Wonky Eye

This split level eyed woman on the Beaufort Arrondissement has annoyed me for years. Always want to get out and lower the top one. Maybe why I never quite join the Beaufort Street Network. 



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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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11 Responses to Wonky Eye

  1. GivDBird says:

    Wow. So much worst in one place.

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  2. juantrak says:

    You obviously missed Art class to play truant.
    That is one of Picasso’s finest, previously-unknown works.
    It was during the time he was unrecognised, and working as a struggling, illustrative advertising man.
    This was one of his earliest efforts, quite a while before he painted “Portrait de Dora Maar “.
    The instant that shop owner finds out the unknown work is a Picasso, he’ll be demolishing the shop, to recover it, and auction it at Sothebys. It’ll bring 50 times the current value of the shop.

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  3. Scanners says:

    Your eyes would go like that if you had a snort of some of the “whitest white”.

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  4. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    You know you are looking at real art when the eyes follow you down Beaufort Street.

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  5. Bento says:

    Every single person in the world has known someone nicknamed either Bung-Eye or Stinky. Fact.

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  6. Snuff says:

    Wonky eye for the white guy.

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  7. you'll get wet says:

    I knew a Wall-Eye. Wall-Eye Laurie was called that to distinguish him for Little Laurie who worked on the same camp, til he got the sack. Except that if you actually called him Wall-Eye you risked getting reefed.

    I also knew a whole boatload of Nobbys, all called that for the same reason, give or take an inch, I guess. Try saying ‘Hey Nobby’ and 20 guys turn round. Like saying ‘Up Rover’ in a Pound.

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