Good (and bad) food is a weirdly essential part of Australian democracy –
but politicians need to be wary, as history shows.
Bill Shorten has a funny way of eating a sausage, sideways.
“The taste of democracy”
– Bill Shorten gets into his election day sausage + onion + tomato sauce in bread roll pic.twitter.com/c9j2POGZEj
— Alex Ellinghausen (@ellinghausen) July 1, 2016
Why the angry face ScoMo?
— Brett Debritz (@debritz) November 6, 2018
I have no clue what she’s scoffing down but I definitely don’t want one!
— Manfred Rosenberg (@4PawShop) April 14, 2019
Don’t know what possessed Tony Abbott to bite into a raw onion like that … can’t imagine anyone would’ve wanted to kiss him after that.
Our former Prime Minister Tony Abbott eating a raw onion like it was an apple was a classic! pic.twitter.com/O7d6q1uccO
— Fiona Bateman (@feebateman) February 11, 2019
Clearly Clive Palmer can have his cake and eat it too.
— John, Johnsonson (@JohnJohnsonson) November 14, 2014
Tony Abbott has an affinity for eating raw onion and I don’t think I’ll ever be able to understand it.
— David Marler (@Qldaah) November 26, 2016
Let’s just collectively agree that we NEVER want to see Tony Abbott eating in public again.
— Nine News Australia (@9NewsAUS) August 12, 2015
How bloody Un-Australian!!!
— Jess McGuire (@jessmcguire) July 27, 2018
Biting into raw onions must be a Liberal thing.
Mum: If your friend ate a raw onion would you do it?
— Stephen (@TheAviator1992) April 14, 2019