Cross My Palm

Ransacking the TWOP image folders for something Jesus carking compliant for Easter, when I remembered this. Nearly every time I have stopped outside an ugly church it has been a Uniting Church. A Uniting Church utilising glass bricks no less should have been a disaster, but this one in Busselton not too bad. In case it was not worst enough, I have included another shot from last time I was in Busselton. Dude, you’re driving a Toyota. Maybe no-one has pointed out that it’s not a Kenworth.

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About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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10 Responses to Cross My Palm

  1. Nettie says:

    No, I think that church is definitely a ‘worst’ but then again, being an atheist I think the majority of churches fall into that category!

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  2. Anonymous Perthon says:

    So, is that the priests car – I havent seen many uniting church company cars is it typical?

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  3. CK says:

    That top pic is a crematorium, right? Could this be a little bit of Auschwitz in Busselton?

    I might just say that the brickwork looks a bit ropey. Uniting Church volunteers have much to answer for.

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  4. The Intellectual Bogan says:

    Does the rising sun shine through the glass bricks on a particular religious festival day?

    Or do they act as a lens, to allow the sun to incinerate evildoers?

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  5. Anonymous Perthon says:

    Mr Bogan, if your theory were true do you think the lens would have let LA survive the photo shoot?

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  6. On the solstice every thousand years the rays will iluminate a Busselton virgin.

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  7. Frank Calabrese says:

    [On the solstice every thousand years the rays will iluminate a Busselton virgin.]

    Personally selected by the local Member of Parliament who has been mentioned quite often here :-)

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  8. If it’s cloudy, you may not see a Busselton virgin for 2 or three thousand years. Like Bunbury.

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  9. The Legend 101 says:

    Try Our Ladys Aussumption church now that is the worst.

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