The Embleton Triangle 

What? This is on my street. Today. Am I a warlord now? Will I need a jungle laboratory in Kalamunda? Which, would increase the rateable value of the town, but even so. And I’m on the respectable side of Embleton!  Fuck knows what they are doing the other side of Collier Rd! Boiling down children into a smokable resin no doubt. Do I call the police? The CIA? 

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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16 Responses to The Embleton Triangle 

  1. rottobloggo says:

    Did you just poppy over for a cup of sugar?


  2. Hutch says:

    I’ve seen similar plants in Amelia street balcatta – no where near the mayors garden of course.


  3. Sir Bill International says:

    The quality of the opium from papaver somniferum gets progressively better up to the third lancing .


  4. Rong1 says:

    Medicinal purposes


  5. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    On the plus side it will lower the risk of meth lab explosions and fires.


  6. GivDBird says:

    We need a gallery of Commodores with missing filler caps.


  7. Perineum says:

    Relax. Bayswater has never signed extradition laws with any other jurisdiction. Nobody would ever hand you over.


  8. rottobloggo says:

    After dinner I sat and waited for Outrage in my room over teh Arrondisement; he had said, ‘I’ll be with you at latest by ten,’ and when midnight struck I couldn’t stay quiet any longer and went down into the street. A lot of hipsters in tartan trousers were crapping on the landing: it was February and I suppose too hot for them in one of the neighbourhood’s 28 cheese shops. One Commodore driver drove slowly by towards a bedroom and I could see lamps burning where they had disembarked the new American wall murals. There was no sign of Outrage anywhere in the long street.

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  9. Zuben says:

    But is the yield enough for a good hit ?

    I see P somniferum ( distinctive pale purple flowers ) growing around Subiaco too … a very attractive garden subject .


  10. cheapfame says:

    Finally the Afghan refugees share farming techniques.


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