The metacars that ate Cannington

Decorating you car with a picture of itself is a bit like getting a tattoo of yourself on your backside. Not cool.I tried to find out what Derrida and Lacan had to say on meta texts, but although extensively commenting, they were both a little opaque. Rather less obtuse, Matt says, “Use, don’t use, I don’t give a shit.” Good. A great example to others. Nice to see a long ago worst still existing to the right.

About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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25 Responses to The metacars that ate Cannington

  1. mrsstone says:

    I can’t see the smaller images. Is the vibe of this that the car is an aussie icon? Or sacred to indigenous Australians? I just don’t get it. But yeah, seriously uncool dude.


  2. Russell Wolfe's Lovechild says:

    Anyone buying a Chrysler already has an affinity for dinosaurs. Why not put a picture of one on the back?


  3. Snuff says:

    For the full meta they should have a picture of the back of the back of the …


  4. The Legend 101 says:

    Thats dirsturbing, A P.T Cruiser with that on the back.


    • The Legend 101 says:

      That is disturbing. A P.T. Cruiser with that on the back.
      That is dirt stabbing. A Perth Cruiser working on its back.


  5. Rolly says:

    PT Cruiser.
    An attempt by Yankee designers to make practical motor cars appeal to the mass market.
    Badly done and hopelessly idealistic.


  6. Pete says:

    hmm, perhaps some of this kind of thinking was behind it. Still inexcusable. This, is still cool though.


  7. JaneZ says:

    Car aside, there been a worsting of the curtain shop facade in the background? Do I remember it or is it just so shitty that I subconsciously think it would have already been done?


  8. AAron says:

    It’s a Chrysler and can’t get any worse no matter what the paint scheme is so who cares


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