winx alright. Gone in a blink of an eye"
Brandy looks happy
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