Can an obscenity be risible? Orbea correctly assumes that this would be worst worthy. Students must be lining up to make complete tits of themselves poncing around in a fake mine in Northbridge. And $98 000 seems like it wouldn’t even be enough to pay for the glitter or the glue stick to attach it to the wall. The squeak of polystyrene rocks during a simulated cave in must really set their teeth on edge. There’s a simulated knock shop as you return to the surface. What can I say but Tafecuntz?mine2

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24 Responses to Pantomine

  1. The bid from the mining students narrowly beat the tender from the proctologist association who had big plans for that service tunnel.


  2. shazza says:

    I see potential to use this tunnel to train students over several disciplines. Apart from mining students, you could have art and textiles creating paper mache rocks etc. Emergency services training with simulated mine collapses. Psychology students learning exposure therapy techniques for claustrophobia and the like.

    Then to add compulsary vibrancy, in the evenings convert into a nightclub as a resurrected Underground. Of course there would be a monorail somehow, somewhere.


  3. WAtching says:

    How appropriate. A Liberal Minister for Energy named Collier…
    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree…


  4. ChaingeDaile says:

    I had to read the intro again as i thought it said ‘mime’. Students poncing around a fake mime made me laugh so hard, my fellow WAN-ners all glared at me and sent me Woogle-notes along the lines of being less vibrant at work.


  5. curious says:

    can we look forward to a cave in next anzac day?


  6. Bento says:

    I assume up until now they’ve had to make do with turning the couches upside down, putting them near the dinner table, and spreading Spiderman sleeping bags over them.


  7. Would be nice to see the reaction from employer when they ask about underground experience.


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