Moviegoers just had to join in

The recent symposium on cinema confections (C8) resulted in too many Jaffa sagas to list fully, but the symposium offered by Mike Fogarty of Weston (ACT) points to an early example of interactive cinema: “In the 1950’s romantic scenes developed were greeted with encouraging cheers of young horrors. One of us then dropped a Jaffa on the linoleum floor and it slowly picked up speed, rolling from one step to the next—knock, knock, knock. Then more were released until the pounding drowned out the soundtrack and the entire audience was thrown into hysteria. Embarrassed newlyweds then resumed their pashing practice.”

“Like Glenys Quirk, we love our Throaties (C8) and know they’re hard to find,” says Judy Copleston from Westleigh. “Try a gas station, but the easiest way is to order a lot online from Pharmacy Direct. ”

“#Team Throaties vs. #Team Irish Moss?” suggests Double Bay’s Judy Klein. Cherrybrook’s Allan Gibson is also a fan of the latter, asking, “Why is there an ongoing shortage?”

Lugarno’s Col Burns adds: “We must have had the same Ephesus (C8) leader Bob Phillips. When I asked him who held the latrine course record for hole XXXVI, he replied without hesitation that “the coveted Brown Jacket was last held by Incontinentia Buttocks, who narrowly defeated Gregorius Normanus when, unusually, he failed to choke on hole XVIII .”

Bob was actually in touch with a revision of the story: “My wife, Bronwen, reminded me that an American lady was standing by and asking the group in a loud voice, ‘Does anyone know why the Romans built so many ruins?’ ?’”

“Thank you Grandma, you made my day and Uncle Pete (C8) a great day,” says Andrew Mowat of Beecroft. “He saw my letter today and called. Best of all, he was overjoyed to have his name mentioned as well. All are happy.”

We know this because we also received a message from a certain Peter McNair from Newcastle, who writes: ‘As Uncle Pete in Andrew Mowat’s ‘Name in Print’ play, I have did contact him I read that herald for over 70 years and this is my first mention in column 8 since 1953 when I played the recorder “Snake Charming” on the Bondi tram on my way to school. I had given up reading column 8 as it was too much boomer territory.”

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