Weekend Worstoff 129

Tristan H saw that the downward spiral of Dunsborough is being made even more exquisite. “Le” boatshed? Jeezus. I wonder what Brendon would think? This is not connected to my Le Specs wearing.People have sent me this Morley wall before. Ninja wants a truck to run through it. It’s not without charm though. Outrage Cohen remembers the battery man who used to ply plates of batteries on William Street. Now probably occupied by a shop selling ironic objects to hipsters. And Glenn is confused by Am Confused website. I’m not surprised. I am a little confused by their “wacky” graphic design.

And Charlesjhey, now in London, sent this Melbourne shot taken by a friend.

Worst well.

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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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36 Responses to Weekend Worstoff 129

  1. shazza says:

    All wonderful worsts, except the last which is exquisitely not worst.

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  2. vegan says:

    the morley fence has just been rebuilt and repainted, something had certainly run through it. unlike ninja, i would have mourned it’s passing.

    yes shazz, that last is absolutely exquisitely not worst.

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  3. Kwality says:

    Thankyou for the shot of the battery mans shop. I remember his Christmas display well. Essentially the same, but with scattered tinsel…

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  4. WAtching says:

    Brilliant. I can’t help but burst out laughing at the sight of anyone wearing Ed Hardy. It’s lucky I work out.

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  5. Bill O'Slatter says:

    You can’t get enough of nautically themed in my humble op. Bring back the porthole. Avast me hearties. Duncebugger ahead. The motto of the Royal Navy.

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  6. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Off topic but in the interests of the historical record, a magnificent article in Teh Worst today with resident doddering snoozer’s Zoltan Kovac’s ode to the apostrophe. Naturally like the rest of the “paper” I didn’t read it but it is nice to know it is there.

    As someone who choses to live in Perth for its lack of change: holes in the ground and inappropriately scaled and sited buildings excluded (thanks Multiplex), one can only applaud the continued editorial direction that provides the spacing between adds for electrical goods and outdoor furniture.

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  7. skink says:

    there was some excellent Wintoning in the West today, by the man himself, on a riff about using the upturned roof of a car as a boat for exploring the Swan River.

    and speaking of hipsters:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/oct/14/hate-hipsters-blogs

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  8. Michael says:

    Ninja may wish to note that a vehicle knocking the wall down merely results in the insurance payout allowing it to be rebuilt in increasingly retina-searing colours. At least, that’s what happened six months ago…

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  9. Danielle says:

    Would had been believable if they hadn’t spelt the city name wrong.. Nice photoshop attempt, please pay closer attention to detail next time. Nice concept though.

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  10. Bento says:

    May I be the first to say ‘good riddance’ to maverick French-American mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot, who explored a new class of mathematical shapes known as fractals, and died at age 85 in the United States.

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  11. Zuben says:

    Isn’t stonnington in Connecticut ? And isn’t THE jersey shore in , well , New Jersey ?

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