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Public Address - ONE NIGHT ONLY! Really F*lthy C-Words

Public Address 13 August 2013 - ONE NIGHT ONLY! Really F*lthy C-Words

The business end
38 minutes ago in Field Theory by Hadyn Green
The results from the second round are in and there's been a few upsets. By upsets I mean that I am upset that people don't agree with me, but I'll get over it. Super Rugby: The Stormers came off their…

ONE NIGHT ONLY! Really Filthy C-Words
About 11 hours ago in Muse by Craig Ranapia
It's almost like a dirty joke. A librarian, a cartoonist and a blogger walked into an art gallery and started talking about really f*lthy c-words… If you're in Auckland tonight (Tuesday, August 13), and at a loose end from 6.00-8.00…

My Life As a Palm Tree
A day ago in Southerly by David Haywood
Other people's two-year-olds seem very quiet in comparison to my own. A friend's two-year-old recently told me that "tidying" was one of his favourite occupations (I checked with his parents: it was true). A playground mother amazed me with the…


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