the melBourne Identity

Currently getting lost in Melbourne to find myself. All things homosexual, hedonistic and hard liquor.

A bit techy at times, periodically political, more-than-averagely-angsty with occasional overshares of 'orniness but that's me, I'm afraid.
beyonce:

Melbourne, Australia October 2013
Photographed by Rob Hoffman

beyonce:

Melbourne, Australia October 2013

Photographed by Rob Hoffman

Melbourne’s Remote Control Tourist: It’s a Wrap

spoopytwink:

I’ll be in Melbourne in a month. Who wants to show me gorgeous clothes and pretty boys??? thx

Anybody keen to show around another visitor around our lovely city? xH

(Source: pastytwink)

#Winter in #Melbourne

#Winter in #Melbourne

http://www.theage.com.au/business/markets/aussie-burger-buyers-abandoning-mcdonalds-20130724-2qi3w.html

This is very good news. McDonalds needs to realise that sales aren’t declining because ‘the economy has worsened’ (21 years of uninterrupted economic growth) or because ‘youth unemployment is around 25.5%’ (the most recent statistics from May put it at 11.6% - one of the lowest in the world) - McDonalds is losing money because Australians have the options and the money to buy better food. This is a great sign for the Australian hospitality and small business sector. McDonalds has capitalised off the urban poor and the competition/nutrition-starved consumer for far too long. 

Kudos to you Australia.