Mandurah fresh

Mandurah!?  Sure, and I’ll get my eggs from Darch, sourdough from Camillo, and wilted spinach from Jindalee while I’m at it.

Even more astonishing than a piggery in Crabtown, is a bus, in Nedlands!  The communists have won.  There’ll be iron smelters on Beaufort Street next.  This has the red hand of Cohen all over it.

By The Colour H.

Mandurah fresh

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28 Responses to Mandurah fresh

  1. rottobloggo says:

    Twelve wheels good, four wheels bad.

    Where do you get your samphire from, punk?


  2. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Is that a bus billboard or a billboard bus? Mmmmm … bacon.


  3. Bill O'Slatter says:

    Do not overtake overturning burning vehicle. Crazy , insane driver at wheel. The Great Bussolini warns.


  4. JJ says:

    I’ve been out of town. Hadn’t realised we’d started Soylenting those trogs! At last!


  5. Misspent_yoof says:

    “Fresh from Mandurah” isn’t exactly the sort of tagline to attract sales… more reminiscent of hoodies who’ve just got off the train and haven’t stolen anything or glassed anyone yet.

    “Fresh from Mandurah” with a photo of an HSV Commode sticking out of someone’s lounge room window might be more apt.


  6. skink says:

    isn’t it rather the point that smallgoods are NOT fresh?
    They have been preserved, pickled, smoked and cured and then hung for a very long time to ensure that they are not as perishable as fresh meat.

    perhaps they should have used ‘well hung, from Mandurah’
    although that might draw attention to the youth suicide rate in the town


  7. skink says:

    Stephen Smith just retired from politics
    let’s start badgering Lannie McT to stand for the seat of Perth.


  8. BSWAM says:

    What stands out for one less familiar with Mandurah is the fact that the bacon is supposed to be “surprisingly Australian.”


    • B.T. says:

      In WA that means “not some carcinogenic meat by-product imported from China that is putting our local hog farmers out of business”. Unsurprisingly parochial.


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