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‘If rocking the house is a crime…then let me be guilty’. Not my words, Carol, the words of proto ravecore pioneers Genaside II. We all love a party – or do we?

There always used to be a girl crying on the stairs, who’d drunk too much vodka. Or someone would crap in the bath. What’s the most revolting/hilarious thing you’ve seen at a party? The worst house-trashing you’ve seen?

- This Weeks question from Richard Mcbeef IB

(, Fri 9 Oct 2015, 9:36)
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I was thinking about house trashing parties, as I went to a couple around melbourne in my student days where the whole point of the party was to deliberately trash the house, which don't really count
However, I did go to one party in a house rented by kiwis.
As they didn't have a backyard, for the party the maori blokes had a cut a big hole through the floorboards of the living room with power tools about six foot in diameter, and had dug a pit in the earth below where they'd built a fire pit for a traditional hungi. The hungi was quite tasty, but it struck me that they might have some issues getting their rental deposit back.
(, Thu 22 Oct 2015, 23:30, 2 replies)
wouldnt that cause an issue
with suffocation?
(, Fri 23 Oct 2015, 11:16, closed)
My memory is a liitle hazy, but I believe there were no fatalities. Perhaps they had the windows open?
It takes about six hours, so i wasnt there for the initial fire, just the digging up and eating bit
(, Mon 26 Oct 2015, 2:18, closed)

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