Shoot, Shag or Marry is a wonderfully juvenile game, but brilliant when you’re A) bored, B) in the company of the same gender, or C) stuck halfway up a mountain in freezing snow and it’s too early to light the freakin’ yak-dung stove. (Under no circumstances should it be played with your boss.)
On my recent trip to Nepal, my fellow trekkers and I embarked on a round of SSM (not to be confused with S&M, which – I’m told – is far messier). Trouble was, our pool of men to declare shag- or shoot-worthy was small, fleece-clad and, like us, badly in need of a shower. So we moved on to celebrities: Colin Firth was a “marry”, Olivier Martinez a “shag” and Johnny Depp was split evenly between “shoot” and “shag”, depending on whether he’d bathed.
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The world is ruled by extroverts. The loudest voices, unsurprisingly, are often the only ones we hear.
The Australia Day honours are meant to pay tribute to the unsung heroes, thereby making them sung.
While the most attention is too often given to the already well-sung - celebrities, the actors and the sportspeople who make the list - there are also the local heroes, the young and the senior Australians.
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