On the back of Farmborough Heights’ Alan Wells’ Happy Bundling Out Season! comes out of the cold water faucet!”
Mangerton’s George Manojlovic returns: “I remember when Paul the Octopus made some clever predictions a few years ago during the FIFA World Cup. Well, it looks like I have a bird in my backyard that knows a little bit about Australian Open tennis. I don’t know what species it is, but I’m always greeted with “It’s Tsitsipas” every morning. I think it might respond to an owl, but who?”
For Joshua Steele (C8), the bread company behind the slogan “What You Eat Today, Walks and Talks Tomorrow” was Teague’s Bread, advises Adrian Bell of Davistown.
“It’s always good to know when a sport is taking action to address unacceptable off-field player behavior,” said Northmead’s George Zivkovic. “Apparently, the NRL’s flawless standdown policy applies to players charged with a misdemeanor that carries the potential for 11 years or more in prison. That’s what I call zero tolerance.
Rising up. “To reply to Meri Will and Peter Neufeld (C8), an elevator is a nifty way to get your name mentioned more than once in C8,” said Springwood’s Adrian Connelly. “Really lifts the spirits.”
“I’m so pleased to hear about the recent invention (C8) of ‘cat bibs’,” says Lane Cove’s Colin Taylor-Evans. “Not to stop the drool, but scientifically proven to give our rapidly exhausting wildlife extra time to escape.” And with Colin’s offer, we’ll wrap up the invention discussion, but not without this woe story from Mount’s Frank Paterson Annan: “I think there was once a patent application for a universal solvent. Unfortunately, the inventor could not find a container to store it in.”
“What’s worse than parking lot amnesia (C8)?” asks Piri Walsh of Double Bay. “It means you drive your brand new car into a parking lot and later look for your old car.”
“My daughter and I drove to Dubbo on Wednesday and I noticed an advance information sign for the rest area at Two Mile Creek, 2km to the north. Surely this sign should have been put up and written 2 miles before the rest area,” says Turramurra’s Chris Wilkinson.
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https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/open-season-on-top-seeds-20230119-p5cdql.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_national_nsw Open season for top seeds