Also last time I went to this with my main-bae T-Rex, a politician asked if we could be in a photo with her for her website. As illustrated above, G is looking for someone who doesn’t take themselves seriously but at the same time has their sht together.
The Sprink highly recommends you get a coffee and a veggie pizza slice from Bakers Delight, and sit on the ground to listen to this beautiful man’s voice.) – DUH. You might remember him from Sprinks such as THIS ONE when he talked about his life, and THAT ONE where he went on a date with Kwain Tam. He is shy around girls that he wants to impress, and it normally takes him three or four dark and stormies before he can talk to a love interest #shyguy.
He was born on the Isle of Wight and in 1966 came to Van Diemen’s Land on a ten-pound ticket with his family #White Australia. He threw me a hundred dollar bill and a bottle of Jim Beam. I was in Springvale busking once and a car skidded up sideways and stopped in front of me.
He lived in Perth for a bit (guys, he didn’t have a choice) and decided at 14yrs old he wanted to hitchhike around the country and see what life held for him. One day after fruit picking in Sheppo, I was kicking back in my caravan when a guy walked past and asked me to help him with some lyrics to a song. Our first gig was on the streets of Ringwood – we were paid with a roast chicken. I had a guitar case for two years but it got ratty, so I replaced it with a new one. The next day he came back with a ,500 Gibson guitar and asked me to go to his studio to record. I walked past a busker once who was singing a song I had written years before. ” because he was really young, I didn’t know how he could have known it. Two guys jumped out and went into the jewellery store then came running out followed by the shop owner who was screaming. I better do something’ so I stood infront of their car with my guitar. I never felt I was particularly ‘good’ at life but music helps me connect with people and explore myself.
Many people think of a boomerang as the Australian type, although today there are many types of more easily usable boomerangs, such as the cross-stick, the pinwheel, the tumblestick, the boomabird and many other less common types.
An important distinction should be made between returning boomerangs and non-returning boomerangs.