ODT Watch | Issue 15

Posted 12:36am Friday 12th July 2019

This week someone let the ODT read the thesaurus again…     Then a sage warning about an upcoming crisis:     We should all be mindful of World Juggling Day, specifically mindful of how to end this pagan sacrilege once and for all.   We Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 13

Posted 10:46pm Thursday 23rd May 2019

  Put that thing back where it came from or so help me.     Honestly? The ODT has published a lot of filth but this takes the cake. The only kind of sex that should be promoted in any piece of media is vanilla missionary sex that lasts for 30 seconds. We bet you Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 12

Posted 12:55am Friday 17th May 2019

  Fresh from the writer’s festival, the ODT debuts their newest all-ages educational column, ‘Things That Can Go In Airplanes’.     They’ve been freeloading in good, wholesome, capitalist Earth for too long.     It has Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 10

Posted 9:57pm Thursday 2nd May 2019

This week the ODT brings us some wisdom:         A little-known Shakespeare fact is that “meteor” is slang for vagina. And the real meteors are the friends you make along the way.   The balance of the universe is Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 09

Posted 2:06am Friday 26th April 2019

This week the ODT are being heartbreakingly self-aware.   For some reason, there was a lot of feet related content this week.     Really? Because when I walked into the polling booth on my hands and picked up the pen with my prehensile toes, they called me an Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 08

Posted 1:55am Friday 12th April 2019

This week, the Otago Daily Times came to the ground-breaking discovery that and ODT Watch is sure there’s no old men at the ODT.   In other news: But still not confident enough to make the first move. Get it together, Simon. She’s waiting for Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 07

Posted 3:06am Friday 5th April 2019

This week, the Otago Daily Times set out on a good old-fashioned road trip. What could they have discovered? The solitary traffic light in Kaitangata? The shed in Milton that has a smiley face with a ballsack for a nose? The gay nightlife of Gore? Hell. I’m in Hell. At least Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 06

Posted 12:42pm Monday 1st April 2019

And most of them work at the ODT!! Bazinga!!!     The award for the juiciest piece of low-hanging fruit this week goes to:     Don’t tell me what to do, Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 04

Posted 8:06pm Thursday 14th March 2019

It’s another week of ODT Watch. You know what that means:   This week the ODT perfectly captured my feelings about the ODT: Although the flourishing doesn’t seem to apply to their journalists’ bedrooms:   Surely this could have been phrased Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 03

Posted 6:46pm Thursday 7th March 2019

Every week before I open, with trembling hands, the hallowed pages of the ODT I say to myself, “Don’t get your hopes up, Bazza. There’s no way they can come up with a better pun than they did last week. Even genius stoops to mediocrity now and then”. But every week I dare to Read more...

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