The road to hell is paved with good intentions
I have so much to do.
NZ Herald, our national rag, thinks it knows the real reason why people can’t afford a house. It’s because we spend too much on smashed avocado and flat white breakfasts at cafes on the weekend. In a flash of original reporting, the Herald decided to jump on Australia’s ‘Avo-Gate’ bandwagon and point the same finger at NZ Millenials (see the original article here – it’s so much funnier than what the Herald wrote).
So, maybe if we, like, cut it down to, like, one flat white and shared a plate of smashed avo on toast, we’d totally be able to afford that $700,000 house in Glenfield that used to be a P-lab.
If you want to distract a guard you don’t need to limit yourself to a trash can or vending machine. You can choose any one of the coffee cups or archive boxes lying around. You can kick things. You can knock things over with your butt. It’s awesome!
Deus Ex: making recycling cool.
All the titles used in this comic come from today’s online NZ Herald alone (except the one about dog turds, but I wouldn’t put it past them).
I feel for the writers that are under a lot of pressure to churn out content that will inform, entertain, and lead to sales. Unfortunately this leads to a lot of mistakes, poor content, and profligate use of clickbait titles.
And yet, at 3pm I still find myself wondering what type of bread I am.