Discussion in 'Cronulla Sutherland Sharks' started by Defer to the coifed, May 16, 2018.
Warm up game is local game Engadine V Gymea. Any of you merkins playing?
I'm playing. Packing in the scrum for Gymea.
Nup. I'm in Coolum and coolum, the quigs, isn't there!
I might have to be a late withdrawal. Ive got to get over the Royal Wedding which will have me totally enthralled for all of Saturday.
I might have a bit of the old Frenze problem. I might find it hard to get myself up for the game.
I'm playing up in the stands.Does that count?
And hopefully scoring at home.
I’ll be reffing and coaching from the stands
Reffing hey? Well you do look a lot like Gommersall so why not.
I'm still here, ya quigs. Castros para cenar esta noche, head out like a baby tomorrow night.
You're not there for game day ya bloody quigs!!!!
El mar está lleno de pulpo!
Have a ripper time hermano!
Hahaha jueves a la noche probalamente no..
Next time bro, traer pescado
Adios mi amigo!
Bring, bringing, brought .. I'm still learning all that stuff . Accent on the "I" means past tense I think. Ahh does my head in, and context, you, me, we, us, them..
Engadine v Como
traiga. If Im correct in what you were trying to say? Bring Fish?
In that case it is imperative conjugation or "command" .
So if you telling one person to bring something, traiga
Yeah like any of the derricks on here are keen to lace a boot on*?
*Keen to call first grade footballers soft though.
I’m flat out kicking a soccer ball around for my kids these days.
Nah, triaga is if I was telling you to tell BBB to bring fish. It's not a direct command, in context of conversation it's a suggestion in real time. Traer was right in the first place my brains trust tells me.
Traer is unconjugated. Doesnt make sense to me, but I dont really know what you were trying to say.
Separate names with a comma.