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Won’t someone tell Simon Corbell he’s pretty?

By 19 July 2012 7

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It turns out the ACT’s Attorney-General Simon Corbell has a blog and he’s tweeting about it.

Won’t any of you tell him how brave handsome and clever he is?

Enjoy the traffic Simon and just think what a paid ad could do for your numbers.

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7 Responses to
Won’t someone tell Simon Corbell he’s pretty?
poetix 12:24 pm
19 Jul 12
#1

Simon, have you considered cutting the tedium levels? Slabs of text, and nary a funny.

PM 12:28 pm
19 Jul 12
#2

Less Simon Corbell, more helicopters, please!

PBO 12:51 pm
19 Jul 12
#3

Here we see a picture of Simon Corbell and a local indigenous ranger discussing the re-introduction of wild transvestites to the Canberra region, most intersex species were driven from the area by farming and the El Nino effect.

The Ngunnawal people had legends about not being able to throw a rock without hitting a cock in a frock, sadly due to white mans progress, the wild southern transvestite was nearly killed off and this had damaging envioronmental effects as blue / green algae (the staple food source of transgenders) grew to epic proportions in Canberra waterways as no one was there to eat it.

Simon was quoted as saying:

“By 2015, I expect to see a massive boost in the diversity in genders. This will have a trickle down effect for the plumbing industry who will be busy building new toilet facilities as the new sexes emerge.”

EvanJames 1:00 pm
19 Jul 12
#4

Damn you PBO! I let out a massive guffaw and now people know I’m not reading a boring document.

cubicle01 1:29 pm
19 Jul 12
#5

PBO said :

Here we see a picture of Simon Corbell and a local indigenous ranger discussing the re-introduction of wild transvestites to the Canberra region, most intersex species were driven from the area by farming and the El Nino effect.

The Ngunnawal people had legends about not being able to throw a rock without hitting a cock in a frock, sadly due to white mans progress, the wild southern transvestite was nearly killed off and this had damaging envioronmental effects as blue / green algae (the staple food source of transgenders) grew to epic proportions in Canberra waterways as no one was there to eat it.

Simon was quoted as saying:

“By 2015, I expect to see a massive boost in the diversity in genders. This will have a trickle down effect for the plumbing industry who will be busy building new toilet facilities as the new sexes emerge.”

Gold for PBO…. on that note does RA have anything planned for the Olympics?

maniac 3:03 pm
19 Jul 12
#6

EvanJames said :

Damn you PBO! I let out a massive guffaw and now people know I’m not reading a boring document.

Funniest thing I have read

PBO said :

Here we see a picture of Simon Corbell and a local indigenous ranger discussing the re-introduction of wild transvestites to the Canberra region, most intersex species were driven from the area by farming and the El Nino effect.

The Ngunnawal people had legends about not being able to throw a rock without hitting a cock in a frock, sadly due to white mans progress, the wild southern transvestite was nearly killed off and this had damaging envioronmental effects as blue / green algae (the staple food source of transgenders) grew to epic proportions in Canberra waterways as no one was there to eat it.

Simon was quoted as saying:

“By 2015, I expect to see a massive boost in the diversity in genders. This will have a trickle down effect for the plumbing industry who will be busy building new toilet facilities as the new sexes emerge.”

Funniest thing I have read for a long time!

Mr Gillespie 3:17 pm
19 Jul 12
#7

Mr Bag Ban Himself Corbell now has a blog. Let’s flood it with warnings his arse is in for the big boot at the upcoming election, teach him a lesson about reckless abuse of bureaucratic powers.

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