Outrage Sunday 64 Ziggurat of Les

The Les Hansman Community Centre (sometimes called the Great Ziggurat of Les) (Noongar: mambooro karoondah, meaning “place of meeting vibrancy”) is a jaw-dropping multi-purpose facility and was completed in the time of the Court Dynasty the First. The structure will never fall into ruination.

As Adrian de la Touche wrote:

‘Progress! Morley! Names immortal in bronze,

The terror of the first glimpse of Ur-Les,

As hordes pay homage with their jam and scones.’

Perfection. Remember, the Ziggurat of Les is but one piece in a temple complex that serves as an administrative centre for the city, and which is a shrine of the Goon God, the sworn enemy of the Small Ba’al Bars.

Troops from the Western Suburbs Division tried to breach the ziggurat walls yesterday – they wanted badminton nets – but were repulsed.

For relief one ventures to the nearby souks – here we see the Alley of Sharon.

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14 Responses to Outrage Sunday 64 Ziggurat of Les

  1. vegan says:

    have you been back to coventry square markets dfoc?

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  2. mrsstone says:

    You didn’t steal the sign for me?

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  3. The Legend 101 says:

    What’s so good about Street Signs?

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  4. James N says:

    Passed by le Ziggurat literally yesterday and thought what a great Worst it would make. I had a very traumatic experience with a Red Cross resuscitation dummy in there as a child, which – much to my consternation – I ascribed for years to the carpark/Rivers store one block over. I still have a phobia of mannequins.

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  5. NF#1 says:

    Great stuff DC. You’ve reminded me that the interior design of Coventry Markets probably deserves a thorough worsting in its own right. Exhibit A: wall-mounted plaster mouldings as seen above.

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