Outrage Sunday Legs 11

I got a bit sulky when Krazy Kym wouldn’t let me buy this water slide. It was even on special for $299. Judging by the photos it enables you to float in the air. Magic. Probably just as well: the punters at the shops reckoned it would last about three minutes.

No cigar smoking near this: it could go up like a bastard!

This laptop certainly went up like a bastard during the Claremont council building fire last year.

I noted someone in the building enjoyed the breakfast of champions: Heinz butter chicen soup and sherry with a nice non-Rupert magazine.

After two bottles of Royal Reserve you just feel so – what?

But on the way home my mood was dampened by seeing this nametag tossed aside, without a trace of uberrima fides, on James Street in Guildford. Sadness.

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15 Responses to Outrage Sunday Legs 11

  1. The Legend 101 says:

    What shop was it at?


  2. Trisha says:

    Seksy… gahhhh


  3. sharon says:

    Wow Thomas Henn has more letters after his name than Dr Prof Harries. Impressive.

    Yep the water slide thingy wouldn’t hold up for long but how much fun would it be up til that point? I’ll go halves with you Outrage.


  4. DMc says:

    I’m definitely keen to know “how to wear tough-pretty”.

    Do you think it is one of the “10 ways with a white shirt”?


  5. Russell Wolfe's Lovechild says:

    Butter chicken is not a soup. Nice to see the McWilliams Royal Reserve being enjoyed by someone who can hold down a job, even if it is only in local government.


  6. NF#1 says:

    Coco depicts own
    Office? Gerbalism must
    Take a gruesome toll


  7. pete says:

    The letter X has been taking a lot of business from K & S over the past 30 years. It’s good to see them finally turning the tables.

    Could this be the beginning of an all out alphabet war?

    Hopefully S is smart enough not to take on Z at the same time as X and get caught out fighting a war on two fronts.


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