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Why a female Dr Who would definitely work
31 January, 2015
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Why a female Dr Who would definitely work

Recently the 5th doctor, Peter Davison (who by-the-by was probably my favourite as a kid, though Tom Baker will always have a special place in my heart too) made some comments about whether there should be a woman Doctor Who (or rather, a Doctor Who who happens to be a woman).

Hoisting them puppies
26 January, 2015
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Hoisting them puppies

I have big boobs. This is not me skiting, it’s simply a fact. I’d prefer that they were smaller, truth be told, but after years of wishing them other than they are I am now at peace with my buxom status.

26 January, 2015
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You’ve heard of tape worm? Well, this is tape p*nis.

  Is tape the new tagging? Is this what the kids are into nowdays?

Christchurch is Pawnee…again
26 January, 2015
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Christchurch is Pawnee…again

A couple of years ago, Christchurch pop culture enthusiast (among other things), James Dann, noticed that the TV show Parks and Recreation was using a map of little old Christchurch as a stand in for Pawnee.

23 January, 2015
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I somehow got invited to a NZ cricket press conference

Twitter is marvellous for a number of reasons not the least of which is that sometimes you get invited to events happening in your town if you happen to follow people who are involved with said events. This is how I (and the fiancé, and the baby) ended up being invited to a press conference […]

23 January, 2015
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The spurious science of baby: Centripetal force

This was a drawing I meant to include in my original Spurious science of baby post but forgot about for some reason. So I thought I might draw it anyway. There really is no parental joy like that of being bludgeoned on a daily basis by a supposed “helpless” infant.

Where for art thou, Easterly?
19 January, 2015
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Where for art thou, Easterly?

It is too hot for me to be writing this. It is too hot to be doing anything other than sitting under a garden sprinkler eating an iceblock. This is not a problem you often have in Christchurch where many a BBQ or picnic has been rendered chilly by an easterly wind.

Hollywood Awkward Wars
17 January, 2015
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Hollywood Awkward Wars

Unfounded Theory. In recent years Zach Galifianikis has ruled as the king of Bearded Awkward whereas Michael Cera holds the crown for Skinny Awkward.

We’re not buying
15 January, 2015
1375 Views

We’re not buying

Plagued by door-knocking insurance salespeople? Fed up with Avon calling? Those lovely folk at the Consumer NZ have the solution.

Mother knows best
14 January, 2015
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Mother knows best

Mothers. All knowing bestowers of wisdom. As children we expect them to be the font of all knowledge. How glad I am that unlike previous generations I have the Internet at my disposal. For eventually The Master will get old enough to ask curly questions like “why is the sky blue?“, “why do cats purr?” […]

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