Pig

As always, parking the breakfast is a privilege not a right. At least it doesn’t say “We got ourselves a Chinee.” I’m wondering though, if they don’t wipe their arse, are they really the type to be using hand cleaner? Maybe there’s two pigs, one excessively dirty, one obsessively clean. And if they ban them from the toilets, won’t that lead to  ordure of the cubicle? False economy. And as always, the laminator looks worse than the rest of them. By an associate of Lucky Star. I forgot to get one at my work recently. There was a piece of broken fridge shelf on the lunchroom table with a printed sign saying, “Who did this? Please own up!”          The fuck? 

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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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22 Responses to Pig

  1. How do they know it’s a pig? Why not an aardvark?

    These are the women’s toilets, right?

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  2. …or I’m guessing it could be from Adelaide. Pie floaters.

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  3. Bento says:

    This person is totally running a stakeout. LS – of you go to the bog and notice a mid-80s American car with a slightly haggard looking guy drinking coffee, be sure to use the brush.

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  4. Rolly says:

    Presumably it is in the mens’ toilet.
    Probably, then, the pig is, in fact, a sow who doesn’t want her colleagues to find out just how lacking she is in respect to her toilet training.

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  5. Laminart Crime and Punishment series. The crime is only hinted, and here the delicate should avert their eyes. did it involve simultaneous somersaults and defecation ?

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  6. forkboy says:

    Pollywaffle floats
    Down sacred yellow river
    The pig lays silent.

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  7. dudecloverdale says:

    washing your hands means you have to touch the taps, so you get more germs than if you walked out.

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  8. The Legend 101 says:

    Public toilets are discusting!

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  9. Russell Woolfe's Lovechild says:

    Surely random dingleberry inspections could solve this problem?

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