Freo moles

I thought the place had been gentrified out of all recognition. Good to see some of the basics haven’t changed. From Teh West. freomoles

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20 Responses to Freo moles

  1. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Clink nightclub special investigation?


  2. Orbea says:

    I thought Freo was a mole free zone when Tarantellas shut its doors


  3. rottobloggo says:

    I was worried after posting this that mole was not the term of unendearment it used to be.
    However a young person has assured me it is.
    But she said she read the headline and thought it referred to insiders leaking information.


  4. Bento says:

    Outrage! The moles’ accessibility is the main contributor to their popularity.


  5. GivDBird says:

    might have to try the skanky northbridge ones


  6. you'll get wet says:

    Moles R Us. When I took my crew, just down from the Gulf, out on the town in old Freo we followed the cooks, they knew the spots. To Tarantellas where prawnboat molls show their inner hippy, if you couldn’t get a root there then back to the Nade, get pissed and go back to the boat. Tying up in Port Essington with 20 boats for a rage was always better than Freo. King of the wowsers though goes to Wilson Tuckey who installed a bloody great pulsating red noise monitor on the ceiling of his Port Hotel’s back bar [not black bar, they had one too, or crowbar which he also had] in Carnarvon, so if by chance a band came to play he could shut down anyone under 30 and send them off to the riverbed with a flagon. WA was better at sea, believe me.


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