Trolley Apartheid

Are there trolley police? By WG. Innaloo.

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32 Responses to Trolley Apartheid

  1. Reign of Error says:

    Must have a chip on their shoulder

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  2. phildawson says:

    Discrimination against caterpillar mono-brows?

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  3. GivDBird says:

    Save it for the monobrow

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  4. Simon says:

    It’s because the spudshed trolleys don’t have the attachments on the wheels to hold them in place on the travelator…

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  5. you'll get wet says:

    Travelator is Latin, from the verb Travelate [pronounced like the coffee, latte] and is conjugated
    travelo travelas travelant travelamus travelatus travelant. You often hear it spoken in the better class of shopping centres like Claremont, while in Mandurah they think it refers to the movies The Travelator 2 and Travelator the Prequel

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  6. you'll get wet says:

    Did they even bother to ask the trolleys what they wanted? No. I’m tellin ya one day we’ll push them around once too often and…

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  7. amacwardle says:

    Ah…the trolleys used by the Spudshed don’t meet Australian Standard 3457b, which means the wheels are slightly larger, increasing the probability of wheel jam, metal fatigue, and operational hazard. Or it could be a plot against our Potato Hero.

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  8. skink says:

    I was told the other day by somebody in retail that Galati is the biggest vegetable grower in the state and supplies something like 60% of the veggies sold by Coles and Woolies in Perth.
    The Spudshed stores simply take the leftovers and the produce that doesn’t make supermarket grade, and the idea that he is in competition with the supermarkets is a furphy.
    Galati’s media image as a monobrow neanderthal is simply that – a marketing exercise – and the man is apparently a very canny and ruthless operator, xxxxxxxxxx

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  9. Snuff says:

    How has this not been amended by, erm … troll s ?

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  10. you'll get wet says:

    We often forget the contribution shopping trolleys have made to our popular culture. Who could forget the gay Trolley Bergere, the immortal Buddy Trolley and Little Richard’s Good Golly Miss Trolley? Then there’s our very own Once a Trolley Swagman and of course the ubiquitous Trolleywood

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  11. Dylan H. says:

    I was there today, the escalator that goes up to the room was broken – both sides were immobile, and only the left one was open to pedestrian use. They had a security guard telling people they could bring any trolleys on what was left, and that they would have to go around the long way and use the elevator. Karma?

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  12. Hot Kreemy says:

    ‘Bout the only good laugh I got from a bit of Seinfeld stand-up was when he was talking about the frustration of being on an airport travelator behind a impassable bunch of muppets who aren’t walking along as it operates.

    “IT’S NOT A RIDE!”

    Damn straight, Jerry.

    I couldn’t decide whether to put this link here or in the Cookie Monster “NOM-NOM-NOM!” discussion one post above.
    http://tinypic.com/m/io2e7q/2

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