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Lots Of Love

1 May

Someone clearly needed to write a quick memo to remind themselves of the meaning of this ubiquitous acronym and I think we can admire the almost Chaucerian spelling. It may, for all we know, have been the former Prime Minister, Mr Cameron, who thought LOL meant Lots of Love, no seriously he did …
May Day brings a new theme: “Laugh” to the City Daily Photo folk why not go on over there and crack your face…
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It’s been yonks …

2 Jan

… since I posted anything.

The new year sees Hull and all things Hully still much the same. Be assured you haven’t missed anything.

Only God can judge us…

26 Sep

…or so says this somewhat philosophical Polish graffiti near Barmston Drain. It makes a change from the psychedelic colour splashes found further along, it’s just possible the empty cider can may have played some part in inspiring this message.

Window Pain

6 Sep

I guess an eatery by the name of Roosters Plaice (sic) might not be to everyone’s taste and so it came to pass that the business closed several years ago. Since when it’s been empty and, as is the style in these parts, it has attracted the attention of those who think creation comes through destruction. I heard of plans for a gym for this building on Princes Avenue but that was some time ago and it’s still empty.

4 Octavia X

16 May

Now I maintain this is meant to be a dog but Margot insists it’s feline and looks a lot like our dear departed old cat Lulu (a ginger tom and a lot better looking than this old brute). Whatever it is it’s on a wall on Beverley Road near Kingston Youth Centre. I hope Octavia was impressed.

#Shakespeare400

23 Apr

In England, on this St George’s Day, down the leafy lanes of Cottingham it  is heartening to find the Bard’s innovative use of language is still finding a voice among the oppressed youth. Innit Blud! (as they often say in these parts)

Dante woz ‘ere

12 Apr

Being the city of culture has obviously brought out the more literary minded graffiti types. This apt warning is on the site of the Department for Work and Pensions medical centre on Stanley Street.