The Eagle of Love

Three seperate people sent me this. Misspent Yoof was, I think the first. It seems to have struck a chord. I prefer lions myself, but each to theirs. I don’t mind it. Maybe.



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Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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33 Responses to The Eagle of Love

  1. Plonka says:

    No way! I took photos of that house too! But they were so bad that I didn’t send them in. It is a truely magnificent example of poor taste, that house. Last time I went down that road every second house (it seemed) was for sale. I wonder if it’s because the eagles are bringing down the tone of the area? The only things missing from that place are the registered lawn sign, cocos palms and a box tree to drop it’s nuts on the path. Then it would be perfect.


  2. JaneZ says:

    I like the registered garden. And the driveway of the Target store next door.


  3. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    A 1970s era Morley Drive stone lion would eat this eagle for breakfast. Where are the clouds? Where are the trees?


  4. juantrak says:

    With that level of poor taste, crassness and self-glorification, it surely has to be a Hancock family member residence?
    Of course, one has to recognise that with the “money-oozing-from-every-orifice” set, the eagles represent that regularly glorious day – the day the eagle shits.


  5. The pheasants of the peasants from Mt Pleasant ……..


  6. GivDBird says:

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I wonder


  7. orbea says:

    These birds of prey are transfixed by each other, locked in adoration, envy and lust, yet not wishing to break their vigil. Archetype Mt Pleasant behaviour


  8. you'll get wet says:

    Who said Hancock residence? Imagine the conversation within. ‘What did you do in the war daddy?’ ‘Well child that’s how daddy got rich with asbestos, blue gold, when we were kids we used to chew it like baccy…’,


  9. Plonka says:

    Umm, Hancock….. Iron ore, and unless they have a medium, he ain’t saying much.


  10. RubyRuby says:

    Link fail. Take 2

    You missed his juvenilia, Plonka. 10-year-old Lang found asbestos at Wittenoom Gorge before the iron ore days.


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