Weekend Worstoff 128

All photos via my iphone, from last night. First, encountering a baffling no ties policy at Ezra Pound bar. Cross it off the list for TWOP drinks. I did however like the look of William Street Bird a few doors down. Within easy mocking distance of the Heath Ledger Theatre. Or whatever it’s called. And no dissing of my tie.And here’s a rather overexcited/insane Dixie Marshall opening the Peggy Guggenheim exhibition at the Gallery. And here are some less vaunted artists than Brancusi, Giacometti, Magritte and Dali, just a few yards away. Some sort of Curtin art fundraiser. Goon was flowing.OK, maybe one pic from someone else. David Mc saw this in his UK office. What a blow to crackpots.

About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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29 Responses to Weekend Worstoff 128

  1. vegan says:

    when are twop drinks?

    bird would be great. and on my side of town.


  2. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Giacometti – any relation to Dennis Cometti?


  3. David Cohen says:

    Not fit for use with lemon content
    Their limes furiously boiled, took umbrage,
    Commanded to go stack the memos
    But the avian forces drew blood.

    “Who is bald?” the Weasel sneered,
    “The baby goat from south of Sydney?”
    Commence those utterances and
    You get interrobanged into an adjacent day.

    The desk set sudden paper cups for the fluid,
    But they had strife with the vehicle:
    It will lead to slouching unfitness
    Whilst the worst go meh.


  4. skink says:

    was it a simple ‘no ties’ policy, or a comprehensive ‘no corporate wankers, no braying stockbrokers, no salary slaves, no metrosexuals’ policy?

    I think that’s why I like Ezra Pound so much


  5. zoner87 says:

    Dixie was pretty damn bad, I loved how the word “tool” slipped out infront of pretty much every perth ‘vip’ and fancy type; not to mention all the ambassadors.

    Good on ‘ya Dixie.


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