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The awkward contest was laughed off by hosts Samantha Amytage and 'Kochie' with the entire panel showing signs of desperation for the segment to be over.We want men to feel confident to pursue whatever type of connection they want,” Ollie’s Chappy co-founder Jack Rogers says.“Empowering the gay community and creating a safer space for gay men to make genuine connections whether they are looking for their Mr. Right Now, That’s why we’ve created Chappy.” One thing’s for sure – if the app can pull in a user base with half as much jaw-line as was on show last Thursday, you’re in for a treat indeed…The 29-year-old’s latest venture, backed by the creators of Bumble, is billed as a “new chapter in gay dating”, changing up the online dating game for boys who like boys by offering users the ultimate control over what kind partner – or, erm, encounter – they are looking for depending on their mood.There were certainly plenty of eligible gents at Thursday night’s launch party, where guests enjoyed cocktails to the pulsing sounds of DJ Jodie Harsh and a stonking live set by rising British pop singer KStewart.Tensions were rife on Tuesday morning's Sunrise program when long-time news presenter Natalie Barr and stand-in sports reporter, Mel Mc Laughlin, engaged in a heated debate over children's sport.
The feud begun when the discussion turned to which game was preferred among children out of cricket and basketball.
Like previous generations.' Her opponent attempted to explain how changes in game structure had encouraged children to get back into cricket.'I think different competitions have changed, I think the shorter form has got them back on board,' she proposed.
Mr Barr remained skeptical; referring back to her own experiences as a mother.'Disagree,' she said, before adding: 'because I'm surrounded by kids who love basketball.' 'But they gotta go to the games, they gotta wear the jerseys and they...
While Ms Barr was quick to the defend the rising popularity of basketball, Ms Mc Laughlin made no secret of her opposing opinions.
A resounding 'ohhhhh' from co-host David Koch was a clear sign of rising tension between the two women.
'OK, cool, no, at grass roots level it (basketball) has fantastic numbers, they just need to convert it,' Ms Mc Laughlin refuted.