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I DIDN'T BELIEVE IN REINCARNATION THE LAST TIME EITHER

 

 

 

NISHED AS A PEWT 

AVOID FALLING HAIR. STEP TO ONE SIDE.

 

I WAS AN ATHEIST UNTIL I REALISED I WAS GOD A BIRD IN THE HAND DOES IT ON YOUR WRIST  KEEP BRITAIN TIDY. STAY IN BED.

I AM THEREFORE I THINK. IS THIS PUTTING DESCARTES BEFORE THE HORSE?

IF NOBODY LOVES YOU WHEN YOU'RE DOWN AND OUT, DOES THIS MEAN THAT THEY DO WHEN YOU'RE UP AND IN?

 

PLEASE DON'T THROW CIGARETTE BUTTS ON THE FLOOR. THE COCKROACHES ARE GETTING CANCER.

 

EVERYTHING BEGINS WITH E GUCCI GUCCI GOO SPEECH IMPEDIMENTS WULE OK

 

HUMMINGBIRDS HAVE FORGOTTEN THE WORDS

 

SMOKING STUNTS YOUR GROWTH. I HAVEN'T GOT A GROWTH! MY KARMA HAS JUST RUN OVER MY DOGMA

 

COMMUNITY DANCING RULES OK KOK

 

 

Graffiti nuisances.

Shocking behaviour, wouldn't you say? All this writing on walls. Give it an Italian name and that makes it all right, I suppose? Ah well. The folly of the young. Where do they come up with these notions? To escape to another place, pick and click a graffito (or several of the blighters if you like) from the dreadful scrawls above. 

And stop staring at the wall! Signing off

Yours in puzzlement, - C Duggan-Smith esq WMC

Bite - To copy another writer's style.
Bomb - Prolific painting or marking with ink.
Bone out - to leave (eg. "Cops!! Bone Out").
Buff - Any means employed by the Transit Authority to remove graffiti from trains.
Burn - To beat the competition.
Burner - A well done wildstyle window down whole car; a burner is a winner.
Cap, fat or skinny - Interchangeable spray-can nozzles fitted to can to vary width of spray.
Crew - Loosely organized group of writers, also known as a clique.
Def - Really good (derived from "death").
Ding Dong - Relatively new stainless-steel type of subway car, so named for the bell that rings just before the doors close.
Down - In, part of the group or action (e.g. "He's down with us.")
Fade - To blend colors.
Flat - Older slab-sided type of subway car; the most suitable surface for painting.
Getting Up - Successfully hitting a train.
Going over - One writer covering another writer's name with his own.
Hit - To tag up any surface with paint or ink.
House - To steal.
Ill - really cool or the state of silliness (eg. "Yo, it's time to get ill").
Kill - To hit or bomb excessively.
King - The best with the most.
Lay-up - A siding where trains are parked overnight and on weekends.
Married couple - Two cars permanently attached, identified by their consecutive numbers.
Panel piece - A painting below the windows and between the doors of a subway car.
Piece - A painting, short for masterpiece.
Piece book - A writer's sketchbook.
Rack - To steal.
Ridgy - Subway car with corrugated, stainless-steel sides, unsuitable for graffiti.
Spank - To steal.
Straight - to emphasize or exclamate (eg. "That shorty is straight ill").
Tag - A writer's signature with marker or spray paint.
Taggin up - Writing signature with marker or spray paint.
Throw-up - A name painted quickly with one layer of spray paint and an outline.
Top-to-bottom - A piece which extends from the top of the car to the bottom.
Toy - Inexperienced or incompetent writer.
Up - Describes a writer whose work appears regularly on the trains.
Wak - Substandard or incorrect (derived from "out of whack").
Wildstyle - A complicated construction of interlocking letters.
Window-down - A piece done below the windows.
Word - an affirmation.
Writer - Practitioner of the art of graffiti.

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