Northern Territory News can name the home only in the 15th largest Australian city, but as a dog who is not afraid of a funny German shepherd, the favorite Top End list is set to almost every other city in Australia in spectacular fashion.
In an epic Twitter wandering Wednesday that runs on early Thursday morning, anyone in charge of social media in the journal doubled over the turmoil of other Australian capitals. But mostly Adelaide.
The List, which as news.com.au part of Australia's News Corp., has won numerous awards for its fairly funny titles. It seems he has now set his own perspective on the domain of social media.
In the major cities, so we all know that Darwin shouts (see, they are far away) NT News He went to the city saying his 48,000 Adelaide followers were "THE LARGEST CITY IN AUSTRALIA"; Melbourne was one of "THE BEST", Newcastle was "SH * THOLE", and Perth was actually the right place and claimed is "WHAT IS TASMANIA?".
When some are challenged for what NT News was on a Crusade War to obscure the reputation of any other place outside the territory, the person who wrote claimed at one time that he had just found a random phone that was reported on NT's TV account.
And when the other suggested that Darwin was not so good and beer, in particular, there was garbage, NT News replied that beer was "THE LATEST PHONE DINGO PISS AND BARD TARD CAN CALL."
When someone asked if the social media manager was drunk NT News answered "yes".
Tizz Top End began, as well as many, during the sports match when another city of Alice Springsa appeared in NT, which was supposed to be deprived of the cricket match of the Big Bash League between Adelaide Strikers and Perth Scorchers because the pitch was not scratch.
NT News informed his readers via Twitter that the match will now move to Adelaide.
This information prompted a reader to answer: "How bad are you to be that Adelaide is the preferred option … for anything?"
NT News he was in angry agreement. He replied to the commentator – and only for the good measure was marked by Steven Marshall, the Prime Minister of South Australia – in response: "NO ONE JUST HAVE ANSWERED ABOUT CHOICE, BUT HEDDING HOW OR WHAT?"
And so, he was involved. Growing Adelejans, including NT NewsSister's work in SA advertiser, she criticized her head, but with no effect. For good measure, NT News then he decided to go to every other big city.
The road lasted for about fifteen hours, only stopped on Wednesday morning, when it was exhausted NT NewsIn her Twitter account, she thought, "NIGHT ALL, ONE WAY FORWARD A NEW WORKSHOP."
New tweet appeared this morning NT News & # 39; Twitter account.
"This is the editor who says," OK, you're safe. "