ANYONE not following the NSW Police Force Facebook page is missing out on some quality entertainment.
Parade has long thought the page, while very informative, is one of the funniest social media pages there is.
The latest example of this was Wednesday last week, when the police posted a seemingly normal caption.
"Police at Nyngan had to issue a 'move-on' direction to this ouchball earlier in the week. Luckily full compliance was achieved, and both parties went safely on their way," the post read.
Attached to the post was a photo of a police car near a tiny echidna on the road.
In another post, the police also poked fun at the drama going on in the online beauty community between James Charles and Tati Westbrook.
The page posted an image of the now-infamous 'Bye Sister' video, superimposing a texting and driving photo on a YouTube screen with the words "An apology video won't get you out of this one".
Adding to the fun, they used the hashtags #ByeSister #ByeLicence #SisterFined and #LicenceIsShook.
Given how tough and serious a job policing can be, Parade loves that the NSW Police Force can still have a sense of humour.
A strange sound brought joy
NOT long after waking up on Sunday, Parade heard a strange noise that made her pause.
It was like a tapping on the roof tiles, which then proceed to tap on the brick paths around her home.
What could it have been?
Parade hardly recognised it - and could barely believe that it was real - but it was the sound of rain.
All kidding aside, Parade was overjoyed that rain had finally come down over Bathurst, even if it wasn't very much.
A look at the forecast also shows that the rain is meant to keep up, which is good news considering the predictions looked much less promising just a few days ago.
There is meant to be about three millimetres of rain on Monday and four on Wednesday.
It's not much, but it's better than the two weeks of no rain at all Bathurst has just experienced.