Weekend Worstoff 70

Just a few for this worstoff, as I need to get my artwork together for the live Worst of Perth show on Thursday.  It’s Perth Comedy Lounge Charles Hotel North Perth Call John 9309 1139 for booking or details. $15. Doors open at 7pm, and the show starts at 8. You can just show up, but if you want a specific table, ring John. You can also book tickets at BOCS 9484 1133

Now, to the Weekend Worstoff…

Jeff saw some erotic content in Domino cheese sticks. this week. Really Jeff? Thanks for that.

dominos

Rolly saw this Volvo parking in Scarborough. Finally The Cranky R does have something to be righteously angry about.

volvorollyAnother from Snuff’s QLD visit, a truly worst worthy front garden in Mossman.

week70fenceOK, building my powerppoint for the show. Worst well.

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47 Responses to Weekend Worstoff 70

  1. Rolly says:

    Cranky R TLA ??

    Sounds like the name of a Wild West Ranch.

    I might even change my ‘Nick’ to suit.

    Maybe.

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  2. Bento says:

    I don’t think I’ve seen two fugglier mermaids. Are they from Belmont?

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  3. Frank Calabrese says:

    Check out a young Baby John Burgess introducing a Yong Bon Scott & The Valentines from 1969.

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  4. monkeypants says:

    hey, from memory, those mermaids are one of the better things about mosman besides the gorge :)

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  5. xald says:

    The beer cans as handles on the fence just make that garden.

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  6. skink says:

    I see that Inside Cover gave your gig a plug today, which was thoroughly deserved.

    Broadfield suggests that your nickname for him is ‘Old Silverback’

    I could not recall that epithet ever being used, but a search showed it to have been used once. Usually he is referred to by variations on ‘useless cunt’ and ‘pretentious twat’.

    he also suggests that he hopes you will direct attention away from The West and onto La Chong, She-Ra and Lannie MacTiernan.

    again, I cannot recall Lannie getting much stick from here. I always thought she was a bit of a favourite.

    I note that the SW Highway Mandurah Bypass is now a month late opening since a change in Government. Not on her watch.

    She is completely hatstand, but in my opinion, she is definitely Not Worst

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  7. skink says:

    he also seems not to have noticed that you are rather sweet on the Council House Cougar

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  8. I was reading UWA’s Pelican the other day. Two students interviewed She-Ra and they ALSO got cufflinks. Fucking. Outrage.

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  9. skink says:

    I got a pair of Parliament House cufflinks off Fred Riebling.

    politicians and cufflinks, it’s a fucking disease.

    nobody wears shirts with collars any more, let alone french cuffs. Join the twenty first century FFS. Give away something the kids might appreciate, such as a City of Perth ipod cover, or a temporary tattoo

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    • Frank Calabrese says:

      And I got a set of Parliament Cufflinks from Jaye Radisich at her informal local branch farewell dinner (all the male guests got them, the females a brooch.)

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      • skink says:

        she must have had a lot left over in her desk drawer that she needed to get rid of.

        not many people in the Perth Hills wear cuffs

        or shoes.

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  10. I was wearing my Council cufflinks on Sat night. And a collar.

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  11. skink says:

    I should have qualified that statement as:

    ‘nobody wears collar and cuffs except stockbrokers, lawyers, property developers, and latte-sipping metrocentric wankers (TM Rolly)’

    since these are the types that She-Ra cares about most, she should probably stick to the cufflinks. Some people are clearly impressed by such trinkets, like jungle tribesmen being given glass beads and syphilis in exchange for their ancestoral homelands.

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  12. shazza says:

    Cufflinks? What use would I have for such, except to pass on as a cheapo fathers day pressie? No I prefer the days when a bottle of Claret would be the standard gift.

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  13. skink says:

    ladies are usually given a key fob

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  14. skink says:

    I used to work on the Terrace next to that awful Smiths sculpture ‘Perth through the ages’, consisting of a man striding into the building who changes from a VOC trader to a stovepipe hat and then a bowler hat.

    The final ‘modern’ interpretation is a man in a shirt and tie and suit carrying a briefcase.

    I always though they needed a further statue of a bloke in a skivvy with a one-shoulder laptop bag and a micro-scooter carrying a mega-latte and scribbling in a Moleskine notebook

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  15. Frank Calabrese says:

    Via the Fake Stephen Conroy’s Twitter, this original film on Perth – sounds like something TLA should’e done – I say get permission and use it on Thursday Night.

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