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Man Who Bought ‘Upper West Side’ Apartment In Melbourne Surprised To Discover His Life Is Still Dull

Australian satireA Melbourne man who recently splashed out on a brand new apartment in the city’s ‘Upper West Side’ complex, says his life is pretty much the same as it was before.

“It was exciting for a while,” the man explained. “I’d grab a bagel in the morning, hail a cab, read the New York Times on my phone on the way to work, duck out for a pastrami sandwich at lunch. I even cut down my annual leave allowance to two weeks. But it was strange because no matter what I did, I was still stuck with this niggling feeling that I still lived in Melbourne”.

He says he’s even dropped the American accent. “What’s the point anymore?”

The man is upbeat about the future though, saying he’s put an offer on an Eifel Tower Apartment in the CBD, “la vie est bonne!” he said.

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2 comments on “Man Who Bought ‘Upper West Side’ Apartment In Melbourne Surprised To Discover His Life Is Still Dull

  1. Pingback: Man Who Bought ‘Upper West Side’ Apartment In Melbourne Surprised To Discover His Life Is Still Dull | OzHouse

  2. Harry Ellison
    January 14, 2014

    Haha is this a joke can’t believe it, may be the man needs to get a life…….Melbourne is great………. yes no NY but if he wants to live like New Yorkers suggests he moves there. UWS complex is Melbourne, Australia and a very good one, I bought into the complex to live in Melbourne! Hello, they call it marketing my friend and who cares. H

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