Greg the peg leg sailor

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About Greg the peg leg sailor

  • Birthday 12/14/1957

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    Sydney, Australia
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    Currently building a revamped model of the HMS Endeavour by Artesania Latina with over 200 changes to make it close as possible to the HMB ENDEAVOUR in Sydney. But with a few alterations to the replica.

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  1. Hahaha You may be right! Some non-Ozzie might hear Egg-nishner when we speak, it must be our accent.
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  3. G'day Lawrence Those 2 figures had the magic touch to a bloody marvelous model. You have shown, how to add the extra touch to make a great model to a incredible model. It's a lesson that that we all should listen to when we thought our model is done. Happymodelling Greg
  4. Australian English 101 G'Day all In Australia we make a few words in a sentence into one longer word. We, I must admit, are a bit lazy in our speaking, but for us it's normal. The reason why I'm writing this down, so other countries and their population might under stand our lingo. Some examples are:. Lingo = language Ozzie = Australian Havta = have to Havtagree = have to agree etc G'Day = good day Havagooday = have a good day Havagreatrip = have a great trip etc If you say it out loud long enough, I hope that you may understand our poor speech. In Australia we use bloody a lot. Bloody is one of our best adjective to describe something so good or some times bad. Eg bloody fantastic is very good. Bloody terrible is very bad. We also break down large words into a smaller/shorter word eg. Air conditioner to Aircon. There are many more facets to our unique language, above are only a small sample. havagooday to all Greg
  5. Sounds like you know what talking about cog re the secret compartments. Lol😆😊
  6. Australian English 101 G'Day all In Australia we make a few words in a sentence into one longer word. We, I must admit, are a bit lazy in our speaking, but for us it's normal. The reason why I'm writing this down, so other countries and there population might under stand our lingo. Some examples are:. Lingo = language Ozzie = Australian Havta = have to Havtagree = have to agree etc G'Day = good day Havagooday = have a good day Havagreatrip = have a great trip etc If you say it out loud long enough, I hope that you may understand our poor speech. In Australia we use bloody a lot. Bloody is one of our best adjective to describe something so good or some times bad. Eg bloody fantastic is very good. Bloody terrible is very bad. We also break down large words into a smaller/shorter word eg. Air conditioner to Aircon. There are many more facets to our unique language, above are only a small sample. havagooday to all Greg
  7. G'day Lawrence I love the little details etc. Everything is bloody brilliant. Havagooday Greg
  8. Australian English 101 G'Day all In Australia we make a few words in a sentence into one longer word. We, I must admit, are a bit lazy in our speaking, but for us it's normal. The reason why I'm writing this down, so other countries and their population might under stand our lingo. Some examples are:. Lingo = language Ozzie = Australian Havta = have to Havtagree = have to agree etc G'Day = good day Havagooday = have a good day Havagreatrip = have a great trip etc If you say it out loud long enough, I hope that you may understand our poor speech. In Australia we use bloody a lot. Bloody is one of our best adjective to describe something so good or some times bad. Eg bloody fantastic is very good. Bloody terrible is very bad. We also break down large words into a smaller/shorter word eg. Air conditioner to Aircon. There are many more facets to our unique language, above are only a small sample. havagooday to all Greg
  9. Australian English 101 G'Day all In Australia we make a few words in a sentence into one longer word. We, I must admit, are a bit lazy in our speaking, but for us it's normal. The reason why I'm writing this down, so other countries and their population might under stand our lingo. Some examples are:. Lingo = language Ozzie = Australian Havta = have to Havtagree = have to agree etc G'Day = good day Havagooday = have a good day Havagreatrip = have a great trip etc If you say it out loud long enough, I hope that you may understand our poor speech. In Australia we use bloody a lot. Bloody is one of our best adjective to describe something so good or some times bad. Eg bloody fantastic is very good. Bloody terrible is very bad. We also break down large words into a smaller/shorter word eg. Air conditioner to Aircon. There are many more facets to our unique language, above are only a small sample. havagooday to all Greg
  10. G'day Marsalv Havta agree with Steve...... Don't worry about it....they are great as is. Havagooday Greg
  11. G'day Dave Bloody fantastic result. Your should be proud of yourself. Havagooday Greg
  12. G'day Mark I can only see a slight different, but wow! It looks great now. Well done. It's amazing how a suttle different makes from brilliant to outstanding! Havagooday Greg
  13. G'day Patrick Bloody great job on the rooms. Must be so tedious to do them all. Hopefully 'Eagle Eye' wouldn't see any spinners this time. Lol😆 Can't wait first the furniture. Havagooday matee Greg
  14. '.......right but i persisted. I us......' G'Day Steve My dear late Father had a saying. Persistent is a virtue, possess if you can, seldom found in women, but always in a man. Sorry Toni, you're the exception! Great job again Havagooday Greg
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