This instalment of CBT was brought to you by the shitty individual’s epiphanies concerning their critical inner voice.
I heard about the anomaly that was Germany scoring 7 goals against Brazil, and decided to fly to Rio to investigate if there was a conspiracy afoot. As I couldn’t afford to put up in a hotel, I’ve ended up slumming (literally) in the Brazilian favelas with a colleague known only as “El Conspirador”.
When I first came to university (wayyyy back in 2009), I had no idea what to expect. I thought I knew what it was all about – I’d gotten my courses sorted, I scored a spot in a Hall, and a few people from my high school were coming to Victoria as well…
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: brunch is a great meal. It’s also expensive to go out for brunch – just as expensive as a dinner meal in many instances, except without the possibility of bringing your own bottle of wine. This is an easy brunch to make that will impress your other half/flatmate on a hungover Sunday morning.
Have fun and outscore the opposition. Kioma score by touching pou(s) with the Ki (for potential points) then running the Ki through Te Roto and placing it down in Pawero to convert pou touches into points. Taniwha score by hitting the Tupu with the Ki; both teams attempt to stop the other team from scoring.
I’ve heard it said that if you provide the event, Red Hill will provide the party.
This is a fast, inexpensive way to feed a bunch of people and leave them happy.
This is a super-affordable and very satisfying dish that my friend Trish made for lunch today. She is instructing my girls about knitting while I am catching up on some work – a little blogging. Knitting would have been fun, but maybe next time…
They’re the most successful franchise in Super Rugby history. Maybe that’s why not many people outside of the Canterbury region like them. But love them or hate them, you have to hand it to the Crusaders – they’re damn good.