I know it’s old, but…
uncyclopedia is even better when ppl dont “overly” edit what is already there. Its a funny site and we should add to it not remove stuff.
As for Limestone Lizzy, can VG (I hope i am adressing the right person) look in his wonderful database and set us right?
Now I have this wonderful mental image of a bunch of ADFA Cadets being beaten to death by their pimps. :\
(PS: I have no idea what killed her, or even if she’s dead)
And a number of Limestone Lizzie’s customers succumbed to whatever killed her too?
I had heard that as well, apparently the ADFA / Duntroon boys held a wake for her.
Actually DMD, you’re the second pesron I’ve heard to suggest that she is now an ex Limestone Lizzie.
Anyone that cruises there in the arvos confirm>
Sorry to double-post, but from reading this…did Limestone Lizzy die?
I was looking at that yesterday as a matter of fact. It’s hilarious.
agree, Josh. Street lighting is something people should start to question. In this rural area, you can tell people who’ve moved recently from town, because every outside light they have is blazing. Eventually they get used to the fact that night time is dark, and they stop putting the lights on every night (or they discover rural residential power prices are somewhat higher than what they paid in town).
@seekay: you seriously want more street lighting? i personally think there’s far more than absolutely necessary.
seriously, i’m told to turn off the light in the other room when i’m not in it to save a couple of watts, but there are tens of thousands of idle street lights throughout the town.
and there’s always the road itself if you need somewhere to walk. or, heaven forbid, walk on some grass..
As long as we’re a sister city for Tikrit, Iraq, all is well with the world…
Bahahaha. Dont think i’ve pissed myself laughing this much in a while 🙂
(Note: im still lost,trying to find the suburb of Calwell. hahaha)
Good, but the compilers missed a few important points. Like streetlights. Canberra has utterly inadequate streetlighting.
Then there’s the lack of footpaths. Even in the oldest and best suburbs, in places like Forrest, it’s rare to find a street with sealed footpaths on both sides of the road. Then there are all those streets that don’t even have kerbs…
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