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Poles going up for Beer And Meat On A Stick Day

By johnboy - 31 January 2013 17

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There is no day so joyous in the Canberra calendar as BAMOASD. So it’s with some joy I note the marquees are going up in Civic Square.

It’s coming up on 9 February.

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17 Responses to
Poles going up for Beer And Meat On A Stick Day
1
Jivrashia 10:50 am
31 Jan 13
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BAMOAS

Beer and meat on a stick…

Beer popsicle?? YES PLEASE.

2
Duffbowl 11:09 am
31 Jan 13
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Looking forward to serving beer to what seems like a squillion people…

3
poetix 12:51 pm
31 Jan 13
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It’ll need more than the Poles to be properly multicultural.

4
Rollersk8r 2:39 pm
31 Jan 13
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Should be great this year, especially with that lower end of City Walk finished and the use of the space pictured. The website could do with some work though…

5
p1 2:41 pm
31 Jan 13
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poetix said :

It’ll need more than the Poles to be properly multicultural.

This was my first thought to.

6
Chop71 3:45 pm
31 Jan 13
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What a s*** website

7
Pork Hunt 5:59 pm
31 Jan 13
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poetix said :

It’ll need more than the Poles to be properly multicultural.

If a particular country has been occupied by visiting armies on more than one occasion then surely their multiculturality has been enhanced.

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switch 6:07 pm
31 Jan 13
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Pork Hunt said :

If a particular country has been occupied by visiting armies on more than one occasion then surely their multiculturality has been enhanced.

Not sure the French would agree with you.

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KB1971 6:16 pm
31 Jan 13
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Woooo Hoooo

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Doc Dogg 6:58 pm
31 Jan 13
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meat on a stick…is there any better food to eat whilst pushing your way past masses of drunken teens. I like to buy two and use the sticks to rage-poke people out of my way.

Every year I contemplate bringing a garden stake and pretending I just ate a full sheep 🙂 Plus I could use it to joust with the crazy-eyed pram pushers that seem oblivious to the fact that they are running people over with their contraptions.

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Pork Hunt 7:21 pm
31 Jan 13
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switch said :

Pork Hunt said :

If a particular country has been occupied by visiting armies on more than one occasion then surely their multiculturality has been enhanced.

Not sure the French would agree with you.

An old joke, how many men does it take to defend Paris? Not known, never been tried….

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Observing 8:06 pm
31 Jan 13
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Pork Hunt said :

poetix said :

It’ll need more than the Poles to be properly multicultural.

If a particular country has been occupied by visiting armies on more than one occasion then surely their multiculturality has been enhanced.

Yes but we already get exposed to so many things from England in Australian culture. It would be nice to see other countries less so enhanced.

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gospeedygo 12:20 am
01 Feb 13
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Jivrashia said :

BAMOAS

Beer and meat on a stick…

Beer popsicle?? YES PLEASE.

I think someone needs to invent the meat ‘candy bracelet’ to go with the beer popsicles. Then we can live like kings, dammit, KINGS.

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Deckard 7:59 am
01 Feb 13
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Pork Hunt said :

switch said :

Pork Hunt said :

If a particular country has been occupied by visiting armies on more than one occasion then surely their multiculturality has been enhanced.

Not sure the French would agree with you.

An old joke, how many men does it take to defend Paris? Not known, never been tried….

I know it’s a joke, but not so true. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Verdun#section_7

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Tetranitrate 9:06 am
01 Feb 13
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Pork Hunt said :

switch said :

Pork Hunt said :

If a particular country has been occupied by visiting armies on more than one occasion then surely their multiculturality has been enhanced.

Not sure the French would agree with you.

An old joke, how many men does it take to defend Paris? Not known, never been tried….

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Paris_(1870%E2%80%931871)

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