A national icon

A national icon

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idwia said: A quote from my friend's friend (Tumblr user benjaminthecoathanger), who lives in Belgium: "Still not over the fact that you guys have a member of Australian wildlife for prime minister"

This is fantastic.

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weareindangerofcrashing said: Hey, do you follow the tag 'theabbottchronicles'?

I do indeed.

Anonymous said: I hate to be a pain but is it possible to tag these abbot photoshops of him as genuine monsters, as "horror" or "body horror" or something? Thanks, I don't want to be a pain or over-sensitive or anything so I understand if you don't want to, I just thought I would ask on case you would.

Sure thing! Asking me to tag things is not a very troublesome task for me so I am happy to oblige. I figured they’d be disturbing to people but wasn’t sure what to tag them as so just left it blank. Will go back and tag them all “horror” and “disturbing” now and will endeavour to use these tags in the future! Happy blogging.

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curlycomrade:

Thankyou to theabbotchronicles for letting me use this story for this comic. Tone Abet, Lizard minister, evil overlord, may god have mercy on us all.

curlycomrade:

Thankyou to theabbotchronicles for letting me use this story for this comic. Tone Abet, Lizard minister, evil overlord, may god have mercy on us all.

With the repeal of the Carbon tax, the Abbott government gives up any pretense that it isn’t paid off by the mining industry as Senator Ian MacDonald helpfully illustrates 

With the repeal of the Carbon tax, the Abbott government gives up any pretense that it isn’t paid off by the mining industry as Senator Ian MacDonald helpfully illustrates 

The Mouth of Murdoch

The Mouth of Murdoch

I would love it if Tony Abbott himself/a member of the Greens/Labor saw this blog. It would make my day… especially if they tweeted about Tony Abbott sans eyes. That’d be fantastic.