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Snoop Wogg? We ask leaders the (un)important questions

THE skivvy could be the next big thing in fashion if Greens leader Snoop Wogg has anything to do with it.

Shorty prefers the round neck for his casual attire and, let's be honest, Malcy Malc probably doesn't like anything without a tie.

But these boys would love to give the Queen more time with her grandchildren through Australia becoming a republic.

Below you'll find some useless pop culture and lifestyle trivia posed to the leaders of Australia's main political parties in the middle of a serious election campaign.

Scoff if you must, but these responses help reveal whether the wannabe prime ministers are on fleek - cool people speak for "on point".

While the Labor and Greens leaders jumped on board to lighten the mood for you, the Coalition leader did not respond despite numerous opportunities.

So our in-house psychics have predicted Malcy Malc's answers.

 

1.       What would your name be if you were a rapper?

Greens leader Richard Di Natale:  Snoop Wogg

Labor leader Bill Shorten: Shorty just edges out Shorten Sweet.

Not the real Coalition leader Malcolm Turnbull*: Malcy Malc and the Turny Bulls
 

Snoop Dogg
Snoop Dogg BANG Showbiz

 

2.       What present would you give the Queen for her 90th?

Di Natale: An Australian republic - One less country to rule, give her a bit more free time with George & Charlotte.

Shorten: I would like to lighten her workload by seeing Australia become a republic.

Not the real Turnbull: I prefer to focus on the things that will make this country great, like the economy and political stability.

 

Alan Jones
Alan Jones Kevin Farmer

 

3.       Who would you prefer to be interviewed by: Kyle Sandilands or Alan Jones?

Di Natale: Do they do interviews? They sound more like monologues. 

Shorten: You may have heard that Kyle Sandilands has said that he will be voting for Labor at the election for the first time in a long time which I don't think Alan will be doing, so I'll have to say Kyle.

Not the real Turnbull: I think Alan looks better in a tie, so we do see tie to tie.

 

4.       Who would win in a fight: Chris Hemsworth's Thor or Hugh Jackman's Wolverine?

Di Natale: Wolverine, as long as the Adamantium is sustainably produced and the emissions offset.

Shorten: Jackman's Wolverine.

Not the real Turnbull: Although Wolverine's healing powers would be handy in modern Australian politics, being an Asgardian prince would have been a far more convenient way of coming to power.
 

 

 

5.       Darren Lockyer, Mal Meninga, Norm Provan or Ron Coote for the next NRL Immortal?

Di Natale: Mal Meninga. Only because of his political career and resignation speech.  

Shorten: Norm Provan

The real Turnbull (in April): I think as we all know, and I say this as a former mediocre rugby player, AFL is the most exciting football code.

 

6.       Who will win the AFL Grand Final this year?

Di Natale: The Tigers. I live in hope.

Shorten: Unfortunately, it won't be Collingwood. My best hope will be watching North Melbourne or Hawthorn on a black and white TV. Maybe Geelong.

Not the real Turnbull: The Roosters. Oh, um, I mean the Sydney Swans.

 

7.       My Kitchen Rules or MasterChef?

Di Natale: Masterchef because of Matt Preston. The cravat is only one step away from the skivvy. 

Shorten: Both great shows, but I'll go for Australia's best cooking show, Kitchen Cabinet.

Not the real Turnbull: I prefer to focus on the things that will make this country great, like the economy and political stability.

 

Australia's Dami Im performs the song ''Sound of silence' during a dress rehearsal for the second semifinal at the Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Sweden, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Australia's Dami Im performs the song ''Sound of silence' during a dress rehearsal for the second semifinal at the Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Sweden, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner) Martin Meissner

 

8.       Should Dami Im have won Eurovision?

Di Natale: Yes. She was robbed

Shorten: Absolutely.

Not the real Turnbull: Who cares about Europe these days?

 

9.       What is the weirdest thing you have seen on the campaign trail?

Di Natale: Some of the Daily Telegraph's front pages 

Shorten: I've been sung to in the streets of Western Sydney, taught how to 'dab' in Drummoyne, but my favourite moment came in Adelaide when I met Margo.

Not the real Turnbull: Journalists who don't want to focus on the things that will make this country great, like the economy and political stability.

 

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Cathy Adams

 

 

 

10.   Round, V, or Polo neck?

Di Natale: Skivvy. The critics will be eating their words soon. 

 Shorten: I'd have to go for the comfort of a round neck.

Not the real Turnbull:  Can you wear a tie with those?

 

11.   Lannister, Stark or Targaryen?

 Di Natale: The Starks are very focused on the changing climate, as are we. 

 Shorten: Stark.

Not the real Turnbull: Although I once found Daenerys Targaryen's quest to reclaim her throne a compelling one, I must admit to being a fan of Jamie "The Kingslayer" Lannister.

 

Nikolaj Coster as Jaime Lannister in Game of Thrones. Photo courtesy of Showtime publicity website. STV.
Nikolaj Coster as Jaime Lannister in Game of Thrones. Photo courtesy of Showtime publicity website. STV. Showtime

 

 

12.   Say something genuinely nice about another party leader.

 Di Natale: Neither of them is Tony Abbott

Shorten: Malcolm is very eloquent.

Not the real Turnbull: At least the others were polite enough to answer your questions.

 

 *Answers are satire/pretend


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