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One Milne Bay kedu was wondering why there were many size 28 people carrying their flags on Saturday in the nation’s capital. Her besty at the betel nut market had to step in and tell her that it was her provincial day celebration.
Exposed on Facebook
A brother and sister ditched their other sister and attended the Milne Bay Day celebrations. But the siblings’ secret outing was exposed when relatives posted their size 28 pictures on Facebook the same day. Oops!
Stain path
The new footpath along the Waigani section of the Poreporena Freeway in the nation’s capital is already yuk with betel nut stains. The biggest nation in the Pacific yet we cannot take pride in our own city.
Pet care
The number of homeless cats and dogs in PNG is continually growing as a result of irresponsible pet ownership and unrestricted breeding practices. By spaying and neutering your pet, you will be doing your part to reduce the homeless pet population.
Savage Granny
In a gallery collated by Go Social, internet users from across the world shared their grandmothers’ most savage comments. One contributor said; “My grandma keeps a fully loaded mini pistol in her purse in case of emergency.” Now that’s one granny you wouldn’t want to mess with.
Top quote
“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart”- Late Nelson Mandela

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