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Friday T&A: Bondi Bitch Edition

by | Oct 4, 2019 | fat girl jihad, Uncategorized | 2 comments

Well, it’s Friday again, and honestly this week has simply whizzed by at what feels like 200mph. I’m not sure exactly where the time went – I wasn’t even that busy – but here it was and there it goes.

Unfortunately for me, I have spent much of it dealing with the worst kinds of stupidity – both corporate and governmental. These are the kinds of stupid people that make you despair for the future of the species, really. All I can say is that when it comes to stupidity contests, the American government has some tough competition from the bankrupt governments of some of the Mediterranean European nations.

But that is all spilt milk under the bridge – and while I would normally apologise for murdering a metaphor with such gratuitous violence, on this occasion I don’t really care, as it is, of course, Friday. Which means that it is time for another installment in, let’s face facts, everybody’s favourite part of this blog. And that would be the part where yer very ‘eavy, very ‘umble servant ‘ere posts up a picture of a hot girl from somewhere around the world.

This week’s installment features an Aussie beach babe named Brooke Evers, and she was actually born in Adelaide, not Sydney. (For those of you wondering why Sydney is relevant – go look up where Bondi Beach is.) She’s about my age – though I humbly submit that I have aged considerably better than she has. And she’s famous for actual things, at least in Australia, rather than for flashing her… assets on a realitard TV show.

Happy Friday, gents. Enjoy the weekend and get some rest, because as we know and found out very clearly over the past few weeks, the ride never ends.

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2 Comments

  1. Johnny

    I feel bad for a guy stuck in a country where there are virtually no women this hot in real life. This goes for ANY of the Friday T&A exhibits you have put up.

    People who have only ever been in India probably don't even know that the outside world is not as pathetic of a place. But to have seen the outside, and then have to go back there….. that sucks, man..

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    • Didact

      Ayup.

      But, I'm not stuck, there or anywhere else, unless I choose to be. I have the funds and the opportunity to travel, which I spend a lot of time and effort doing. It complicates my life considerably, but I consider it to be a price worth paying for getting out and seeing the world a bit.

      And the same idea applies for others as well. You're only stuck if you choose to be. I chose to be stuck in the USA for a long time. Then I got kicked out (more or less). I had to do some very hard and painful work on myself to deal with some of my issues. It hasn't been easy and it's still ongoing and very rough. But it forced me to move on and, I hope, up.

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