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Adrian Gattenhof, Mullumbimby.

Thanks, Cr Jan Hackett, for the acknowledgment that the artless phallus is a right cock-up. The question now is: What to do with the damn thing? A solution is at hand. Auction it online as a “collector’s item” – the unique, never-to-be-repeated Byron folly: buy now before it’s too late! A must-have for the discerning collector! Now only $100,000! Don’t be a dick and miss out! Its value can only tumesce! Like a coin struck with Phil the Greek’s head, upside down with one of his renowned drolleries scribing the circumference, in place of Her Royal Britannic Majesty. And if all else fails, well, it must have some scrap value.

Leaving it in place to mock the taste of our community is not an option.


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