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They wanted to get on telly, but instead a story in the Hun. They really are losers.

Brett Pee

A lot of munchers who i know make jokes about themselves, you know along the lines of- why is there no football in India? Because every time they get a corner they put a store up on it. Harmless fun this time mate.


Couldn't resist, for lovers of song and dance Simpsons:

Apu: Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?
Now here comes the tricky part.
Oh, won't you rhyme with me?
Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?
Marge: Their floors are Stick-E-Mart,
Lisa: They make Dad Sick-E-Mart,
Bart: Let's hurl a Brick-E-Mart,
Homer: The Kwik-E-Mart is real...[D'oh!]

Apu: Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?
Not meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...[held for next three lines]
OFF: Forget the Kwik-E-Mart,
Goodbye to Kwik-E-Mart,
Who needs Kwik-E-mart?
Apu: Not me.


What a great banner!


They got on the telly, in the Sun and on the news.

Great banner, wit winners.

Matt Collins

For the record we did get on tv!


And a good job it was, too, Matt.

But a word of advice: I accept you were only just trying to get on telly, but there is ALWAYS someone looking for controversy.

Matt Collins

Very true Tony. At the time I ran it past a mate who is Sri Lankan, he thought the banner was great. We had a whole stack of Indian supporters comment on how funny/witty and in good fun the banner was.

It was all just cos of one bloke who apparently "wept for two days" after the cricket match that created controversy. He said because of taunts like our banner he was ashamed to be in Australia. If you cant take a little ribbing on the chin then you aint ever gonna be a true Australian mate!

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