Weekend Worstoff 190

Jaidyn Jaxxon describes the vibe as “postmodern” when he went to the Salvos to find some books to mutilate. Mens of course has Grisham and ladies a Danielle Steele fest, but no Justin Langer? And which side would he be on anyway.


















































Paul R brings a similar sneeriness to KMart’s homemaker clock. Dude, you are in KMart. What did you expect, a clock made of Splayds or fondue forks?



















And Tim D also noticed a postmodern vibe in this Joondalup bin. It’s all too much for me. 











Worst well.



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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31 Responses to Weekend Worstoff 190

  1. Steve Kordek is dead.


  2. Bento says:

    Men read Dan Brown? Go figure.


  3. Tony says:

    I love John Grisham books. And Michael Crichton’s.

    A Painted House is always in the op shops. I have not read it, since it is not a legal thriller, which is probably why it is in the op shops.


  4. DB says:

    But it is a ‘fork and spoon clock’, not a ‘knife and fork clock’… good one Homemaker


  5. V W says:

    I got a much loved copy from the Salvos of both Tommy’s War and Tommy’s Peace. Shaun Sewell who saved the diaries is Tommy’s guardian angel on earth. The stories are both honest and touching in their simplicity, making the ordinary quite extraordinary. Thank God for the Salvos


  6. shazza says:

    JJ, did they have a wimmins section?


  7. JaneZ says:

    Which direction does WInton swing?


  8. The Legend 101 says:

    Hate Twilight!


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