A little crispy one Garry, a crispy chiko roll Hutchy and a crispy racist quip Eddie


#1708

I reckon they were great early days, the eps and first two albums were solid af, pillars of my yuff


#1709

Yeah, their early stuff is really solid.

Chris Cheney is an incredible guitarist, I would love to see him in a band where he just plays lead.


#1710

They did well with the ‘Lay down your guns’ remake with Jimmy Barnes.


#1711

Should be in secret shame (that incredible thread created by an exceptional intellectual) but I don’t mind living end. They seem to cop a lot of $hit for some reason. They are almost viewed as the oz version of nickelback.


#1712

shirley not (maybe I’m too old)


#1713

Hutchy just gave away a great prize to a kid just then. Signed Collingwood jumper, limo to the game, seats for his family, a kick on the ground before the game and he gets to go through the banner with S Pendlebury.

That is one of the all time great prizes.


#1714

Was lovely, kids mum could hardly speak she was so excited for her boy.


#1715

Couldn’t imagine anything worse, tbh.


#1716

Boooo…


#1717

She couldn’t believe it.


#1718

I won a trip to the 2006 GF. Tickets, fancy accommodation and seats on a chartered flight in a mini jet thing.

That was ace.

Can’t tell you how deflated the radio dorks were when I told them 'well… I’m actually an Essendon supporter". They were genuinely disappointed. We were on tv and everything.


#1719

Reckon that’s when my Sydney love really took hold.


#1720

20 more seconds and Adam Goodes would have got them over the line.


#1721

They were pretty good with their original drummer.


#1722

Unused inner sanctum experience that no Collingwood fan was prepared to pay for ?


#1723

There’s a banner?


#1724

Oops


#1725

Hutchy went through the banner.
No more banner.


#1726

Between you and me kid, it’s the cheer squads fault


#1727

Lay off the kid. The banner disintegrated and so did his team. Not his fault.