Enjoy the view of the opposite canal

Peter Ridgwood of Leichhardt remembers well “enjoying a delicious meal at Fork and View (C8) in the Blue Mountains many years ago.” Apparently on a clear day it was possible to see the distant channel from which the both Ronnies always spoke.”

Mona Vale’s Matthew Wilson enjoyed “learning a new Australian character while attending a talk at the Sydney Writers’ Festival with Julia Gillard. Every time Tony Abbott was mentioned, the undersigned put her hands behind her ears.”

While it’s not quite Tina Turner, news of her death reminded Bob Ambrose of Narooma “when he saw Grahame Bond’s Aunty Jack band perform at the Hordern Pavilion during the Easter Show.” Her backing singers were Ike and Tina Fitter and Turner Reviews.”

If savvy George Manojlovic wants to cash in on the calendar market, Braddon’s (ACT) Michael Sparks suggests he “buy these discounted calendars and sell them for reuse in 2034 and 2045 when the dates match the days of the week.” again. All he needs is a label printer or a good texta to change the year.”

While catching up on missing Column 8 for a few days, Chris Lockley from Alstonville noticed the mention of the alleged Canadian fork and knife variant (C8). “My Australian-Canadian wife, who has lived in the most French parts of the country as well as the very British town named after Queen Victoria, claims to have never heard of anything other than the standard knife and fork. Of course, being Canadian, she and Joy Paterson will politely agree to a disagreement. After all, it’s not ice hockey.”

According to Port Hacking’s Viv Mackenzie, the real cutlery debate (C8) “is actually the layout of the kitchen drawer. Is it knife, fork and spoon from the right or vice versa?”

Neutral Bay’s Philip Maloney recalls that “many motorcyclists who loved their Triumphs very much would often refer to Lucas (C8) as the ‘Prince of Darkness’.” The full rhyme, according to Sydney’s Denis Williams, was “Jack Lucas – Prince of Darkness”. . There is nothing quite like driving in the country at night and then turning off your headlights and ignition without warning.”

Brookvale’s Steve Cornelius doubts diaspora (C8) is another word for community. “I was born and raised in Newcastle upon Tyne and therefore belong to the Geordiaspora. We’re the polar opposite of community because, by definition, we’re scattered around the world.”


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