Slip it in – Whip it out – That’s Oats Street

TWOP posts have exceeded 1,000 in number this week.

Fellas, I’m ready to get up and mail my thing (yeah go ahead!)
I wanta get into that letterbox slot, man, you know (go ahead!)
Like a, like a sex machine, man, (yeah go ahead!)
Movin’ and mailin’ it, you know
Can I post it? (Go ahead) James Brown.

Another from Ljuke of Perth’s La Rambla, the Carlisle Oats Street arrondisement. To me the used condom on top of this mailbox gives the overwhelming impression that Romeo has been befouling the slot. Perhaps a “No Junk Mail” sticker is called for?

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46 Responses to Slip it in – Whip it out – That’s Oats Street

  1. monkeypants says:

    well i guess we can all be thankful it was an unfilled condom….. don’t know if i was up for any more evidence of bodily functions.

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  2. skink says:

    there’s a pun about French Letters in there somewhere
    but I can’t quite find it

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  3. WAtching says:

    You sure you didn’t stage this LJ?

    From only a suburb away…

    It may not have a condom- but it’s a very nice letter box…

    Not to mention the worlds biggest Juliet.

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    • Ljuke says:

      How dare you sir! Never have I staged a worst. Except for the Dukes of Hazard gemini. I painted that just before snapping the pic.

      Funnily enough I noticed the wrapper just up the street the very next day.

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  4. WAtching says:

    Well done to the people of Oats Street.
    Not using protection can result it…

    https://theworstofperth.com/2009/09/25/the-box/

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  5. Pravda says:

    Maybe it was left there to help horny teenagers avoid chalmydia?

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  6. shazza says:

    I can’t think of anything to say about the franger clanger.

    But I do love the idea of an angry hot mob at the beach turning on sharks.

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  7. G'day from WA says:

    A very special delivery

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  8. DEORE says:

    Never mind the franger, what’s up with the RIDICULOUS redundant second “A” on the slot? Such a sickening waste of adhesive hi-viz lettering, someone should befoul this letterbox from its rear (and suspiciously larger) orifice…

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  9. hovean says:

    Could a hint to the postie that a there may be a more interesting slot inside?

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  10. hovean says:

    I’m afraid it’s another sign of the metrosexualization of Carlisle. In my day you’d only see used frangers about. Or being used, upon letter boxes and in the bushes. It’s never been the same since this lot took over the Arcano Brother’s Caltex servo.
    https://theworstofperth.com/2008/08/21/carlisle-existence-is-suffering/

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  11. JaneZ says:

    1. The Buddhists have recently moved out of the old drive-through and it is now available for lease, although the signs advising as to the path to righteousness are still there.

    2. I am sorry, and prepared to be slightly passive aggressive, about the fact that the Oats St child health centre sign pictures that I submitted *weeks* ago are apparently not that funny. I only mind because Oats is apparently the street du jour. The sign made me laugh anyway.

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  12. JaneZ says:

    I must report that there was yesterday arvo a shiny new, but used, franger by the northernmost entrance to Oats St Station on Rutland Ave.

    I would have taken a picture, but had my four year old with me, so was busy trying to pretend it wasn’t there.

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