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In Oklahoma, it is illegal to have a donkey sleeping in your bathtub after 7pm.

There ... you know that now.

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But its OK before 7pm? Good to know!

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HBS Guy wrote:But its OK before 7pm? Good to know!

Perfectly acceptable. Relieved?

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It’s illegal to be in possession of more than 50kg of potatoes in Western Australia.

:hush

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Aussie wrote:It’s illegal to be in possession of more than 50kg of potatoes in Western Australia.

:hush

Oh Greg! Do it! Go immediately to the shops and buy a shit ton of potatoes.

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Can we wash our ass in the bathtub after 7.00pm, as long as our ass doesn’t fall asleep?

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Aussie wrote:It’s illegal to be in possession of more than 50kg of potatoes in Western Australia.

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I assume Dutton and potato farmers have exemptions?

Has Dutton ever been in WA?

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HBS Guy wrote:Can we wash our ass in the bathtub after 7.00pm, as long as our ass doesn’t fall asleep?

Probably depends how good your lawyer is. A definite grey area.

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Not a grey area once the ass has been washed!

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One you should be aware of Aussie ... in Qld, taxis must carry a bale of hay in the boot at all times.

You just never know ... right?

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HBS Guy wrote:Not a grey area once the ass has been washed!

That's racist! It might be a grey donkey!

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Does it say how big the bale should be? A real straw–colored area!

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mothra wrote:One you should be aware of Aussie ... in Qld, taxis must carry a bale of hay in the boot at all times.

You just never know ... right?
:b :b :b

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HBS Guy wrote:Does it say how big the bale should be? A real straw–colored area!

Everything is bigger in Qld, isn't it?

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The piles of bullshit are! I tender. . . BigOle as evidence.

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Wearing hot pink pants after noon on a Sunday is against the law in some Australian states.

Poor Booby. I hope his home town isn't affected.

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Heh, Don Dunstan wore hotpants into SA Parliament, Speaker sent him home to change. :OMG

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Booby and Dunstan would have been really, really good friends if they were contemporaneous.

Never known anyone to cling onto the closet like Booby.

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HBS Guy wrote:Booby and Dunstan would have been really, really good friends if they were contemporaneous.

Never known anyone to cling onto the closet like Booby.

Nah, Don was interesting and clever.

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Yeah, I was active in Labor then, saw him many times. Brilliant mind, had to hide his real nature which is sad.

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In Alabama, not only is it illegal to have an amusing moustache in church ... you may not chain your alligator to a fire hydrant.

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Aussie, you probably know already but. . .


https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/2 ... rt-ruling/

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I would LOVE to see some of those alligator hunters from the southern bayous come here and do the same with some salties.

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HBS Guy wrote:Aussie, you probably know already but. . .


https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/2 ... rt-ruling/
Ta. Yes, saw that this morning. While it is always good to see Uber kicked, that decision will have no impact in Australia where our chicken livered politicians have legislated to accommodate them. In Qld, as of the 15th January, 2018, Uber will be required to meet some basic regulations but still nothing like what we pay. But, any cost to operate imposed on a Uber 'partner' (even a modest one) sends them broke quicker. It is a plain and simple fact...the Uber business model just does not work.

Anyway....back to the Topic of asses in baths.

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In Kansas, two trains that meet each other on the same track may not move until the other has passed.

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