Monday, June 7, 2010

glyph

(NSFW-ish)

On my way into work this morning, I found this scrawled on one of the library's back doors. I laughed, heartened to see that naughty adolescent graffiti has remained consistent throughout the centuries.

9 comments:

Alan said...

Some things never do change! :D

Weer'd Beard said...

HOG!

hehehe I LOL'd!

LPF said...

A quick drawing is one thing... but this takes commitment:
"http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&ll=38.713585,-77.377479&spn=0.002051,0.002307&t=h&z=19"

PPPP said...

It's a cannon, right? With it's carriage wheels quickly stylized?

Yeah. That's it!



Okkkaaayyy. Right.

OrangeNeck said...

That's how Austin Powers writes the "A" in his name.
http://www.goofball.com/photos/baby_Austin_Powers_Drivers_License

Jeff the Baptist said...

Who says that's adolescent graffiti at Pompei? When you have an illiterate populace, things like the "pubic triangle" become important symbols of commerce.

The Romans appear to be a very randy people. The clothing alcoves at the public baths there were reportedly labeled with mosaics depicting sex acts. Where did I leave my toga? Oh it's in Missionary Position.

Old NFO said...

Too funny :-)

sarahandmom said...

You just made learning about history a tiny bit more awesome.

dr mac said...

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, and sometimes.....