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Yes We Canberra!

0 comments Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The Chaser's new television program 'Yes We Canberra' starts tonight on ABC1 at 9.45pm.

You should all definitely watch it, I went to the studio record last night and it was wonderfully hilarious.

Here's a sneak peak of the show featuring the JULIE BISHOP DEATH STARE!

and, the ANGRY KEVIN.

So yes, make sure you all tune in tonight, ABC1 - 9.45pm :) 

ps, ABC News 24 ♥

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alexa chung ♥

2 comments Monday, July 26, 2010
Here's some outtakes from an Alexa Chung photoshoot.
I thought they were nice :)

photos via the fashion spot
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second best to clogs.

2 comments Tuesday, July 20, 2010
I'd really like these shoes right now please, preferably in black.

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tumultuous travelling.

3 comments Sunday, July 11, 2010

I've just returned from overseas, not only with a delightful illness but with a selection of questions and queries floating around my mind. Questions and queries that concern the common traveller.

1. Why is it that as soon as the seatbelt light on the airplane is switched off after landing, everyone flings their seatbelts off and launches themselves out of their seats? They then stand in the aisle for at least 10 minutes before the doors are opened. I'm really thinking that there must be some sort of competition 'Let's see which psychotic can get in the aisle the quickest'. These lunatics just need to calm down.

2. Why do people insist on crowding around the baggage carousel like retarded seagulls? Sure, they might get their luggage before anyone else but if their bags aren't the first out (which 99% of the time they're not) they block the other 400 people from getting their bags. Is it really that difficult to stand back and then approach the carousel when your bags appear? Fuck.

3. Why, when in certain countries, do people feel the absolute need to bargain prices down? It happened while I was in China (and also when I've been to Bali and Fiji in the past), is it really necessary? Sure, sometimes you might find something really overpriced and in that instance bargaining is fine. I think it's ridiculous when people bargain prices down when they're probably saving $1.50. That $1.50 to us isn't any extreme amount of money but to the person who owns the market stall the money they just got ripped off is probably a lot to them.

If anyone has answers to these questions, please let me know x
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Farewell........... for just over a week.

1 comments Thursday, July 1, 2010
Hello lovelies!

Just thought I'd inform you all that I'm heading off to China tomorrow. I'm only gone for about 10 days but seeing as how the internet is ridiculously, ridiculously censored in China, I won't be able to read any of your wonderful blogs. I can't even get onto Facebook, Twitter or Hotmail- how will I survive?! 

I swear, if any major political/social changes occur in Australia while I'm overseas- I am going to throw a bowl of rice at someone.

I'm abnormally uncoordinated so this will be me in China:

Take care everyone, and I'll see you all soon :) x
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