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Sharks pay for their sins


Written by Andre Bosch (KSA Shark ©)

Posted in :In the news, Sharks, Super 14 on 7 May 2008 at 06:46

The Sharks’ rapid fall from grace in this year’s Super 14 was a long time coming as their inability to score tries has finally caught up with them.

Steve Farrell of Rugby 365 reports that the Sharks still have a chance of making the semifinals but need to rely on other teams such as the Chiefs, Stormers and Hurricanes losing their remaining fixtures.

It’s not the scenario that Dick Muir and his team were banking on after their perfect start to the competition.

Muir stated that his team didn’t want to find themselves in a similar situation to the one that they were in two seasons ago. That year they needed the Bulls to win by fewer than 31 points against the Stormers in the final game of the round-robin stages. They won by 33 and pipped the Sharks into fourth place by virtue of points difference.

At the halfway stage of this year’s competition, they were being talked about as possible home semifinalists, but those days are long gone.

Since then they have gone from second to sixth and are three points behind the fourth-placed Stormers.

One of the reasons for their loss of form, and admittedly this was a concern even when they were winning, was their inability to cross opposition try-lines.

They have scored 191 points in 11 games – an average of just over 17 points per game.

Only the 14th-placed Lions have scored fewer points – 160 to be exact.

That makes for poor reading if you are a Sharks fan. On top of that Johan Muller’s team have earned only one bonus point for scoring four tries or more. This was against the Bulls in Round Three where they scored three tries in the final 10 minutes of the game.

Since then, last year’s finalists have scored just 14 tries in eight matches.

Their tally of 20 tries to date puts them second from bottom in this department. Once again the Lions, with 18, have scored the least. Looking at these stats, their free-fall out of the top four should come as no surprise.

It is indeed mystifying as to why the Sharks have struggled to score tries.

Frans Steyn, Frederic Michalak, Ruan Pienaar, Waylon Murray, Brad Barritt – names synonymous with attacking play, yet they seem to have struggled to gel as a unit this year.

Some would say Dick Muir is yet to find his perfect combination. To date Muir has used Michalak, Steyn, and more recently Pienaar at flyhalf, whilst Steyn has played at No.10, No.12, No.13 and No.15 in 2008. Clearly this is far from ideal. As talented a player as Steyn is, it is highly disruptive to himself and his teammates when he plays in four key positions in one season.

Lets take a peak at the points-scoring list. The Durban-based franchise have nobody inside the top 10. Scrumhalf Rory Kockott is 12th on the standings, having scored 48 points.

The try-scoring list strikes a similar tale. Lelia Masaga tops the pile with seven touchdowns, while Odwa Ndungane, Jacques Botes, Keegan Daniel and Ryan Kankowsi are tied 25th with three tries each.

Interestingly Ndungane is the only backline player amongst that trio, indicating the forward orientated game that the Sharks have undertaken this year.

The Sharks camp were saying in the early stages of the Super 14 that it was only a matter of time before they hit their straps. They have two rounds to hit them!

And they will need to find their try-scoring touch if they are to have any hope of burying the nightmares of 2007.

On a positive note, the Sharks’ defence has been out of the top drawer. In fact their campaign has been built around their resolute tackling. They have conceded just 170 points this season. Only the Crusaders and the Waratahs have conceded less.

If the Sharks want to extend their season beyond the round-robin stages they will need to score at least four tries against the Cheetahs on Saturday, who, incidentally have conceded the most points this season, leaking an astounding 335 points.



68 Comments

  • Goodmorning everybody… :mrgreen:

    “It is indeed mystifying as to why the Sharks have struggled to score tries.

    Frans Steyn, Frederic Michalak, Ruan Pienaar, Waylon Murray, Brad Barritt – names synonymous with attacking play, yet they seem to have struggled to gel as a unit this year.”

    IMO, if these guys have passed the ball more often before the contact situation then they surely would have scored more tries… :wink:

  • Comment 1, posted at 07.05.08 07:35:32 by Charlie Reply
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  • hoesit, Ma se kind! Where’ve you been hiding?

  • Comment 2, posted at 07.05.08 09:01:36 by robdylan (Sharks Forever!) Reply
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  • Hey Rob,

    After all the dissapointment the last few weeks I surely went into hiding…Really no comment on what our team’s been doing om a rugbyfield… :roll:

  • Comment 3, posted at 07.05.08 09:10:22 by Charlie Reply

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  • I caan explain exactly what happened this season.

    That major fucker Dr Evil stole our Mojo. Only Austin Powers can save us now. :)

  • Comment 4, posted at 07.05.08 09:23:53 by yossarian Reply

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  • Yoss, spot on! :-)

  • Comment 5, posted at 07.05.08 09:34:23 by robdylan (Sharks Forever!) Reply
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  • Out of comments myself…. have to wait and see if they come to the party this week. The Cheetahs always seems to be the Sharks bogey team.

  • Comment 6, posted at 07.05.08 09:50:57 by Pokkel Reply
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  • Maybe we need Vernon Koekemoer to come sort us out.

  • Comment 7, posted at 07.05.08 09:51:26 by Pokkel Reply
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  • Vernon Koekemoer lives with his mother :oops:

  • Comment 8, posted at 07.05.08 09:56:33 by yossarian Reply

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  • Maybe his mother can come coach and she can can select Vernon as the Scrum and Chuck Norris as the backline

  • Comment 9, posted at 07.05.08 10:21:18 by Pokkel Reply
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  • Did someone mention my alterego?

  • Comment 10, posted at 07.05.08 10:31:57 by Salmonoid Reply
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  • Who is Vernon Koekermoer… second time in as many weeks I’ve heard the name?

  • Comment 11, posted at 07.05.08 10:56:45 by bryce_in_oz Reply

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  • I will let one of the locals answer that one… I still don’t get it.

    I think it was discussed on another thread about a week ago… why not use the nifty “Search” function to find it? ;)

  • Comment 12, posted at 07.05.08 11:48:05 by robdylan (Sharks Forever!) Reply
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  • Here you go… look towards the bottom of this thread:

    http://www.sharksworld.co.za/2008/04/24/outsider-new-bok-manager/

  • Comment 13, posted at 07.05.08 11:50:26 by robdylan (Sharks Forever!) Reply
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  • Vernon is like a local Chuck Norris. Or is Chuck Norris a foreign Vernon? :D

  • Comment 14, posted at 07.05.08 12:31:56 by Waz Reply

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  • Link to Vernon’s site. I had my Dad tell me about Vernon. Somebody spotted him at H2O and posted his picture on the internet. Now he’s the new Chuck Norris and apparently making millions.
    http://ramboguy.co.za/

  • Comment 15, posted at 07.05.08 12:36:53 by Pokkel Reply
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  • He’s even been on Sky News as the new internet craze

  • Comment 16, posted at 07.05.08 12:39:28 by Pokkel Reply
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  • who the hell is vernon koekemoer…i keep seeing his name.
    hell with those shorts and tied up shirt, must be a gay icon.

  • Comment 17, posted at 07.05.08 13:04:12 by cab Reply

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  • Pokkel?

    Why did your dad have to tell you about Vern Koekemoer :?: :grin:

  • Comment 18, posted at 07.05.08 13:04:43 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Vernon koekemoer is the East Rand or Dutchie version of Chuck Norris.

    As pokkel says. the guy was spotted at H2O and someone posted his pic on the net and he became an overnight success.

    In the East rand his success is due to hero status. :wink:
    In the rest of the world he is a succes due to people laughing at him I think.

  • Comment 19, posted at 07.05.08 13:08:14 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • On a topic-related note, I reckon what really screwed our season was the fact that the Sharks didn’t even bother to pitch up for the Waratah’s game. We were never going to remain undefeated, but that cost us heavily indeed.

    Also, I don’t think scoring a million tries was really necessary, considering that we didn’t concede many. What HAS hurt us heavily has been inconsistent kicking, once again. We missed at least 3 penalties last week that we should never have missed. Same story in the Brumbies game. Same story, in fact, in the final last year, where even one of Percy’s missed conversions or penalties would have secured our game.

    The Sharks can really no longer afford to piss away so many 3 pointers in each game. Not when the score-line is so tight, and not when other teams manage to take the points when they’re on offer.

  • Comment 20, posted at 07.05.08 13:11:42 by Waz Reply

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  • the oke is 52, pretty good shape, must be the growth hormone.
    jesus, we really do produce some rippers, if the short and shirt are’nt enough check out the hairstyle, looks like a gay nerd on steroids, frightening.

  • Comment 21, posted at 07.05.08 13:12:07 by cab Reply

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  • From huisgenoot.

    Breker van Brakpan
    BULTENDE are kronkel oor knewels van bo-arms. ’n Strykplankmagie skyn deur die gaatjies van die frokkie van sy stywe gimpakkie. Vernon Koekemoer skud sy mullet en pomp pomp sy biseps so ’n bietjie. Al die aandag hou hom uit die gim, sê hy beswaard. ‘‘Dit pla my. ’n Mens moet oefen om so te lyk. Liefie, bring die maatband dat ons kyk hoe groot my arms nou is. Ek is seker dis ’n bietjie kleiner.’’ Rita Basson, naeltegnikus en Vernon se ‘‘eie Patricia Lewis’’, kom meet die bo-arm van die man in haar lewe. ‘‘Net oor die 18 duim,’’ kondig sy aan. Vernon frons. ‘‘Dit is gewoonlik 19 duim, so 48 cm. Ek sal moet oefen.’’

    Dis nou die prys van roem. Net twee maande gelede was Vernon Koekemoer nog Cassie Booyse (51), bachelor van Brakpan. Maar baie het in dié twee maande gebeur. Want so te sê oornag het hy in ’n eie Suid-Afrikaanse aanlyn-superheld ontpop.

    ’n Soort boerewors- Chuck Norris. Dit alles oor die ou wat hom hier vroeg in Maart by ’n H2O rave in Boksburg raakgesien het.

    Vernon (of toe nog Cassie) het sy einste pakkie en Buffalo-platformstewels aangehad, en hy’t so eenkant gestaan en met sy vinger die whisky en limonade in sy glas geskommel. Toe kiek die ou hom. Die foto is aanlyn rondgestuur met die onderskrif ‘‘Undercover cop’’, en toe skep ’n paar rekenaarfoendi’s die webtuiste Ramboguy.co.za, waar mense daarmee kon rondspeel.

    Vinniger as wat jy kon sê ‘‘Brakpan’’, het iemand hom Vernon Koekemoer gedoop, en spoedig het Vernon hom in allerlei vreemde aanlyn-situasies bevind – aan die bladskud met George Bush, sy kop op die groen lyf van die Hulk . . . Nog iemand het vir hom ’n profiel op Facebook geskep, en nou is daar selfs ’n Facebookgroep, Make Vernon Koekemoer famous . . . Again!, met meer as 4 500 lede. Hieroor het tot die Britse TV-nuuskanaal Sky nou die dag berig, met Vernon-foto en al.

    Die man pryk nou selfs in ’n Vodacom-advertensie. En – hy’t ’n agent! Ja-nee, Die Koek het ’n verskynsel geword, sê sy agent, James Dey. Daar’s groot dinge aan die kom. ’n Nasionale Nando’s- advertensie en ’n landwye toer met persoonlike optredes.

    Hy gaan ook binnekort sy spiere op jou selfoonskerm bult – hulle is nou juis besig met die finale redigering van die Vernon-luitoon.

    Oor alles skud Cassie net sy kop. “Ek is net wie ek is. ’n Lekker mens,” sê hy en lag uit sy gespierde maag.

    ‘‘Maar nou het die mense my Vernon gemaak en ek hou van die ou. Ek was nog altyd bekend hier in Brakpan, maar Vernon het my op die map geplaas.’’ En hy laaik dit. Solank dit nie te veel met die gim mors nie . . . HY WOU ons eers nie na sy huis nooi nie. ‘‘Die swembad is leeg en ek het net een stoel,’’ het hy verskoning gemaak. Maar sy huis is net so ’n verrassing soos die man in die stywe gimpakkie. Pers handdoeke hang presies oor die reling in die badkamer en wit waslappies is driehoekig daaroor gegooi. ‘‘Ek is maar eintlik ’n bachelor, maar ek het darem ’n girl wat help,’’ sê hy. ‘‘Is sy nie pragtig nie?’’

    Rita lag opgeruimd en gooi haar blonde krulle oor haar skouer terwyl sy gegeurde water in glase gooi. Hulle was saam op skool en ken mekaar al jare. ‘‘Maar ons het eers so drie jaar gelede begin uitgaan. So aan en af. Maar ek is mal oor hom.’’

    Sy gee nie om dat Cassie nou Vernon geword het nie. ‘‘Hy was og altyd ’n ekstrovert en mense keer hom altyd voor en vra hoe dit gaan. Nou is dit net erger.’’ Hy kan nou skaars ’n dop in vrede drink of iemand kom vra hoe dit gaan, sê Vernon. ‘‘Ek haat dit net as mense my vra: ‘Oefen jy nog?’ Hulle kan mos sien my arms is dikker as hul koppe – natuurlik oefen ek.’’

    Hy gesels vinnig in kort sinne. Hy vertel hoe hy Rita weer drie jaar gelede in ’n klub gesien het. En hoe hy ’n bietjie jaloers raak wanneer die mans om haar koek. Maar hy sal nooit gewelddadig raak nie. ‘‘Dis nie my styl nie. Ek het geboks op skool, hoekom sal ek nou ander outjies wil slaan?’’

    Buiten oefen – sy eerste passie – is hy baie ernstig oor sy werk.

    Hy skryf opleidingshandboeke vir ’n maatskappy wat antservoertuie vir die weermag vervaardig.

    ‘‘Ek is baie deeglik. Jy kan nie vir iemand sê ’n wapen skiet só ver as hy verder skiet nie. Dit kan moeilikheid maak.’’

    Hy raak kwaai. ‘‘Die Vernon-storie moet net nie met my werk inmeng nie.’’ Pla dit hom as mense sê hy is kommin? ‘‘Mense moet sê wat hulle wil. Hulle hoef nie te dink ek is ’n tappet net omdat ek van Brakpan af kom nie. Jy kan van Sandton af kom en ook ’n tappet wees. Daar is smart dele in Pretoria, maar daar hang steeds mense uit wat lief is vir ’n Danville-aktetas [Vernon se woord vir ’n papsak].’’

    Wat sy negentienjarige dogter van alles dink, weet hy nie. Hy het meer as twee jaar laas met haar gepraat, erken hy. ‘‘Ek dink sy is seker nie te gelukkig nie, maar ons het nie meer kontak nie. Sy is haar ma se kind. Maar baie slim, hoor. Vier onderskeidings gehad in matriek. En sy lyk nes ek.’’

    Hy weet sy loop klas aan die Universiteit van Johannesburg, hy’s nie seker waarin nie, en hy betaal met graagte onderhoud.

    ‘‘Ek is maar soos die tax man, ek haal uit en wys. Noudat ek ’n paar rand ekstra het, sal ek haar nog meer support.’’

    Sy het dieselfde bruin vel as hy. ‘‘Dis nie ’n tan nie. Ek lyk so.

    Ek word tjoklit-bruin wanneer ek in die son is. My ma was maar so twee koffies en een melk.’’ Die min tyd vir die gim bly hom pla. ‘‘Dissipline is belangrik,’’ mymer hy. ‘‘Dit is hoekom ek van die weermag gehou het.’’ Sy oë verdof effens. ‘‘Ek probeer net aan die lekker dele dink. Maar ek kan ook strokies vertel van die slegte dele. Van die dooie dele. As jy jou maatjies moet optel. Kinders wat verongeluk voor jou oë. Onnodig.

    Maar ek wil die lekker dele onthou.’’ Hy sit sy leë bierglas op die kombuistoonbank neer en maak reg om te ry. Vernon moet ’n prys by ’n trekking in Johannesburg gaan oorhandig.

    ‘‘Whisky sou nou lekker gewees het,’’ sê hy. ‘‘Ek het altyd brandewyn gedrink, maar whisky is beter vir die are.’’

    Vernon sal wel weet.

  • Comment 22, posted at 07.05.08 13:14:30 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • KSA Shark @ 18. He saw him on some TV program and had a good laugh. Thank God he wasn’t at H2O back in the day when I still went.

  • Comment 23, posted at 07.05.08 13:16:06 by Pokkel Reply
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  • His hair looks like a wig. A cheap wig.

  • Comment 24, posted at 07.05.08 13:16:26 by racheltjiedebeer Reply

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  • Daar is smart dele in Pretoria, maar daar hang steeds mense uit wat lief is vir ’n Danville-aktetas [Vernon se woord vir ’n papsak].’’

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
    Okay so we have to tune WPW and PJLD about their Danville Briefcases in future.

  • Comment 25, posted at 07.05.08 13:18:51 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • pokkel.

    :lol: oh okay. For a minute i thought you were like 5 years old and your dad goes to H2O :wink:

  • Comment 26, posted at 07.05.08 13:20:13 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Hi Guys!

    KSA – you read “Die Bron”???? :wink:

  • Comment 27, posted at 07.05.08 13:20:31 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • Die Huisgenoot and Vernon are about the same “class” :mrgreen:

  • Comment 28, posted at 07.05.08 13:22:49 by Pokkel Reply
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  • Danville Briefcase????? :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    I like to call mine Carton de Chateau :mrgreen: ….

  • Comment 29, posted at 07.05.08 13:23:01 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I googled the mag after seeing the pick on his website

  • Comment 30, posted at 07.05.08 13:25:41 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Pokkel….ek lees ook Die Bron….. :sad: (well sometimes) but – believe you me, i look like lady Di class-compared to Vernie…. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  • Comment 31, posted at 07.05.08 13:26:54 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • Vernon (of toe nog Cassie) het sy einste pakkie en Buffalo-platformstewels aangehad, en hy’t so eenkant gestaan en met sy vinger die whisky en limonade in sy glas geskommel.

    With all his recent riches he might start drinking Glenfiddich and Lemonade soon…..aaaaggghhh what a waste

  • Comment 32, posted at 07.05.08 13:27:07 by Pokkel Reply
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  • Sorry Ice… but I’ll rather waste my time reading this Blog than
    Die Bron…. I heard that there was actually a story from my hometown Newcastle in Die Bron recently. The story about “die Huis van Liefde’ about the guys that slept next to his embalmed wife for something like 30 years….

  • Comment 33, posted at 07.05.08 13:30:50 by Pokkel Reply
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  • #30… K*k man!! Jy jok nou lekker!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  • Comment 34, posted at 07.05.08 13:31:10 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • en hy’t so eenkant gestaan en met sy vinger die whisky en limonade in sy glas geskommel.

    Sounds like a guy who has to learn som east Rand etiquette. #1 on the list is. At a braai, it are not cool to scratch your year with anoder ou’s 1400 bakkie keys. you must use your own.

    #1 Grease covered vingers doesn’t improve the taste of Wisky that costed you R20-00 a bottle.

  • Comment 35, posted at 07.05.08 13:31:34 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Ice

    i only read Huisgenoot for the Steve Hofmeyer and Amor Posters that I stick up in my barfroom.

  • Comment 36, posted at 07.05.08 13:32:41 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Pokkel – no worries…I am just a normal girl enjoying a juicy skinner story once in a while… :wink:

  • Comment 37, posted at 07.05.08 13:33:19 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • You gotta give it to Vernob though.. taking all this abuse in his stride and making some money out of it.

  • Comment 38, posted at 07.05.08 13:34:54 by Pokkel Reply
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  • Ice

    I will confess that, when we are in SA, the You magazine is always in our house though.

    But just like I only buy Playboy for the articles i also only buy You for the TV schedule. :roll:

  • Comment 39, posted at 07.05.08 13:36:51 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Oh jinne, KSA… :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Here Stevie is in Hospital…sy mannewales nou sy tol geeis??? :shock:

  • Comment 40, posted at 07.05.08 13:37:58 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • I only reads financial magazines and some fishing magazines…….If you looking for skinner it’s NOT the place to look for them….AAAAAhhhhhhh so boring :oops:

  • Comment 41, posted at 07.05.08 13:39:33 by Pokkel Reply
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  • Ice

    Ja I see Steve is in ICU with a perforated Colon.

    Perforated Colon? Is that ER slang for “sewe keer met a bottel in die maag gesteek”

  • Comment 42, posted at 07.05.08 13:39:54 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • 39… :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Classic!!! :grin:

  • Comment 43, posted at 07.05.08 13:40:22 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • On that note i have to depart. :mad:

    Later all

  • Comment 44, posted at 07.05.08 13:40:59 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • # 40…Disregard that last question…. :oops: :oops: :oops:

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  • Comment 45, posted at 07.05.08 13:41:22 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • Sorry, Steve made it……will have to hear Die Blou Bul song again.
    Come to think of it Steve wasn’t at Loftus to often this year…. Wonder why???

  • Comment 46, posted at 07.05.08 13:42:21 by Pokkel Reply
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  • wat is ‘die bron’? Die huisgenoot’s more commin cousin? :roll:

  • Comment 47, posted at 07.05.08 13:53:13 by racheltjiedebeer Reply

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  • ‘en hy’t so eenkant gestaan en met sy vinger die whisky en limonade in sy glas geskommel’.

    Is ‘skommel’ not afr slang for something else? :oops:

  • Comment 48, posted at 07.05.08 13:55:09 by racheltjiedebeer Reply

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  • Rachel…LOL!! No drollie…Die Bron is a aka for Huisgenoot.. :roll:

    #48…. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  • Comment 49, posted at 07.05.08 14:04:24 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • :lol: no wonder I found nothing on google. :lol: :oops:

  • Comment 50, posted at 07.05.08 14:12:12 by racheltjiedebeer Reply

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  • :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  • Comment 51, posted at 07.05.08 14:13:19 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • 48 Rachel… Naughty,naughty… Skommel is just stirring.. :lol:

  • Comment 52, posted at 07.05.08 14:22:04 by Pokkel Reply
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  • :mrgreen:

  • Comment 53, posted at 07.05.08 14:31:28 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Rachel…I have to say…your pic is…welll…I am sure you know what I want to say!! :???: :???:

  • Comment 54, posted at 07.05.08 15:15:43 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • sexy? :twisted:

  • Comment 55, posted at 07.05.08 15:41:44 by racheltjiedebeer Reply

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  • Talking about misunderstood words, I have to remind my wife that she must be careful when talking in Flemish about bums and cats. :lol:

  • Comment 56, posted at 07.05.08 15:44:38 by Ollie Reply

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  • When we are in SA that is.

  • Comment 57, posted at 07.05.08 15:44:58 by Ollie Reply

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  • Flemish word for bum would be?

  • Comment 58, posted at 07.05.08 15:47:13 by robdylan (Sharks Forever!) Reply
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  • bum = kont
    cat = poes
    :oops: :oops:

  • Comment 59, posted at 07.05.08 15:49:31 by Ollie Reply

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  • ah… that’s a bit of an ugly one, innit?

    Is your good wife Flemish?

  • Comment 60, posted at 07.05.08 15:52:54 by robdylan (Sharks Forever!) Reply
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  • #55…. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    Well…if THAT’s what you call it…. :roll:

  • Comment 61, posted at 07.05.08 15:54:32 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • Hello Ice
    Welcome back, if you did’nt see it, you had a whole thread dedicated to you and the ageing process. Once again happy birthday.

  • Comment 62, posted at 07.05.08 15:55:59 by Salmonoid Reply
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  • Yep, that she is Rob

  • Comment 63, posted at 07.05.08 15:57:34 by Ollie Reply

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  • I suppose a lot of people can say they did not swear…were just speaking Flemish! :wink:

  • Comment 64, posted at 07.05.08 15:59:53 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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  • cool

  • Comment 65, posted at 07.05.08 16:01:24 by robdylan (Sharks Forever!) Reply
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  • hehehehe

  • Comment 66, posted at 07.05.08 16:02:43 by Ollie Reply

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  • I reckon Willie Roos is pretty well versed in Flemish.

  • Comment 67, posted at 07.05.08 16:11:33 by Salmonoid Reply
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  • hey Salmo – thanks! I saw! Pity was not here… :sad:

  • Comment 68, posted at 07.05.08 16:12:28 by I'ce (TKMITFM) Reply
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