Good news! In less than three hours, Sydney will be washed away in a wave of biblical fury. It’s about damn time.
We’re all overworked and overwrought. However, the needle in the strawberry punnet is our way out. We just need to be lucky enough to find one.
To me, there’s only one Lord Byron. Except for that other arsehole named Byron, but I call him Brian.
The tearing down of a national icon, the birth of an international stereotype and a wave of hate battered the walls of #AusPol this week. But who won?
Dotty LaFou is here to solve your suburban squabbles. This week, she faces off with a marriage under serious danger from Fortnite.
The internet is reeling from the image of Theresa May dancing in South Africa. However, it’s what the British do best. They breed their politicians to be awkward.
Today, Julie Bishop went out with a bang, zinging the Coalition on the way to the exit. Which is all well and good, but where does she rate all-time?
A case of mistaken identity has seen Twitter harass a random dude called Peter Dutton. Fair play to the guy though, he seems to be a decent candidate. Other Dutton for PM?
We might laugh it off, but the humble emoji might well be the key to climbing over language barriers. In fact, a movement exists that looks to enable awareness on this front.
I’m going to be frank. The political nonsense at home and abroad has pushed me to this point. I’m entering a detox until election day.
Yesterday, I ran the City2Surf. For a city in love with itself (that hates itself), it’s the premier event to seek validation through very personal pain. Did I mention I ran the City2Surf?
You may not know it, but a separate nation exists within the borders of Australia. Lead by a man named Prince Graeme, the unrecognised principality is an island upon itself.
I have a morning ritual. Get up, look out the window. My cat has the same routine. For reasons unknown to either of us, I started documenting it.
Fake News, you are an odd fellow, but you steam a good ham. This week we attempt to find truth in the Queen’s wardrobe, the American penal system and a chemical warehouse in the Urals. Fun, fun.
Fake News. Why always you. This week we find out if there’s any truth to the Forrest Gump 2 trailer, if cars in Arizona actually melted and why Akon made himself a target for the CIA.
Trump’s nonsense since Helsinki has revealed an obvious truth. Vince McMahon is running the administration, and I know what’s coming next. Bah Gawd!
Every so often, we seek the peerless knowledge of Dotty LaFou. This week, she addresses the problem of in-laws stealing one’s wine.
We love to hate Nickelback. But why? This week, the insane minds of Sci-gasm delve into the culture of public opinion and the means scientists use to measure our collective hate.
Yes, France won the World Cup, but that’s only half the story. The captured nonsense that surrounded the event was substantially more layered.
Growing up adopted in a Jewish household, Deni Langman always felt different. One day she attempted to track down her scattered roots. This is her story.
Fake News. Why you always lying? This week, we fact-check Kurt Cobain’s Trump warning, the fake that sued the original and the origins of a rather toxic book.