Charlie Sheen on Crack

Drusilla saw this on the window of Jack The Lads Menswear on the corner of Walcott and Teh Arrondissement. I like that someone has seen the Charlie Sheen pic promoting those lame shirts he wears on the show, gone home, constructed a sign, including a badly drawn heart, come back with sticky tape and stuck it on. Bravo to all concerned. I’m giving it the coveted not worst tag.

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67 Responses to Charlie Sheen on Crack

  1. Natalia Fan #1 says:

    I’d forgotten about it, but someone mentioned this installation to me a couple of months back. So it’s been sitting there at least that long.

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  2. Bag O'Turnips says:

    So I guess it was him who’s been responsible for the snowstorm blizzard this North American Winter, even in the states and cities where it nominally doesn’t snow…

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    • perthluckystar says:

      And instead of the snow coming down, it was going up…

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      • Bag O'Turnips says:

        Unlike the legendary LA Snowstorm of Winter ’76-’77, when those snowed in had a modicum of talent and used the experience to influence their tales (e.g. Warren Zevon, Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles), getting snowblind for Charlie Sheen is just another excuse for him to act like a stinking prick, devoid of talent or humour.

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  3. The Legend 101 says:

    Its getting Idiotic with all the stuff Charlie Sheen is doing now.

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  4. shazza says:

    For mine, this is the definition of vibrancy. Most certainly not worst. Ooshta!

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  5. perthluckystar says:

    Definitely not a worst. It’d be pretty awesome if the shop owner has just left the sign there. I think they’d get more attention with the sign there than without. However I don’t know one self respecting man who’d buy one of those shirts.

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  6. Hugh Jass says:

    It seems that Sheen shirts are big business.

    http://charlieharpershirts.com/homepage.html

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  7. David cohen says:

    Agra needs just this sort of creativity and non-worsting.

    I will find out what the Hindi is for ooshta…

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  8. ronggly says:

    Definitely not worst, just the choice of the word “crack” which can be taken to mean either cocaine, or porn stars

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    • I Clavdivs says:

      >>One of the helium-filled modules, made of an outer skin and an internal >>bladder.

      Sounds a bit Brett Whiteley.
      Any bits of dead cats involved?

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      • perthluckystar says:

        That looks horrific, like a box kite gone wrong.

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      • 2bob says:

        This thing took off overhead as I was walking through the Concert Hall car park. At first I wondered whether, since it looked like a spaceship anyway, it was all part of the show and expected they were going to reel it in via some sort of tether that I couldn’t see. But once it disappeared over Kings Park it was pretty clear that all that would happen was that Rottnest would receive an unexpected dose of PIAF vibrancy.

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  9. Bento says:

    Worst would be if the barber down the road started offering Charlie’s haircut. OMG WTF is that all about?

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    • The Bartender's skills with a Manhatten says:

      Well, once upon a time, when the heavy hand of aging/drugs/personal assholishness had not yet smashed Mr. Sheen’s career as a professional actor into a thousand blood-drawing fragments, he was actually amusing in a little film called “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” where he wore that haircut. As this film was created in the 1980s, many people actually wore their hair in that way and did not think it strange. Mr. Sheen is clinging to this style the way that Grace, the school principal’s secretary in the film, clung to her 60’s boufant, as a way of clinging to the last shreds of attractiveness for which each was originally known.

      The difference is that the actress who played Grace was aware that this was ridiculous.

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      • Bento says:

        Possibly my favourite movie of all time. I had a ‘Save Ferris’ hat until only a couple of years ago.

        I used to think Charlie was ace, in that he took loads of drugs and rooted porn stars, and just didn’t give a fuck. Now, he looks like a sad old looser who goes to the Bird in a shirt that’s at least 15 years out of date.

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  10. BrownBook says:

    Still, these shirts aren’t as bad as the current tight-fitted jean-shorts (jorts?) trend that fashion has foisted upon our festival-attending male youth sheeple

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  11. skink says:

    it’s not just any shirt, it’s the Charlie Sheen Signature Series:

    I can’t believe I looked that up

    must…get…life

    http://www.globalrebels.com/davinci/Charlie-Sheen-Signature-Series/products/159/

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  12. Pete says:

    OT – The house featured in Ferris Bueler’s Day Off is/was for sale – about the same price as a passive solar mud brick pile in Leederville.

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  13. Pete says:

    I saw a guy in one of those shirts last night at the Astor – translated to the Australian perfectly – if you put one on Fred Dagg. A week on light beer & I’m sure he’d be just like Charlie. I should have tried to get a photo of him outside the window display.

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  14. Bag O'Turnips says:

    I had the misfortune of viewing…more like subjugating my retinae…to Two And A Half Twats for the first and very definitely the last time a fortnight ago, while spending some time socially eating dinner at a relative’s house after performing a favour for them.

    I wish not to judge my relatives too harshly, for as much you cannot choose them, they are there for you more often than not when the chips are down, but I cannot abide by their taste in TV. I know they have a few bogan tendencies amongst their own herd on that side of the tribe, so I factor this in and work within their more reasonable aspects, accentuating those. Thus, I guess it was no real surprise that they choose to select Nein rather than Aunty at 7PM.

    Yet I had a far greater shock after I regaled my Mum about this offence to my sensibilities, in that she confessed to actually enjoying that tosh, further undermining her credibility by claiming that it was “cleverly written”. Sure, my Mum and Aunt may have fallen from the same tree and landed on different dirt, for my mother usually shows discriminating taste in various pursuits, but this was an uncharacteristic lapse of judgement on her part, which left me somewhat stunned for in most respects, I’m clearly my mother’s son.

    Oh well. It just proves how insidiously the bogan menace spreads its tentacles…it’s one thing to get a guilty laugh out of Benny Hill, but quite another to not see the empty malevolence of Charlie Cokehead Sheen that passes off as humour.

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  15. Snuff says:

    And here we see Charlie in one of his earlier movies, Girls unleashed.

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  16. BrownBook says:

    Charlie Sheen on crack = Charlie Sheen

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    • Bill O'Slatter says:

      MG: My people they all love me !
      Second in command: Duck Muammar there’s incoming
      MG: I may have to elect a new people.
      2IC: More ammo , Muammar ?
      MG: I think this situation may call for it.

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