Outrage Sunday 231 in the bowl

Krazy Kym encountered this in Midland. “Why have we not seen this before?” she asked. A desultory shuffle through the archives found this, which is just as excellent. IMG_9326IMG_9329IMG_9327
My associate, Mr Brick, saw this in Cottesloe. “Lamination fail,” he said. “Once you’ve laminated it makes it much harder for the enraged to interfere with the signage.” I didn’t have to root around for too long in the lamination archive. IMG_2081IMG_2083IMG_2082
Don’t stress! If public art and lamination fails are getting you grumpy, have a cocktail in Guildford! Only if you’re a Lady, but. I reckon Bethany will be there!Screen Shot 2016-01-09 at 9.26.51 am

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10 Responses to Outrage Sunday 231 in the bowl

  1. Reign of Error says:

    Standard interchangeable bowl / bowel scenario. Textbook stuff

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  2. Rolly says:

    Actually, that first pic brought to mind an old mate of mine who suffers from severe prostatitis.

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  3. Sir Bill International says:

    More excellenter Abstract indeed, Lady Kym. Ex-Curtin graduate Steve Tepper(1992), here with his “Nut Ball Titty Limits”.

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  4. Zuben says:

    Re the Steve Tepper piece ‘ trickle flow and fall ‘ : isn’t that title a plausible epigram for unsatisfactory sex ?

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  5. Rolly says:

    Was that second of the posted notes subsequent upon a paucity of the necessary arse wiping paper?

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    • rottobloggo says:

      I will ask Mr Brick.

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      • Rolly says:

        Tell him it’s no use laminating signs if there’s nothing else available to replace tramway tickets, or the moisture resistant, shiny, micro-thin stuff that used to be provided in those packets-with-a-slot (a la front door letter boxes) as an apology for good quality newsprint-squares-on-a-piece-of-string-hooked-over-a-rusty-nail that all self respecting dunnies supplied.

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        • rottobloggo says:

          Why do you think Mr Brick is part of the decision-making process at that facility? He is not – and never will be, he assured me.

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