“This Is Our Last Chance To Save The Environment!” Prince Charles Shouts From Turret Of Royal Palace

‘Hear Ye! Hear Ye!’

“This Is Our Last Chance To Save The Environment!” Prince Charles Shouts From Turret Of Royal Palace

Shouting ‘Hear Ye! Hear Ye!’ to the servants tending the lawns on his Highgrove House estate below, a frantic Prince Charles said we’re running out of time to act on climate change.

“We must reduce our consumption and lessen our dependence on the earth before it’s too late!” he said, surveying the 364 hectare property to see if there was anyone else he could tell.

Frustrated that the message wasn’t sinking in, Charles called for his helicopter to be made ready so he could travel to his other two palaces to spread the news there.

“I fear others aren’t taking this as seriously as me,” he said.

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Perth Man In Crowded Pub Wondering If He’ll Ever Enjoy Freedoms Of Gold Standard NSW

"Speak up, can't hear you!"

Perth Man In Crowded Pub Wondering If He’ll Ever Enjoy Freedoms Of Gold Standard NSW

Struggling to be heard over the noise of the packed front bar, Perth man George Ranaford last night asked his friends if they reckon they’ll ever get to the point where they can have 10 people over to their house, like they can in national leader New South Wales.

“Did you hear New South Wales is leading the nation out of COVID?” Ranaford shouted, accidentally spilling beer as he jostled for space in the standing-room-only venue.

“Speak up, can’t hear you!” his friends replied, wondering if he was maybe talking about the festival they’d bought tickets to for next weekend.

“I said New South Wales is leading the nation – that’s what their new Premier said,” he repeated, finally finding a quieter spot for the group at the back of the pub.

“Like I told you at Tash’s house party last weekend, they can have 1 person per 4 square metres at a pub when they’re sitting down. Something to look forward to,” he said, standing to one side to allow another group to walk past.

“I’ve heard they can have haircuts too,” Ranaford’s friend Hugh added. “Gold standard haircuts”.  

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