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Canberra goes Johnny Knoxville

By johnboy - 30 December 2012 15

Ever seen a man actually turn green?

Well this is your chance as Canberra’s DSBshow takes up where Jackass left off with some serious self harm.

I’ve verified with the lads that it’s all Canberra. Aren’t you proud? I’m sure their parents are.

They’ve certainly got greater than average commitment to their craft.

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15 Responses to
Canberra goes Johnny Knoxville
1
Disposable 8:26 am
31 Dec 12
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1.54 “Don’t vomit on my strawberries please”

🙂

2
Bennop 8:49 am
31 Dec 12
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You are begging to sound very old-man-Canberra, mr JB.

3
shirty_bear 10:28 am
31 Dec 12
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It’s not a real Iron Gut competition without raw potatoes, some sort of factory-processed meat product (also raw), and a slab of limburger.

4
chewy14 11:05 am
31 Dec 12
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smoking’s bad mmkaayy.

5
schmeah 12:26 pm
31 Dec 12
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shirty_bear said :

… some sort of factory-processed meat product (also raw)…

so a trip to the supermarket meat freezer should cover it 🙂

6
Masquara 12:35 pm
31 Dec 12
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Don’t cheat this young genius of his 60 seconds of infamy. His name is Samuel Spinks.

7
Deref 3:58 pm
31 Dec 12
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Is this a late or early entry for the Moron of the Year award?

8
Masquara 5:01 pm
31 Dec 12
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The scars all over his face aren’t acne scars – they are from where he staple-gunned his face. Seriously.

Wondering why on earth JB is featuring these mully-esque, Strewan-esque folk!

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Spykler 5:58 pm
31 Dec 12
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shirty_bear said :

It’s not a real Iron Gut competition without raw potatoes, some sort of factory-processed meat product (also raw), and a slab of limburger.

Pal or Chum was the standard processed meat ingredient for the Iron Gut when I was at Uni.

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Listers_Cat 7:27 pm
31 Dec 12
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I’m guessing Canberra born and bred? I’ve heard rumors of these strange creatures, but I’m yet to encounter one ‘in the wild’ i.e. outside the confines and safety of the zoo that is the APS.

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shirty_bear 9:56 am
01 Jan 13
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Spykler said :

shirty_bear said :

It’s not a real Iron Gut competition without raw potatoes, some sort of factory-processed meat product (also raw), and a slab of limburger.

Pal or Chum was the standard processed meat ingredient for the Iron Gut when I was at Uni.

True, the dog food certainly works well in terms of audience entertainment. Almost no flavour at all, and surprisingly easy to get down.

12
Antagonist 1:33 pm
01 Jan 13
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Meh. I would have been way more impressed if the vomit was coming out of his nostrils as well. No sympathy-vomiters either. I award Sam 6/10.

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Spykler 4:08 pm
01 Jan 13
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shirty_bear said :

Spykler said :

shirty_bear said :

It’s not a real Iron Gut competition without raw potatoes, some sort of factory-processed meat product (also raw), and a slab of limburger.

Pal or Chum was the standard processed meat ingredient for the Iron Gut when I was at Uni.

True, the dog food certainly works well in terms of audience entertainment. Almost no flavour at all, and surprisingly easy to get down.

Try eating that full time when you are out of work. Tobasco sauce only disguises part of the pain.

14
milkman 6:35 pm
01 Jan 13
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shirty_bear said :

Spykler said :

shirty_bear said :

It’s not a real Iron Gut competition without raw potatoes, some sort of factory-processed meat product (also raw), and a slab of limburger.

Pal or Chum was the standard processed meat ingredient for the Iron Gut when I was at Uni.

True, the dog food certainly works well in terms of audience entertainment. Almost no flavour at all, and surprisingly easy to get down.

True, but you get this surprisingly strong urge to poo on the back lawn, then roll in it.

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Spykler 7:57 pm
02 Jan 13
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milkman said :

shirty_bear said :

Spykler said :

shirty_bear said :

It’s not a real Iron Gut competition without raw potatoes, some sort of factory-processed meat product (also raw), and a slab of limburger.

Pal or Chum was the standard processed meat ingredient for the Iron Gut when I was at Uni.

True, the dog food certainly works well in terms of audience entertainment. Almost no flavour at all, and surprisingly easy to get down.

True, but you get this surprisingly strong urge to poo on the back lawn, then roll in it.

I have witnessed my neighbour do that after 12 stubbies of VB.

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