Richarer

And don’t forget vibranterar. By Dave P. richarer

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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14 Responses to Richarer

  1. Rong1 says:

    And that’s why I use a Spell Checkarer!

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  2. you'll get wet says:

    Sparvell’s story says

    ‘Brainpower was up, with the report finding that more than 40 per cent of WA’s overseas-born population of 591,000 had a Bachelor degree or higher.’

    That’s settled then. Australian born are idiots.

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    • NF#1 says:

      The only way most (or at least 40%) of our overseas-born population are allowed to reside in The Lucky Country is by having a degree or some kind of professional qualification. Then they’re often forced to work all sorts of hours without penalty rates or overtime arrangements, etc., until gaining permanent residency. I can’t be bothered reading all of Monsieur Sparvell’s puff-piece, yet I’m confident that it grapples with all the important relevant issues.

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  3. Sir Bill International says:

    http://tinyurl.com/MuchoBiggerer
    A contusion of maxtreme comboblifiication experientials.
    http://www.publicrelations.com.au/RaySparvell.asp
    and as NF#1 says , ” we’re all the richarer for it”.

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  4. Orbea says:

    Where is RicharerBL?

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  5. you'll get wet says:

    Sparvell’s certainly a Master’s Apprentice to watch out for but Murray’s still the Sultan of Shite. Quality vomit will always rise, as his latest opening paragraph shows.
    ‘It’s a fair bet that very few West Australians watched the televised coverage of Lee Kuan Yew’s state funeral service last Sunday.’ Yep. The Voortrecker of column inches was the only person in Perth who snuggled up on the sofa with a carton of tinnies and a box of tissues to reminisce on the Thousand and One Bugis Street Nights and vintage Datuk PT Singam rants. Today’s offering was going to be titled ‘Lee Kuan Yew after Lee Kuan Yew’ but the sub editor overruled him. Pity. So what message does Tones take from the Poet in Autumn’s latest offering? Well, hard to say, it works on so many levels, even more if you rotate it. Sparvell has much to learn.

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