Weekend Worstoff 108

Outrage sent this in as a joke about dog cookies, but the real worst is the fucking turnups on those jeans! Speaking of dogs, Cookster found that Albany Ooshta extends beyond bottleshops open on Good Friday all the way to dog fashion. Gonzalez finds that the dickface graffiti warrior is back in Basso, despite all attempts by council to blank him out. Gonzalez notes also that the facial appendage has much more care for detail that the groin based organ. And you know how I have been urging Jesus jockeys to stay away from humour on their propaganda? Well WAtching makes the case for them t go back to comedy.

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28 Responses to Weekend Worstoff 108

  1. David Cohen says:

    You can’t handle the doggy dickface truth.


  2. Snuff says:

    Yes, sadly, it is. Not since ’95 when Rupes shut it down, anyway.

    Still prefer the unnatural ones, myself. Avagoodweegend.


    • Jaidyn-Jaxxon says:

      That church is in the West Leederville – Lake Monger zone is it not? Struck me as a particularly bourgeois church ad


  3. Bento says:

    I can’t tell if that is Matt or Luke. Can you help, DFOC?


  4. Cookster says:

    I’m a worst failure TLA… sadly yesterday on a trip to Ranger Camping and ‘That’s not living Johnno, this is fuckin’ living – go shit in a hole in the bush son!’ BCF, WITHOUT CAMERA, I passed a block of cream coloured flats in Ossie Park called ‘Sharon’ and noted a venue called the Westminster Club, ‘Home of the T-Birds’, with a mural of a semi-naked woman on the side.

    This said club is in Balcatta, just around the corner from the infamous Red Rooter store, that is currently displaying the name Red Rooser… place is like Faulty Towers.

    However, I did get a flyer under my windscreen promoting Bikini Girls Massage which I’ll scan in tomorrow and share. Nice black & white job.


    • Someone has sent in t birds pic. Have I used it?


      • Bento says:

        I sent it. No, you didn’t run it. Sniff.


        • Why didn’t I? Seriously why?


          • And now I’ll have thousands of emails to filter to find it.


            • Bento says:

              Just re-sent them. You may recall there were endless problems getting them sent the first time – you might want to check your secret alternative email address, if you don’t receive this latest attempt.


          • WAtching says:

            Fear of Bikie reprisals.

            Why were my comments on “Pole Alliance” moderated?


            • Due to the inability of numerous commenters to not make slanderous comments, ALL comments are now moderated. Which makes it extremely tedious for me.


              • WAtching says:

                Damn slanderous comments.

                And to think I didn’t even get to see them…


              • Mez says:

                arrooooooooooooooooooooouga! arrrooooooooooooooooooouga!

                Buff Jesus [opens door]: you rang?

                Poledancing Rachel: You people have no idea! Pole dancing is an international aerial art/sport, with Cirque du Soleil artist Felix Cane (trained at Bobbi’s) as the current world champion. Bobbi’s is one of the best pole studios in the WORLD!
                I am an American, and I WISH I could study there. I am not a stripper, I am a classical violinist with international competition wins and performances on my resume. I am a music teacher, and I am a married woman with two children. AND I TAKE POLE DANCING LESSONS. With the full support of my husband, BTW. Get your minds out of the gutter, and educate yourselves as to what pole dancing has evolved into.

                BJ: Oh, hello you dimwitted cow (moderator please). How can I help?

                PR: I was just wondering about this truth thing and that if you are the truth and it follows therefore that actual truth does exist, is it then my job to seek the truth or is it incumbent upon you to show me the truth?

                BJ: hmmmm… yes, I’m listening…

                PR: ……but you didn’t answer my question

                BJ: hmmmmm… interesting…

                PR: …about my question

                BJ: hmmm…yes, I see

                PR: but you are still not answering the question! You have made two contrasting statements and asked one question. It’s like saying;

                “THERE IS NO TABLE”
                “is that true?”
                “TABLE SAYS, I AM TABLE”

                It seems to serve no philosophical purpose and confuses the question further. Why even ask the question if you are just going to counter one statement with another?

                BJ: That is so

                PR: That makes no sense

                BJ: Truly?

                PR: If you’re not careful I’m gonna shove this violin up your arse (please, moderator, Please!)

                BJ: I am the violin

                PR: …right then ——
                [the following word picture has been self-moderated]


              • skink says:

                it’s not slander if it is true

                small story in The West Australian last week that xxxxxx xxx xxxx xxx xxxx xxx.

                I’m sure that’s the case Skink, but I’m a bit wary of even oblique references to this matter.


                • David Cohen says:

                  Are you on drugs?

                  Defamation is often the truth.

                  “Brian Burke was in prison” is true, and defamatory: it would lower the standing of Mr Burke in the eyes of someone from, say, Melbourne who didn’t know him.

                  I am happy to write it here as I can produce the proof he spent time in the big house.

                  But for you to say something is true because everyone knows it is different.

                  If you get sued, is that what you’ll say in court?

                  How do you think that defence will go?


                • skink says:

                  surely the question is, if a story is common knowledge amongst the journalistic community, and has direct bearing on matters of consequence, why is there no journo prepared to go out there and verify the facts so that the story can be published without fear of defamation?

                  you are starting to sound like Nurry, writing three columns on why they couldn’t be arsed to chase the Carles story on the basis that it was a private matter of no public interest, except to the people of Fremantle who voted for Green but ended up with a Tory.


  5. Jaidyn-Jaxxon says:

    Love the cuffs, but it’s the mini-basket with spaniel head that really sets it off


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