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Montevideo, June 26th 2019 - 18:43 UTC
Australia Livestock Health and Pest Authorities (LHPA) are encouraging all sheep producers to test their rams for ovine brucellosis, following recent positive tests that the disease might be spreading throughout the country. Read full article
no comment from the sunshine man..
ha ha ha ha ha!! I didn´t comment as this is old news!! sheep have had these deseases since they were introduced in Australia!! old news..
ha ha ha ha ha! I told you you don't speak like a native English speaker Aussie_sunshine. And I can tell you here because hardly anyone will look at this thread. You aren't as rabid as some on here but for some unknown reason you pretend to be an Aussie. Now perhaps you are an Aussie because I will accept that you have lived in Melbourne. But you write English in the same manner that my Colombian flatmate does. You make all the same mistakes that a native Spanish speaker who has learnt English makes.
For some reason you think we are lying when we say this.
sheep have had these deseases since they were introduced in Australia!
Sheep have had THIS DISEASE since they were introduced TO Australia
Your keyboard is also not set to English because you keep using an accent (tilde) for your apostrophes. didn´t versus 'didn't'
For some reason you are too ashamed to admit your nationality or location and that is fine by me because you obviously thing being an Aussie than anything else.
As I am an Aussie I take that as a compliment.
Considering how much you get riled up about Gibraltar, it isn't that difficult to guess you are Spanish and/or live in Spain.
AI WOS EDUKATI IN AUSTRALIE !! AI SPIK GUD INGLIS...
shit!! with what one has to put up with ):
I see no differnce between IN or TWO....
(yes there is an E mising in differce but I am to buggered to correct it LOL
Thank you for proving me correct.
Misspelling difference was the least of your problems in that comment.
now now chaps,
Remember the sheep are watching .lol
But Briton, think of how happy those sheep are with all the farmers fondling their balls.
*7 OH DEAR!! i prefer to fondle a good pair of tits......no offence
Sheep's balls Aussie_sunshine!
Producers can easily check their own rams by feeling for abnormal lumps in the rams’ testicles. This should be done twice a year....
Try to keep up and you might stop looking like an idiot.
If I wanted to highlight your inability to miss subtlety in English and hence your own lack of fluency, I really couldn't do it any better than your pathetic replies to my goading recently.
Being an unemployed Spaniard, tit fondling is probably the highlight of your week.
However being an employed Aussie, I can't squeeze sheep-ball fondling in.
However there's a job opening for you. You wouldn't need strong English language skills, just warm hands. Could that be a 457 for you?
My! you are starting to get pissed off very easily!! LOL
well anyway!! enjoy your sheep-ball fondling!!
As long as we get a nice warm jumper,
im sure the sheep wont complian.lol
You can prove conclusively that you are currently living in Melbourne.
Up for the challenge or will you ignore it, deflect from it, fudge it or just plain run away?
Here's your chance to prove me wrong. A_Voice, Think, Stevie, Nostrils would jump at this chance and I'm handing it to you on a platter.
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