You zig, I zag

With all this talk of the Arrondisement Festival, bringing sophistication and style to the shithouse street festival scene, it’s nice to see that the Zigzag festival in Gooseberry Hill can still tick every box of unselfconscious crap. Bento saw googly eyed rocks, (the jarrah burl of the simpleton) the egregious hiring of Muck Duck Bush Band (with bonus Lord Lucan) and somewhat disturbing black dolls hung “strange fruit” style. I suppose I should have been there, but my hood, it be the shit.

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14 Responses to You zig, I zag

  1. shazza says:

    Stirk De Soleil? Ahh ha ha ha ha ha.

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  2. Rolly says:

    Well!
    I would’ve if I could’ve.
    Couldn’t.
    Cunts.

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  3. Snuff says:

    Three bucks. For a rock, cheapened with googly eyes. No wonder the doll offed itself. You could buy a Dave Clark for that.

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  4. shazza says:

    I look forward to the day baby Bento is old enough to throw a wobbly because he is desperately keen for a googly eyed rock. Oh the dilemma.

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  5. Peter says:

    How were Pickled Granny sales going?

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  6. Bento says:

    Arrondissement Festival will feature rocks with eyes stencilled on.

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  7. David Cohen says:

    What happened to the italics?

    Where are the TWOP drinks?

    Have I blown my money on Shocking?

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  8. Jaidyn-Jaxxon says:

    Why do they always always always lynch the gollies?lynch the gollies?

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  9. jana.mack says:

    this is why I avoid Kalamunda on days like this

    and the first saturday of every month.

    market day. ugh

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  10. cimbali says:

    We had to be there as Cimbali Junior was playing in the school guitar ensemble. I missed the rocks with eyes on my quick look about the stalls but I was quite taken with the foam goannas on pieces of wire with a proudly displayed “Not made in China” sign above the stall. Since they looked like they were made by a palsied hand in a sheltered workshop the sign seemed a little unnecessary.

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