Deathbox

Johnny Scrotum from Young White Lesbians has sent in a picture I’ve been meaning to take myself. The Bedford Bowling Club. Nothing like targeting your demographic.

Why do they always take game fees in advance?

Why do they always take game fees in advance?

I preferred their previous sponsor, Deathbox Skateboards.

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7 Responses to Deathbox

  1. Cookster says:

    TLA – as that snappy little number currently airing on a TV ad goes: ‘There’s a time to live, a time to die…’

    I can’t quite recall the company responsible for this abomination, but it would surely qualify for a worst advertising gurnsey.

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  2. Mazarina says:

    reminds me of the over 55s activity centre in Rockingham aptly titled ‘The Autumn Centre’…

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  3. David Cohen says:

    Jack, high on shandy,
    Strokes his huge Greenmaster balls.
    Dobson looks hopeful.

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  4. Vic Demised says:

    A senior eats couch.
    The funeral director
    swoops down from the fence.

    Actually, the lawn bowls demographic is getting younger -and certainly a lot more out there. I live way too close to the Osborne Park Bowling Club, and have had cause to write to the Stirling Council to complain about their members’ noise levels.The sedate ripple of applause of yesteryear has been drowned out by shouted exhortations to ‘crack the bastard’ (still waiting for ‘cunt’ to pass those lips), and general barracking more suited to an AFL game.
    Maybe it was Mick Molloy’s movie, but the most likely explanation for the surge in younger membership is summed up thus: $2 beers.

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  5. Slanderer says:

    Things to do in Bedford when you’re dead.

    (I’ve been dying to say that for ages, yuk yuk.)

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  6. Frank Calabrese says:

    TLA – as that snappy little number currently airing on a TV ad goes: ‘There’s a time to live, a time to die…’

    I can’t quite recall the company responsible for this abomination, but it would surely qualify for a worst advertising gurnsey.

    It’s for Purselowe Funerals – the Company of Choice amongst Italians in the Midland Area :-)

    http://www.purslowefunerals.com.au/driver.asp

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  7. John Forrests Head says:

    I think it’s common practice in the body disposal business. The Eaton bowling club down here has a similar sponsorship banner courtesy of a local mob. Not sure if they offer a discount for club members.

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