OK, firstly I had no idea it was a “thing” but evidently you can get zapped in playgrounds by static electricity. Who knew right? A playground in Perth has been closed due to “the high levels of static electricity it is currently giving off,”. Seems people with pacemakers or cochlear implants are most at risk . Hmm, and here I was thinking people who hate messy hair. The playground will be closed until further notice.
PSST This is why we are known as the State of Excitement!!!!
The home town of the Friggin Loon. Police are hunting down the culprits behind the motorised picnic tables.
One of the orang-utans at the Perth zoo attempted a great escape only to discover life wasn’t any better on the other side.
This is what happens in my home town every Monday morning on the way to work. Our whole city has sing-a-longs on the public transport systems because it is the happiest place in the world. OK, not really , but some clowns thought they would give it a try. Onya Perth.
When Perth has a hostage drama it goes all out. The hostage taker picks the best location (Middle of who cares) …… claims he has kabooms strapped to him……grabs a random as a hostage……..puts up a handwritten random note that no one friggin understands and picks the coldest friggin night of the year. Good job. Seems he has a beef with a report that hadn’t been released by the Crime and Corruption Commission.. Enter squat team, police, military, media, rubber neckers and national coverage. By morning the standoff had ended. That’s what happens when you fire non kill bullets at him. On the bright side everyone knows where Bunbury is.
Maximus is a regular at our local Pet Cafe . Today he discovered dog bones …..
Give the cat a bone
nom nom nom
For crying out loud Perth, have you never seen a doughnut before? Our poor State has been continually denied Krispy Kremes while the rest of the world have relished the treat. I can’t count the times I have had to squeeze numerous boxes of them in the luggage compartment of the plane when leaving Sydney for my desperate family and friends.But no more Perth, you finally have a Krispy Kreme store and not just that, you have also broken the world record for the number of Krispy doughnuts sold on the first day …. 73,2000 people, 73,200. The store had to employ over 100 staff to serve the poor depraved Perth sugar addicts.
PSST One dude camped out for three nights to be the first Krispy Kreme customer. Silly billy.