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Mully Cup for October 2011. Your thoughts wanted.

johnboy 31 October 2011 24

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It’s been a bumper month for news, but here in the Eagle’s Nest we’re not feeling the love for a Mully Cup winner.

So before we give up and decline to declare a winner we’re throwing it over to you dear reader.

Who or what do you think deserves this prestigious award for inspiring public debate?

Just leave your thoughts in the comments.


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poetix 9:45 am 02 Nov 11

So who won?

Thumper 8:20 am 01 Nov 11

[quote comment="361292"]Swan-molester.[/quote]

Plus 1

Wanon 11:27 pm 31 Oct 11

[quote comment="361421"][quote comment="361288"]I think the McKellar house explosion was on it's way to being worthy of the coveted Mully Cup. It's a shame the comments had to be removed.[/quote]

+1

In acknowledgement of the heated discussion that wasn't.[/quote]

+1

Just as well it was pulled. We wouldn't want the story to blow up out of control.

Gerry-Built 10:19 pm 31 Oct 11

the house fire in McKellar... especially due to their sending in the heavies...

astrojax 10:08 pm 31 Oct 11

me; just 'cause i could do with cheering up...

or krats, for his/her comment on the not driving home post-cup celebrating thread today [notwithstanding the criteria for claiming the mully is the generation of a slew of comment; but bugger that! mully epitomises a f*** you attitude, innit?]

Jethro 7:17 pm 31 Oct 11

[quote comment="361288"]I think the McKellar house explosion was on it's way to being worthy of the coveted Mully Cup. It's a shame the comments had to be removed.[/quote]

+1

In acknowledgement of the heated discussion that wasn't.

Diggety 5:08 pm 31 Oct 11

[quote comment="361382"]How about HM the Queen?

[/quote]

+1

Reason: for not giving a curtsy to our Prime Minister.

poetix 4:10 pm 31 Oct 11

How about HM the Queen? "We were gratified to receive this gift from the people of Canberra, and assure them that they will remain in our memory for many years to come, and that every time we gaze upon this unique reminder of our happy hours in Australia's capital city, the echoes of the many kind wishes of the inhabitants will cheer my husband and I, however many thousands of miles may then separate us from the talented artisans who fashioned the memento."

I'm just sure that's how she'd react.

carnardly 3:41 pm 31 Oct 11

the silly kid driving straight in front of an oncoming bus who said it was still the bus drivers fault.

Holden Caulfield 3:12 pm 31 Oct 11

I guess with time passing on its never ending journey the Wedding Etiquette thread was a while back now. If, by some miracle, that discussion took place in October then that's my nomination.

Mysteryman 1:47 pm 31 Oct 11

[quote comment="361295"]It's gotta be the swan fiddler. He defended himself, used lots of capitals and exclamation marks and then invented the word "involfed".[/quote]

Actually, I think you're right. That was a classic comment. I literally lol'd when I got to the "involfed" part of the response.

Jungle Jim 1:45 pm 31 Oct 11

You all seem to be forgetting that the Mully Cup is awarded to the story that generates the most discussion here, not whether there was any retaliations and text speak (which is the criteria for FOTM).

p1 1:37 pm 31 Oct 11

[quote comment="361295"]It's gotta be the swan fiddler. He defended himself, used lots of capitals and exclamation marks and then invented the word "involfed".[/quote]

...and the event itself has spawned several spin-off threads. + 1 for the Necro-Cygnus-fiddler...

arescarti42 1:37 pm 31 Oct 11

Yep, has to be the swan fiddler and associated flame posts.

I-filed 12:58 pm 31 Oct 11

[quote comment="361310"][quote comment="361305"]Uber-bogan-overlord Amanda Smith of ACT Housing! There's nobody like a bogan to oppress other bogans (and yes I appreciate the irony). And the setting for the Christmas Bad Wishes saga was the Bega Flats - definitely on Mully Country.[/quote]

Seriously,you must be from Bega flats yourself??[/quote]

No dear - leafy Old Inner North home owner - but that's why I referred to irony - clearly I'm a bogan if I'm dissing a bogan according to my own thesis! : )

DUB 12:42 pm 31 Oct 11

[quote comment="361305"]Uber-bogan-overlord Amanda Smith of ACT Housing! There's nobody like a bogan to oppress other bogans (and yes I appreciate the irony). And the setting for the Christmas Bad Wishes saga was the Bega Flats - definitely on Mully Country.[/quote]

Seriously,you must be from Bega flats yourself??

I-filed 12:39 pm 31 Oct 11

Who won the September Mully? Did I miss it ?

I-filed 12:38 pm 31 Oct 11

Uber-bogan-overlord Amanda Smith of ACT Housing! There's nobody like a bogan to oppress other bogans (and yes I appreciate the irony). And the setting for the Christmas Bad Wishes saga was the Bega Flats - definitely on Mully Country.

DUB 12:32 pm 31 Oct 11

Swan Lover definitely!!! :-)

luther_bendross 12:23 pm 31 Oct 11

It's gotta be the swan fiddler. He defended himself, used lots of capitals and exclamation marks and then invented the word "involfed".

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