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KATE FROM MEATBEE RUNS AWAY – Chuffs, Looking Glass and MEATBEE to celebrate

By Kate of Meat - 12 November 2007 0

Kate from MEATBEE has decided to head off overseas. She has had several delightful day trips to exotic locations such as the Belconnen Interchange (as featured in award winning film Summersault) and also Queanbeyan (as featured in NSW), but has now decided to go further afield in search of more food. She is quite often hungry. She doesn’t know where the adventure will take her (hopefully not like what happened to Taylor on the Bold and the Beautiful when she got kidnapped by that evil prince and everyone thought she was dead, but really she was just on an island somewhere………actually that might be ok…….).

Kate doesn’t know what the hell she’s doing, but she definitely won’t be hitting Canberra stages for at least a couple of years and MEATBEE have decided to leave it up to fate to decide whether or not she ever plays with them again (having said that Kate will be mighty pissed if she ends up being 2007/08’s equivalent of Pete Best, so if anything good happens she is going to try and squirm her way back into the band as a tambourine player or something……).

On Thursday December 20th MEATBEE play their last gig for 2007 with The Chuffs and Looking Glass at the ANU Bar so come down and have a beer with them to celebrate all the memories/reclaim outstanding monies/finish off arguments/re-tell old stories or jokes. Entry is $5 at the door (how cheap is that?!?!?!).

As for the other MEATBEEs, they might be back in 2008 with a new line-up. Maybe new hair do’s. If you’re lucky they might turn up in new pants. Who knows, it’s a mystery………

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