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A boozy Adelaide man has made the executive decision to withdraw $300 from a nearby ATM, just in case he and the boys decide they want to order a few cheap headphones later.
As the afternoon drinks look like they are about to become a lot bigger than initially thought, he makes the executive decision to ensure that he has the cash on him when the topic of buying a few cheap headphones arises.
“Is this bloke selling them for $300?” he asks his mate who has the dodgier connections.
“Yeah $300. Not bad stuff” says his mate.
“Great sound. Real pure”
The rise of young corporates sniffing fat lines of Central American headphones in the bathrooms of Australian pubs has increased in recent months – in a similar vein to the early 2000s trend of burning and inhaling boogie board bags.
“Anyone feels like some tomato tins as well?” asks another bloke.