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Person of the week—Sam Wallace

How does it feel still being the Breakfast weather dude?

Really great—I didn’t want to host alongside Mumma Hillz anyway. I’m actually more of an entrepreneur.

How is it having Jack Tame back?

Oh yeah really great. Super happy for him. Great opportunity. He shouldn’t feel embarrassed about having to come back from New York.

Where are all of your former Breakfast team?

They jumped ship. Off filming season one of Mediaworks’ Survivor New Zealand.

Plans for the future?

I’ve actually been working on my new paleo business for a few months now, “Forecast Supps.” Get it?

Not really, but cool bro. Kanye West or Kendrick Lamar?

Drew Neemia.

 

Going up

  • All of the extra daylight at night time.
  • Your stress levels.
  • When the fam come to visit.
  • Course fees—by 2%.
  • Showing your legs again (hello Spring).

 

Going down

  • Letting rugby players off the hook.
  • Adam Holland.
  • Flatmates who don’t pull their weight.
  • Next week is the last week of Salient for 2k16.
  • The “what are you doing next year” question.

 

Humdingers

Everyone’s favourite villain Tom Hiddleston has been revealed as the face for Gucci’s cruise 2017 collection. The ad campaign features several pictures of Hiddleston petting giant dogs and it will give you life.

A Bosnian woman who refused to see a doctor has successfully had a 29kg tumor removed from her stomach. The giant tumor was only discovered after she went to the hospital for an injured leg. Stoja Popovic is now home and recovering from the surgery.

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