Yes, the f***wits are back on our screens. Those boofheaded jokers pretending to be men of the people. In reality, representing corporate bookies fleecing us of our money. The punt has become a major revenue stream for global corporations. Australians waste more money on the punt than most other nations. Australia has the highest rate of gambling per population in the world. Blokes doing boofy stunts on screens to charm the dosh from your pockets and into the coffers of corporate gambling behemoths. Hey buddy, the jokes on you. These companies are coming for Australians because we have a reputation of fools and their money being easily parted.
Sport’s Betting F***wits Promoting The Punt
One international corporate bookie is paying a giant American basketball legend with the big bucks they reap from all your losses. How funny is that? Stupid Aussies are just so funny. Yanks fleecing the dumb locals is a well-trodden path. Ask yourself how these corporate bookies can afford to advertise so often on our screens. Who do you think is paying for all this screentime? The losing punter pays, so there must be big time losses across the board.
Gambling Ads Flooding Back On Our Screens
Inebriated Aussies on the punt, sports betting their hard earned money away. It’s a cultural thing mate. Our democracy gives us the right to punt our money down the drain. It is a working person’s right to flush funds into the pokies at an alarming rate. Come on Aussie, come on. The f***wits are back on our screens. Funny blokes finding your funny bone to free the cash from your grip. The internet and the app on your phone makes it much easier to lose more money quicker. How funny is that!
Good times are better when you can blow your hard earned dollars at the same time. Sporting contests are keener when you have money on the line. Vampire corporate bookies have their fangs into the NRL and AFL. Indeed, they have their teeth into all sports across the nation. Sport is all about the punt mate!
“So, $225 billion spent on gambling in one year. That’s nearly three times as much as total government spending in 2019. It’s also more than the GDP of Morocco. Averaged out across all 19.75 million Australians aged over 18 (based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data), this works out to be $11,525 per capita!”
Times are tough with inflation high and the cost of living at record levels. Interest rates are shooting up. Rents are at record highs. Food is bloody expensive. Energy costs for power and fuel are only going up. Stop wasting your money on the punt. Now is not the time to be losing your money on the punt.