Preview Round 4, 2021 vs Richmond @ Adelaide Oval 04/09/21

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GremioPower

Taking notes of policy re: bikini/lingerie images
May 26, 2017
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Hello all,

Sorry to intrude.

We have a banter thread going if anyone wants to jump in. We are getting a bit lonely in there :(


Note: Mods said it was fine for me to promote it.
It’s hard to banter against you at the moment, but I will try, ND.
 

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HugeJohnson

I have one
Apr 25, 2009
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5,976
Some point in space and time
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Hi everyone. Big game coming up this weekend against the reigning premiers, the Richmond Tigers.

My mum, dad and I are all thinking of heading along together this week with Uncle Philip and Aunty Sarah and we've been discussing half-time snacks. I've been away for a while and haven't been able to get to a game in some years, so I'm not quite up-to-date with the stadium policy. So I was wondering if anyone here was aware of the regulations regarding bringing your own cheese (or any food for that matter) to the football. My dad works on a cheese farm so he has access to some vintage fromage that he'd like to bring so we can have snacks at half time (hopefully we're winning, or I'm not sure we'll be in the mood for cheese!)
Also, would I be safe in assuming that if cheese is allowed, we'd also be able to bring along some crackers as well as an accompaniment?

Obviously, the football comes first, we are not just there to eat cheese and snacks. We will be 100% invested in the game, don't you worry about that. Aunty Sarah is a Richmond Tigers supporter since childhood, so we have some big banter going on at the moment in the family chat. Nothing too malicious though, it's all in good fun of course. But come Saturday, all bets are off and it might not be so friendly. Hopefully I don't have to sit next to Aunty Sarah, last time we went to the football together (on a cold, disgusting wintery day in 2010 when the Richmond Tigers destroyed us at our 140th Birthday party) Aunty Sarah brought a pair of Handclappers and it was so annoying because she was clapping them all the time and I couldn't focus on the football. Although maybe that wasn't such a bad thing that day! I hope she doesn't still have them.

Anyway, if anyone has information about bringing food in to Adelaide Oval, we would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, and see you at the football!
 

dean33

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 10, 2007
9,802
13,653
melb
AFL Club
Richmond
Yet fragile enough to come in here and remind us of it cool....
Not really, just responding to a port poster saying we are getting our excuses ready as many tiger fans don’t think we’ll win this week. Most of us are realistic in that we are up against it this week but we aren’t making excuses. We all know it’s a long season however and premierships aren’t won in April.
 

Winganeen

All Australian
Jul 30, 2009
708
1,253
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Hi everyone. Big game coming up this weekend against the reigning premiers, the Richmond Tigers.

My mum, dad and I are all thinking of heading along together this week with Uncle Philip and Aunty Sarah and we've been discussing half-time snacks. I've been away for a while and haven't been able to get to a game in some years, so I'm not quite up-to-date with the stadium policy. So I was wondering if anyone here was aware of the regulations regarding bringing your own cheese (or any food for that matter) to the football. My dad works on a cheese farm so he has access to some vintage fromage that he'd like to bring so we can have snacks at half time (hopefully we're winning, or I'm not sure we'll be in the mood for cheese!)
Also, would I be safe in assuming that if cheese is allowed, we'd also be able to bring along some crackers as well as an accompaniment?

Obviously, the football comes first, we are not just there to eat cheese and snacks. We will be 100% invested in the game, don't you worry about that. Aunty Sarah is a Richmond Tigers supporter since childhood, so we have some big banter going on at the moment in the family chat. Nothing too malicious though, it's all in good fun of course. But come Saturday, all bets are off and it might not be so friendly. Hopefully I don't have to sit next to Aunty Sarah, last time we went to the football together (on a cold, disgusting wintery day in 2010 when the Richmond Tigers destroyed us at our 140th Birthday party) Aunty Sarah brought a pair of Handclappers and it was so annoying because she was clapping them all the time and I couldn't focus on the football. Although maybe that wasn't such a bad thing that day! I hope she doesn't still have them.

Anyway, if anyone has information about bringing food in to Adelaide Oval, we would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, and see you at the football!
This is why I bigfooty 😍
 

Tibbs

Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 9, 2013
5,417
12,607
Brisbane
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Port Adelaide
Hi everyone. Big game coming up this weekend against the reigning premiers, the Richmond Tigers.

My mum, dad and I are all thinking of heading along together this week with Uncle Philip and Aunty Sarah and we've been discussing half-time snacks. I've been away for a while and haven't been able to get to a game in some years, so I'm not quite up-to-date with the stadium policy. So I was wondering if anyone here was aware of the regulations regarding bringing your own cheese (or any food for that matter) to the football. My dad works on a cheese farm so he has access to some vintage fromage that he'd like to bring so we can have snacks at half time (hopefully we're winning, or I'm not sure we'll be in the mood for cheese!)
Also, would I be safe in assuming that if cheese is allowed, we'd also be able to bring along some crackers as well as an accompaniment?

Obviously, the football comes first, we are not just there to eat cheese and snacks. We will be 100% invested in the game, don't you worry about that. Aunty Sarah is a Richmond Tigers supporter since childhood, so we have some big banter going on at the moment in the family chat. Nothing too malicious though, it's all in good fun of course. But come Saturday, all bets are off and it might not be so friendly. Hopefully I don't have to sit next to Aunty Sarah, last time we went to the football together (on a cold, disgusting wintery day in 2010 when the Richmond Tigers destroyed us at our 140th Birthday party) Aunty Sarah brought a pair of Handclappers and it was so annoying because she was clapping them all the time and I couldn't focus on the football. Although maybe that wasn't such a bad thing that day! I hope she doesn't still have them.

Anyway, if anyone has information about bringing food in to Adelaide Oval, we would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, and see you at the football!
I am told you should be fine!

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Coobk001

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 26, 2007
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Adelaide
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Hi everyone. Big game coming up this weekend against the reigning premiers, the Richmond Tigers.

My mum, dad and I are all thinking of heading along together this week with Uncle Philip and Aunty Sarah and we've been discussing half-time snacks. I've been away for a while and haven't been able to get to a game in some years, so I'm not quite up-to-date with the stadium policy. So I was wondering if anyone here was aware of the regulations regarding bringing your own cheese (or any food for that matter) to the football. My dad works on a cheese farm so he has access to some vintage fromage that he'd like to bring so we can have snacks at half time (hopefully we're winning, or I'm not sure we'll be in the mood for cheese!)
Also, would I be safe in assuming that if cheese is allowed, we'd also be able to bring along some crackers as well as an accompaniment?

Obviously, the football comes first, we are not just there to eat cheese and snacks. We will be 100% invested in the game, don't you worry about that. Aunty Sarah is a Richmond Tigers supporter since childhood, so we have some big banter going on at the moment in the family chat. Nothing too malicious though, it's all in good fun of course. But come Saturday, all bets are off and it might not be so friendly. Hopefully I don't have to sit next to Aunty Sarah, last time we went to the football together (on a cold, disgusting wintery day in 2010 when the Richmond Tigers destroyed us at our 140th Birthday party) Aunty Sarah brought a pair of Handclappers and it was so annoying because she was clapping them all the time and I couldn't focus on the football. Although maybe that wasn't such a bad thing that day! I hope she doesn't still have them.

Anyway, if anyone has information about bringing food in to Adelaide Oval, we would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, and see you at the football!
Oh Aunty Sarah you rascal
 

bow and arrow

Debutant
Mar 3, 2014
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152
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Hi everyone. Big game coming up this weekend against the reigning premiers, the Richmond Tigers.

My mum, dad and I are all thinking of heading along together this week with Uncle Philip and Aunty Sarah and we've been discussing half-time snacks. I've been away for a while and haven't been able to get to a game in some years, so I'm not quite up-to-date with the stadium policy. So I was wondering if anyone here was aware of the regulations regarding bringing your own cheese (or any food for that matter) to the football. My dad works on a cheese farm so he has access to some vintage fromage that he'd like to bring so we can have snacks at half time (hopefully we're winning, or I'm not sure we'll be in the mood for cheese!)
Also, would I be safe in assuming that if cheese is allowed, we'd also be able to bring along some crackers as well as an accompaniment?

Obviously, the football comes first, we are not just there to eat cheese and snacks. We will be 100% invested in the game, don't you worry about that. Aunty Sarah is a Richmond Tigers supporter since childhood, so we have some big banter going on at the moment in the family chat. Nothing too malicious though, it's all in good fun of course. But come Saturday, all bets are off and it might not be so friendly. Hopefully I don't have to sit next to Aunty Sarah, last time we went to the football together (on a cold, disgusting wintery day in 2010 when the Richmond Tigers destroyed us at our 140th Birthday party) Aunty Sarah brought a pair of Handclappers and it was so annoying because she was clapping them all the time and I couldn't focus on the football. Although maybe that wasn't such a bad thing that day! I hope she doesn't still have them.

Anyway, if anyone has information about bringing food in to Adelaide Oval, we would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, and see you at the football!
Not many things have made me smile this week so thank you! As far as I know anything is ok food wise except glass bottles or cans!
 

JayPea14

Club Legend
May 3, 2015
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Hi everyone. Big game coming up this weekend against the reigning premiers, the Richmond Tigers.

My mum, dad and I are all thinking of heading along together this week with Uncle Philip and Aunty Sarah and we've been discussing half-time snacks. I've been away for a while and haven't been able to get to a game in some years, so I'm not quite up-to-date with the stadium policy. So I was wondering if anyone here was aware of the regulations regarding bringing your own cheese (or any food for that matter) to the football. My dad works on a cheese farm so he has access to some vintage fromage that he'd like to bring so we can have snacks at half time (hopefully we're winning, or I'm not sure we'll be in the mood for cheese!)
Also, would I be safe in assuming that if cheese is allowed, we'd also be able to bring along some crackers as well as an accompaniment?

Obviously, the football comes first, we are not just there to eat cheese and snacks. We will be 100% invested in the game, don't you worry about that. Aunty Sarah is a Richmond Tigers supporter since childhood, so we have some big banter going on at the moment in the family chat. Nothing too malicious though, it's all in good fun of course. But come Saturday, all bets are off and it might not be so friendly. Hopefully I don't have to sit next to Aunty Sarah, last time we went to the football together (on a cold, disgusting wintery day in 2010 when the Richmond Tigers destroyed us at our 140th Birthday party) Aunty Sarah brought a pair of Handclappers and it was so annoying because she was clapping them all the time and I couldn't focus on the football. Although maybe that wasn't such a bad thing that day! I hope she doesn't still have them.

Anyway, if anyone has information about bringing food in to Adelaide Oval, we would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, and see you at the football!
As long as you don't cut the cheese at your seat..

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Fizzler

BBTB
Dec 26, 2013
10,722
11,699
Melbourne
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Port Adelaide
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Hi everyone. Big game coming up this weekend against the reigning premiers, the Richmond Tigers.

My mum, dad and I are all thinking of heading along together this week with Uncle Philip and Aunty Sarah and we've been discussing half-time snacks. I've been away for a while and haven't been able to get to a game in some years, so I'm not quite up-to-date with the stadium policy. So I was wondering if anyone here was aware of the regulations regarding bringing your own cheese (or any food for that matter) to the football. My dad works on a cheese farm so he has access to some vintage fromage that he'd like to bring so we can have snacks at half time (hopefully we're winning, or I'm not sure we'll be in the mood for cheese!)
Also, would I be safe in assuming that if cheese is allowed, we'd also be able to bring along some crackers as well as an accompaniment?

Obviously, the football comes first, we are not just there to eat cheese and snacks. We will be 100% invested in the game, don't you worry about that. Aunty Sarah is a Richmond Tigers supporter since childhood, so we have some big banter going on at the moment in the family chat. Nothing too malicious though, it's all in good fun of course. But come Saturday, all bets are off and it might not be so friendly. Hopefully I don't have to sit next to Aunty Sarah, last time we went to the football together (on a cold, disgusting wintery day in 2010 when the Richmond Tigers destroyed us at our 140th Birthday party) Aunty Sarah brought a pair of Handclappers and it was so annoying because she was clapping them all the time and I couldn't focus on the football. Although maybe that wasn't such a bad thing that day! I hope she doesn't still have them.

Anyway, if anyone has information about bringing food in to Adelaide Oval, we would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, and see you at the football!
Oh how I've missed you
 

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Ford Fairlane

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Not really, just responding to a port poster saying we are getting our excuses ready as many tiger fans don’t think we’ll win this week. Most of us are realistic in that we are up against it this week but we aren’t making excuses. We all know it’s a long season however and premierships aren’t won in April.
The past couple of years, you've had substantial consecutive losses in the early rounds. It's ok with me if you want to do that again this year.
 

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