The Bog Standard

Continuing reader submissions today. It’s all been of such quality so far that I feel comfortable going all toilety on your arses today.

First time submitter Poni likes the way this Exmouth toilet has been given such a friendly caring personality. I’m wondering why it wasn’t given a name. “G’day, I’m Bluey, your bush loo. Please keep the door closed while parking your breakfast.”  And can’t the bowl be moistened “naturally”? Is anyone really going to stuff around with brush water? Thanks Pone. John Williamson might have penned a song “Hey Bush Loo…” or even “It’s raining on the rock…”

And Anonymous Perthon is “fucking outraged” (a rather overcooked emotion here at TWOP) that a 7 month old was charged $10 for the use of these facilities at Kidzland in Bayswater. (Looks like a $3 toilet experience to me.)

And those following the excellent Beaufort Street Bloggers’ rampage through Beaufort Street eateries, (Reminding me a little of 曹操’s cunning, daring and blood soaked campaigns in Northern China), may have seen their condemning of the bog at The Peking Restaurant. Yes, it’s bad, but having used toilets in Beijing myself I’m inclined to cut it some slack. No excuse for the food though. Click the photo to check out the dragon counter too.

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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2 Responses to The Bog Standard

  1. Tony T says:

    Are the American servicemen still at Exmouth? Maybe they need instructions about what to do in Aussie dunnies.

    Hold those “jokes” about water direction. You know that’s a myth, right?

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  2. Snuff says:

    As Menstrual as Anything once sang; wouldn’t try to explain …

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