Kicked, burnt, tagged and rooted

Well it might as well be Pete F month. Some lovely stuff coming in from him, including this from Medina. A grass tree kicked over and tagged. Perth’s worst grafffiti isn’t the alarmingly haphazard cock stuff, but the tagging of fallen plant material. As if to say, “Temporary rotting plant material, you are my bitch. ” Don’t these things take 100 years to grow?

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37 Responses to Kicked, burnt, tagged and rooted

  1. Rolly says:

    B – Logging??

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  2. perthluckystar says:

    “Take that grass tree. That’s what you get from growing grass and shit.”

    http://www.grasstree.com/

    This website says these trees have a lifespan of up to 600 years and can take up to 27 years to grow just 30cm. It’s a bit sad when poor innocent grass trees get the crap kicked out of them.

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  3. Perineum says:

    Crap. I knew this would happen sooner or later. Does that say PFK? As in the radical political party in Mexico? Che would be so proud. Viva la revolucion. Viva the PFK. Muerte to grass trees.

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  4. BrownBook says:

    What’s next? Tagged seagulls?

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  5. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    This grass tree …. he’s resting.

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    • RubyRuby says:

      Team RubyRuby weren’t sure what to call them, as I’d grown up knowing them as blackboys. Doing the research local, we found that they have also been known as balgas. Are we doing the wrong thing by calling them that? Haven’t copped any raised eyebrows or fists, yet, whereas the term “blackboy” wasn’t making Mr RubyRuby very happy at all (he also retains his pommy issues with the term “wog” – looking forward to our trip to Melbourne to catch up with some schoolmates soon…)

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  6. The Legend 101 says:

    Im just trying to figure out what that is a gaint pine cone or a tree stump.

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  7. orbea says:

    Xanthorrea and industrialised gas production. Something wadjela learnt from nyungah
    http://worldofenergy.com.au/07_timeline_WA_entry_1849_1886.html

    bullocks bladders!!!

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  8. David Cohen says:

    Looks like a severed Rajahstani elephant’s trunk (not as colourful but).

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  9. The Legend 101 says:

    excuse me Watching!

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  10. The Legend 101 says:

    Your right this is getting wired.

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  11. The Bartender's skills with a Manhatten says:

    Question: is it against the law to destroy one of these trees? In Tucson, AZ, it is against the law to knowingly damage or destroy a saguaro: “Harming a saguaro in any manner, including cactus plugging, is illegal by state law in Arizona, and when houses or highways are built, special permits must be obtained to move or destroy any saguaro affected.”

    For those unfamilar, the saguaro is the cliche “Western cactus” of two-armed legend. They are quite amazing if not always pretty.

    I had never heard of this plant but it sounds very similar in terms of life cycle.

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