Highlights of SLFL Melbourne

- There were people dressed as hotdogs

- They talked about the sinkhole incident of last time

- “I thought I was your dad?” - Luke to Michael

- “You’re my only dad” - Michael to Luke

- They didn’t understand why Luke calling himself Michael’s daddy got a reaction

- They couldn’t decide how many shows they had played

- Michael said he’d move to Melbourne and become a hipster

- They yelled at people for dabbing

- They called Melbourne home

- Michael and Luke had a shred-off in Castaway

- We screamed for four and a half minutes before Jet Black Heart

- “I just fucking love you. And I wanna come out there and hug you all but that would take many many days” - Ash

- Checkabahbah in Girls Talk Boys and their falsetto aaaahhh

- Michael debated the stupidness of “y’know what”

- “Does Canada and America count as different [countries]”

- “It’s seeing people like you that remind me why we even stand on this stage”

- The audience flipped off Michael and then he flipped them off back and then he threatened to just end the show then and there

-Calum did a bass solo for no reason. Not in the middle of a song, just in the middle of a talky bit and then played a d and said “just gave them the big old D”

- “You guys are speaking but I’m the only one on the screen.” “Can we get Luke on the screen?” “We don’t have the budget for that” “ We only paid for one cameraman”

- “You’ll see us at the ARIA awards in like 40 years”

- “You’re very inquisitive Luke, let me tell you”

- Ashton came out and took pics of the crowd then a selfie with the crowd

- THEY PLAYED DARUDE SANDSTROM AS THEY WERE LEAVING AGAIN I WAS SO SCARED THAT WAS A ONE TIME THING

“The process of my aerial photography is very opportunistic. There no one photograph I capture where I get a second go, sure I could, however this goes against what I deem a once in a lifetime opportunity. This approach has quickly became a very cathartic method to my camera craft as I propel through space looking down, scouring different elements in the landscape, which I otherwise never would have known existed.”

Moving by Tim Allen (2/4)