Crab my Backside

Poor old crab town. Now that the bypass has devestated the prostitution industry, all that’s left is the plaintive call of the crab, which if you have been following TWOP Twitter is under threat too. “Gay crabs” hit estuary numbers. Homosexual-like activity, rampant in Mandurah species of swimmer crabs has reduced spawning by 40%. Scientists…
From Mark, who has had one of his personal worsts featured long ago. Also Meccano chimes in all timely with a Yarra River attempt at one upmanship crab style. I’m not sure if it’s just because I’m back to work today after holidays, but I just want to say, fuck off Mandurah. You’re bypassed. It’s over man. You’re just dead gay crab meat twisting in the wind.

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12 Responses to Crab my Backside

  1. And nothing for crabtown? Nothing?

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  2. rolly says:

    I suppose it’s an appropriate triptych for a day when one of the contributors to this blog illustrates just how scratchy he can be.

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  3. G'day from WA says:

    Did the City of Mandurah use the same marketing crew as the Rooting Koalas wine?

    They did!

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  4. hovean says:

    There’s an STD clinic along the second left after this. With the apparent demise of the prostitution industry, they’ll need to drum up business.
    I wouldn’t have thought that using the bypass instead of prostitutes would reduce the total STD load – surely the number of entries wouldn’t change?

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  5. Frank Calabrese says:

    And now the poor businesses want compensation cos there were no trains between Rockingham and Mandurah.

    Umm, How did they srvive BEFORE the rail line, and didn’t they consider it was too fucking hot to travel ?

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/video/2010/01/19/2796341.htm

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  6. Talyn10 says:

    It is really sad to read this page and the comments.
    There are worse things in this world – in Perth, Mandurah or anywhere else.

    I smile when I see the signs. It is much better advertising than most I have seen.

    The graffiti is a different matter.

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