Friday, April 28, 2006


James Marris noticed this tuna special while shopping in the Browns Bay Foodtown yesterday. He figured it wasn't really worth printing the special card because the Swedish rounding system that supermarkets use will round the price up to $1 anyway.

By Ana Samways

Terry has noticed the Manukau City Council is doing its bit for power conservation. "Powerful spotlights light up the outdoor staff carpark both night and day (no matter how sunny). When I mentioned it to the security staff who permanently patrol the staff carpark, I was told that they cannot find where to turn them off. Perhaps a $20 sensor system from Mitre 10 could be purchased so I can have hot showers this winter?"

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Visitors to have voted for their worst song ever. Here they are:

5. Seasons in the Sun, Terry Jacks (No 1 for three weeks, 1974). Voter comment: "A melody you couldn't play for your dog, combined with inane lyrics."

4. I've Never Been to Me, Charlene (No 3, 1982). Voter comment: "I'm thinking that in her case, 'Me' probably wasn't such a fun place to go to."

3. You Light Up My Life, Debby Boone (No 1 for 10 weeks, 1977). Voter comment: "How can anything so insipidly slow light up anything?"

2. Muskrat Love, The Captain and Tennille (No 4, 1976). Voter Comment: "A song about aquatic rodents doin' the wild thing? Eeeeeew!"

1. (You're) Having My Baby, Paul Anka (No 1 for three weeks, 1974). Voter comment: "What a lovely way of sayin' how much you love me' - if that isn't the most egocentric, solipsistic, revolting line of all time."


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