And chins needed by chinless

Seen by Bento in South West Times, Bunbury.

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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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24 Responses to And chins needed by chinless

  1. BTW Susan Hill is not homeless. Different story.

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  2. Jaidyn-Jaxxon says:

    Kudos for including some Persian Rug clearance

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  3. Pete says:

    There ARE many people in that… Wouldn’t happen in the Post.

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  4. Snuff says:

    Bit light on for gorms and fecks too, so I hear.

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  5. Rolly says:

    What’s the joke TLA?
    I must be a bit thick today, but the point of this post evades me.

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  6. greggo says:

    what’s wrong with “homes needed by homeless”? the sub-editor is probably some posh murdoch semiotics graduate corksucker forced to labour in the provinces until until until well fuck.

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  7. Rolly says:

    To an increasing number of egocentric and materialistic ‘big spenders’ it probably is news.
    The arrant avariciousness of the 2 x middle income earner families complaining about a $10.00 a week hike in utility charges, whilst at the same time buying the latest in electronic gadgetry for every member, leaves me wondering about their reasoning ability, but not about their self centred “lifestyles”.

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    • Rolly says:

      That’s in reply to TLA’s: “That homeless need homes would be news?”

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      • shazza says:

        Rolly, you can’t see how silly the headline is?

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        • Rolly says:

          Have you any concept of how fundamentally ignorant the general public is, shazz?
          Prolly not, as your circle of educated friends and acquaintances possibly does not include the micro-minded average “Joe Blow”.
          One really has to experience the narrow mindedness of ordinary ‘mug punters’, m & f, to appreciate just how limited their intellectual horizon actually is.
          I get into a lot of everyday conversations with ‘normal’ people and despair of the future for the planet and it’s occupants.
          It’s not about what they do not know or understand, but their total disinterest in the world beyond their immediate environments and ‘life styles’, accompanied by the opinion that what they actually know is all that is of value anyway.
          Sad.

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