Occasional pokes at politicians, lots of mentions for good chums and family, more fun than seriousness and tinctures for all...
Hahaha. Don't believe word of it. However, on the off chance it is genuine, I should be most grateful if you would please press the appropriate button to complain about the appalling standards of literacy among the staff. Thank you.This is a messege from a conserned pairunt.[There was something similar a while back attributed to the lovely Welsh Julie effectively telling immigrants to return whence they came].
I'd like to think it is genuine, but Oz is sooo PC these days, it makes us look like an episode of Ashes to Ashes.
It really did happen. It's been about for a while. Excellent ! And interesting to know that they have similar problems to us.
It's true Reevers!And waht's illliterasee...
I thought Julia Gillard was doing the right thing Lils?Now I want to get another peek at the Lovefilm site, because I'd like to see Ashes to Ashes again...Perhaps I might get a chance if we actually get a subscription first!
Elecs, there was a good bit on the wireless yesterday, with a headmistress who talked sense about it all! (round about haircut time - 12.05)Makes a change on the BBC, but this time they had to listen to someone who really did know the facts!
Scrobs, Today's fact: illliterasee... is an Austrian lake with a name nobody can spell right.
I reckon it's the very lake they show in the background to the final scene of 'The Sound of Music"!
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