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Girls Gone Wild on Brisbane Tinder, Part VIII

[Warning: Adult Content and Language]

Another few months since the previous installment of Tinder girls, and another several furtively whispered confessions from faithful The Daily Chrenk readers that as much as they enjoy the regular insights and commentary on domestic and international political developments, it’s my work to reinforce the stereotypes of Tinder as well as “[shaking one’s head] the young people these days” that keeps them hanging on and coming back. At my age, I take my praise where I can find it, as I do my clicks. To the one half of my readers: my deep and profound apologies, again; to the other half: here you go, for your bumper August edition of the best of Brisbane meat market. I’m disgusted with you, but please come back tomorrow for our regular output.

Who says that poetry is dead, even if it involves fritters?

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Apple or pineapple?

Or, indeed, scrambled eggs?

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I dare not ask if the scrambled eggs breakfast also includes a smashed avo. Though somehow I have no worry about the young lady’s prospects of entering the real estate market.

By comparison with all the foodstuffs, the lady below is just plain boring:

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Speaking of walks on the beach:

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Your mum was unavailable for comment.

Fortunately, it’s not all about food or your relatives. Actually, on the second thought, there is still plenty of food:

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But in the interest of balance:

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Presumably though not Eastern European smallgoods – but what’s with all the food, again? Fortunately for a balanced diet it’s not all about protein-rich meats but also some melons, ahem, bursting, ahem, with vitamin goodness:

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Let’s hope it’s all kosher. Unlike some of our international students:

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No doubt the parent’s hard-earned money for quality Australian schooling well spent. Speaking of flying to Australia:

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A timely reminder that you don’t have to be a Millennial (even if it helps) to take the full advantage of the possibilities that Tinder brings – the app does not discriminate against my fellow Xs:

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Good soul. But with a giant dick. And gym might be life, but by the looks of it so is the fridge.

Anyway, indeed, my fellow Gen Xs are a good reminder that the decline of our public education is not a recent phenomenon:

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Spotty and sprutal – what a catch. As is indeed our next contestant/s:

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Oh dear, what could possibly go wrong?

If you are disillusioned with the humanity after scanning thus far, cheer up – romance is not dead yet:

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And, indeed, in the spirit of #LoveWins, let us note at the end that Tinder is not just for the boring straights:

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After all that food, coffee actually sounds pretty nice, thanks. Goodbye all!

 

 

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