WENDELL HUSSEY | Cadet | Contact
In a sad state of affairs, tennis fans across the country are grimacing at what lies ahead over the next two weeks.
Fans of the racquet and ball game across the country are doing so after
Only a day old, the majority of the nation is already appalled at how much they know about the upcoming series of the trashy reality show branded as ‘a social experiment.’
“Sweet Jesus,” said Georgia Airth a spokesperson for the nation’s tennis fans last night from her home in Betoota Heights.
“I can’t believe how much I already know about the shit show on screen that is Married At First Sight,” said Airth.
“And, I’ve got another two weeks to go before I can do my best to erase it from my life all together.”
“Muting the ads, doesn’t work. Some always slip through, and once your defences are breached it’s pretty much all over.”
Airth explained however that there was one small positive about Married At First Sight ads.
“Well, at least they aren’t My Kitchen Rules ads.”
“If there is any positive to be drawn from the whole sorry affair, it’s that I don’t have to suffer through a tenth year of MKR hologram ads popping up on Rod Laver Arena.”
“It’s not much, but it’s something.”