Tony Hunt’s approval of the two-button suit (C8) revealed deeper difficulties. Anne Robin of St. Ives says that after watching the swearing-in ceremony of the new government, “I was distracted by all the men and women who found it difficult to fasten their coats. Their hustle and bustle took so long. Some missed completely, and some didn’t even try. Please come up with a coat in which a person can sit buttoned.
“After Sunday’s election in the news bulletin, I heard a journalist call someone’s political life ‘dead, buried and cremated,’ perhaps echoing Tony Abbott’s comment in 2016,” said Alan Gibson of Cheribrook. “The question arises, why hide the body and then cremate?”
Deirdre Mancil of Chatswood writes: “Working in the 1950s at The Home Talkie Company, a 16-mm film library, I made every effort to deliver several films to a client in Innysfale, Queensland. Imagine my surprise when a grateful customer sent to the rail a box of fruit full of fresh pineapples (C8). I don’t think they still had their tops, but they were delicious. “
Who knew there were so many exotic fruit threads? Like this one from Stafford Loader of Avalon Beach: “When I was in London in the 1960s, I went to Fortnum & Masons because I was told they had manga, and while I stood there trying to decide whether to buy a mango wrapped in gold, 10 shillings or in a silver wrapper for 7 shillings, I realized I was surrounded by about four chapters because they thought I was going to steal one! Their attitude changed when I bought a dear one. ”
George Zhivkovich of Northmead notes: “The negligent ALBO sign may be available (C8), but someone is already driving with a DOZER adorned with their car. LOSER is apparently also unavailable, but both UNSCOT and NONLIB are still available for capture. ” And sorry, John Kratoville of Randwick, the C8, seems to be taken too.
“Nowadays, one could forgive the idea that ‘CU Anon’ (C8) was another conspiracy theory of MAGA,” said Richard Murnain of Hornsby.
“I conducted a trivia quiz that asked ‘Convert 51, 6 and 500 to Roman numerals.’ Man, I was JERIM, ”says Murray Hutton of Mount Cole. “However, I calmed down when I tried to ask the following question: ‘Convert 101, 5 and 99 to Roman numerals,’ which made me more CITIZENS.”
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