Sewers Still Exist

Alright, so we still have sewers. Also, telephone poles. I know! Who even knew we still had those things?? I just kinda assumed that people had found ways to get rid of them for good, thus accelerating mankind into a new and glorious age, but they’re still here. the sewer thing was reasonable enough, because …

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My Big Break

Wow, gosh. The Hair-Olympics, and I’m on the team. Me! One moment I’m walking past the windows of the hair salons open in David Jones, wishing I could one day be so skilled that I get a job cutting hair in the CBD. Such a prominent position, but probably not one for me. Always thought …

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Kitchen Makes Home

Looks like Sandrine’s scarred for life again. We all told her, straight up in our first meeting, that she shouldn’t be back at work. It might have come across as being brutally honest, but it needed to be said. Last time we saw her she was having a nervous breakdown and saying that our competitors …

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Melbourne Loves Boats

I’ve been thinking about boating a lot lately. I know that seems like a random thing to have on my mind but I’ve always been fond of the water. If you need outboard motor repairs, Melbourne area locals, then you’re in the right place for that sort of thing. I only just moved here from up north …

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Groove Cave

I’m stoked to announce that the small bar project that Randy, Mel, Billy and I started over a year ago is almost ready to go! When I say almost, I mean there’s still at least a couple of months of work to knock over, but we’ve finally arrived at the fun bit: interior decor. Time …

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Windows and Doors

Windows…we have no need of them here. Back in Urusai Castle, we had no windows, only stone openings that were impenetrable. Of course, we had no doors either, not in the western sense. Much has changed since we moved here, despite our efforts to transform this space into the glorious headquarters we once had. As …

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You Better Scoot

Bah, and here’s me choosing the way of the beast as my wizard path. How could I not have seen this coming? Truth be told, being banished to the mortal realm is pretty new and hip as punishments go. Ever since Mr Rickets Barney discovered the portal, it’s become the king’s favourite method of punishing …

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Spreading Auto Repairs

I do love a good festival. Just celebrating other cultures, right here in the country of immigrants…feels so right. I’m sitting in the café right now watching it all happen in the square: the Festival of Light. Honestly, you haven’t lived until you’ve seen twenty people doing a ribbon dance in perfect sync, except their …

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The Boat Matters

Ugh, so streaming service Neat-Flicks just HAD to go and make their own version of Dark Boat, and set it in Japan instead of the original Australia. “We just thought that the story would be more profound and reflect the cultural norms better in the place where it was originally conceived.” Well, they were wrong, …

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Worse Job, Better Garden

The popular online game ‘Over-Botch’ is supposed to be for jobs, but honestly, I’m more interested in the home option. Which is weird, yeah, I have a job on there as an assistant mechanic, and it doesn’t pay all that way, sure. I don’t actually enjoy it that much. My boss is a jerk, and …

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