Wednesday, August 13

wordless wednesday: linky edition

Words! I keep using WORDS! But wanted to share my love of graffiti so I thought I'd do a Wordless Wednesday post. Found this while riding the rails as a hobo with my sidekick Gigi last week. She's my littlest hobo - though she's not a dog, she does love solving mysteries in under 22 minutes.


And like I needed to be writing at another blog, but I am because I love this blog like it's my non-existent attic full of jewels and treasures. Oh yes it is. It's also filled with lovely bloggers which may be illegal to lock in a non-existent attic but I don't care because I'm salivating all over their stuff (which sounds scary and once again vaguely sexual but it's not so don't call the virtual police please). Go for the fur, stay for the Ducky.

Last but not least, new review up over at motherbumper's lab: Bob the Builder: Can-Do Zoo computer game for preschoolers.

9 comments:

soleil said...

Interesting picture!

SciFi Dad said...

What's the tag supposed to say?

crazymumma said...

I love graffitti.

motherbumper said...

scifi- I think it said Benzo but I couldn't get close enough to figure it out.

lildb said...

SO damn happy you're a member of the marauding gang of vintage avengers. too bad that takes so long to say/write. it'd look wicked cool on a header.

we need matching (thrifted) satin jackets with piping.

Kyla said...

Graffiti is so beautiful, I think.

Kat said...

I love graffiti too. I think I should say I like artistic graffiti and not random spray paint tags. Those are kinda ugly. True graffiti is so beautiful and expressive.

Chag said...

It's funny. The other day I watched a train pass by and I swear there wasn't a single car that hadn't been tagged. Wonder if there are any pristine boxcars left in the world?

I love graffiti.

Shonda Little said...

Living in such a rural part the country, I don't get to see graffitti often. But, when the trains come in, they are also decorated. Not only do I like it, but my 4-year-old is totally intrigued with it as well.
Great post!