Outrage Sunday 24 meat

Meat: what is it good for? Absolutely nothing, and Coles alienate vegetarians and vegans (they also have a chicen version).

Try and make meat out of this, Coles: if you do you’ll have to go to West Swan.

Coles are so dumb they had an ad in Teh Werst yesterday referring to Mossman Park, Mandrah, and Kalamanda. Bloody t’othersiders. You know why Jesus wasn’t born in Perth? They couldn’t find three wise men from the east. Ha ha ha ha ha!

Filthy disgusting envelopes from Sydney and Melbourne are no doubt why this is required somewhere in Nedlands.

Your retch-making mail is the reason why we have CHOGM and you don’t.

Ah, well: forget about the eastern states. It’s the weekend – put your feet up.

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15 Responses to Outrage Sunday 24 meat

  1. YES. Wee Willy Winkie – YES.


    • Yes Stuie ( Stuart Wagstaff) is more than a little bit thespianised ( remember his black face Othello ?) but all praise to his contributions to charity.


      • Snuff says:

        Waggers had me at the cravat. The highlight of Telethon was always the pronunciation.


        • Frank Calabrese says:

          Good to see that you’ve lniked my friend’s Youtube channel which has lots of Aus TV Gems including the full version of the famous Graham Kennedy Show spray at then Media Minister:

          From the Description:

          Here we have, unedited for the first time, the remarks which caused Graham Kennedy’s departure from Nine in April 1975. This is the version that DIDN’T make it to air.

          Pre-recorded after his “crow call”, these remarks about Minister For The Media Douglas McClelland were edited out before the program was broadcast; with Kennedy reportedly resigning in anger as a result.

          However, Kennedy makes several side remarks which indicate that perhaps he knew exactly what would happen – check out his commentary during the first commercial break, his suggestion that Daryl Somers take his place “should I be on my way”, his comments to Bert during the Wheel segment, and his ad-lib in the closing song – “For all we know, we may never meet again (I hope we do!)”…</blockquote


  2. Rolly says:

    As somebody said:
    “People sit on the Post Office steps, so what’s wrong with feet on seats?”


  3. Paul W. says:

    How will these common supermarket bangers compare with the royal ones the Queen will approve for consumption by the hoard of servile plebeians at the great CHOGM sausage sizzle?


  4. Bag O'Turnips says:

    Hey, they could’ve labelled Coles Mosman Park as just Mosman…that’s an estuary suburb near the beach too, as well as having a Coles. But that’s the Sydney North Shore version.

    Then again, Coles have their HQ in Tooronga in Melbourne. But as a company owned by a WA enterprise, Wesfarmers, you’d think there’d be some minding of p’s and q’s.

    And the “Because we all buy…” campaign has now extended to mince, albeit the rubbish 3-star type. None of that (sausages, mince and chicen [sic]) applies to me, for I’m a veggo. And if I did but meat, say to entertain my omnivorous friends, I only go for the grass fed/free range organic stuff, which cost truly reflects all that goes into rearing animals for slaughter, but done in a responsible manner.

    Bleeding heart leftie pinko libtard I am.


    • Rouei says:

      Wesfarmers shot themselves into the foot by buying coles. I don’t see them having the same success they had with Bunnings. If you call that kind of monopoly success.


      • Bag O'Turnips says:

        And it’ll only get worse, once Woolworths enters the hardware fray in next couple years…Wesfarmers have been getting away with a virtual monopoly with hardware the last decade-or-so, relegating all the small independents and franchises (Mitre 10, Home and Makit) to also-ran status, some only propped up by a dedicated hardcore of tradespeople, who prefer their better service and ability to cater to their specific needs; those that haven’t are now long gone.

        It’ll just be another effective duopoly like the supermarkets. And that is no better than a virtual monopoly…the mainstream consumers have traded better variety and price for a bit of big-box convenience. We are a stupid lot, really.


  5. The Legend 101 says:

    Thats cheap, At Woolworths there about $10, Also im currently trying to work out where that stupid telephon car is currently driving.


  6. fu says:

    You are stupid. The end.


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