Archive for 2014

Bottled Bogan

Filed in Archive, Blog by on May 1, 2014 0 Comments
Bottled Bogan

Imagine wandering around inner Sydney, looking for something to drink. Not hard. You find yourself in a random pub’s bottle shop and come across a bottle of wine called The Bogan. You think this could be cheap, quaffing wine. Better buy it. Then you’re shocked to find it costs over $50. More than three times your […]

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The Lactose Intolerant Should Look Away Now

Filed in Archive, Blog by on April 14, 2014 0 Comments
The Lactose Intolerant Should Look Away Now

If you are lactose intolerant, please ignore this 3.4 kilogram milk chocolate Easter egg. For everyone else, try picturing this giant egg on Easter Sunday being pitched around a large circle of friends and family, while trying not to break it. It’s amazing how long this can go on for, but of course no-one is […]

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Bruce’s Rock Triangle

Filed in Archive, Blog by on February 17, 2014 1 Comment
Bruce’s Rock Triangle

Bruce Springsteen performed one of his legendary four-hour concerts in Melbourne on Sunday 16 February. Tens of thousands of satisfied fans took home all the usual things: more Bruce stories to add to their collections, smartphone videos to post on YouTube, a new appreciation of Born To Run, and ringing ears. I certainly did. Plus […]

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