So this is second hand Norman sauce? Hasn’t been sold for at least a decade. Does this type of thing really go up in value over time?  And are the alpacas on stage every hour throwing a leg over and spitting at the audience? Is it the same for llamas? I note that Stu has left post vibrant Perth for the degenerate, nay cunctatious but oddly previbrant East. I know Daylesford is famously full of cunts, but this sems a little outré even for there.

About AHC McDonald

Comedian, artist, photographer and critic. From 2007 to 2017 ran the culture and satire site The Worst of Perth
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31 Responses to Legacy

  1. Rong1 says:

    Greg Norman AND the pasta sauce are both beyond their use-by date


  2. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Better to get Greg Norman pasta sauce than Tiger Wood’s mayo.

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  3. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Looks like Great White Shark pasta sauce would have been a better investment than my Channel 9 limited edition cricket memorabilia. Oh well, live and learn.


  4. Dame Shazza says:

    $8 – 12. Price negotiable.


  5. you'll get wet says:

    At least Norman’s still tradable. You wouldn’t want to be stuck with a cupboard full of Rolf Harris specials.

    The Alpacas are standing on a cricket bat. Not bad for three legs.


  6. Bento says:

    May cause choking.


  7. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Does the alpaca place have any videos?


  8. you'll get wet says:

    Greg the golfer bottled a recipe of special bottled basil what a bottler of special bottled basil Greg the golfer bottled


  9. Shreiking Wombat Ninja says:

    OT, but I see that DFOC’s stinking up the Grove Library again.


  10. Stu says:

    I was wondering though if once the Alpacas are no longer young and frisky, are they sent next door to the Char-grilled Chicken place? Does Alpaca taste like chicken? I wonder if it would go well in a basil and tomato sauce pasta? I should have enquired.


  11. you'll get wet says:

    Stu. Elderly alpacas are in fact retired to Cable Beach. It’s an initiative of the WA Tourism Commission, which apparently got the idea from reading about ‘stoop labour’ in the 19th century Qld canefields and thought it may be useful for promoting Broome to Asian tourists, alpacas and Asians being closer to the ground than camels and Caucasians etc and so forth. Apart from visiting old Asian cemeteries, listening to interactive history recordings about Asians who died of the bends and Asians who dropped bombs, there’s not a lot to attract Asian tourists to Broome. Alpacas will hopefully change that. Another great win for Colinomics.


    • Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

      Sneakers and the ALP better go back to the drawing board after the NSW election. It seems simply not being the government isn’t working any more.


  12. JaneZ says:

    Royal Winton… Sir Tim?


  13. El Guisto says:

    I love the little acknowledged educational aspect of TWOP…I seriously believed Alpaca Passion was a house of ‘ill repute’ prior to reading this. Live and learn I guess.


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