Article Title:From the sidelines
Category:Events
Author or Credit:GayNZ.com
Published on:22nd March 2011 - 09:59 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:10124
Text:The action on and off the field kept GayNZ.com endlessly busy at the Outgames and put us in a position to overhear some pretty darn hilarious things. Here is the best of what we heard and saw. Outgames logistics guy Hamish Allardice on the megaphone at the Parade of Nations: “Now does anybody need to know anything else? Can I help anybody else out with anything else? Does anybody need anything else?” Smart arse Aussie “Yeah, your number.” The uncomprehending look on a Samoan fafafine's face when she was told two Nepalese visitors had never before seen the ocean. Tipsy Irish guy excited about karaoke on St Patricks Day at S GayNZ.com - 22nd March 2011    
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