Ever since Christmas was invented, we’ve had the honour of seeing our favourite characters from the television shows we love celebrating it, just like us ordinary boring nonfictional folk do, and that makes us feel good. Sure, Halloween specials are kinda cool, and Thanksgiving spectaculars can be a bit of fun, but nothing makes you … Continue reading Murphy’s Xmas Top Tens: Top 10 Christmas Themed Episodes of TV Shows
In this modern age of podcasts and Netflix and books, it’s easy to forget about music. And who doesn’t love the greatest genre of music there is: Christmas. So I made a list, I checked it twice, now have a read to see which songs are nice! (I didn’t actually check it twice by the … Continue reading Murphy’s Xmas Top Tens: Top 10 Christmas Songs
Christmas time is special in that it can be enjoyed by pretty much everyone in the world - Christians, Catholics, and even Protestants. We all get a heart boner when we see the decorations appearing in stores around mid-June, and even a regular boner depending on the baubles they use. But what’s better than Christmas? … Continue reading Murphy’s Xmas Top Tens: Top 10 Christmas Movies
Some days are tricky, and some days are bad, but we got each other, and for that I’m glad! Brothers and mates, colleagues as well, we’re taking blood together, and hey that’s swell! If that catchy feelgood theme song doesn’t instantly bring a nostalgic smile to your face, you obviously didn’t grow up in Australia … Continue reading Top 10 Episodes of Blood Brothers
Sally Brant, Celebrant has been a staple of Australian television since it debuted back in February. The show delves into the personal and professional life of former detective Sally Brant who has recently left the world of policing to embrace her long time dream of marrying people. But our hero just can't seem to fully … Continue reading Top 10 Episodes of Sally Brant, Celebrant
Here is some crazy but true trivia about your favourite foods! Cantaloupe is the only melon that can bounce. Instead of a Big Macs, McDonalds in Scotland serve buckets of haggis. The name Vegemite is a combination of the popular spread’s two main ingredients, vegetables and termites. In medieval times, pumpkin … Continue reading Fun Food Facts!
In these days of uncertainty and fear, it doesn't help that there’s a lot of misinformation going around about how to prevent catching the Corona virus. Luckily I’ve done a lot of Facebook post reading, Bing-ing, and chatting to my roommate who loves Scrubs, and have compiled this educational, comprehensive, and accurate as heck … Continue reading HANDY CORONA TIPS!!!
Australian youth station Triple J will soon be revealing their Hottest 100 of the Decade: the best songs from 2010 - 2019. Well I’m here to say cancel the countdown folks, I’ve compiled the ultimate definitive list and anyone that disagrees is a dumb square. So here it is, Murphy’s hottest, sickest, raddest, dopest, littest, … Continue reading The 100 Greatest Songs From The Last Decade
Like everyone, I grew up in the 90s. I thought I’d take a walk down Memory lane. Memory lane was the place I grew up in the 1990s and it got me reminiscing about how crazy, fun and carefree those days were. We didn’t have anything bad like bigotry, conservative politicians or diseases. But most … Continue reading The Best 90s Fads
Sweat Juice, the third album by the Australian, hard drinking, humorous and self confessed “party dorks” The Jaffas was hailed as an instant classic when it was released in November of ‘03, and me and my high school mates at the time couldn't have agreed more, often playing the album on loop as we drank … Continue reading Classic Album Review: The Jaffas – Sweat Juice (2003)