Special Sub-Topic: Roy and HG
|What does HG Nelson pronounce on the front of 'H' when pronouncing that letter, that most non-Australians do not?|
H. This, apparently, can be traced back to the Irish nuns who often taught in Catholic schools in colonial Australia and is nothing to be ashamed about.
|Which racehorse was once described, by the Nissan Cedrics no less, as 'The arsy, classy, Mr Darcy'?|
Rooting King. Even before he was put out to stud, this stallion knew how it was done.
|Which of the following Sydney cabaret and gambling venues is favoured by Roy Slaven of a Saturday night?|
The Petersham Returned and Services League. RSLs and Leagues clubs were an essential part of Sydney's lack of discernible culture in the second half of the Twentieth Century.
|As part of a meat tray, Roy and HG once awarded a fish. What was unusual about this fish?|
It was jammed into a wave formed of meat. A highlight of the Club Buggery years!
|What do the Lithgow Shamrocks do?|
Play rugby league. Rugby league is a football game played in the Sydney area.
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