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Apr 19, 2006
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Jobe is semi ******ed.

Got the job because of his dad

Yet i always get a laugh how Melbourne folk think they are a "progressive" and a "world city".

I mean cafes and restaurants are unique.

Jobe is a true blue journo.

Oh deary me

I've seen horse s**t smarter than Jobe
Big night?
 

brmi

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Don't know if anything can beat his 'suck off' special comment from last week.

Jobe has became that bad that he is too good not have on special comments. It's almost a game within the game to hear the incoherent nonsense that comes out of his mouth.

Please don't change Jobe 😍
 

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The 747

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Jason Dunstall used it last week on On the Couch. I looked it up and it is a real word, but I’d never heard it before. I reckon Jobe was watching and thought to himself, That sounds smart, I’m going to work that into my commentary somehow.

That is 101 on how footy pundits work, one of them learns a new word and then they all start saying it. A while back it was 'mulligans".
 

Wolfgang West

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Jobe is semi ******ed.

Got the job because of his dad

Yet i always get a laugh how Melbourne folk think they are a "progressive" and a "world city".

I mean cafes and restaurants are unique.

Jobe is a true blue journo.

Oh deary me

I've seen horse s**t smarter than Jobe
An Imbecile of the highest quality. Xavier College education ?

Blonk.
 

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Tulip

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That is 101 on how footy pundits work, one of them learns a new word and then they all start saying it. A while back it was 'mulligans".
You often hear them all use the same phrase in one conversation after one guy uses it too.

I remember a pundit saying ‘make no bones’ a couple of years back and then everyone saying it in the next 5 minutes
 

PrinceCharles

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You often hear them all use the same phrase in one conversation after one guy uses it too.

I remember a pundit saying ‘make no bones’ a couple of years back and then everyone saying it in the next 5 minutes
One that stood out for me was when 'perceived' pressure became a thing and they all fumbled over a bunch of different variations of 'perceived' whenever someone fumbled or rushed a kick.
 
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GWT6

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You often hear them all use the same phrase in one conversation after one guy uses it too.

I remember a pundit saying ‘make no bones’ a couple of years back and then everyone saying it in the next 5 minutes
This probably belongs in another thread - but if I would pay good money to find out which idiot thought it was clever to start calling goals "Majors". This has taken over every commentator in the last couple of years, and I have no idea why.
 

Demonic Ascent

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Jason Dunstall used it last week on On the Couch. I looked it up and it is a real word, but I’d never heard it before. I reckon Jobe was watching and thought to himself, That sounds smart, I’m going to work that into my commentary somehow.
I'm sure Dunstall would have said "attiTUdinal" Jobe is reported as having said "attidunal" missing the "tu"

I don't think "attidunal" is a word
 
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