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Monday, March 27, 2006

Commonwealth Games Wrap-up

1. If the athletes were giving each other Golden Showers during competition nights, imagine what last night's after party was like. No, don't.

2. Insult + injury : During the closing ceremony one of the keynot songs was " Don't Dream It's Over" sung by an Aussie sheila like it was Waltzing Matilda

That's enough about that.

Water sports fan of Milford

9 Comments:

Anonymous anonymouse said...

Saw a Tui billboard on the Southern M'Way yesterday.

Fourth. Yeah Right.

Thought it was absolute shit.

A) Doesn't make sense.

B) If I was an athlete coming home from the airport I'd be pretty fucked off.

C) Not funny.

D) Time to stop letting the public do your billboards. Haven't seen a good one in ages.

12:44 PM NZST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why were you on the Southern Motorway?

2:44 PM NZST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tui billboards. Time to knock them on the head? Discuss.

4:37 PM NZST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tui Billboards still effective. Yeah Right

4:43 PM NZST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I laughed out loud at the one before that: Tape the women's weightlifting for me.

The strike rate of good to so-so seems to be around 1 in 3.

4:47 PM NZST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1 in 3? Is that good enough? I mean, really?

4:51 PM NZST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tui billboards. Weren't they originally created by Mojo Wellington - when there was a Mojo Wellington.

5:49 PM NZST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mentioning Mojo Wellington reminds me of Sean Cummins. No wonder it doesn't exist any more. (Mojo Wellington, not Wellington).

3:56 AM NZST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Tui account has passed through more people than London water.

Mojo Wellington started off the whole thing (Richard Maddox, I think), then it strangely went to Goldsack Harris Thompson, before losing it to M&C who then lost it to Saatchis. All agencies have done Yeah Rights. But the client has written a lot more.

9:37 AM NZST

 

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