Graham Chook, Pleasure Cooksey, Graeme Finn, Mike Phillips, David Gordon, Bernie Carberry, Lance Dover, Rosemary O’Brien, Shane Nunan

As a youngster studying related prayers (C8) in Latin, Bernie Carberry of Connells Level remembers that “the repetitive ‘mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa’ was proclaimed to me by my father as ‘I’m a cowboy, I’m a cowboy, I’m a Mexican cowboy’.”

Having grown up in Wetherill Park, David Fenech of Turramurra admits he doesn’t have a track or a film concerning the suburb (C8) he grew up in, however he “discovered in his 30s that the nickname for it was ‘The place-The-Hell-Park’. I used to be impressed and offended on the similar time.”

Rising up in England within the 1930s Mike Phillips of Yaroomba (Qld) “beloved a violin piece that was usually performed on the wi-fi that I believed was known as Horace the Carter. It was a few years earlier than I found the true title of this pleasant music. Col 8ers, any concepts?”

Common contributor to the Herald’s letters pages, Rosemary O’Brien of Ashfield affords a correction. “Because the delivery mom of Jobson, I need to advise, if just for his footballing father, Jobson’s second identify is Grothe (C8).”

Shane Nunan of Finley is of the opinion that “Jobson Grothe (C8) has been made redundant and changed in NSW by Healthen Jobs.”