A local piggy

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Re: A local piggy

Postby Rushy » Fri Jul 10, 2015 8:10 pm

Good point Scribe. I might have woken up with some bloody ugly chicks but they were all chicKs
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Re: A local piggy

Postby moonhunt » Sat Jul 11, 2015 9:34 pm

Rolled roasts yum!
What happened with the 'cold' reception you got at the other pub
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Re: A local piggy

Postby Rushy » Sun Jul 12, 2015 6:17 am

moonhunt wrote:Rolled roasts yum!
What happened with the 'cold' reception you got at the other pub

Are you talking to me or Scribe? I bailed from the old pub last November when one of the admin types was being a prat like a spoilt kid in a toy shop. Scribe, Mucko and I were around a camp fire one day and this forum was born from a chat about doing our own thing.
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Re: A local piggy

Postby Scribe » Sun Jul 12, 2015 9:06 am

Rushy wrote:
moonhunt wrote:Rolled roasts yum!
What happened with the 'cold' reception you got at the other pub

Are you talking to me or Scribe? I bailed from the old pub last November when one of the admin types was being a prat like a spoilt kid in a toy shop. Scribe, Mucko and I were around a camp fire one day and this forum was born from a chat about doing our own thing.


I think moonhunt might be referring to Dundee here 'Rushy'. Dundee has been winding someone up on the other site with this same thread.

Well anyway this is how I read it last night.
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Re: A local piggy

Postby Dundee » Sun Jul 12, 2015 11:30 am

moonhunt wrote:Rolled roasts yum!
What happened with the 'cold' reception you got at the other pub




I think it got "Frost"bite.
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Re: A local piggy

Postby Dundee » Sun Jul 12, 2015 6:06 pm

Just got a phone call from a mate and the pig was 240kg gutted,we have just recently killed a 3 year old hereford X and it was 260kg on the hook.

I think the fella got pounds and kilos mixed up? 240kg pig?
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Re: A local piggy

Postby Rushy » Sun Jul 12, 2015 6:17 pm

Dundee wrote:Just got a phone call from a mate and the pig was 240kg gutted,we have just recently killed a 3 year old hereford X and it was 260kg on the hook.

I think the fella got pounds and kilos mixed up? 240kg pig?

Dundee even 240 lbs gutted is a monster of a pig. I am figuring he picked it up and stood on the bathroom scales with it. Ha ha ha ha
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Re: A local piggy

Postby Dundee » Sun Jul 12, 2015 6:40 pm

Thanks fellas that is exactly what I thought as I saw the size of the hereford split in half.

Yeah frosty might get a bit touchy :lol:

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No bloody way a pig would get that big
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Re: A local piggy

Postby Dundee » Sun Jul 12, 2015 7:57 pm

If it was 240lb that would make it 528kg.

How big were the hogs in the NT Scribe?
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Re: A local piggy

Postby Packhorse » Sun Jul 12, 2015 7:59 pm

I thought frosty was your mate Dundee the way you were carrying on.


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