Dulux Identify World’s Palest Shade Of White After Bill Shorten’s Appearance On NOVA

Dulux Identify World’s Palest Shade Of White After Bill Shorten’s Appearance On NOVA

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What will back the rendered brick walls of suburban Australian McMansions be wearing next year? The shade of the near-future is a muted neutral-white, according to iconic paint company Dulux.

The company has declared that the newest colour identified by their scientists is known as Bill ShortenTM, a name meant to evoke a wider theme: the concept of carrying on like the whitest man on the planet while on NOVA with Fitzy and Whippa.

According to the paint brand, when times get tough, we make absolute fools of ourself and in turn ridicule another culture with freestyle rap video, alongside Ray Hadley – while mimicking black Americans in half-hearted sportswear.

This comes as Opposition leader Bill Shorten failed to go viral on Fitzy and Wippa’s weekly rap battle this morning. In his ‘freestyle’ rap, the Labor MP managed to make Turnbull’s appearance on the Project look like ABC Radio.

“It was appalling. Simply disgusting” says Liberal cabinet minister and staunch hip hop fan, Christopher Pyne.

“When will Australian people stop laughing at hip hop. It’s an art not a punchline for radio hosts”

“As a proud South Australian, I am very honoured to say I come from the same region as the Hilltop Hoods – where we respect hip hop”

“What Bill Shorten did was not far from Chris Lilley’s $mouse character in his worst ABC season”

Next week, The Betoota Advocate will be hosting a panel show in Sydney’s Newtown on ‘Betoota VS Aussie Hip Hop’ – all locals are encouraged to join as we talk to Rappers Joyride, 24 Karat Kev and DJ FlexMami about everything in this article. GO HERE for more details:

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