No Stopping

This was a premature OZ Day celebration from Bobby of Maylands, but I hope to have some more shots from the celebrations. Anyone who got shots of vomiting, fighting, or outdoor copulation, send them in, even  if involves you. I like the no stopping in this one. That’s the true Australian spirit, drink then defy authority.

Rampant nationalism

Rampant nationalism

Bobby of M says,

hello worst of perthers,
i snapped this picture of a gent in east perth near the commonwealth bank who must have been a bit tired and needed a lie down. i think it may have had something to do with the can of fizzy drink that was resting between his legs. maybe he was diabetic, and was having a hypoglycemic episode, as a result of too much fizzy drink.

either way, i think it’s a worst.

Thanks B.

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25 Responses to No Stopping

  1. Grrr says:

    I don’t recognise the can.
    I’m guessing a can of imported European beer from the BWS on 8th Ave. And perhaps a carton of Benson and Hedges in his shopping bag.

    Clearly a cricket fan.

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  2. poor lisa says:

    Paralytic on exotic beer. A much more satisfied customer than the beer festival goers then and a perfect Australian.

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  3. Bill O"Slatter says:

    Minutes earlier : ” Give me a hi-five or fight you un-Australian bastards , Oo a feel a little sleep comin on , I think I’ll have a sleep where I stand “………snoring noises

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  4. Groucho says:

    I think it has more to do with his passion for whoreticulture and his fetish for looking at the underneath of shrubbery leaves

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  5. Ljuke says:

    It’s “Amsterdam”, I believe.

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  6. Bill O"Slatter says:

    It improveth the performance , increatheth the desire and make ugly girls look good so come and get some of this chop ladeez.

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  7. Bento says:

    That gravel verge looks almost as downy-soft and inviting as the bathroom tiles I’ve been known to kip on, after a few Amsterdams.

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  8. scaffyha says:

    Everyone knows the kerb makes an excellent head rest. This is obviously the mans first attempt.

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  9. Rolly says:

    I think that you got confused over the signpost, TLA.
    Shouldn’t it be “NO STANDING” ?

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  10. mogan says:

    Ljuke is right – it is Amsterdam and Amsterdam is far from exotic beer. It’s cheap and nasty. A four pack of those tall 500mL cans sets you back about $9-10.

    Similar cans often get left in my fridge by cheap visitors and remain there for months. months!

    ooooh yeah!

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  11. skink says:

    have you blurred the guy’s shoes as well as his face?

    is this to prevent his shoes being identified?

    was this an example of your sole discretion?

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  12. Yes his shoes and shirt were indentifiable. No-one wants to be known as an Amsterdam swilling street snoozer.

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  13. Bento says:

    Since when are KT26s identifiable? They seem to be the footwear du jour for street snoozers, as far as I can tell.

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  14. skink says:

    perhaps it is just another poor sandgroper confused by daylight saving.

    someone wake him up in time for the referendum.

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  15. It’s you Bento? I always thought you were a Speights and Adidas Rome man?

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  17. Frank Calabrese says:

    Speaking of Australia Day, here is how Ch 7 covered the lead up to Skyshow and a live cross to Jeff Newman at Kings Park doing the weather.

    NB, not my video, Cartman’s site has many Perth media clips, including bloopers.

    http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=_rk3xTWSDos

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  18. Bento says:

    As a card-carrying Metrocentric Twat (TM), it can be nothing less than Hoegaarden and Gazelles for me.

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  19. Well you can still go the Romes. Considered quite stylish these days.

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  20. Bento says:

    One of my life’s greatest regrets is that my feet were too small for Romes while they were still cool (original cool, not ironic cool) – I had to stick with Campus, which didn’t have the blue bit along the side of the sole. But at least they weren’t crappy Firenze – those kids got teased until they developed eating disorders.

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  21. poor lisa says:

    Consider yourself privileged bento. On the eastern side we had to make do with Grosbys.

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  22. Bento says:

    I guess this is the bit where Rolly tells us he had to make do with cardboard boxes filled with broken glass.

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  23. hovean says:

    I was obviously more east than you poor lisa – Dunlop volleys were considered fairly grouse.

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  24. Rolly says:

    Shoes? For children?
    Don’t be so ridiculous.
    I had my first pair when I finally got to high school:
    Hand-me -downs from my elder brother, repaired with bits of leather from a found handbag and resoled (many times) with rubber tread from old tyres/
    Aye, we had lots of things in them days……….

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