Oh what a piece of work is man
I love his works, especially what he does on box cars and anything stationary on the bad part of town.
At first I thought that was a vending machine that said "Wish me peace."I really shouldn't try to blog outside in the sun.
Ha ha! Did you do that?
Judging by the spelling, it was one of my students.
I could use that thought and apply it to the back of my car...you think people would act upon it?
The artist was very nice. No profanity or anything. A dirty car is an amazing canvas for an artist.
Haha, Nessa. The Bard of the Bigrig.
I hope they did that as a joke! One of my pet peeves is reader boards/signs with words spelled incorrectly. (Now that I've pompously announced that - I'll probably be leaving misspellings all over the net!) Karma, ya know?
Logo: Variety is the spice of the human race.Grunty: Urban art is free.Diesel: Yours is funnier.Chikky Baby: Yes, my fine cartoonist art done between people dropping in unannounced to my office.Quilly: The English language is always growing.Minka: There’s always hope someone will take pity.Egan: It’s always nice when a comic can make a clean joke.Doug: What better way to reach their audience?I drove behind this truck on the way to work and it tickled me all day for some reason. The “c” just makes me chuckle.
Jackie: Sorry we crossed in posting. I am a horrible speller, but quite snobby about spelling.