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February 26, 2007 | by  | in Opinion |
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Sexual milestones:

  1. Losing your virginity
  2. Losing someone else’s virginity
  3. Sleeping with two different people in a day
  4. Having a ‘lost weekend’ and doing enough to fill a Top Fifty list
  5. Lying about all of the above to your children

Blatant rip-offs of the bucket fountain:

  1. Hyde Park’s Diana Fountain
  2. Vancouver’s Gastown steam clock
  3. Belgium’s Manneken Pis
  4. Versailles’ Fountain of Apollo
  5. Niagara Falls

First Year Pick Up Lines:

  1. Do you have a myspace?
  2. Do you prefer BK or MC’D’s?
  3. My Mum’s got these earings…
  4. Are you from my 100 level history class?
  5. So…bone?

Tawa Pastimes:

  1. Worship
  2. Hanging out at Dressmart
  3. Taking the kids to Chipmunks
  4. Waiting for Avon
  5. Waiting for the Mormons

University Role Models:

  1. Rory from Gilmore Girls
  2. Bill Gates (dropped out of Harvard)
  3. Albert Einstein (never went to university)
  4. Brandon from Beverly Hills 90210
  5. Chris LaMonica
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  1. Jono Newton says:

    god they get worse

  2. Andrew Spalding says:

    Did you guys forget to publish the punchlines or something?

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