Category Archives: worst language

More dangling

Its to be expected some PR operatives are a bit confused: but a sub-editor at Teh West?  What a right Charlie!

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Outrage 187 Fringe binge

I got a bit emotional after my ninth gin & tonic ($10 each) on Friday night. Fringe all gone. After Sculpture by the Sea, it’s back to hearing footy commentary from passing cars for, like, what seems foreva. Mind you, … Continue reading

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jubilee twist

Diamond? Golden? It’s Krazy Kym’s 12th wedding anniversary next month, so the pressure is on. The Hallmark people say traditional gifts are silk or linen, while modern gifts are pearls. Yikes! They both sound at least $20,000.

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Christmas trim shop

TWOP’s resident rainmaker Bento – for it is he – is on fire this week. Spotting the first mention of the year of the Xmas spectre is ace, but identifying the fuddled meaning of the sign is the orange twist … Continue reading

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hole in bush

The West offline and on. It sounds arty. Was it before the dawn, running up that hill?

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Kalamunda bites back

Kala heavyweights have responded with cliches from both barrels to TLA’s savage attack 12 days ago. The Midland-Kalamunda Reporter’s Joel Kelly (whom my sources say lives in Parkerville) coaxed quotes from council CEO Rhonda Hardy about the TWOP outrage. “Beauty … Continue reading

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Outrage Sunday 158 the wrong priorities

Back in Kalamunda already! This outstanding letter in The Echo this weekend. Is this the finest example of Godwin’s Law ever? N. Holborow needs to get down the hill, into Midland: elephant steaks and salad could supplement those baked beans. … Continue reading

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