Kookaburras: the most self-satisfied of all birds.
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Patric gave the middle finger to, like, ten different security cameras today. (by Giorgio Quattrone)
Ann knows her daughter was lying when she said she needed money for the rent, but it doesn’t matter; she’s proud to support her pride and joy anyway. She knows you’d do the same for your child.(by Mike Lawrence)
Marcie just convinced her mother to pay her rent for a few months because she was ‘having trouble in the difficult economy’. She’s so proud that she got away with it. (by Avia55)
“American Idol?” asks Jon, looking up from his phone in the middle of an in-depth, enthusiastic discussion of American Idol between his friends. “I never watch that crap.” (by Mike Lawrence)
Maria’s aura is positively glowing today. Or glowing positively. She’s not sure which, but she does know that you can sense it subconsciously. (by Richard Taylor)
Ian’s insipid message about climate change just got retweeted by a celebrity. He’s sure that fame and fortune will soon follow. (by Eric Kilby)
Four different girls in four different nights. Lucas is thinking about writing to a lads’ magazine to see if they’ll jokingly name him Man of the Year. (by Robyn Jay)
Ashley knows your religion is wrong, but is being the bigger person by not mentioning it to you. (by lostandcold)
Three separate times yesterday, Tammy used the phrase ‘that’s such a first-world problem’ to dismiss the casual conversation-opening complaints of her friends. (by jeaniephelan)
Unlike all the tourists around her, Helen actually appreciates the local architecture for its aesthetic beauty. (by Phil)