An unwanted bedfellow, a trip up a river on a floating cocktail bar and a lame attempt to be bad blackened the eye of #AusPol this week. But who won?
An adult movie no-one wants, a terrible 90s reference, and many many falls from grace stain the glass windows of AusPol this week. Who won? Who cares.
A sad sad week. We lost Sean Spicer from the White House, another Greens Senator from the Senate and one Canadian fisherman farewelled his innocence, to a roving pack of randy seals.
Judge Judy fantasies, inadvertent self-flagellation and a footrace to the bottom. Winners, all. However, in the harsh game of #AusPol, who secured their Internet legacy?
Monday. Think of it this way: soon you’ll be dead, and there’ll be no more morning angst. Solved! Macron. Trump. The Soviet Union. Yes, them again.
Happy morning after Brexit! Yes, that’s regret you taste, chums. What else happened while you were asleep? Well, a questionable portrait was hung, and Sean Spicer crashed through the floor.
Sunday. The shortest day of the week – and what a week it was – with pettiness ruling, as Sean Spicer got nasty, and Peter Dutton outdid him, before McDonald’s cooked them both.
Blergh. Morning. What happened while you were asleep? Well, the world’s Sperm is drying up, Malcolm Roberts tried out a new career and Sean Spicer surreptitiously bested the press gallery.
A baby boomer discovered memes, the English Empire returned and an intern printed some paper. What a week it was in #AusPol. So, who won?
Oh, the week it was. We found out that Trumble is sleeping on the couch, AusPol kicked back into its petty stride and Fox Sports fought a bloke who televised a fight.
It wouldn’t be remiss to call it a new low. The same day our PM was called “Trumble”, we discovered that we should “Tuck Frump”. Dearie doo.
According to Press Secretary Sean Spicer, the Australia/US refugee ban has not been cleared with the boss. Bad Igor!
Good morning, class. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Assange packed his bags, Ewan McGregor chose life (over Piers Morgan) and Trump “didn’t” call for an investigation into the process that made him President (good call).