Sunday, July 19, 2009

Stuff Canberrans like

Farmers’ markets
“If you release a white person into a random Saturday morning they will return to you with a reusable bag full of fruits and vegetables’’.
Christian Lander.

Sharks in the lake

Canberrans eat shark from the lake. It forms a central part of their diet, yet it appears Canberra's underbelly also provides adequate fodder for sharks. And so the circle of life continues.

Your breachiness can be seen from space

All those who now disobey the status quo receive a BREACH...
1. the act or a result of breaking; break or rupture.

2. an infraction or violation, as of a law, trust, faith, or promise.

3. a gap made in a wall, fortification, line of soldiers, etc.; rift; fissure.

4. a severance of friendly relations.

Primordial Soup

Strange things emerge from the primordial soup that forms the centre of Canberra. Here is a tigon, a tiger and a lion BOTH AT THE SAME TIME.

Bring Back the Biff

Many Canberrans decide to intimidate those in power through rallies and protests.

Army of Servants

To deal with a new crisis, public servants reveal their true form and produce many arms to sort out the paperwork.


A new planet has been discovered, hovering above the 'berra like a bubble.
Or is it mocking us? We must establish a taskforce and find out. Stay tuned for the next 6 months.