“A nerd who is getting laid does not equal a hipster!” Abbott and Gillard slammed over simplistic definitions. A felt hat may also be… #jivetalk via The Worst of Perth twitter.I tried to get a decent shot of this dude in a felt hat, rainbow scarf and sandals in Margaret River, but he was a little fast for me. But the image could still be useful for future generations to have some idea what plonkers lived in the South Worst at this time.

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18 Responses to Felt

  1. Pete says:

    Metro scarf, bumpkin hat.
    Is that a metrumpkin
    That crazy cat


  2. Jaidyn-Jaxxon says:

    Taint of corduroy,
    despite its material
    absence, still persists


  3. shazza says:

    I reckon the dude looks pretty groovy. Is that because I live in Fremantle? Are we so out of touch down here on the coast?


  4. orbea says:

    worst? Perth? WTF?
    however your twit about ECU lecturers – genius!!
    mostly they live at the Scotto


  5. B.T. says:

    Felt or Hemp?


  6. greggo says:

    While it’s very kind hearted and generous of spirit and therefore typically australian to attribute corduroy here, those are clearly loose-weave linen trousers. Underneath: Birkenstocks. Felt hats are paraphenalia for certain central european football fans, possibly ironicised here. In fact this individual appears to be one of those obtainable in 6 packs from certain central european jurisdictions. Alernatively, a freo community school graduate adopting the position. In either case these “plonkers” can often provide a quality euro-root experience without the costs and bother of going to Melbourne and risk being hugged by Mark Latham in Flinders Street.


  7. I Clavdivs says:

    Balingup Medieaval Faire was last week,
    hand beaten headgear make a practical souvenir for the psuedo-hip.
    Probably picked up some ‘shrooms on the way home.
    Now that’s living!


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