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Forum (Talk Talk Talk...) > Moral dilemma

We have a moral dilemma in this country and seeking guidance. Our ex scrumhalf from the 95 world cup, Joost Van .. literally got caught with his pants down on a cellphone camera. Firstly, there was some white powder of sorts ingested through the nasal passages. Secondly, there was a similarly undressed female in the room who was not his wife (2nd nogal) but most damning the man in the video was wearing broekies (underpants) with holes. The country is up in arms and Joost is quick to deny that he would never be seen wearing holey underpants.

Are we missing the plot or what.
Is there an official ranking system for degrees of embarrassment.

PS what are the people up to in Knock looking at the sky this time?
November 11, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterCapetonian
Well, I do sympathise with your nation in its hour of disgrace, Capetonian. But have you not been following the exciting events at Knock? Apparitions, littering, everything.

Look at this:

Shocking stuff altogether. Puts your knickerless scrumhalf in the ha'penny place.

November 16, 2009 | Registered CommenterJulian Gough