Hi vis vest vending machine, Convention Centre. I guess takings are down. Might have to reinstall that Japanese schoolgirl used undies machine again. By Harry.
Attack of the drones.
So long Boomtown. Even FIFO snacks are being made redundant.
Tattoo machine is being installed beside it next Wednesday. Only does ‘Such is Life’ and ‘Aussie Pride’ tatts in ye olde English font at the moment though. Southern cross neck tatts should be OK too once the software glitches are sorted out.
It’s a design to prevent the machine being run over by a rampant motorised sweeper driver, ya dorks!
Nuthin’ worse than a crushed shirt that’s been run over, it’s impossible to get the tyre marks out.
Does it take (old) NZ 20c pieces?
one inch washers bud
Yeah Right. Convention Centre eh? I’m surprised a photo could be snapped without ‘snapper’ being swamped and swept away by those many tens of thousands of visitors from Asia and overseas coming here to marvel at said squalid, boring as batshit structure. Perth’s answer to the ‘Opera House’. Notice those magnificent sweeping views all across the river and over and across to the acres and acres of dead brown couch grass on the southern bank. There they are… Just behind the loading docks and roller doors and forklifts and trucks and after the crap gardens and freeway spaghetti and the graffiti and the trash that connects the very city’s doorstep to its river. It all makes ‘hi vis’ look real pretty now don’t it?
Which raises the question: what’s the quintessential West Australian grass? Couch or Kikuyu? Or Mondo, the spiky one for display homes.?
Born a Kike man and will die a kike man.
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Now there’s some envibrancing in action. Must be a demonstration piece for international delegates at the VibrantWest conference.
Bet all you nay sayers and negative Nancies aren’t so bloody cocky now are you.
Nope. It isn’t even as good a carpark as the old bus station was either.
No 20c pieces. I hear it only takes an employees net weekly pay….after all this is perf, where even a lukewarm coffee cost more than the entire GDP of a small African nation.
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