The Mundaring Hotel has been done up. I like that they have renovated the ladies but not the men’s. I respect that. I also like the occasionally rhetorical urinal quiz. I’m not sure if I should have pixilated. Maybe being a Sik Kunt is a good thing
for these young, err Kuntz? If so, sorry Jesse Xxxxxxxxx. The bar had been redone in that awful natural edged plank, I hate. Very jarrah burl. But the place was quite pleasant. But more confusing is that we were warned to avoid the Mundaring Weir Hotel. Full of real Sik Kuntz apparently.


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12 Responses to Sik

  1. NF#1 says:

    More intrigued by possible reference to Jane Z. alongside that to “Parky Bushrangers.”


  2. juantrak says:

    If you’re going to be a kunt, you might as well be a fully sik kunt, ehh?
    P.S. – I’ve seen the Dam overflow, and it wasn’t 1922, either.


    • The allegation of “fully” was never made.


    • vegan says:

      1996 was the last occasion i believe.

      as a child i saw it many times.


    • Sir Bill International says:

      C.Y.O’Connor’s pipe dream last overflowed in 1996.


      • The whole thing is an insult to Perth. Sending our pure innocent water to those pigs.


        • orbea says:

          Sadly all the water behind Mundaring Weir has come from the Gnangara Groundwater Mound. The catchment is polluted (human and animal shit, chemicals, hydrocarbons), and with the decline in rainfall the inflow is not enough to counter yearly evaporation.
          So Water Corp pull the water from the Yarragadee formation of the Gnangara Mound. They treat it to potable standard and put it in pipes for Perth and the Goldfields Scheme. When the water is pumped up through the Helena Pipehead and into Mundaring Weir, its immediately compromised for potability.
          So it has to be treated again.
          The new water treatment plant was costed at $350million
          Should be operating by now.
          Most of the water in G&AWS is used in industrial processes for goldminers
          Fully sik


      • Plonka says:

        I seem to recall it doing it some time in the late 70’s or early 80’s too. Wonder if it will ever happen again?


  3. Plonka says:

    That last was meant to be a reply to Sir Bill, and I did hit the reply button. Oh well.


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