“Conniving, Backstabbing Scum!” Margaret Pomeranz Wonderfully Unloads On Luxe Listings Sydney

“Conniving, Backstabbing Scum!” Margaret Pomeranz Wonderfully Unloads On Luxe Listings Sydney
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National icon Margaret Pomeranz has returned with her weekly roasting of crap TV shows, this time giving the easily skewered Amazon Prime show Luxe Listings Sydney her marvellous Movie Show take for the ABC’s The Weekly With Charlie Pickering.

If you missed Pomeranz’s recent brilliant takedown of Byron Baes, relive the glory HERE.

This time around, the movie icon lashes vain and seemingly dim real estate agents charged with flogging Sydney’s high-end real estate listings. And, as you’d expect, the gags practically write themselves.

Pomeranz declares of the agents: “Subverting reputations as conniving, backstabbing scum that you wouldn’t piss on if they were on fire!” It only gets better from there. Check it out below:

 

 

 

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