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Adelaide singles now using Ancestry.com as a dating app: Report

INCESTRY.COM: A new report by Relationships Australia has found growing numbers of Adelaide singles are using Ancestry.com as their preferred matchmaking platform. "With a limited dating pool in Adelaide, many people have exhausted traditional dating apps like Tinder and Bumble,"...
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“Christian Wilkins’ outfit is offensive!” claims man wearing Bintang singlet, Eels NRL shorts and a pair of Crocs

FASHION FAUX PAS: The outfit Christian Wilkins wore to last night's Aria awards has drawn an unsettling response. The 28 year old arrived at the star-studded event in a sheer dress, to the dismay of many, including one man from...
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Man quickly deletes his ‘Nup To The Cup’ Instagram post, after getting a late invite to The Birdcage

LATE ENTRY: A Melbourne man is being accused of backflipping on his pledge to avoid getting involved in today's Melbourne Cup. Mark Tyson posted a personalised 'Nup To The Cup' image to his Instagram last week, but a late invite...
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Man arriving at Tinder date claims to have come ‘straight from the office,’ just so he can wear a suit

DRESSED TO IMPRESS: A local man attempted to woo his Tinder date tonight, by turning up in an expensive Hugo Boss suit with tie and polished shoes. “Nice to finally meet you,” Justin De Mont was overheard saying to his...
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Local woman uses friend’s b’day as thinly veiled excuse to post thirst trap photo of herself, with the friend barely visible

HOT GIRL SUMMER: A local woman has hijacked her friend's birthday, posting a flattering photo of herself with the birthday girl appearing out of focus in the background. Charlotte Masters' photo taken last night was posted to Instagram with the...
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Double Bay man accused of ‘cultural appropriation’ after going to Halloween party as a Newtown resident

COSTUME CONTROVERSY: An eastern suburbs man has ruffled feathers in the inner west, after going to a Halloween party dressed as a Newtown resident. Typically James Mathers-Reid hangs out at the Golden Sheaf, wearing polo shirts with popped collars and...
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Lonely Planet releases its new travel guide; ‘Worst 4 Places In Sydney, 2023’

SYDNEY ICK LIST: Travel guide publisher Lonely Planet has released its much anticipated '4 Worst Places In Sydney, 2023,' with Bondi Icebergs sauna taking out the top spot. "It's an extremely dodgy sauna," says the Lonely Planet guide. "It's full...
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“BEST CREW EVER!” woman captions photo she took, as revenge on closest friend who cancelled last minute

RENT A CROWD: In an epic display of passive aggressive behaviour, a Sydney woman has tried to make her best friend jealous by posting a group selfie with the caption 'Best crew ever!!' Carly Sparks' act of revenge came after...
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COST OF LIVING CRISIS: Local man now doing all his grocery shopping at his parents’ place

SELF-CHECKOUT: A Melbourne man is avoiding rising supermarket prices by doing his weekly grocery shopping at his parents' kitchen. "It's free and easy," Samual Merritt-Rimmer told DBT. "The pantry is perpetually stocked and the fridge is full of culinary delights,...
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“Let’s circle back in the new year,” now perfectly acceptable to say, given its October: Report

DOWN TOOLS: As summer fast approaches and the beach beckons, Australian workers are once again delaying the inevitable: their jobs. 'Let's chat about this again in early February,' or 'that sounds like next year's problem,' were traditionally phrases reserved for...
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