Bunnings go ape


#141

and …THIS^


#142

If you can’t taste the sausage through the bun then quite frankly, your taste buds are rooted.


#143

Not only do you boobs not know how to do a sausage in a bun, what’s the bet you eat them sideways as well?


#144

You do get that Bunnings sausages are for charity, right Diggers?
Hot dog buns are two bucks for six.


#145

No wonder you’re tripping over on onions. Probably tried to eat it upside down.


#146

We ran a Bunnings style hotdog stall recently. Cost per hotdog was .39c, bun, sausage, condiment and onions included. Sold @$3 each.


#147

Quality!!


#148

Try putting a sausage on a piece of stale bread over here and you’d get your bbq toppled over.


#149

Buns are for hotdogs you western australian heathen.

Sausages are housed in fresh, soft, white bread.


#150

Punters thought so. None of that stale white bread business you lot are accustomed too.


#151

$3!

Still ripping off the punters with the “mining boom” myth…


#152

Why does he keep saying stale??

Fake news?


#153

Not if you know what you’re doing they’re not.


#154

Good value at $3. Could have changed more.


#155

Stale and white.


#156

You’re weird.


#157

Lol. We could call the a “Diggers”

stale and white


#158

If you like what the West Australians do so much, why don’t you buy a membership to the Eagles and go to all of their games, to keep you busy instead of posting in here :smile:


#159

That’s as nice you could possibly put it too.


#160

Not sure how you all managed to deviate from what is right and good but it’s not too late to get your act together. Remember, some nincompoop lost his onions over there, not here because we know how to construct a sausage in a bun.