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Low life

Call myself a Low life? You lot put me to shame

Your entries to the ‘drunkest I’ve ever been’ contest make me feel sober and upright by comparison

6 June 2015

9:00 AM

6 June 2015

9:00 AM

The entries are crawling in on their hands and knees for the ‘drunkest I’ve ever been’ competition to win a place at the launch party for the Low life column collection. Gawd. Reading your accounts makes me feel as sober and upright by comparison as a sidesman in the Dutch Reformed Church, and that I have the Low life position on this magazine under false pretences.

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