Thanks, Celebrities

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54 Responses to Thanks, Celebrities

  1. Where can I find a celebrity’s advice of how to clean the coffee I sprayed over my keyboard.

  2. Leigh Lowe

    Where is Richard Wilkins?
    Did he die?

  3. thefrollickingmole

    nicely done

  4. What would the world be without celebrities? A f*kn better place than it is now.

  5. Some History

    Ha Ha Haaaa! 🙂

  6. Chris M

    Do we have celebrities in Australia? I’m not aware of any.

  7. nfw

    I don’t watch much TV but I am tired of seeing “celebrities” telling me how awful everything is and how “we’re all in this together”. Bullshit. All I am seeing is my self-funded (read not an impost on other taxpayers) being destroyed by that sissy boy Morrison and the other cowards running then place while they, ever so hard working public servants and “celebrities” continue to be paid. I find it ludicrous that welfare recipients received an extra payments although, nothing absolutely nothing, changed in their world but my wife and I will be paying tax bills on Tuesday knowing full well next year will be horrendous as a result of Morrison and Co smugly taking our money but not offering any relief that the non-savers and welfare takers receive. Hypocrites.

  8. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    Could anyone imagine the horror of existing in a world without s’lebritties?

    It would be almost as awesome as a world without lawyers.

  9. Wozzup

    I have always been indifferent to celebrity but now it is different – now I am seriously beginning to despise celebrities. I think the British got it right in the time of Queen Elizabeth the first. They knew actors (their celebrities) were the lowest of the low – scum – and regulated them and what they could say accordingly.
    I am not generally in favor of censorship. But for pity’s sake, lets make an exception with celebrities.
    I suppose I should at least be grateful that some people are still able to do their jobs in this time of crisis – their job being that they are insecure, and yet somehow, perpetually entitled wankers who constantly require the validation of other’s approval and attention.

  10. Leigh Lowe

    ever so hard working public servants and “celebrities” continue to be paid.

    Public servants continue to be paid, but maybe TeeVee slebrities are seeing the train coming.
    Advertising revenue is plummeting which means TeeVee job cuts are coming big time.
    Sure, sports broadcasting has already copped it, but it is about to roll over the rest of them.
    Prepare for a 180 degree attitude change when their lifestyle has a crimp put in it.

  11. Michael

    Great find, CL. Love it.

  12. Perfidious Albino

    Yeah, I really don’t need virtue signalling, emotionally overwrought, flogs like TV actor and Play School presenter Rhys Muldoon, of all people, to tell me how to commemorate ANZAC Day…

    FOAD.

  13. Robbo

    Oh boy have they nailed those self absorbed narcissists. Sadly those so-called celebs will be too busy thinking about what to do next in their self promotion to view this clip. One question. Why did they miss out on Dave Hughes and Pirate Pete FitzSimons. Aren’t they all in this together?

  14. All these vocal ‘celebrities’ are of the Left and like everyone on the Left, they have absolutely no self-awareness whatsoever. Just check out this suffering individual:

  15. This of course gave great ammunition for Trump:

  16. Robber Baron

    Is it just me or are all Greta’s ugly?

  17. candy

    LOL
    “I’ve been hold on Centrelink for days now, I’ve lost my job … But this video of Amanda Keller dancing
    around in her massive kitchen is really getting me through”

  18. exsteelworker

    Funny that, init? All lefties. Legends in their own minds. Maybe its time for a celebrity TAX.

  19. NuThink

    How did James Corben ever did his gig on TV?
    Johnny Carson was clever, amusing, funny, and a joy to watch? All the attributes that James Corben is missing.

  20. Delta A

    That was brilliant! Thanks, C.L.

  21. notafan

    To be fair bemused, the restauranters are just trying to make a buck.

    Good on them.

  22. To be fair bemused, the restauranters are just trying to make a buck.

    Of course they are, but who on the unemployment heap is going to afford $110 takeaways for meals that wouldn’t feed a sparrow? And maybe Their ABC is promoting this just in case their employees aren’t aware of this excellent service.

  23. notafan

    Good point

    No doubt the diners mentioned were employees.

    The ABC knows their demographic.

    No interviews with the Uber eats drivers , of course.

  24. I am proud to say I did not recognise any of the ‘celebrities.’

  25. Roger

    To be fair bemused, the restauranters are just trying to make a buck.

    Good on them.

    After Uber Eats takes their 30% they won’t be making much; just keeping the business turning over.

  26. Roger

    I am proud to say I did not recognise any of the ‘celebrities.’

    Nor did I.

  27. Bear Necessities

    I wonder how Rodney Rude is handling the lockdown?

    HeHeHe……………………. @#$% Ya’s!

  28. Des Deskperson

    ‘No doubt the diners mentioned were employees.’

    Well, one of them is surnamed Attard. That’s a former ABC ‘star’ name.

    Given it’s the ABC, it’s a reasonable working assumption that there is a connection.

  29. John A

    Spurgeon Monkfish III #3428174, posted on April 25, 2020, at 9:02 am

    Could anyone imagine the horror of existing in a world without s’lebritties?

    It would be almost as awesome as a world without lawyers.

    Steady, now…you are talking Paradise talk there.

  30. Professor Fred Lenin

    Whats a celebrite ? Is it some sort of eelite thing? How manyreal people would recognise these celebrites ?

  31. bespoke

    They will be to thick to see the resentment building up because they are surrounded be sycophants.

  32. duncanm

    bemused
    #3428342, posted on April 25, 2020 at 10:37 am

    To be fair bemused, the restauranters are just trying to make a buck.

    Of course they are, but who on the unemployment heap is going to afford $110 takeaways for meals

    FMD – and for $110, its just the ingredients. ‘Some assembly required’.

    I mostly feed a family of four for less than $10.

  33. Rossini

    love the checkout @#”chick”

  34. Tony Tea, a Celebrity

    Hasn’t anyone ever taught these nobodies to say please?

  35. Lee

    I couldn’t play the video.
    Is Greta being serious, or taking the piss out of “celebrities”?

  36. Mother Lode

    Non-celebrity Greta gives me more hope than the entire lowing flock of celebrities put together.

    And they should be together.

    So it only takes a single high-explosive warhead to get rid of them.

    But Greta shows the common sense we will need when politicians and the MSM discover a way to back out of the corner they have walked into with their stupid panicked ‘measures’.

  37. Hodor

    Very very good, just what I needed, thank you CL

  38. Major Elvis Newton

    Absolute 24K gold!

    I want to see one where everybody with no skin in the game keeps chanting “we’re all in this together”, like the million dollar plus CEOs of every ASX50 company since April 1 do in full page ads across the nation.

  39. Geriatric Mayfly

    Why do the celebrities get all the attention.? Will no one think of the influencers?

  40. egg_

    A good Aussie comedians’ takedown of the cult of celebrity.

    Has the Queen posted a selfie isolation video, yet?

    How are celebrities handling relevance deprivation syndrome?

  41. Steve

    The only thing I dislike more than the sheep we call celebrities are the people who are stupid enough to take their comments or advice seriously.

  42. You know this is the same ABC “comedian” who made this god awful piece of shit;

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1ZD1_m7-0E

    Which was a response to an even more god awful piece of shit called “The Privilege Song”.

  43. mareeS

    Celebs, how demeaning must it be to always be pretending to be someone else, spotting a script written by someone else?

    Sad little things have turned me off movies in recent years/ decade or two, I just love the treasure of books, which is how I am spending the lockup.

  44. Louis Litt

    MareeS – I agree – movies are really bad with subliminal messages of white males being the baddies. Did not really recognise this in the 70s but now I understand what they were getting at.

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