This garden was drawn perfectly.
Photo courtesy of Cathy Noyes.
Found in a park in Japan.
i.e. No Kids Allowed
But this sign is full of scribbles!
This area does not DRAW much of a crowd
Playing Win, Lose, or Draw is not allowed in this park
Scrabble with permission of Shinzo Abe.
I will not read this sign – it is scribbled.
Oh, and I just wanted to add:
1. Take the child
2. Beware of the missing foot
I’ll captioning then.
And no hullabaloo either
The grass doesn’t like it
Also, keep your doodle away from this sign!
Yu rite, yu rong.
It’s in a park, so it’s OK to park there?
I hate these calligraphy snob parks.
Why the park forbids Pictionary: Dumb-art-on Oaks.
The moving finger writes; and, having writ, flips off the park rangers.
And don’t even think about watching American Graffiti.
It’s mostly to address the problem of public urination during the winter.
May I scribble over THERE, then? Great! Thanks!
I can think of a lot of places that would want that sign on their walls.
The scribbling on the wall.
In my best Hebrew: Mene mene tekel eupharsim.
At eye level in Japanese: “Ok, this one doesnt count, alright no scribbling starting…Now!”
They weren’t happy when I scribbled “OK I won’t” on the sign.