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(Courier Mail)   After seeing 60 gang members waiting outside, he thought police might be needed. 'I started a bikie brawl to save my life'   (couriermail.com.au) divider line 63
    More: Stupid, Gold Coast, Jason Trouchet, Surfers Paradise, Jacques Teamo  
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2013-09-29 11:05:48 PM  
Bandidos bikies sounds so bad-ass.

/like Twinkies
 
2013-09-29 11:17:29 PM  
Bikies? They are bikers. BIKERS!
 
2013-09-30 12:04:45 AM  
I read that as Bikini brawl :(
 
2013-09-30 12:09:19 AM  
If I was a 1%er and the called me a "bikie" I'd get it tattooed on my chest "Go ahead, make fun of it.
I dare you." style.

As it is, I can barely keep a car on the road sometimes, especially in winter with all that ice. Never even sat on a bike.
 
2013-09-30 12:34:34 AM  

Sgygus: Bandidos bikies sounds so bad-ass.

/like Twinkies


Or a walkie-talkie. If the guy who named that had named grenades they'd probably be "whammy-kablammies".
 
2013-09-30 01:42:26 AM  
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"Bikies?"
 
2013-09-30 03:14:00 AM  

fusillade762: Sgygus: Bandidos bikies sounds so bad-ass.

/like Twinkies

Or a walkie-talkie. If the guy who named that had named grenades they'd probably be "whammy-kablammies".


Grenade comes from the same word as grenadine, which is pommegranate. Not exactly a fearsome name.
 
2013-09-30 04:29:17 AM  
Was he standing in the back and said "Everyone attack!"?
 
2013-09-30 04:30:40 AM  
Jason Trouchet was charged with affray

That does not sound very motorcycle gangish to be honest.  More like something that happens during fashion week
 
2013-09-30 04:37:36 AM  
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pfft

// when will they learn
 
2013-09-30 04:41:43 AM  
 
2013-09-30 04:53:46 AM  

mutterfark: Was he standing in the back and said "Everyone attack!"?


And they fell into a ballroom blitz.
 
2013-09-30 05:06:05 AM  
Australia has the weird farking English dialect.
 
2013-09-30 05:06:41 AM  
-est
 
2013-09-30 05:10:32 AM  

FuzedBox: Australia has the weird farking English dialect.


Yeah, and they seem to give things that can kill you these warm and fuzzy nicknames.

Biker gangs = bikies
Saltwater crocodiles = salties
Freshwater crocodiles = freshies
 
2013-09-30 05:20:56 AM  
Bloody bikies.
 
2013-09-30 05:28:47 AM  
Do they call him the Nightrider?
 
2013-09-30 05:31:06 AM  
I say we let him go

NO!!!
 
2013-09-30 05:40:35 AM  

Hawnkee: Bloody bikies.


Ah fookin' 'ate bikies.
 
2013-09-30 05:45:22 AM  

bigpeeler: Bikies? They are bikers. BIKERS!


Are you really sure you want to be that guy who feels the need to correct foreigners correctly using their own dialect in their own country?
 
2013-09-30 05:49:02 AM  

zzrhardy: bigpeeler: Bikies? They are bikers. BIKERS!

Are you really sure you want to be that guy bloke who feels the need to correct foreigners correctly using their own dialect in their own country?


FTFY
 
2013-09-30 05:51:10 AM  
Everybody knows That the world is full of stupid people...
 
2013-09-30 05:55:26 AM  

doglover: fusillade762: Sgygus: Bandidos bikies sounds so bad-ass.

/like Twinkies

Or a walkie-talkie. If the guy who named that had named grenades they'd probably be "whammy-kablammies".

Grenade comes from the same word as grenadine, which is pommegranate. Not exactly a fearsome name.


Q: What's your point?

A: I know stuff.
 
2013-09-30 06:17:55 AM  

FuzedBox: Australia has the weird farking English dialect.


Mr Pot I would like to introduce you to Mr Kettle
 
2013-09-30 06:36:42 AM  

FuzedBox: Australia has the weird farking English dialect.


My room mate from CT thought "bikie" was the funniest term he'd ever heard. Said it reminded him of kids on tricycles.

It never occurred to me before.

www.mytricycle.com
// not a kid on a trike, I know
 
2013-09-30 07:01:20 AM  
WTF australia?
 
2013-09-30 07:01:34 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: FuzedBox: Australia has the weird farking English dialect.

Yeah, and they seem to give things that can kill you these warm and fuzzy nicknames.

Biker gangs = bikies
Saltwater crocodiles = salties
Freshwater crocodiles = freshies


in the uk freshies are recent immigrants = fresh off the boat.
slightly offensive, rarely seen

freshers are first year uni students, like freshmen i guiess, although we don't use it for high school
 
2013-09-30 07:08:11 AM  

GreatGlavinsGhost: First thing I thought of.


Me too. Came to post "I say we let him go."
 
2013-09-30 07:12:45 AM  
Aww, motorcyclists are even cuter in Australia than they are here.
 
2013-09-30 07:14:11 AM  
Is this kind of like the debate between "Trekkies" and "Trekkers"?
 
2013-09-30 07:22:04 AM  
Gang members? GANG MEMBERS???
These aren't "gang members". These are 'ooligans. They knock over post boxes. It's f**king Australia, FFS.
 
2013-09-30 07:23:08 AM  

Lady J: Danger Avoid Death: FuzedBox: Australia has the weird farking English dialect.

Yeah, and they seem to give things that can kill you these warm and fuzzy nicknames.

Biker gangs = bikies
Saltwater crocodiles = salties
Freshwater crocodiles = freshies

in the uk freshies are recent immigrants = fresh off the boat.
slightly offensive, rarely seen

freshers are first year uni students, like freshmen i guiess, although we don't use it for high school


Pakis is still OK, as are pommies, nappies and jammies?
 
2013-09-30 07:25:40 AM  

JohnCarter: Jason Trouchet was charged with affray

That does not sound very motorcycle gangish to be honest.  More like something that happens during fashion week


mention that downtown montreal
 
2013-09-30 07:27:55 AM  

jso2897: Gang members? GANG MEMBERS???
These aren't "gang members". These are 'ooligans. They knock over post boxes. It's f**king Australia, FFS.


They also hassle shopkeepers.
 
2013-09-30 07:30:36 AM  

Bslim: jso2897: Gang members? GANG MEMBERS???
These aren't "gang members". These are 'ooligans. They knock over post boxes. It's f**king Australia, FFS.

They also hassle shopkeepers.


do they smirk? and call you names like pops and daddio? do they need haircuts?
 
2013-09-30 07:49:24 AM  

Lady J: Bslim: jso2897: Gang members? GANG MEMBERS???
These aren't "gang members". These are 'ooligans. They knock over post boxes. It's f**king Australia, FFS.

They also hassle shopkeepers.

do they smirk? and call you names like pops and daddio? do they need haircuts?


I've heard that they walk through the classroom, cool and slow.
 
2013-09-30 08:04:26 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: mutterfark: Was he standing in the back and said "Everyone attack!"?

And they fell into a ballroom blitz.


They should have listened to the girl in the corner
 
2013-09-30 08:07:28 AM  

bigpeeler: Bikies? They are bikers. BIKERS!


In Australia, a biker is someone who rides a motorcycle but ISN'T a member of a bikie gang.  So saying that they are bikers in this context is just wrong.  Bikers have taken a long time to get the terminology correct and distinguish themselves from bikies.  Don't ruin it just because your country has a different set of colloquialisms!
 
2013-09-30 08:07:46 AM  
I read that as "THE thought police might be needed".

/good lord i've been on fark too long
 
2013-09-30 08:21:15 AM  
Sen-Const Wang said about 60 Bandidos bikies wearing gang colours entered the precinct 'intimidating members of the public by their sheer presence'.

So, these are the Bandidos Lewis Black was talking about? I'm guessing their gang colors are a rainbow?

/How can any gang expect to be taken seriously with such a cutesy kiddy name like "bikies"??
 
2013-09-30 09:06:54 AM  

Lachwen: Hawnkee: Bloody bikies.

Ah fookin' 'ate bikies.


Aye, b' do ya' like dags?
 
2013-09-30 09:11:24 AM  
Wait, I thought this was all legal like everything else in Australia?
 
2013-09-30 09:15:52 AM  
So, where is the part of the story explaining why Trouchet felt something terrible was really going to happen?  A large group of leather men usually doesn't mean certain violence without some prior part of the story.  I'll agree it won't take much, but it takes something.  Did he cut them off in traffic, laugh at their gang symbol or announced his own membership to PETA?

My uncle had reason to look over his shoulder for a while, he ran over a line of bikes with a lifted pickup.  However I think there is more to that story as well.
 
2013-09-30 09:35:48 AM  
Did someone say there's a fray?

www.fireflake.com
 
2013-09-30 09:39:09 AM  

lack of warmth: So, where is the part of the story explaining why Trouchet felt something terrible was really going to happen?  A large group of leather men usually doesn't mean certain violence without some prior part of the story.  I'll agree it won't take much, but it takes something.  Did he cut them off in traffic, laugh at their gang symbol or announced his own membership to PETA?

My uncle had reason to look over his shoulder for a while, he ran over a line of bikes with a lifted pickup.  However I think there is more to that story as well.


Was "Snowman" his CB handle?
 
2013-09-30 09:47:27 AM  

lack of warmth: So, where is the part of the story explaining why Trouchet felt something terrible was really going to happen?  A large group of leather men usually doesn't mean certain violence without some prior part of the story.  I'll agree it won't take much, but it takes something.  Did he cut them off in traffic, laugh at their gang symbol or announced his own membership to PETA?

My uncle had reason to look over his shoulder for a while, he ran over a line of bikes with a lifted pickup.  However I think there is more to that story as well.


RTFA. One of the bikies, Jacques Teamo, had a personal grudge with Trouchet, convinced three score of his fellow gang members that Trouchet was a member of a rival gang that had attacked another member's family, and they all stormed the restaurant as a lynch mob. Trouchet knew the other guy had threatened to get his buddies to kill him, and when he walked in with 20 other gang members and yelled, "This is it!" assumed they were there for him. Since Trouchet survived an attack by 60 gang members who were there to kill him (on false pretenses, but strangely enough being innocent doesn't make you immune to curb stomping), I'd say it worked out pretty well for him, even if he does go to jail.
 
2013-09-30 10:21:03 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: FuzedBox: Australia has the weird farking English dialect.

Yeah, and they seem to give things that can kill you these warm and fuzzy nicknames.

Biker gangs = bikies
Saltwater crocodiles = salties
Freshwater crocodiles = freshies


In their defense, crocodiles are the cuddliest animals on that God-forsaken rock.
 
2013-09-30 10:24:13 AM  

farkmedown: lack of warmth: So, where is the part of the story explaining why Trouchet felt something terrible was really going to happen?  A large group of leather men usually doesn't mean certain violence without some prior part of the story.  I'll agree it won't take much, but it takes something.  Did he cut them off in traffic, laugh at their gang symbol or announced his own membership to PETA?

My uncle had reason to look over his shoulder for a while, he ran over a line of bikes with a lifted pickup.  However I think there is more to that story as well.

Was "Snowman" his CB handle?


No, I don't know if my uncle ever owned a CB radio.  He did later go into teaching and farming.  My dad and his brothers were a big part of the bar fight scene back in the late 60's and early 70's.  The funny part of the story, my dad didn't know it was his older bro's truck and my dad was the guy who told the bikers about their bikes being ran over.  It wasn't till later when my dad found out who owned the truck and it was the first time my uncle took the truck for a thrill ride with a third bro.
 
2013-09-30 10:37:14 AM  

Day_Old_Dutchie: Everybody knows That the world is full of stupid people...


But I got the pistol so I get the pesos.
 
2013-09-30 10:53:20 AM  

lack of warmth: farkmedown: lack of warmth: So, where is the part of the story explaining why Trouchet felt something terrible was really going to happen?  A large group of leather men usually doesn't mean certain violence without some prior part of the story.  I'll agree it won't take much, but it takes something.  Did he cut them off in traffic, laugh at their gang symbol or announced his own membership to PETA?

My uncle had reason to look over his shoulder for a while, he ran over a line of bikes with a lifted pickup.  However I think there is more to that story as well.

Was "Snowman" his CB handle?

No, I don't know if my uncle ever owned a CB radio.  He did later go into teaching and farming.  My dad and his brothers were a big part of the bar fight scene back in the late 60's and early 70's.  The funny part of the story, my dad didn't know it was his older bro's truck and my dad was the guy who told the bikers about their bikes being ran over.  It wasn't till later when my dad found out who owned the truck and it was the first time my uncle took the truck for a thrill ride with a third bro.


gloomies.com
 
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