Planet Pants

Planet Video and pants. Auteured by Bento. Mt Lawley. They appear to be some kind of granny undies.

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Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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43 Responses to Planet Pants

  1. Snuff says:

    What ? They look about 80% off.


  2. Jaidyn-Jaxxon says:

    OMG that’s so eclectic


  3. skink says:

    Teh West has got its knickers in a twist about an article by The Guardian’s George Monbiot that labels Perth a ‘wildly unsustainable, disagregated urban nightmare’

    reading the article itself Monbiot only mentions Perth in passing, along with Adelaide and Brisbane.

    that prat Weller from UWA , who sells himself as an expert on town planning suggests that Perth has ‘worked really, really well until now’. Possibly because he lives in the western suburbs and never has to travel on the freeway. I wonder if he’s ever been to Darch.

    Curious that Teh West refers to The Guardian as a ‘news-paper’. It’s almost as if they are unfamiliar with the concept.


    • vegan says:

      if perth works so well, why has weller written a book about how better to develop it by 2050?

      fabio lookalike…


      • orbea says:

        Monbiot is right on this, en passant. Weller wrote the 2050 book stating in very clear terms that the infrastructure and population that has immigrated here over the past 180 years will have to be duplicated in the next 40. That’s where the growth predictions are heading, yet the developers are screaming for more and more land to be released for R20 and R30 block, further on the fringe, two cars and a Macdonalds to go, drop the brat at childcare and wonder when the footpaths are going to be built in shitty cardboard built houses in Banksia Grove, Baldivis, Byford, Ellenbrook. No fucking public transport, make some speed to get the $400k mortgage paid off.
        Weller’s statement about Perth ‘working well til now’ relates directly to that. Where are the WA town planners, social networkers and ooshta proponents going to put another 1.5million human sausages – all eating shitting, breathing vibrancy seeking, attention craving glassing cunts going to go?
        Like Ian McHarg he overlays topography, geology, environmental opportunities and onstraints and tries to find ways of placing that many people into various development scenarios.
        Essentially Perth is heading towards even further LA sprawl – south past Mandurah to Bunbury, north past Lancelin and increasing development through the scarp, hills and beyond. And Troy Buswell’s big plan is for an expressway from the CBD to the airport, and cant even get that thing going.
        FFS Peter Newman is actually right. build the light rail through the knowledge arc and allow the urban density along the route to increase to R200+ Get some population density serviced by mass transit. Are DAP’s going to do this, or will insular Councillors continue to be concerned with cat spaying?


      • Russell Wolfe's Lovechild says:

        Anybody who refers to The Guardian as a newspaper has probably never read it.


      • Snuff says:

        Harsh, yet apparently, fair. No Dennis, that’s for sure.

        She-Ra should smote Monbiot and his anomie. The joint’s thick with Norms.


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

    Is that an Edward Gorey decapitated hippie throw pillow?


  5. Lucky Star says:

    So that’s where I left my granny panties. I was wondering where they went to…


  6. The Legend 101 says:

    I thought you get Banned Bento so how can you till be posting articles.


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