Secret Piss Business

Jordache saw this in The Sunday Times. She sez…

I just finished reading an article in STM (why I torment myself this way is another subject entirely) about the “forgotten children” of Australia who were taken from their parents and put into orphanges. This particular article revolves around two children who were taken away from their mother as a result of her being an alcoholic. So, with this in mind, you can understand my total jaw dropping shock at seeing an advertisement FOR WINE right in the middle of the article. Not only that, but the wine’s tag line is “Where Secret’s Live” and throughout the article this poor woman is describing how she has lived WITH THIS TERRIBLE SECRET her whole life. Is this a joke? It has to be a joke right?

Not the first time New Zealand wine has been featured. Is that a greenstone niple ring?

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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9 Responses to Secret Piss Business

  1. shazza says:

    I read article, and had same reaction. Astounding!

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  2. Kat Black says:

    My guess is that they’ve done away with the human beings that decide layout and this ad was generated as a perfect match for the article based on keywords. Like some of the stellar matches you get with Google AdWords.

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  3. cookster says:

    Do you think they were Kiwi nuns on the piss? Is that where all this trouble started? Too many nuns dragging chully buns full of puss behind them?…

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