ODT Watch | Issue 11

ODT Watch | Issue 11

Slips and Slides

In headline news this week, everyone felt a bit shaky after the 6.0-magnitude Wanaka earthquake. I was in the Richardson, and looking at that building makes me feel shaky.

Apparently speed-dating has died in the South, and Tinder has taken over. One women, called “desperate and dateless Donna of Dunedin”, told of her sadness over a speed-dating business no longer operating in Dunedin. Better get that Tinder vibe on, Donna.

A “smelly, phlegmy, dribbly” pig has left a Dunedin woman feeling the pig love after she was attacked by the animal in her car.  Apparently his personality won her over and saved him from being turned into bacon.

Nothing like a good punny headline to grab your attention, especially when it’s about water and floating ideas.

After reading this article, my life bucket list now includes bungy jumping at 91 years old.

This article first appeared in Issue 11, 2015.
Posted 2:55pm Sunday 10th May 2015 by Steph Taylor.