Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 22, 2019

When you realise your parents really REALLY let you down.

I wish mine had identified as millionaires.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 18, 2019

Actually, Miss…

That was just a drawing.

My dad still has his Maserati. And his blonde girlfriends.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 17, 2019

A religious question.

From Dodgy Perth, the go-to source for everything that’s questionable about the City on the Swan: a typical Perth building modification. This one from Market Street in Fremantle.

DP asks If it doesn’t have air con ripping a hole in a window, is it really WA heritage? – which is entirely the wrong question.

The proper question is why the Budha is using aircon at all.

Shouldn’t he just be one with the humidity?



Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 15, 2019

Just to reinforce the point…

Violet’s are Blue

Rose’s are Red

My girlfriend’s are white

And on top of her head.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 14, 2019

I’m officially anti-Valentines Day in 2019.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 13, 2019

Nothing to do with beans at bedtime.

As the Phantom comic strips used to say: For those who came in late…

The couple shamed by a Swan Valley restaurant for an alleged dine-and-dash could be behind a spree of similar thefts costing businesses thousands of dollars.

Lois Loder, the female half of the financially challenged duo, won’t be running from the table for a while at least.

Infamous dine and dasher Lois Loder has been jailed for two years for ripping off restaurants, bars, hairdressers, liquor stores and hotels across the city during a brazen crime spree.

…Loder racked up unpaid bills at businesses across the city, including hotel Quest West Perth, Ocean View Motel, 3 Sheets Restaurant and The Royal on the Waterfront.

Locomotive Luncher Lois wasn’t above the odd spot of blackmail, either.

Perth is one thief lighter today. That can’t be bad.


Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 12, 2019

He’ll be back for his mother in law next week.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 12, 2019

One of the following two statements is real.

The other one will be real in – oh, let’s say by about 3pm on Friday, if current trajectories are maintained.

Statement 1: Katy Perry shoes have been removed from sale due to insinuations of black face.

Statement 2: Katy Perry believes roads symbolise racism, with white stripes sitting on top of black surfaces.

Click here to find out which statement is already a part of the daily reality.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | February 7, 2019

He’s got a bronze badge to say he’s one of the good guys.

Revheads, film fans, and people who just plain like to dress up gathered in Central Victoria to celebrate forty years since Max Rockatansky lost everything in the roar of an engine.

Mad Max is forty years old? Okay, that means I’m…. hmmm. Never mind.


Mad Max was an international sensation. But its greatest impact was on the home audiences. Australian film, after several decades of near-death, came alive again in the 1960s and early 70s. Mostly we got period dramas – Picnic At Hanging Rock, The Getting Of Wisdom. Ladies in ankle length dresses who spoke with faux English accents. Mad Max dragged us into the future. A damn scary future, too. A time and place that called for an exceptional man… and an exceptional vehicle.

Mad Max set the scene for Mad Max 2… and if George Miller had left it there, I would have been happy. Thunderdome and Fury Road didn’t carry the same punch. Thunderdome tried to be funny… it failed. Tom Hardy tried to be Max… likewise.

But we still have Mad Max the original – raw, bleak, and unforgiving.

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