A Monster ate my Fatty
Would be even better if they had gone at it with tools and carved the teeth/features, but I imagine that would have upset even more people.
Not necessarily. it bothers me in two ways, one i’ve been over so much that I’m in danger of boring myself if i repeat it again but also I think it’s just a bit crap, if it had an element of craft about it I might feel more inclined to accept it. In my mind It really is no better than a cock and balls drawn on a toilet wall, funny but nothing more.Posted 4 years agobedmakerSubscriber
Another like here.
millions of years in the making, that piece of rock, and a couple of hours for an idiot to **** it up
It’s only paint. Some rocks, even older ones, get dug up and sent to rock hell where they cruelly crush them into millions of tiny pieces then dunk them in boiling tar. Then they get run over by lorries for eternity. 🙁Posted 4 years agobelugabobMember
Generally, I don’t like Grafitti, but this doesn’t seem to upset me quite so much.
I can relate to both sides of the argument but, for me, if there was one deciding factor is that it’s right next to a road. If it was way out in the middle of nowhere (which Keighley isn’t, despite the rumours) then I’d have more reservations about it.
‘Tis a tricky subjectPosted 4 years agoyunkiMember
It’s also a shame one can’t express a contradictory opinion here without attracting personal sarcasm and insults.
sorry Grumplestiltskin.. guilty as charged
Does it help you to know that my derogatory remarks were an act of compassion from the ‘tough love’ school of thought..? 😕
For my part I won’t take offence that you have chosen to find my manner inferior to your own.. 😀Posted 4 years ago
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