Hugh Wakefield of North Sydney writes: “To avoid a storm in Raleigh, North Carolina over the weekend, my family took refuge at a local coffee shop off the highway. It turned out to be a costly mistake. Three Land Down Under Vegemite sandwiches for $9.50 ($14.25) each. Ouch!” After reviewing the blackboard menu that Hugh kindly included, Grandma suddenly has a craving for the Purple Rain Blueberry BBQ Sandwich.
According to Jamberoo’s Jane Richardson, there is more than one possibility of the gavotte (C8): “All good music students know that the gavotte is the example of a piece of music in 4/4 time, counting 3-4-1-2. “Helps to remember the Australian financial year, which is much simpler than the weird one that starts April 6th, but far more often follows the 1-2-3-4 principle.”
“Anyone who knows my beautiful lady The soundtrack knows track one is on side two ascot gavotte,says Garry Donnelly of Repton.
As for other odd lyrics, Greystanes’ Alan Glockner was “surprised to hear Muswellbrook mentioned.” Black Friday by Steely Dan. You don’t expect a country town in New South Wales to be mentioned in a song about an investment scam.”
“Steve Miller put the made-up word ‘pompatus’ into his 1973 hit The joker But nothing is more silly than ‘girdled’ in the sense of ‘girded by the sea’, explains Peter Riley from Penrith. “It’s even more bizarre to watch footballers sing it just before they start hitting each other in the state of origin.”
Bob Phillips of Cabarita advises: “Before you hit eighty (C8), strive to create a family tree so that you can greet them appropriately when never-before-seen relatives come knocking on your door. As the sign above the bar at the Silverton Hotel near Broken Hill says, “Where there’s a will, there’s a relative.”
“Like Peter Miniutti, my sister (94) and I (83) would love to see our beloved Tigers win another game this year and win a Premier League soon,” says Maggie Heffernan from Coffs Harbour. “We were both overjoyed when they celebrated their first win of the year. The Tigers were a legend in our lives from a young age as we heard them on the radio and then saw them on TV. Go, dear Tigers!” Of course, if things got worse, Maggie could always change the code and look at the Coffs Coast Tigers’ form.
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