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Wednesday, March 05, 2008 


The graffiti in the bathroom at the bullring is lot funnier than it used to be.


Somebody wrote "why do people always have to get philosophical on bathroom walls" and the response he got I took for the title of this post.

That was my favourite, but there was lots of it, distinguished from most bar bathroom graffiti in that while there was profanity most of it was undergrads trying to be funnier and cleverer than each other (and either succeeding or failing in an amusing way), and not the normal raft of misogyny, racism, bad grammar and etc.

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