28 Feb 2007

For an intriguing time call…

This graffiti is fleeting huan contact / both of us lost, but for a moment we're lost together. / I wonder who you are.


  • Ms. Wakame
    March 12, 2007 Reply

    Now that’s what I’m talking about!

  • Cait
    March 12, 2007 Reply

    My husband used to make it a point to visit the restrooms of different buildings on the college campus when he was at university. He liked checking out the graffiti. I can’t remember which building it was, but in one stall he went to, there was some writing at an odd cant down towards the bottom of the stall divider. Naturally, he was curious, so he leaned over and turned his head to read it. It said “If you can read this, you’re shitting at a 45 degree angle.”

  • Ms. Wakame
    March 1, 2007 Reply

    HAHAHAHAHAH! I dare you. And write it in the girls.

  • nathan
    March 1, 2007 Reply

    That’s weird, the other day my horriscope read:

    “Someone close to you will believe some mumbo jumbo whoreascope. Murder them.

    Or, if you don’t like to murder, make a sandwich.”

    I don’t have any bread so I’m not sure what to do…

    Also, I’d love to read something like that in the bathroom. The saddest state of the human collective comes from graffiti…whether it’s the derivative plageurism graffiti artists throw over top of eachother every day or drunk guys writing “fuck!” in the bathroom, it’s all so saddening.

    The best graffiti I’ve ever seen said something like “If you’re reading this, we’ve both wasted our time.”

    Not really, but I should probably write that somewhere.

  • Nykki
    March 1, 2007 Reply

    Man I had the most depressing horoscope today. It read :

    “If you are dreaming about continuing your education or fantasizing about going on a long journey, you might have to stop long enough to get a serious reality check. Expanding your horizons could be quite beneficial, but you’re not going to be able to make it happen unless you pay attention to your current circumstances. If you demonstrate your reliability to your friends and coworkers, they will help you with your future plans.”

    Good thing I don’t really pay attention to the stars.

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