It's been good cunts but this is where it ends. From Part 1 - 7 the "Cheesy Pick Up Line" series have only been a success. From 1 cunt to another these biddies get captured by these golden pick up lines. Now i leave this last video with you. Go into the world and unleash these cheesy mother fucking pick up lines on those biddies and be proud about it! It's been an honour. Thank you cunts. Thank you
At home for the school holidays - Me and My youngest daughter Yuni wanted to share this with you all, she's very shy and has been trying to practice her singing. I hope you all enjoy this. #SomewhereOverTheRainbow #MyCadenceIsYunique
While there may be water on Mars, don't believe everything you read on the internet today. Facebook is free and it always will be. And the thing about copying and pasting a legal notice is just a hoax. Stay safe out there Earthlings!
A true gentleman of the game. Honored to have played against this legend. #Repost @worldrugby with @repostapp ・・・ After 109 tests, 37 as captain, 27 tries & countless memorable moments Jean de Villiers retires from @bokrugby. Thank you Jean, international rugby will miss you. 🏉🇿🇦 #JDV #Springboks #Rugby #RWC2015
Totally humbling experience to meet Springboks legend Joost Van Der Westhuizen in Brighton today. This man does not let Motor Neuron Disease define him or stop him living life to the fullest. This hymn seemed right for the occasion.
** WARNING: Angry rant about domestic violence that I'm not sorry for **
Today I am sad... so very sad.... but also angry. A beautiful vibrant young woman has lost her fight for life after the father of her child and ex-partner ran her off the road then quite literally bashed her face in as she lay there helpless. It was evil... sick.... and it makes me furious.
What makes me even angrier is when it is referred to as a "traffic incident", or "road rage"... or when law enforcement uses it as a platform to bring up the bikie laws and how they should be tightened.
ARE YOU F**KING KIDDING ME.
What has to happen before domestic violence is addressed as the serious issue it is? Here's a fun fact: 1 in 3 Australian women have experienced physical violence at the hands of a male after the age of 15... and of those women, 62% experienced it in their home, & 73% more than once. What's even sadder is that twice as many women experiencing this violence are in the 18-24 year old age bracket - twice as many as any other age group, the same as this poor young mother who has just lost her life.
This is not some abstract far away concept.... this happening to girlfriends YOUR AGE, in YOUR CIRCLE OF FRIENDS. One in THREE. That means that if you and two of your girlfriends go out for coffee, statistics say that 1 of you have probably experienced violence at the hands of someone you know.
What's even more infuriating is that Tara tried to go to the Police and was turned away. They have stated that there will be an investigation into that response, but do you realise that almost 60% of domestic violence victims do not report it to the police? 24% never even seek advice or support! What will an investigation do now?! She's gone. What needs to be investigated is why there are not safe systems in place to ensure that if somebody should have the guts to finally seek help, their bravery and cry for help would not be dismissed. What needs to be looked into is why this issue is not one that has significant government funding behind it to increase awareness and education so that women realise they are not alone and CAN come forward. What needs to be done is the same amount of effort that is put into things like anti-smoking campaigns.... I don't even know as many smokers as I do victims of domestic violence, but those campaigns are EVERYWHERE.
So in terms of girls not coming forward... lets break that down again. If there were 12 of of your girlfriends at your birthday party... 4 would have experienced violence at the hands of someone they knew - and of those 4, 1 of them is not about to tell a single one of you that her boyfriend is beating her up, nor will she ever ask for help.
PLEASE TELL ME THAT THIS IS STARTING TO GET THROUGH.
A young woman lost her life last night. A little girl lost her mother, and will have to grow up knowing that the horror her mother experienced in her final waking moments was at the hands of her father. This is a desperately serious issue and one that needs to be addressed and spoken about. PLEASE open the dialogue with those closest to you... PLEASE get help. And if you are someone who has at any point laid a hand on your partner or ex-partner... GET. HELP. NOW. Because one day you will lose control and that anger, that rage, will consume you and destroy those closest to you.
This is such a heartbreaking tragedy, and although I never knew her, the people around me who did brought this close to home. I hope that her tragedy starts the conversation for real change.... her daughter can at least be proud knowing how loved and cherised her mother was by those whos lives she touched. What a sad, sad, day.