Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Auckland Bloggers Bar Bash (B3) this Thursday!

It looks to me like this Thursday is the first Thursday of the month, which means it’s time for Bloggers Drinks! For the monthly Bloggers Bar Bash(B3) at Galbraith’s, Mt Eden!

So: B3, be free, be there!

It’s the event for bloggers and blog readers to leave their guns at the door, let their hair down, and take the grrr out of bloggrrrs.  And you just never know who’s going to show up.

“Wouldn’t miss it for the world!” Lady Gaga said about something else.

“Ecstasy!” Phil Goff did not say.

“I’m going outside for a cigarette,” Judith Collins might have said.

“It’s the second-most arresting thing I attend,” Cameron Slater probably would say, but hasn’t yet.

Past blogging celebrities in attendance include bloggers and blog readers from Annie Fox, Barnsley Bill, Beretta, The Fairfacts Media Show, Stephen Franks, Garfield Herrington, Bernard Hickey, Cactus Kate, Kiwiblog, MandM, No Minister, Not PC, Roar Prawn, Lolly Scramble, SOLO, State Highway One, Whale Oil and WHOAR! … though this last one didn’t stay around too long.

So get ye there and buy your favourite blogger(s) a drink.  ;^)

What: Auckland Bloggers Drinks
This Thursday 1 July from 6.30pm
Galbraiths, 2 Mt Eden Road, Mt Eden, Auckland
Who for: Bloggers, blog readers, blog trolls.


  1. I've never been to one of these before. Are there any good looking women who attend the Auckland regular B3? I would be keen to join if there are nice looking women there to chat-up, rather than chatting up that nutter at posts at Kiwiblog call Phil Ure, which I've read that he's a regular there at the Auckland B3.

  2. @Cassanova: Well, you wouldn't have a chance to chat Phil up anyway, because when he does turn up it's always impossible to get a word in anyway.

    I'm sure however that when Auckland's blog-reading teens, MILFs and cougars hear that you'll be there on Thursday, they'll be turning out in their droves to meet up.

    Just make sure you leave some for the rest of us. ;^)


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