All Blog Posts Tagged 'humour' (43)

Baby Brain

What happens when you only communicate with

early-verbal humans?




My husband’s new gig means he keeps coming home with VIP tickets to all sorts of events. Last month it was the Open air Cinema in Sydney and this month Enlighten in Canberra. Three years ago I would have been ecstatic, and… Continue

Added by Nicole on March 29, 2011 at 5:57am — No Comments

Google Me This…

Granted, the (relatively!) new millennium has already brought with it a myriad of new terms being coined to keep up with the advent of social media & constant technological advances. Though the jury is still out on the efficacy of many of them, I’m throwing my hat in the ring & coining one of my own! Whether or not it ever makes it past the borders of Crazy Town is neither here nor there…frankly, without the …

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Added by Tracy Warner on July 8, 2010 at 10:31pm — No Comments

@$#*%! Friday! Post Your Funny & Link It Up In Crazy Town!

Yet another week draws to a close, & with it, the realization that I have passed my 150th post…as a matter of fact, this makes 154, not including my other content. It’s been 173 days since Crazy Town first opened it’s borders to the general public. Obviously I’ve taken my position as Mayor quite seriously…& obviously I need to get a life. But before I do, allow me to welcome…

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Added by Tracy Warner on June 25, 2010 at 1:11am — No Comments

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