Weekend Worstoff 206

With the recent bunny rabbits on buildings controversy in mind, I shot some dolphin building decos in Dalian nth China.
Natalia Fan#1 said welcome back from China with a picture of Balcatta. Thanks mate. Just what I was missing.
HERB feels that this “mental vandalism” ad appears to be throwing aboriginal culture in the bin. Poignant. And Midland talking about mental vandalism..?
David M saw evil demon reanimator fruit in Bali. 

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21 Responses to Weekend Worstoff 206

  1. Shreiking WombatJill says:

    It‘s China. They‘re real dolphins.

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  2. Shreiking Wombat says:

    Do the right thing in Midland. Glass the cunt.

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  3. rottobloggo says:

    That Balcatta pic is awesome.
    Local is best.

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    • Snuff says:

      Agreed. Very Jeffrey Smart.

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      • RubyRuby says:

        Impressed by anti-Commodore fencing, and total absence of Cocos. The cheek by jowl approach to living unit arrangement is subtly yet practically enhanced by the vibrant lack of eaves. Balga – city of the future.

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        • Methinky says:

          Yes. Starting at the Dan Murphy’s at Fieldgate Square and bleeding in all directions – look out Hamersley, this insidious shit can crawl uphill too y’know….

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    • PeteF says:

      Surprising lack of fuck off roller shutters. Every time I pass one of these delightful developments the words of the 84 hit from the severed heads pops to mind; ‘the dead eyes opened’

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      • Snuff says:

        Edgar Lustgarten reading from Death on the Crumbles (1924), from the
        BBC Radio show Scales of Justice

        “By strange coincidence, a thunderstorm had been brewing when Mahon, doing
        his grisly work at the bungalow, was dealing with the most grisly job of
        all … the head, the woman’s head. He had severed it from the trunk, built a
        huge fire in the sitting room, placed her head upon it, then, (I owe a debt
        here to Edgar Wallace, who edited the transcript of the Mahon trial), then the
        storm broke with a violent flash of lightning and an appalling crash of
        thunder. As the head of Emily Kaye lay upon the coals, the dead eyes
        opened, and Mahon fled out to the deserted shore. When he nerved himself
        to return, the fire had done its work.”

        Yep. Lustgarten.

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        • PeteF says:

          Given the subject matter I’m not surprised there is an original transcript. Everyday’s a school day. Off to Gutenberg in search of a download.

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  4. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    What do you do with litter if you are not in Midland?

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  5. RubyRuby says:

    Rubbish Aboriginal culture now – get in early for NAIDOC week.

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