I pashed my own brains out

Is this a brilliant strategy from Morph or just creepy? Is she kissing herself in the mirror or pashing some other chick? Perhaps they are simply Falangists? Kindly snapped by Edward De Bozo, who really did go to clown college. Really, he did. Seen in Nedlands. Probably aiming at the UWA apre toileting crowd.iloveme

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Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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16 Responses to I pashed my own brains out

  1. oldfart says:

    Tongue-tied on this one but…

    The arrows have it: No way forward, no way back.

    Afterthought: Wondering whether this streetscape looks even better from behind.


  2. poor lisa says:

    Corporate events obviously include advice on overseas shopping to perth city council.
    Possibly they also consult to Lisa Scaffidi on how to love yourself.


  3. Big Ramifications says:

    I would give me the reach-around.


  4. WAtching says:

    May I reccommend the website. Especially the upcoming events…
    Everyone should do a little ‘morph’ing before a swapping partners.
    Not sure if I’d invite the grandparents though…


  5. Big Ramifications says:

    When I briefly worked at a bank – actually, before, during my two week induction – one of these chicks came in and spent a day with us.

    This is going back a bit, pre “raunch culture” when feminism still kicked ass.

    I thought it was rather sexist for the times [it was definitely 95% aimed at the ladies in our group], but she was a really nice, smart, sensible lady and the theme was a gentle “make yourselves look respectable, please ladies!” If you went a bit too hard, and got unlucky, the media and wimmin’s groups would have been all over it!


  6. Onanist says:

    Absolutely nothing wrong with a bit of self loving.


  7. Rolly says:

    If you change your image, who is it that you’re loving?


  8. I caught my sister pashing herself in the mirror once when we were about 11 and 12, and she did my homework for a week if I didn’t tell.


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