The first few pictures are how they spell here in indy-anna.Sometimes when we see these words wrong, we're not sure anymore if they are indeed right, since we see them so much, written wrong. ; (
Those party directions are pointing to my house!! No only kidding. :)
fantastic additions to theme thursday!!! no fucking spellcheck for graffiti - but wait spellcheck wouldn't catch that wright is right or should we say write...xxxx
Do you hang around in back alleys a lot?I wonder how many extra people showed up at the party.
Have you ever left a message on a wall somewhere? I've drawn certain shapes with my handy sharpie here and there in the past. Usually it was some kind of magic I was involved in, but I've never thought to write something - a sentence or phrase - anywhere.If I did, though, I'd make sure whatever I was writing was spelled correctly!
how great . . . communication is everywhere, all around us; words and symbols are the air we breathe.
I still say nothing beats the message on the banana.
Haha - yes the banana! :O)These remind me of when I was 16 and going up the motorway to my brother's party in Northampton. Some rather 'creative' person had put new cardboard signs over a few of the real ones saying...Harvey's Party 10 milesorTake next turning for Harvey's Party etc...Naughty, butkind of nice!:O)Couldn't do that now, could you? Not without being a CCTV Star anyway.
p.s. What fantastic and neat writing 'I know I have lost' has got!x
p.p.s. Clearly, they don't just want to 'wright' on walls. They want to draw (drawer?) as well!
hahaha, you lot are funnycoffee messiah, i spose there might be some who say that just as no native speaker of english ever makes a grammatical mistake, they also never make a spelling mistake....?(sounds like a good excuse, anyway)lamalu - Really!!!! oh. :o(Kimy, i hate auto-correctionactually, ex-chammie, i do :o)Do you know i haven't, Reya. I should sometime/s...isn't it, tut-tut? and these sorts of scrawls are the kind of graffiti i like best i thinktrue, gary. I almost put that picture up here again. For those who didn't see it, here it istrac what creative family/friends you have. funny and creative. (like you)
Have you started drinking early? I only ask this, because you seem to have given up capital letters, so I figure that's because you have a glass of wine in one hand!:O)
We hope to see excellent creativity like this on campus this year! we doonna care how you spell it, Kidz,
I'm not sure I should be, but suddenly I feel totally inclined to go and wright on walls! Lovely observations, Lettuce! Very cool! :-)
I don't blame you for going back and having another look at Tessa in the mud... I go back myself and I just can't believe how much she loved that slimy smelly greasy dirty MUD! But I couldn't stop her... all I could do was laugh, I was laughing so hard I could hardly hold the camera still enough to take pics!
What struck me was how neatly "I KNOW I HAVE LOST" was written. A very thought-provoking post.
another müdwig for you, letty:http://bristolgraffiti.wordpress.com/2008/07/09/mudwig-in-shoreditch/best
Interesting... that Mudwig gets around.
no comment, trac. except that you're very observant ;o)hello Trustees. is that an invitation? Vanilla, me too!wright-oh, DD.yay yourself, liberatorwell shammie, some people pay a lot for that kind of beauty treatment...barbara, isn't it? like the careful concentration of desperation...rlb - thanks for the link! i do like to see the geographical meanderings of some of these graffitis
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