Donger Mania

I walked the bike path from Victoria Park to Maylands last week, and it’s donger mania. The stencils seem to be a magnet for donger enthusiasts. The first one apart from having an extra long appendage appears to be wearing a cruet set in the style of Anubis or Osiris rather than the traditional taking of. The word “soap” seems to have been blanked out also.

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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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20 Responses to Donger Mania

  1. monkeypants says:

    aahhh yes, there’s nothing quite like pictures of dongers to get the day off to a good start. Many thanks TLA.

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  2. rolly says:

    Prick of an artist, though.

    OT:-
    The diminished attendance at the skyworks last evening seems to uphold the (now dated) research that a large percentage of the Oz population are mildly to severely alcohol addicted.
    So far up themselves that they can’t enjoy a day off without stupefying themselves with booze.

    Sad, really.

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  3. flynn says:

    no one sniffing the bike seat?

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  4. WAtching says:

    The second “stencil man” appears to have a Triffid caught in his fly.

    Or is that “penis dentata?”

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  5. Juffy says:

    Mate, you missed the rest of the series! Showing just those two is like seeing only the first hour of Titanic and never knowing if you got your money’s worth.

    The story stretches all the way to Bayswater and weaves an epic tale of unrequited man-love between two extremely well-hung stick figures and their evil bicycle-overlords, forever forced to travel in opposite directions and separated by a dashed line that might as well be an infinite chasm.

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  6. Onanist says:

    I am envious of the figures in those images, as I have often wondered what it would be like to have either a piece of rope or a tulip as a penis.

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  7. These have all been painted over. More vanishing.

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