Signs of the Times III

Welcome to another chapter in this fine series. Not that there is a shortage of wisdom around, I just don’t feel like editing out the crudely exaggerated genitalia that accompanies it.

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On a mailbox across from a school. I guess the best life lessons are learned outside the classroom.

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Proof that fortune cookies are as authentic as pro wrestling.
Well no, I take that back. Nothing is more real than wrasslin’.

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No idea to whom this was intended, but I am willing to bet that someone else saw this, and thought the person who done them wrong thunk up this creative apology placement, and forgave them.

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Written on one of the beams on the Brooklyn Bridge. 80’s references always melt my heart.

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4/5/6 station, corner of Canal & Lafayette. You need your gold card to get into this club.
It’s overpriced, hot, crowded and noisy, supposedly part of the twisted romantic vibe, because everyone wants in.

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Side Street of The South Street Seaport. And here, you thought they missed your special day!

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Filed under Day In the Life, Humor, Life, Life in NYC, New York City, Photo Blogs, Photography, Wisdom

4 responses to “Signs of the Times III

  1. I’m more amused by the Seaport one, and what happens when the bricks are separated and someone just finds the individual ones.
    Ha
    Birth

  2. I like the fortune cookie. Very useful fortune 🙂

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