Hot Play

I remember the days when I would go down and play Phoenix or Galaxians for hours or heat my hand up on the stove.  Just one more before we leave the worst of New Zealand.


About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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15 Responses to Hot Play

  1. poor lisa says:

    Gen X’s attention span is so short we can’t cook 2-minute noodles without electronic entertainment close to hand.

    That could only be a backpackers right?


  2. No, it’s the home of the lamb burger.


  3. Grrr says:

    Maybe it’s like the NZ version of “Knifey-Spoony”?


  4. js says:

    gen x use microwaves to cook 2 minute noodles, the electric stove is way too slow.


  5. Bento says:

    Gen X still eat 2 minute noodles? Aren’t Gen Xers all in their mid-30s by now? That’s serious dedication to slackerdom, if it’s true.


  6. Cookster says:

    That’s called the economic recession game – you stick your head in and turn on the gas. Stupid Kiwis couldn’t even get that right…


  7. poor lisa says:

    For a few years gen x had well paying jobs and lived the high life, eating bentos and udon noodles and such. Then we procreated and it’s back to the 2 minute noodles but nowhere near as fun.


  8. I insist on 5 minute noodles now.


  9. Groucho says:

    It’s a bloody cigarette lighter…not a stove!!!!


  10. forkboy says:

    The one arm bandit
    a game playing miss spent youth
    Let the pot boil dry


  11. Golden1 says:

    I notice that there is no padlock on the stove. Maybe it is free to play.


  12. Bento says:

    I always found lighting ciggies off an electric stove made the forehead uncomfortably warm.


  13. Snuff says:

    Where have you hidden the knives, TLA ?


  14. js says:

    possibly i was referring to the i-gen. as a baby boomer i really can’t be arsed working out the difference of course.


  15. poor lisa says:

    Yeh that’s i-gen. The difference is oh only about 20 years, we would be their parents if we weren’t too slack to have babies till we were 35.


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