Can you beat the end of year craziness or do you give up?

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So? Can you beat the end of year craziness or do you give up? I recently spoke to someone in the legal profession who said that employees tend to lose their fucking minds around this time of the year. We all know that, but what I wasn’t aware of, was that people tend to steal a shitload more from and at their workplace over the festive season or in the month that leads up to the big holiday. They take chances and just go for it. No long term plan or putting some thought into the consequences. just fokken zik it! Huh? That can’t be? The person who told me this, deals with shitloads CCMA cases and he said this period is the busiest time of the year for them, because peeps are getting laid off because big bosses don’t want to pay bonuses at the end of the year and then the kak spats orals.

I get that people are gatvol and stressed out but jirre, this stealing alles from work because you feel miff is a new one for me. I guess it makes sense though – we live in good old South Africa. I just always thought that the last two months of the year would be the lekker time of the year to hang around at the work place with most bosses klapping expensive holidays and nobody at your graft to really double check your work or lack thereof. I was always a big fan of disappearing off-season and spending less on a lekker holiday that would otherwise be doos expensive. Also I want to be with less people around me to irritate me on my break. Like, December is chill, so fokof in January when everyone gets back and the work vibe is mental and tense. Do fokol in the chill time and don’t be there when the kak spats. It will just make you fokken crazy!

Almal must just take a deep breath. Go stream some fokken TV or something…

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the Plumlist if you need to just chill the fuck out for a bit. Here is our weekly top 10 to make your search for online streaming entertainment a little bit easier:
#10 Five series that aren’t afraid to show men’s bottoms on internet TV
Tere’s a cheeky twist on our regular weekend binge-watch posts: these are the series rated 18+ that are most likely to feature some gratuitous shots of men’s derrières.
On DStv Now & Showmax
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 #9 Our 5 favourite moments from all five seasons of Ballers
Everyone dreams of being the star athlete, but there’s a lot going on behind the scenes for the men and women who successfully live that dream. For their agents, it’s not just blood, sweat and tears in the gym and on the training field – dealing with demanding sponsors and temperamental clients is harder than being on the field of play.
 On Showmax
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#8 Peaky Blinders Season 5 gets political
The long-awaited fifth season of the British crime drama Peaky Blinders, now on DStv Now, opens in 1929 with the financial crash that crippled the world – the Shelby family included.
 On DStv Now
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 #7 Napoleon Dynamite and more movies with epic dance scenes
We’re square in the middle of Matric Dance season here in South Africa, when teens across the country will be slow-dancing in school halls to whatever the 2019 equivalent of Goo Goo Dolls’ Iris is (we’re revealing our age here, aren’t we?).
On Showmax
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 #6 What to expect from HBO’s Mrs Fletcher, coming soon to SA
The more American content I am exposed to, the more confused I become. Are the characters and situations in movies and series really that far removed from reality?
On Showmax
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 #5 Forest Whitaker on his experience of playing the real-life Godfather of Harlem
Godfather of Harlem is based on the infamous real-life crime boss, Bumpy Johnson, who returns from 11 years in prison to find the neighbourhood he once ruled in shambles.
On Showmax
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 4#Four must-see documentaries to stream in November
Showmax and Netflix have stepped it up this month to bring these gripping documentaries to our screens, exploring everything from veganism to Buddhism, from the nature of evil and the pursuit of justice, to gender politics in the Middle East.
 On Netflix & Showmax
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 #3 LGBTQ+ movies and series to watch online
Showmax has just launched an LGBTQ+ Collection to celebrate love in all its forms, which got us thinking about all the excellent shows featuring queer characters on internet TV. Here’s our pick of the best!
On Showmax 
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 #2 Three reasons to appreciate The Crown Season 3
Season 3 of The Crown dropped on Netflix on Sunday (17 November), and the world went mad Googling to fact-check historical accuracy, and articles warned of spoilers far more than they’ve ever done for fictional series in which we don’t actually know what’s going to happen.
 On Netflix
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 #1 Trackers’ Rolanda Marais on being a mom and loving the Mother City
You could easily Photoshop Rolanda Marais into one of those “If Showmax was a person”-memes because she is the local equivalent of the 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon phenomenon. In fact, the list of local movies and series in which she appears in on Showmax is so long, we’ve posted it separately in the middle of this post.
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Our randomized trailer pick of the week

Each week we take a number from 1 to 10 from our list of suggestions and put it through a randomizer to choose a trailer to show you. This week it landed on our number 7 spot, Napoleon Dynamite!

Napoleon Dynamite is a high school student from Preston, Idaho who lives with his grandmother, his older brother Kip, and their pet llama, Tina. Kip, 32, is currently unemployed and boasts of spending hours in Internet chat rooms with “babes” and training to be a cage fighter; their grandmother leads a secret life involving mysterious boyfriends and quad-biking in the desert. Napoleon daydreams his way through school, doodling ligers and fantasy creatures, while reluctantly dealing with the assorted bullies who frequently torment him. To make himself appear more interesting and dangerous than he is, Napoleon frequently makes up fantastic stories about himself and responds to being questioned with unprovoked anger.

Inspired by a poster at the school dance, Pedro decides to run for class president, pitting him against Summer Wheatley, a popular yet arrogant girl at the school. This is his story:

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