Thursday, July 31, 2008

Marks the spot

I really, really love these signs which have appeared around the traps:

Newtown Square

Near W. N. Bull on King Street

Near Istanbul on King

Victoria Park

I wish I could find more.

Every single square inch of King Street could be plastered with these, with everyone's personal significant moments memorialised.

Amongst mine would be the little patch of footpath on Gladstone Street, where the courage for a goodnight kiss was scuppered by an unexpected, and ill-timed fart. Or the perilous stretch near our old house on Simmons Street populated by verandah-sitting neighbours either alcoholic, long-winded or abusive, which, unless stealthily avoided, always resulted in a memorable earful of some description. And that wide gravelly verge on Wilford Street where we ran hand-in-hand and with arms flung wide, just for being so happy.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Lost toys

These signs are popping up all over King Street:

What's that all about then, eh?

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Road rage

On Bailey Street, they're perfectly reasonable, asking for just one day of driveway use:

But on Alton Lane, they take being reasonable to new heights:

While on Mary Street, they take a firmer stand:

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Free Tibet



Seen on Lennox Street.