Outrage Sunday 230 delicasey

Spelling standards aren’t too flash in the Golden Triangle, frets Pete F. 20151231_091501
That dish-gambler Bento went back to his favourite Bayswater fence. I love it. No problems here with the 50 per cent permeable requirement. IMG_8338
Our NYE was fabulous, thanks for asking. We paused at Cottesloe to marvel at the friendly welcome, then chuffed off to boadering Swanbourne, where there were no problems drinking our Veuve and Pol Gessner as the skittish sun sank below the cunac-roiling sea. IMG_2012

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23 Responses to Outrage Sunday 230 delicasey

  1. orbea says:

    I am trying to riff around ‘delicaseychambers’ but all I get is imagery of sopresso.

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  2. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Blesed are the chesemakers.

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  3. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    “No problems here with the 50 per cent permeable requirement.”

    Garden is waterwise too.

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  4. Sir Bill International says:

    Ze Franch , she is a difficile language , non ? The copy writer here has tried hard with many variations of fromage, fromagerie and fromager. I think the petite fromage is actually called Clarines des Perrin. A fromage made out of fromagerie might not be so good.
    http://www.aoap.com.au/content_common/pr-cheese-portion-control_clarines-perrin.seo
    No boadening of your wine palate with cheese also, as that is out of fashion.

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  5. Zuben says:

    Well done Pete F for finding an example of luxe copywriting published without a single error – free line of text ! Spelling , syntax , sentence structure , grammar, punctuation , even foreign language usage is ubiquitously faulty ! Le posh sans frontieres ! Boom !

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  6. Zuben says:

    Still , the fabufactor — no matter how inadvertent — of the boatshed cannot be denied !

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