Bayswater Babylon

Is that…pikelets made into jewellery? And the rest is..? By James N. Magnificent! I can’t help thinking there’s a false bottom in that cake box.
I have a confession to mke btw. I was riding home on the bike path at Burswood Wednesday on my vintage racer, trying to keep up with some semi lycra tool, when I passed an object on the bike path. By the time I processed it, I realised it was a strap-on. Yes, a strap-on on the bike path. And I didn’t go back. Yes, even though I was half a k past it by the time I realised it, it was unacceptable not to go back.

About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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16 Responses to Bayswater Babylon

  1. stu says:

    clearly that’s just a hollow soap on the rope in the second pic yes?!


  2. orbea says:

    false bottom


  3. Shazza says:

    Not worst! Lovely shot JamesN.

    TLA your strap-on story reminds me of an instance when I found a rubber penis mold outside old parliament house in Canberra, not long after knocking back a few Crown Lager’s at teh new parliament house. It was in the days before iphones, so no pic. A cascade of bests and worsts that day.


  4. Shazza says:

    and when are you going to get an edit function dammit. My edit skills always seem so much keener after I post.


  5. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    A strap-on in Burswood is the equivalent of a hammer falling off the back of a ute anywhere else in Perth. Nothing to see here. Move along.


  6. skink says:

    aren’t vintage racers the new fixies?

    to be ridden wearing a V-next sweater and a one-shoulder bag?


  7. Snuff says:

    I was born a Dunkley Pramotor man, and I’ll …


  8. Legend 101 says:

    Wow, how did that get there?


  9. selina says:

    I saw that strap-on! – just past the Causeway. Yes, it took a few seconds to process the image and register what it was. Yes, I thought that I should stop and photograph it – I has my camera – but then I thought, how do I explain to the joggers what I am photographing and for whom I am photographing it …


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