“The biggest insurance company in Australia collapsed in 2001, and there was a royal commission to find out the cause. At the time I was working as a journalist. I’d been getting the itch to write a book, so I decided that I’d become an expert on the subject. Kind of a weird thing to choose, but I wanted to bang a peg in the ground about something. When the book was published, I went to visit the main prosecutor and I noticed a copy sitting on her desk. That made me feel like I’d created something of value. The book was a bit like taking a leak in a dark suit. Not many people noticed, but it left a warm feeling.” (Sydney, Australia)

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Gotta love aussies
@exiguuscamilecuus take this wonderful saying to your homeland.
@khvns posting because we've been asked not to 💀🍻
😂he’s awesome😎
@mimer90 “I wanted to bang the peg in the ground about something “
Does he have puppies on his tie?
@danmporter his description 🤣🤣🤣
@ballerinakay I guess I couldn’t hope for any more with mine... 😆
@danmporter 🤣🤣🤣🤣
@blackjesusinbrissie thank you! Seconded, I def don’t speak like that! 😂😂😂 but i have many lovely baby boomer friends who do!
@richardnetting that expression 👏😂