Outrage Sunday 64 the toilet secrets of Mt Lawley

I expected nice pastels, the mundane:

But I walked into a brown and yellow

Confusion of a potter gone insane:

What mind devised this decor fiasco?

He staggered in to the terrible room

In red trousers and a pair of brown shoes,

Shouting: “Monochromes plus taste equals doom.

I do my best work when I’m on the booze.”

But the council, I said, with civic fear:

If they see this they’ll surely cause a stink?

“We make our own rules,” he said with a leer,

“Our Sorbent hangs from lurid bits of pink.”

I staggered away, my copy unfiled,

Toilet as torture: the worst had been tiled.

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22 Responses to Outrage Sunday 64 the toilet secrets of Mt Lawley

  1. Oh fuck. It‘s Malcolm Day‘s dunny.


  2. Snuff says:

    Again the Rinehart principle messes with the head. Create something so execrable that defacement is only an improvement.


  3. I like the tiles. The toilet roll holder not so much.


  4. Rolly says:

    Looks like a job lot of leftovers from a dozen other installations.


  5. NF#1 says:



  6. Anonymous says:

    I’m torn between commenting that I actually like it & asking whether you’ve been visiting our grand overlords place again.


  7. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    It’s like visiting every Nanna’s dunny in Perth simultaneously.


  8. janezee says:

    It’s like every rental I ever rented.


  9. mrsstone says:

    I love it. Not worst.


  10. Art décor , the art movement so beloved of our real estate overlords.


  11. Is Don. Is bad. says:

    Visually impaired chic.


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