Weekend Worstoff 142

From M & A. Brisbane. Another tissue box cover from Peronomous.From Natalie, Maylands. Shouldn’t it be “Lenovation”?And I don’t know who sent me this. No name. Outrage? Worst well.

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35 Responses to Weekend Worstoff 142

  1. poor lisa says:

    That tissue isn’t dry.

    In a groundbreaking story from the West, Paul Nurry has done some investigative journalism and reveals the shocking truth – there’s an obesity epidemic.
    He will need to do deeper investigations into buckets of KFC poporn chicken before confirming it, but at first blush it appears the epidemic might be linked to a proliferation of cheap high calorie fast food meals backed by ubiquitous advertising.

    More shockingly, he reveals that companies would not spend huge money on advertising if it did not work and that public health officials were correct in banning tobacco advertising. You read it first in the West.


  2. Natalia Fan #1 says:

    While Performance Lawn is nicely observed, the rest seem a little lacklustre, bringing a stellar week to a somewhat whimpering end. (Read: another tissue box rather than my Mescalin snap?) Earthquakes, revolutions, Finger Roll, Tone, and this fucking awful weather – the end is surely nigh. WW142 the calm before another week’s perfect storm of worst?


  3. Snuff says:

    I’d rather watch lawn action than this. Goatse, unfortunately, never gets any better. And is that the Bell End Tower ?


    • perthluckystar says:

      I think it is meant to be the Bell End Tower, but only looks more like a cockroach rooting a stick insect than ever.


      • RubyRuby says:

        Hey, spent the weekend in Melbourne in an inner city hipster BnB. There is a wall of snowdomes there, I took this along to contribute and thought it could do duty as “worst souvenir”. It was set out on the breakfast table while we were there – nearly all Australians seeing it thought it was to scale and that there was a giant “something” hiding in Perth that more than rivalled the Opera House.

        I also dig the interpretation of a kangaroo paw that is likewise to scale and in context, against a black swan’s body…


  4. perthluckystar says:

    How disturbing, that the tissue box appears to be based on Goatse Man.

    Sign writing, as done by The Count. “That’s one mispelled sign, ah ha ha ha.”


  5. pete says:

    I went to see a performance lawn once. It performed a David Mamet play. Terrible. Like watching grass grow.


  6. The Legend 101 says:

    Want about a stage or a gazebo a lawn seems boring.


  7. 2bob says:

    Good to see that WA is still the state of excitement.


  8. artheretic says:

    just got home from a PIAF (or is that now Perth Festival? Someone should tell xxxxxxxx xxxxx that it is really kind of hard to keep up with all this re-branding) and it was really nice to see lots of lawn


  9. skink says:

    The Sunday Times has done a photo feature to celebrate the Oscars where it’s invited ‘WA stars’ to recreate their favourite scenes from movies

    The term ‘star’ is rather loose, since it encompasses a weather girl, basketball players, radio announcers, and Patti Chong. Patti is dressed as Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
    Patti says: ‘I thought about being Cleopatra or Julia Roberts from Pretty Woman, but I love Holly Golightly.’

    is Patti aware that two out of three of her choices are prostitutes?

    “I love Holly because of her innocence, her fantasies and her dreams.” Innocence? Holly is an emotional train wreck who is in denial about her life and her loneliness and escapes into a fantasy land where she believes everyone loves her.

    wait, I see why Patti likes her

    If you don’t want your mental image of Audrey Hepburn forever tarnished, look away.


  10. Pete says:

    Performance Lawn.
    Nothing ever happens,
    Just waiting for grass to gr(ot).


  11. Im having a worst weekend im stuck at home all day with my mum and nothing to do.


  12. The Legend 101 says:



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