By the Great Satan’s pizzle!

I had trouble typing after seeing this from Pete F. Tears of laughter flowed. It’s like a piece of Wintoning rendered in 3D. Or 2.5D. You must click to view every detail, particularly the skeletal foot functioning as a bull’s pizzle while the other leg and foot are poised to emerge via the back door. Also the grabbing of the Akubra is nice. Note to me: Must do a piece on the Akubra. I’ve always wondered why a fur hat was considered appropriate wear in Australia. This obscenity is apparently stuck on the top pub in Toodyay.

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26 Responses to By the Great Satan’s pizzle!

  1. NF#1 says:

    I was up there several months ago and saw an anniversary exhibition of bits of melted caravans and farm tools. This I suspect has been fashioned from some such remnant of the fires. Someone probably thought “this looks like a bit like a cow” and there we have it. Despite its resemblance to mallee root art, I quite like it. It’s better than that wretched Margaret River cow art anyway.

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  2. Snuff says:

    You sure that’s not in Kirklandclate ?

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  3. Ruratardian Guernica via Indonesia.

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  4. skink says:

    is it art, or is it roadkill?

    discuss

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  5. orbea says:

    Death with akubra
    he does ride a molten steer
    a menu to fear

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  7. The Legend 101 says:

    Everything on this site has changed when you leave a comment is wirerd and has your profile and all.

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  8. lingy says:

    the pizzle is the foot of a skeletan you fools

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