Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Missing Raffy


The motor car company Kia sponsors the Australian Open tennis by supplying cars to transport tennis players from the hotels to the courts. I spotted the first one a couple of days ago. I immediately thought of the lovely Rafael Nadal. Then I saw the number of the car, 69, and I thought even more about the lovely Rafael. Alas, he is not attending the Australian Open this year.

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  1. Keep your pants done up.

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    1. Diane, it is he that needs to be concerned about his pants being kept done up.

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  2. Don't understand Diane's previous comment. An Aussie turn of phrase perhaps. I love watching tennis and will miss Raffa. The championships are not the same without him. Will you be going to watch any of the matches?

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    1. Fun60, I believe Diane was being critical of my crude way of lusting after Raffa. I am not sports minded so I won't be seeing any tennis matches but the atmosphere in Melbourne is wonderful when the tennis is underway.

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  3. oh he's cute!
    Ha Ha @ Diane.

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    1. He is River, with a lovely smile.

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  4. oh and I thought you were missing Rafael Epstein *snorts*

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    1. Funny Fen, I thought of that when I was writing it.

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  5. Nadal does nothing for me. Give me the Swiss Express!

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    1. The Fed, Michael. We won't squabble then.

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  6. Oh no MC, the Swiss Express, as magnificent a tennis player as he has been, is not a patch on Nadal when it comes to attractiveness, in this gay man's opinion. I only wish Nadal would try a different style of underwear as he has to snatch at his underpants too often even for my liking.

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    1. Victor, I would pop in a little itching powder to get some action happening, if he has to fiddle.

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  7. No Raffy....? Well, Roger will do at a pinch, I guess.

    Yes, I'm baaaaaack!

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    1. Ah Kath, you are back from being back, assuming you made it. Better go and check the Blurb.

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