Fuck You, Bitches At The Butcher’s Block.

This week I travelled up to Sydney from my arctic Melbourne home to visit the fam. It was tops! My kids were putting on a show during the entire trip, pretending to be sweet little angels. So I was in …

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23 Comments Add yours

  1. George says:

    Absolutely pissed myself again. Besides my wife you are the funniest person I know. “Fan-wah”. Seriously love these posts

    1. Far Kew says:

      It must be getting cold in Tassie now. Curl up in front of the fire and enjoy the next rant later today.

      1. George says:

        Love love love it. You can come drink our beer anytime you want.

  2. Writehandman says:

    You are exactly what we need in Hornswood, Far Kew. Exactly what we need! Yet another brilliant post.
    Cheers
    Writehandman

    1. Far Kew says:

      Why thank you. Next time I am in Hornswood we must meet over a beer and a conversation with a cockroach!

  3. Chris says:

    The Rooty Hill line is the best.

    My wife’s family live in Mosman and unfortunately we’ve experienced the death stares of the Mosman trophy wives whilst our son wrecks havoc with his $10 raisin toast. Depending on whether we want to revisit the cafe depends on how much I egg him on 😉

  4. Saima Pyke says:

    Oddly, when the 6’4″ muscular father of my kids takes them out to nice cafes they could destroy the place and he gets not so much as a glance from other patrons or staff. If, on the other hand, they do something as outrageous as sing a little song when I am in the same cafe, I get someone asking that I “Please keep that child QUIET”. So…when I am annoyed at a cafe for being snooty one week, I send my children back the next week with their father, so the cafe can appreciate what small children can REALLY be like. Suck it, bitches.

    1. Far Kew says:

      They were not being subtle about their displeasure either. Suck it indeed!

  5. Lani says:

    Far Kew you are RAW! Love it! Haven’t been there yet with my boys but I just might to cause some ruckus ? thanks for a good laugh!

    1. Far Kew says:

      You are welcome party panda.

  6. Georgina says:

    My girlfriend and I argue about how to spell fan-wah! She’s from the north shore and spells it fanois however me, the country girl, spells it the same way as you! Such a funny read, love it. Thank you!

    1. Far Kew says:

      Fanois like chamois? Would that make it fanny?? Haha!!

  7. Viola Nesbitt (Mrs.) says:

    Oh dear, someone looked at you. Diddums. Don’t cry.

    I look forward to reading your column in 30 years when you morph into the elderly cobweb-infested vag that you so deeply despise now.

    Meanwhile take your mobile snotbags to Maccas or a park and let them loose. Read the paper while they do-what-children-do.

    It’s called parenthood and your life is not your own. We’ve all been there, trod the floorboards at 3AM and well over it.

    We pay for peace and quiet, not for your fecking anything-anywhere-anytime ego. And that’s why the flag should stay the same.

    1. Sim Pyke says:

      You are not paying for peace and quiet in a public establishment that serves food to people, you are paying for food and service. If you want peace and quiet go to a library. You are sharing the space with other people who are also paying for that food and service and sometimes those people have children who they are having trouble controlling – perhaps you remember that if you also trod the boards at 3am? Or were your little kiddies always perfect? What those mums need is for you to look at them sympathetically and maybe think of a way you can help, or at least remember that children are independent humans who will chose for themselves if they are going to behave or be dickheads.Mums shouldn’t be forced to always eat McDonalds any more than you should, nor should children for that matter!

  8. Far Kew2 says:

    You honestly sound like the customer from hell.
    If you approach a cafe, read their menu and decide that the food is overpriced, you can decide to not enter the establishment.
    No one is forcing you to be a customer.

    You are deluded and well…let’s face it, a bit of a dick, if you willingly enter a cafe and then be a wanker about the prices.

    If your out of control children smear or fling their fucking food over the table, floor or staff, may I just remind you politely that this makes you a dickhead.

    Take some responsibility for yourself and your children.

    I intended to click on this article, empathise with you about north shore mums, have a chuckle and move on but all I have gathered is that you are the problem here.
    Gross.

    1. Sim Pyke says:

      Or, she could enter the establishment, pay the price on the menu and expect a quality of food and higher level of service commensurate with those prices…like a normal person who arranged to meet up with her friends somewhere and had expected her children to behave, but had to deal with them deciding to instead be jerks. But here is the thing about mums who dare to go out in public with their children not knowing how they may ultimately behave but hoping for the best – if your children are losing it and you are tired, what you need is sympathy and support from the people around you, not filthy looks. I note that she also left with her children when they became too unbearable. Don’t mistake making light of a fraught situation for comedic effect for not really caring about her children’s behaviour in public – most mums are trying their best and judgemental fan-wahs are not helping.

      1. Far Kew says:

        Well said 🙂 And believe me I was armed with pencils, paper, stickers, treats and toys. Sometimes they just don’t want to play nice. We had skipped a nap to see friends and that’s always playing with fire. The thing the cobweb brigade are unaware of is we regularly dine at cafes and are complimented on our children’s behaviour. They are 3 and 1. Give me a fucking break beeeeutches. I wasn’t just sitting there letting them be feral. It wouldn’t be very bloody interesting to write about my kids behaving in a cafe would it? Or maybe I could try and make that funny…..nup. Never going to happen.

  9. Ali says:

    Looks like two of the cashmere old bags commented above
    Bless

    1. VIOLA NESBITT (MRS.) says:

      Someone complaining about someone complaining about someone complaining. Oh the irony.

      And remember the cafes that tried the “kid-free zone”? Oh the outrage.

      But really – having a go at old people? Oh the desperation.

      1. Far Kew says:

        Go get some doodle Viola, unless it’s too dry to get it in there. In which case you’ll need some lube. But don’t use KY, that’s full of endocrine disruptors. Refer to my latest post on Gwyneth and her suggestions for natural lubricants.
        Just because you are old does not give you free reign to “have a go”. If you do not like the blog then go read Take 5 magazine.

  10. Far Koff says:

    Haters, say my name say my name…..

  11. Tania Tarawa says:

    You are a goddess ! I luuurve your style, please keep writing so I can keep laughing. Fuck them bitches !!!

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