Friday, September 19, 2008

Back in the saddle

I promise there will be a lot more noseying in the coming weeks thanks to 2042: Art on the Street. Looks fantastic. There's also a free walking tour showcasing Newtown street art.

I feel particularly sheepish about the lack of updates following this charming little endorsement in The Glebe:


Thanks Bunyip.

So, the sun is shining, the streets are filled with art and I'm back on board. Now all I need is a sex change.

9 comments:

derek said...

Nosey,

Great to hear you're back in the noseying game again, the winter months have crawled by without you.

Is there somewhere down the back streets of Newtown that a quick'n'easy sex change can be arranged?

I think your trans-gender readers would really appreciate such insights.

Dezza

Anonymous said...

Love your work, as always. The people running the 2042 art fest wanted to get in touch with you. Your blog is widely read & well loved.

:)

W

BTW, look out for rather a lot of remotes & mobiles around The Hub!

Chris Bell For Senate said...

i'll swap ya

nailpolishblues said...

I must admit that the 'he' surprised me. I'd always thought you were female.

Mex said...

have you seen the platypus shoes window in king st? i noticed a few TV's as i walked past on sunday.

Anonymous said...

It was actually in The Glebe.

Jonathan Nguyen said...

Hi Nosey

As promised, I introduced you to my readers!

http://www.jonathannguyen.net/2008/09/grassroots-social-media-nosey-in-newtown/

Keep up the good work!

Chris Bell For Senate said...

at first i assumed nosey was male (because it's a cock-centric sort of thing to do), but after a six-pack and a sunday reading the archive i had convinced myself that i had gleaned at least one instance of self-reference framed in the female gender.

of course i might have completely missed the point.

oh.

now i'm just confused.

Ms Unreliable said...

Funny how people seem to assume that if someone is doing something of note, they must be a guy!