My favourite things with mar­cus hobbs from east brunswick all girls choir

Frankie - - FRANK BITS -

An­i­mated movie: The Lion King. I had it on VHS as a child and used to know ev­ery sin­gle line of di­a­logue and all the song lyrics. Child­hood mem­ory: Camp­ing on the Mur­ray River or the farm at Ted­dy­waddy in ru­ral Vic­to­ria. No phones; wire­less ra­dio with lim­ited re­cep­tion. It was the only time we were al­lowed to burn things. Piece of cloth­ing you own:

I rarely buy new items of cloth­ing, but I have one weird item, which is a sweater chopped into a shirt. It has three peo­ple on the front in ’80s-style ex­er­cise gear. Mu­si­cal genre: Folk; noisy things. Place to hang out with your mates: There used to be a pok­ies pub in Brunswick East in Mel­bourne called The Lyn­d­hurst. It was open un­til 3am ev­ery night, but rarely was any­one in there after 10pm. Drinks were su­per-cheap and they had free pool. It’s now a Dan Mur­phy’s out­let. Dad joke: My dad used to do this thing on long road trips where he’d say, “Hey kids,” if he ever drove by a stack of hay in a pad­dock. If you said, “What?” the joke was on you. It didn’t make the trips go faster. Hang­over brekkie: Codeine, blan­ket. Party game: Goon of For­tune is an all-time clas­sic – swing­ing a sack of wine around on a Hills Hoist. It’s not worth ex­plain­ing, be­cause if you don’t al­ready know what it is you’ll prob­a­bly never play it. Per­son to talk to when you feel like crap: I have a bea­gle called Zim­mer who is gen­er­ally very un­der­stand­ing and pretty good for a cud­dle when things are tough. Very soft ears.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.