Happy Australia Day Dog T Shirts

With so many grand submissions, I thought I should submit something of my own for Australia Day for a change. May your flags not flag. May your Hahn Ice not turn lukewarm. Gooseberry Hill.

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84 Responses to Happy Australia Day Dog T Shirts

  1. ronggly says:

    There are a couple of immediate worsts here:
    1. Star of David instead of Federation Star
    2. Reflected Southern Cross

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    • Caribou Bob says:

      youse guys! This is clearly a form of free speech, ithe very thing that all them little aussie battlers fighting them wog/leb gangs over in Turkeystan died for. Show the true spirit of patriotism and don’t criticise your country.

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      • skink says:

        an informal survey by the Sunday Times showed that half the people they asked did not know why Australia Day was celebrated on Jan 26

        “er, was it when we became independant?”

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        • skink says:

          Crikey’s first dog on the moon had some good T-shirts that read

          “Be White or Bugger Off”

          and

          “I fear the Unfamiliar”

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        • WAtching says:

          Skinko. Those who were surveyed are almost certainly the same idiots featured here in the last week or so.
          No amount of car flags can make up for a lack of understanding of our national history. It’s a cracking story, so get reading you idiots.

          Not you Greg!

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          • skink says:

            I also liked the column in the West that imagined the First Fleet, the first boat people, being greeted by aborigines wearing T-shirts that said

            ‘fuck off, we’re full’

            with that view that if you are not aboriginal, you are a queue jumper, and their criticism of the alcohol ban and stop-and-search, Teh West is in danger of becoming rational

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  2. Bento says:

    I hope they didn’t take that Southern Cross to their tattooist.

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  3. Bento says:

    Actually, I hope they did.

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  4. monkeypants says:

    dog t-shirts? did you see them tla?

    surely can’t be any more attrocious than dog wet weather gear can they?

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_6IrFPRw_r4Y/SbCvRaAhfWI/AAAAAAAAA34/_f-HnHbqiTU/s1600-h/DogRaincoat.jpg

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  5. flynn says:

    goseberry hill?

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  6. shazza says:

    I have to admit I would be hard pressed to draw an accurate representation of the Australian flag. I always get my southern cross and saucepan mixed up when I star gaze.

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  7. WAtching says:

    Flaf T shirts?

    I was under the impression that the whole day wqas about getting shirtless.

    Aus Flag Dog Bikini-yes
    Aus Flag Dog Cape-yes
    Aus Flag Dog Bowl-yes
    Aus Flag Dog T-shirt?- FOWF

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  8. observing says:

    Every man and his dog wants one.

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  9. Bento says:

    Largely unrelated, but I hadn’t previously noticed the ‘angry lines’ emanating from Sookie’s head. Are they a new addition to make him look even madder?

    http://www.watoday.com.au/opinion/blog/mad-as-hell

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  10. margeryx says:

    Where is everyone? You’re not all waiting to see 1.5 million dollars burn are you?

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    • The young master worst is down there now.

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      • Frank Calabrese says:

        I’ll watch the replay on Ch 7 at 10.30ish – can’t they just show it at the first ad break during Tennis – it is on delay so it won’t affect the flow.

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        • Kristian says:

          Did anyone catch the telecast? Scaffidi reading lines while pretending to look at Fred Ardon’s eerie smiling face was hilarious.

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          • Claireee says:

            …while they pretended it was live despite the fact it was very dark, there were cars moving on Riverside Drive below them and there were NO PEOPLE AT THE PARK?? It was perfect.

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            • Frank Calabrese says:

              No doubt to avoid any fluffing of lines or a drunken she-ra Seven in their wisdom decided to pre-record the intro – I recall when Seven telecast the first ever Skyshow Live – no delayed telecast as there was no night Australian Open games you could hear the TV audio during the simulcast and it wasn’t the athem which everyone knew the lyrics to, but the “Midweek Lotto” Jingle.

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  11. Cimbali says:

    I was worried earlier today that spending Australia day vacuuming and dusting was Un-Australian.

    But actually sucking up hundreds of Daddy-Long-Legs may well constitute a massacre of an indigenous population and therefore….

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  12. skink says:

    which wag at 96FM thought of putting Slim Dusty’s ‘I’d like to have a beer with Duncan’ on the Skyshow soundtrack?

    our little party watching from the balcony (not Juliet) were singing:

    “we’d like to have a beer with Karlo…
    …but Rob Johnson’s…a cunt”

    all together now, with the key change…

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  13. rolly says:

    Poor little darlin’s can’t party without getting pissed.

    Sad bunch.

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  14. shazza says:

    It wasn’t in Hilton was it TLA?

    There was a recent Freo Herald story about a Hilton resident leaving anonymous notes in neighbouring letterboxes imploring them not to encourage the ravens to hang around. Apparently the raven cries were driving this person to insanity.

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  15. Cookster says:

    Heard an interesting take on the ‘fuck off we’re full’ line yesterday – ‘I grew here, you flew here’.

    Aussie, Aussie, Aussie…

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    • Frank Calabrese says:

      I assume that you weren’t picked to serve with 11 other Perthians to assist with the Justice process ?

      Any Court worsts to share ?

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      • Cookster says:

        Frank, alas I missed out on the 2nd ballot process to be included in the final 14, but I did get to hear the clerk of courts – who was quipping with us about how surprised he was that we were all sober after Oz Day – say the words buttocks, vagina and breasts a number of times.

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        • I was away, so I couldn’t do my duty when called. Apparently it is a depressing and disheartening experience. A parade of life’s losers and fuck up artists.

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          • Cookster says:

            I did it 18 months ago. Got a bloke who secretly filmed his best friend’s 14yo daughter while she was using his shower.

            He had a camera set up in the roof space and claimed he was a film maker and wanted to capture vision of himself being stalked and vulnerable in his bathroom.

            Sitting through the footage was quite disturbing to say the least. He went down for 4.5 years.

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          • Cimbali says:

            I did jury duty about 3 years ago. Got a bloke who was fiddling with his grandkids. I think it was the hand made pornographic place mats that did him in in the end.
            Apart from the subject matter it was a really interesting experience to see how the justice system works.

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  16. In our modern day world. We have our own prerogatives, look at those teenagers they can say whatever is in their minds, like when they wear their shout out shirts even if they are silent at times you can read whats on their mind when you look at their shirts.

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  17. You talking about teenage dogs Weddy P? You’re losing me a little.

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