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THE Melbourne Cup has not failed to live up to its reputation for drunken debauchery, Instagram snaps drunk girls and boys of Melbourne Cup The $100 million party that we call
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THE Melbourne Cup has not failed to live up to its reputation for drunken debauchery, with revellers flashing their undies, falling over and brawling on the grass.
Leave the drunk girls at Melbourne Cup alone.
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Drunk Girls of the Melbourne Cup promised yesterday to celebrate “the young fillies and colts that love to party at the Melbourne Cup,” and boy did they deliver. While we can’t confirm that any of the people in the photographs are drunk, they all …
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Dressed Up & Drunk as Fuck at the Melbourne Cup - YouTube
Drunk Girls of the Melbourne Cup promised yesterday to celebrate “the young fillies and colts that love to party at the Melbourne Cup,” and boy did they deliver. While we can’t confirm that any of the people in the photographs are drunk, they all appear to be filled with the spirit of …
Melbourne Cup 2018: Drunk racegoers across Australia
By EM RUSCIANO. Let me be perfectly clear about something. If you go to a huge, nationally-televised public event teeming with media, drink 57 breezers in 27-degree heat, take a nap in a garden bed and then end up on an Instagram account called “Drunk Girls of Melbourne Cup“, that is called ‘consequences’. Not ‘being victimised’. Let me explain.
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Even if youre not a fan of the races, Melbourne Cup day always provides the goods when it comes to drunk and disorderly punters. Take a look at the best ones from 2018.
Em Rusciano on the Drunk girls of Melbourne Cup Instagram
I reckon it’s time we just leave the drunk girls at Melbourne Cup alone. At 18, I attended my first Melbourne Cup in a skintight, strapless, white minidress; paired with stratospherically high shoes, no underwear, and a complete lack of confidence. I was young, shy, intimidated, and by way of association, mercilessly drunk.