#FLOGPOSTING


#41

No it’s not


#42

Get into it. It’s fun to say.

fllllllllllllllllOG


#43

we boo people at work.

(we don’t boo people at work).


#44

As long as you can still fit into it, it’s all good. I still wear mine. Although I’m waaaay under 50.

Cough *44 cough.


#45

I have never had a hangover, even when I have been vomiting for 3 hours straight to finish off a big night.

Lucky flog.


#46

When pronouncing Spanish words like Ibiza and chorizo, I pronounce the Z as a -TH-

FLOG


#47

And the Vs as Bs for extra flog points.


#48

#49

Sometimes when I drive my WRX I put on driving gloves because I think i drive better with them.

Ultimate FLOG


#50

We have a winner!

:joy::joy::joy:


#51

Nah ive heard flog been used.

Much harsher in real life. Really cuts through.


#52

Dont really give a ■■■■ about climate change and dont really give a ■■■■ about other problems that arent my own. But i’ll stir ■■■■ on here to make it seem that way.

The guy who probably looks at your sister a second too long.

Would have probably voted for Trump if I was American. Actually probably wouldnt have bothered.

Wears mens exercise tights.

Terrible driver, although I do know it.

Lives in Sydney, thinks victorians are racist ■■■■■ trying too hard not too be.

Knows nothing about football but acts like I do.

Probably has a punchable head.

FLOG.


#53

blink

There’s honest, and then there’s “honest”, …


#54

Oh, also, … Sam McClure.

FLOG.


#55

Well, that’s ok with us!!!


#56

No helmet?


#57

I don’t consider you a random. :wink:


#58

I watch Footy Classified. There, I said it.

FLOG


#59

There are a few there that are excusable.

Some are not.

Exercise tights? Hopefully you do use them for exercise though? Not just for everyday wear?


#60

I struggle with that bit. I’ve always head VIVA not BIBA. But in Spanish-language films, you do hear a lot of vale, pronounced bar-lay, meaning OK.

The lisped c’s and z’s don’t get used in Extremadura and Andalusia, which is where most emigrants to the New World, the con-keesta-door-ays or conquistadores, come from.