Eddie Cull suffering lead singer’s disease?

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█ Urban Dictionary: lead singer’s disease

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2 responses to “Eddie Cull suffering lead singer’s disease?

  1. Elizabeth

    NZ Food and Grocery Council chief executive Katherine Rich, formerly of Dunedin, slammed the idea.

    ### ODT Online Wed, 11 Mar 2015
    Council mulls sugary drinks ban at venues, events
    By Vaughan Elder
    Sugary drinks could be off the menu at Forsyth Barr Stadium, with the Dunedin City Council investigating the possibility of banning them at its venues and events. […] If the Southern District Health Board, Public Health South and Otago Dental School supported such a policy, the issue would be taken back to the council for consideration.
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  2. Calvin Oaten

    “Council mulls sugary drinks ban at venues.” Dave says, “the council is at the early stages of such a policy”. So he mulls on. Reminds me of ‘mulled wine’ which is basically red wine rapidly heated with a red hot poker sitting around the open fire. Quite pleasant from memory. Perhaps Dave could try the ‘hot poker’, up the nether regions, might bring some sense to his ramblings.

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