There’s still time…

…for one of these to find its way to Santa’s sack. By Orbea. 

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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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33 Responses to There’s still time…

  1. Dave says:

    And like any good boyfriend, it’s grabbing a handful of can while she’s on the phone. With its creepy white glove. May also find its way to santa’s back and crack.


  2. shazza says:

    All we need now is for that creepy hand to be able to open jar lids and women can dispense with the male of the species altogether. Which fine establishment dispenses this wonderfully thoughtful product Orbs?


  3. Snuff says:

    Batteries included ?


  4. Rolly says:

    Back to the “Cock and Balls” theme; there’s a giant prick being erected – in bronze – in Sydney:


  5. Bento says:

    I’m told the Deluxe model includes a ‘genuine farting action’ with ‘realistic morning mongrel’, too!


  6. Grilla says:


    I was hoping they would be able to make it through an entire article without using the word ‘vibrant’, but sadly I was wrong.


    • rottobloggo says:

      Sheesh. You read 12 pars of 14, and relax, thinking it won’t be deployed – then BAM.


    • vegan says:

      and is anything being built for the locals these days, or is it all tourist attractions?


    • Bento says:

      I don’t know if Pert can handle the vibrancy of another “late night supper club”.


    • orbea says:

      The project stems from a dodgy riverbed lease that was ‘gifted’ by Charlie Court for the developer to build a replica of the Parmelia as a 1979 sesquicentenary project. What they forgot was that Brits in the 1820’s were hobbits and could walk and stand in a boat with 5ft of headroom. the boat was a wedge to get a 99year peppercorn lease
      Since then the developer has been trying to profit from the privatisation of the riverbed lease with unsubstantiated claims of subterranean oozes demanding the underlying geology is more stable in the riverbed than on the shore.
      original plans called for two storey buildings on the site~4000m2, gradually swan river trust has whittled the design down without any help from Mr Julie Bishop or she-ra, who wanted mcmansion bogan-on-swan vibrancy


  7. Hugh Jass says:

    They were flogging these on one of those scammy ‘daily deals’ sites like scoopon or groupieon the other day

    was tempted to buy one
    always wondered what it’d be like to sleep with another man


  8. The Legend 101 says:



  9. null says:

    Comes with the broomstick in the back, that comes on, after 5am


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