Lollipop Training

A wonderful worst from Cookie via Sarah D. Lollipop training in Albany.
“Sandra! did I say slow?! WELL DID I?”
Just fantastic.

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30 Responses to Lollipop Training

  1. mrsstone says:

    Brilliant pic. <3


  2. billoslatter says:

    The OH&S officers swarmed over the crime scene, somebody lost their fluoro vest and was relegated to lounging on the road making equipment.


  3. Bento says:

    There’s an Edith Cowan campus in Albany?



  4. valerie woodruffe says:

    Where are the lickers?


  5. Ljuke says:

    Ok, fair enough. I can see why you would bump me for this.


  6. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Good help is so hard to find. Just ask Gina.


  7. rottobloggo says:



  8. pete says:

    What makes you think Sandra wasn’t the one getting it right. She’s the star pupil.


  9. skink says:

    were these the muppets that were controlling the traffic at the air show the other week?


  10. Bento says:

    I note the gentlemen have all opted for the single forehand grip, whilst the ladies use the more secure double backhand option. It’s all very well and good looking ‘cool’, gentlemen, but that lollipop becomes a deadly weapon if you’re directing traffic on Marmion Avenue when the sea breeze is in. Just you remember that.


    • rottobloggo says:

      They’ll only make THAT mistake once.


      • Bento says:

        Would you believe ‘Lollipop Man’ is, without a word of a lie, a field of expertise featuring on the Bento curriculum vitae? I’m not kidding. The people in this pic also had to pass a ‘lollipop theory’ component.


      • valerie woodruffe says:

        Pass my Tweezers


    • altomic says:

      single forehand grip/double backhand option – they must have been trained by Graham “the stopper” Ralphson. The man can work magic with a stop/slow stick, or as professional Traffic Control Officers call them a “slow/stop stick”. I once saw “the stopper” stop a landing 747 in only 20 meters .


  11. The Legend 101 says:

    I’ve never seen that many lollipop men in my life!


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