After the Supreme Court’s ruling to legalise gay marriage in the US, JKL interviews those who are going the other way; to Australia.
Jordan King Lacroix informs us Aussies being urged to channel bury head in sand over climate change.
TBS loves a good lip sync performance, mostly because it’s the only kind of performance that we’re actually good at…so here are our Top 5 favourite lip syncs of all time…
Auntie Ashleigh is a fairly private kinda lady, but is she worried about the data retention laws and her privacy? Check out her response to a concerned letter from Arty B.
The criticism over Ricky Gervais and Optus in the Netflix Australian release promo has Tom Jacobs…confused…isn’t the joke obvious? (READ: he can’t believe anyone could be so dumb and not get it FFS)
For immediate release: Jordan King Lacroix reports on recently revealed plans Aus military to weaponise Bill Shorten’s boringness as WMD (Weapon of Mass Disinterest).
In her day, Aunty Ashleigh experienced something akin to “marriage problems”, and tries to offer some old school wisdom (despite her son Charlie yelling in her ear) to TBS reader KitchyKoo.
TBS Agony Aunt, Aunty Ashleigh, offers J some maternal wisdom on men, women and friendship…if only men, and sometimes women, could just resist some of their…ahem…urges..
It’s fine to prioritise motherhood, and further discussion around parental leave is vital, but Tanya Riches asks, “What is it about humans that makes us want it all, at once, all the time?”
To Elise Bottle, Ace Attorney is proof that video games make the perfect medium to comment on important societal issues…the only question is, will society heed their messages?
Like a much-loved character of comedy-old (OK PB is showing his age), PM Tony Abbott is “tired tired tired” of the UN and, according to Jordan King Lacroix, just about everything…
There is power in pee, apparently, and Katherine Quinn has gone to some lengths to start spreading the…um…news…
This week, TBS Agony Aunty Ashleigh assists fellow TBS regular Rainer the Cabbie with some career advice that’s (wait for it…) out of this world (sorry).
Unimpressed with the decision to allow monkeys into Australia to film some pirate movie, in the interests of animal welfare, Katherine Quinn pushes for the use of CGI instead of live animals.
In the wake of Bangladeshi atheist blogger Avjit Roy being hacked to death by Islamist extremists, following up his piece on atheism from last week Ash Imani has more questions than answers
Jordan King Lacroix says forget metadata…as our lives are entirely documented online these days, why don’t we just start submitting ALL of our data to the government?
Today, in a new regular Tuesday column, we welcome to the TBS fold Aunty Ashleigh, our new agony aunt, so prepare to pour your hearts out – she is all ears…
Jordan King Lacroix updates us on the PM’s decision to introduce Fair Dinkum Awards for being “Struth,” scrapping Knighthoods for Matehoods, in a bid to stay less relevant than ever.
The hue and cry from various commentators about representation of the female pubic region indicates to Mike Welsh that the vagina is permanently out of the box.
Mike Welsh provides the male (spit)take on 50 Shades Of Grey…of course, he hasn’t actually seen it (sure, Mike), but he reckons that if looks, smells and sounds like porn like FSG does, then FFS…call it PORN!
Following up last week’s Nutella article, Xavier Toby marks the passing of Michele Ferrero, the genius behind the much-loved chocolatey-nutty spread of the masses.