If you had told me 20 years ago that the NSW Police Force would be producing funny images with witty captions, I’d tell ya that’s more likely than a business tycoon becoming President of the United States. Alas, both are a reality — but seriously, love them or hate them, the NSW po-po have been serving […]
The Internet is a plentiful garden, and all its nourishing fruits ready to be plucked from the vine. Fitspiration, sun salutations, Humans Of Wherever–anyone after some cheap, bite-sized guidance on how to lead a more fulfilling existence needn’t look far in this age of social media. But what good is a Ghandi quote for someone looking […]
Photo: Wesley Boyd There’s an age old adage which says “Jesus died for our tins,” and it seems the boys from Mad Bogan have certainly proven this to be true. Standing at over 4 meters high, Wes from Beechboro and his mates have constructed what might be the most Australian Christmas tree of all time. The […]
After the Brisbane leg of ‘House of Bacardi’ saw over 1000 punters descend upon the event – one that showed the alcohol giant truly were changemakers and luminaries in the nightlife scene – the rolling tour is just one day shy of taking over Melbourne. With a plan to spend their summer supporting those […]
Whenever someone whines about Brisbane being behind the times, I always think about our burgeoning nightlife scene. In the face of stringent laws, lockout policies and other things that old people think are a good idea, we’ve produced some world-class talent. On top of that, we’ve held some of the most epic parties in Australia […]
Depending on who you follow, Instagram can be a continuous loop of selfies and acai bowls, or a magical playground of creative fun. Accounts like Tony Futura and Tax Collection get us double tapping on the regular, but it would be criminal not to talk about the wonders of Trophy Wife Barbie. Having found her […]
With the invention of Tinder and other unworldly dating enablers, the realm of courtship has become more complex than ever. In truth, most modern relationships aren’t born over the formal sit-down dinner, but artist iIllustrator Julie Houts – a 29-year-old womenswear designer at J.Crew – has provided a hilarious, witty, somewhat relatable series of comics depicting modern dating.