Posted by: ?? | 2004/10/14

For rugby fans

Two boys are playing cricket on a field in Durban, when one is attacked
> by
> > a vicious Rottweiler. Thinking quickly, the other boy took his cricket
> bat
> > and managed to wedge it down the dog's collar and twist, luckily
> breaking
> > the dog's neck and stopping its attack. A reporter who was strolling by
> > sees the incident, and rushes over to interview the boy.
> > "Young Sharks Fan Saves Friend From Vicious Animal, " he starts writing in
his notebook. "But I'm not a Sharks fan," the little hero replied.
"Sorry, since we are in Durban, I just assumed you were," said the reporter and starts again. "Western Province Fan Rescues Friend from Horrific Attack,..." he continued writing in his notebook. "I'm not a Western Province fan either!", the boy said. "I assumed everyone in Durban was either for the
Sharks or Western Province. "So what team DO you root for?" the reporter asked. "I'm a Blue Bulls fan!", the child beamed.
The reporter starts a new sheet in his notebook and writes, "Little F * cker from Pretoria Kills Beloved Family Pet."

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Posted by: Lucia | 2004/10/14

Thanks ??

Glad to see people realise facts are facts !

PROVINCE !!!!!!!!!!! PROVINCE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DIE CURRY CUP KOM TERUG !!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted by: Sybrand | 2004/10/14

GO BLUE BULLES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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