Presenting Your New Presenter: ROBBIE

By Christian Gallen

January 27 2017

Alright class we have a new person joining us. His name is Robbie and I want you all to make him feel welcome

ROBBIE (4)

He’s as comfortable on stage as he is in a furry jacket. And that’s saying something. Look how happy he is in that fabulous red carpet survival coat. Robbie is our newest recruit for 2017 and so we want the world to get to know the man beneath the fleece. So we have asked him some questions which he promised to answer honestly otherwise he’s on dishes.

Why do you want to be an Attitude presenter?
Apparently I talk too much… Attitude lets me talk about all the good stuff and make a difference, so now I don’t have to keep promoting my inspirational Tumblr account.

What Attitude topic would you have loved to hear as a student?
The one about social media, could never get enough likes.

What’s your most embarrassing moment at school?
Probably that time I tucked my shirt into my UNDIES in front of my whole class. Good day to wear my yellow, satin, dinosaur boxers.

What are you better at than anyone else?
Karaoke, I’m really good at terrible singing.

The only job better than an Attitude presenter would be…?
If I wasn’t doing this I would probably be a professional hockey player in the NBA.

If you had a theme song you could walk out onto stage to… what would it would be?

The Final Countdown, *clears throat* “ bana banda…. Bana bandadda.. bana banda…. Bana bandada..”

If you could join a reality tv show family who would it be?
I would make a fabulous Kardashian, plus the free Yeezys would do it for me.

What TV show competition do you think you could win?
I was always disappointed that I could never be a gungepants contestant on What Now.

You can tell that Robbie is going to be an absolute natural at Attitude. He’s passionate about furry fashion and inspiring young people. Two important things you need to succeed in the ‘external health education provider’ game.



Christian Gallen

Christian Gallen joined the Attitude team in July 2009 after completing a BA in Te Reo Maori. Christian’s performance and speaking ability has been honed through his involvement in various bands and speaking engagements.


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